I mean let's say if you could be right 80% or more of the time but your risk/reward ratio would be like 4:1. In other words, you'd be risking $4 to make $1. Anybody have an idea how you would manage the trades?

i dont get it. So lets say: 80% or 4 out of 5 times you make $1 = $4 20% or 1 out of 5 times you lose = $4 this doesn't have positive expectancy.

Why not? Just trade a 1/4 your account size and keep the rest in cash and thereby deleverage the strategy.

Eventually at that rate $4 =$1, you will end up negative. You have 8 winners ina row at $1 each and two losses at $4 each = $0. then you have commission and time....A osing proposition

Ah. I assumed he'd be posting a strategy with positive expectancy - otherwise what's the point of event wondering about this strategy.