Hi fellow traders, I have improved from a risk:reward of 10:1 with indicators to 3:1 with supply & demand price action over the past year. The thing is, when I even try to do 1:1, let alone higher reward than risk, the price movement easily touches my stoploss. I understand that higher reward:risk equals lower probability of winning, but I have done many hours of backtest and getting a positive expectancy seems very difficult unless the majority of trades have a perfect entry close to the reversal points. But in reality, with confirmation (candlestick/psychological) and slippage, you're often already a few pips away from the perfect entry point by the time the trade is executed. Whereas with limit order presets, it is not guaranteed for a fill (happens to me almost daily). I know that the majority of teaching materials/youtube tutorials cherry pick charts that can show a risk:reward of 1:5 or more to impress beginners so that they can upsell more courses/books. So I am curious to know if you personally can get a higher reward to risk on a consistent basis and if you can share some pointers on your setup such as timeframes, trades per day, order type, and how you are able to achieve that higher reward to risk.