All that matters is the trade expectation characteristics on the current setup or open position. If a trade is a slam dunk, then it should be traded identically, regardless of the prior path of your equity curve, whether you are on a 10 trade winning or losing streak etc. Getting 2:1 odds on a fair coin flip demands identical bet size, regardless of how many heads or tails came previously, whether you won or lost before. The only way that a prior run can influence size rationally is when a bad losing streak calls into question the whole viability of a strategy. You may then think you have a good setup but in fact the market has changed and your setup sucks. But to conclude this, you must have a pretty long losing streak. The typical "push your winning streaks" trader sizes up to the max after a handful of winners, and cuts back after a handful (3 or 4 maybe) losers. This is totally irrational as 2, 3, 4 winners or losers in a row says nothing at all that would lead you to believe a setup has degraded or improved meaningfully. Your equity curve displays almost no useful information about whether the current setup facing you is one that should be bet big, normal, small, or nothing at all. Size based on the current trade expectation from the current market price, and ignore any considerations that don't directly impact that assessment.