# How you can profit as a trader with ONLY a 16% win rate

# What if I told you that…

# You don’t need a high win rate to succeed.

# And yet every group you go to profess an 80% to 90% win rate.

# These are scammers that are to be avoided by all means.

# And there are a few reasons for this…

# First, they are probably basing their results on ONLY their short term winning streak.

# Second, they are not taking into account their losses.

# Third, they are just making it up to attract ignorant traders to buy a course or follow their Telegram.

# Well, I’m here to bust the myth and show you…

# Why you don’t need a high win rate to profit as a trader.

# Introducing…

# The Minimum Win Rate Formula

# The Minimum Win rate formula will tell you exactly the minimum win rate

you’ll need with your trading system, to keep your portfolio in the positive.

# REMINDER:

# A win rate is simply a percentage of the sum of your winning trades divided by the no. of total trades you’ve taken.

# e.g. 6 winners ÷ 10 trades = 60% W/R

# The beauty about this formula is you’ll need nothing more than your risk to reward ratio to calculate the minimum win rate you’ll need.

# The formula is as follows.

The Minimum Win/rate Formula

# 1 ÷ (1 + R:R)

If you choose a Risk to Reward of 1:1, you’ll risk R1 for every R1 you gain.

# Your stop loss and entry level will be at the same distance between your take profit and your entry level.

# See below…

# So let’s plug the Risk:Reward of 1 into the Minimum Win rate formula.

# Minimum Win rate = 1 ÷ (1+ R:R)

= 1 ÷ (1+ 1)

= 50%

This means, with a R:R of 1:1, you’ll need at least a 50% win/rate to keep your portfolio at break even.

**Please note:** These calculations have excluded trading costs for simplicity purposes.

**When the Risk to Reward is 1:2**

# Now, what if we pumped up the R:R of say 1:2.

# This means for every R1 you risk you’ll expect to gain R2 for every trade.

Now we’ll be able to calculate what win rate we’ll need to profit as a trader.

# Here’s the Win Rate Expectancy curve again with a R:R of 1:2:

# So let’s plug the Risk:Reward of 1:2 into the Minimum Win rate formula.

# Minimum Win rate = 1 ÷ (1+ R:R)

= 1 ÷ (1+ 2)

= 33%

# This means, with a R:R of 1:2, you’ll need at least a 33% win/rate to keep your portfolio at break even.

# So if you have a 40% win rate with a Risk to Reward of 1:2, you know you’re bound to be profitable.

**How you can profit with a 16.66% win rate**

# = 1 ÷ (1 + R:R)

= 1 ÷ (1 + 5)

= 16.66%

# What the above curve states is this…

# If you have a Risk to Reward of 1:5, even with a 16.66% win rate, you will be profitable as a trader (excluding costs).

# And if your win rate is 30% or higher with a 1:5, you pretty much know inevitably you’ll grow your account in the long run…

I hope this has been a major lesson today on why the Win rate is not as important as the Risk to Reward…

# Don’t fall for the scams out there and see for yourself how a trading system, strategy or mentor has performed before you act!

**What about the MATI Trader System’s win rate?**

# OK with my system, over the last 20 years (with a Risk to Reward of 1:1.5 to 1:2) it’s shown an overall win rate of 62.5%.

# So even if the win rate dropped to 50% or even 40%, I know it will be profitable in the medium to long run.

# And that’s why, I have so many Premium Members who are following me with this journey to success and are profiting the right way without any false promises…

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