## Account Tab

• Added “Total Account Invested” to monitor how much of my total account balance is invested.
• Added “Total Account In Cash” to monitor how much of my total account balance is in cash.
• Added “Risk/Reward Ratio”. This tells me the current ratio based on realized gains.
• Added “Win/Loss Ratio”. This tells me the current ratio based on realized gains.
• Added “Breakeven Win %”. This tells me the minimum percentage of wins I need to breakeven based on the current risk/reward ratio.
• “Risk/Reward Ratio” is what risk/reward ratio I’m trying to achieve. Also, on the “Open Positions” and “Closed Positions” tab, whenever the R factor reaches that goal, the cell will highlight green to indicate it’s been achieved.
• “Breakeven Win %” shows what minimum percentage wins need to be maintained to breakeven if the risk/reward goal is achieved. This is important to know because it takes the stress of having to maintain a very high winning percentage to stay profitable. If I can achieve and maintain a 3:1 risk/reward ratio, I will only need a 25%-win rate to breakeven.
• Back Stop is how much to raise my back stop each time 1R is achieved.

## Strategies Tab

• Changed “Expectancy” to “Expectancy Ratio”. They sound the same but are two different formulas. The expectancy ratio is a relationship between the risk/reward ratio and the win/loss ratio. Those 2 ratios are the focus of this trade book, so the expectancy ratio is a better formula to track. It means that for every loss you can expect to make the loss x expected ratio in gains. Any ratio greater than 0 is one that is profitable, but the more above zero the better.
• Add “Risk/Reward Ratio” and “Win/Loss Ratio” to each strategy because of their importance is measuring good strategies and to get the expectancy ratio.
• Added the “Breakeven Win %” to see what minimum winning percentage I need to maintain to breakeven on a strategy based on its current risk/reward ratio.
• Added a new column for a 4th strategy in case I decide to test another one in the future.