What does it mean?

Basically, the expectancy shows the average value, or expected profit, of a single trade. The higher, the better your trading system usually is – however, some distinctions must be made here. A negative expectancy means that the trading system is not profitable.

 

Related: 

  1. How to use the Reward:Risk ratio
  2. 8 metrics every trader must know

 

Do you need some help interpreting the values? Take a look here:

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