Hello everybody, here is a queston I'm asking myself: Since the exit point defines our profit/loss, it is of a critical importance how we exit. How it is beter for a trader to exit the trades. I'll describe two possible strategies: -Stratery A: we define "easy" target - relatively close to the entry level. For example profit to be equal to the risk. It is expected to get high sicess rate (60-70%); Strategy B: We just let the profit run and defive remote targets. In this case the secess rate may be less that 50% (35-50%) and the average profit may be larger that twise the initial risk. Mixture between the two strategies is also possible, of course, combining the featuses of them. My questions is: which of the two strategies is more profitable and which one is more easy to trade? Many profetionals may say that we have to let the profit run, but I think that Strategy A also deserves its attention. What do you think???