Hi, Most traders like to look for positive risk/reward (actually reward/risk right?) Meaning for every $1 risk you make $2, $3 whatever.. My question is on winning system say 80%+ winners do they risk twice as much as they win (actual expectancy would still be positive) to give the trade "room the breathe" etc. I am a low % trader (around 30-45%) so I was wondering why these hi probability systems see. Meaning, when they are 80% right, what is the reward versus risk. If you were getting reward/risk even close to 1:1 you should get ridiculous returns (assuming you can find the trade often enough). Just curious. Thanks.