The net results of taking too many risks and breaking trading rules is that you lose money rather than make it.
But even if you have a high percentage of winning trades, having a small trading account means you can only make small profits.
The trouble with this is, that one big loss can wipe out all of your small winnings.
When you can't make the kinds of profits that could offer you an independent lifestyle that's full of freedom and choice, you become less happy and less satisfied.
Unfortunately, this means not being able to live the lifestyle you want.
What's even more frustrating is seeing other traders get the sorts of profitable results that you want for yourself and always wondering "Why not me?", "Why can't I seem to make money trading?".
If you're nearing retirement age and you can't increase your trading profits, you'll have to accept a lower quality of lifestyle in order to get by. This means living with the uncertainty and stress of low savings and increasing prices.
But perhaps, you're younger and just want increased profits so you can pay off all your debt or save for your children's future education and independence.
Maybe, you're just sick of work and want more freedom to travel, relax, play and enjoy life.
If only you had more money to trade and more confidence to trade that money...
If only you could make more profits on a larger trading account so you could free yourself from the uncertainty of retirement or the continuous grind of ... WORK!