Just curious as to what some others use as their expected/goals for a win/loss ratio when trading options. Understood that the better you are (more experienced ) you may expect a higher ratio. I've heard claims of pros hitting low 90% winning percentage...I find that hard to believe, but not unbelievable. Is 70% realistic, 65? 50? I have several approaches mapped out as of now....specifically I am favoring a strategy where I am looking for an average winning trade to bring +45% and an average losing trade @ -88%. With those expectations I would need approximately a 66.2% winning ratio to B/E. I wont get into details of the above strategy, but it is arranged to target a 60-70% winning ratio (the allowance of 88% loss is somewhat inflated as a cushion). Thoughts?