I plan on setting up an account shortly and have done some analysis based on strategies that will fit my investment potential. Any feedback would be appreciated. Iâve selected three strategies that I will run a demo for a little bit this month. I based these strategies off the following criteria: Max Drawdown Naturally I donât want to get into a trade with a very high drawdown and also must consider multiplying this number by two or three since this could change in the future. Number Of Positions While the guide offered suggestions, I prefer to be very conservative with this at first and really wonât consider strategies that open more than 3 positions at once. Number Of Trades I only considered strategies that had more than 50 trades over the last year. This was based off of the help guideâs suggestions. They even encouraged looking at systems that had more than 90 trades to be on the safe side. Profit In Pips I measured this over the year, the last three months as well as this month since the market has been volatile lately. I wouldnât want to get into a system that did well as the market was trending but is now suffering (assuming the system used that type of criteria). Range or Trending Component Some websites had more information than others so I might need to do some more research on this. The first strategy I looked at was Izakalabâs strategy for AUD/JPY. Most of the data can be found on the program so I donât plan on repeating it here except for the fact that it is a trend trading strategy. It has had a maximum drawdown of 604 pips so just to run this strategy comfortably, I will need to consider having around $1200 or so dedicated to it. This has gone down over the last three months but as mentioned, I would like to keep it conservative. The system has made 1338 pips over the year so the risk reward ratio is positive. The second strategy I looked at was Quants VIP strategy for NZD/USD. I decided to look at this one since it had nothing to do with AUD/JPY. It has had a max drawdown of 205 pips over the year so this strategy would require a smaller capital investment than the Izakalab strategy. It has made 1198 pips over the last year so it has an even better risk/reward ratio than the Izakalab strategy. The one thing I couldnât find out was what type of market this strategy trades, so I emailed Quants about it. The final strategy I looked at was Technofinanzas strategy on EUR/USD. While this pair is not correlated to AUD/JPY I might be making double the bet by running it along with the Quants strategy. It has had a maximum drawdown of 342 pips over the past year but made around 792. Once again this strategy is more appealing than the Izakalab strategy. There was little to find on their website, which looked very amateur. So I will probably take my chances in this regard. After considering this analysis, I will probably run the Quants and Technofinanzas strategies for the moment and put $2000 in my account. This is still quite conservative since I would have well over triple the funds in the account to cover the draw downs.