I just read an interview with Al Brooks, a very successful trader. He lost money for the first 10 years he traded. He learned the hard way that the only way to make money in trading is to stop listening to other peoples' advice and experiment until you find your own way. "You can’t learn to trade the same way you buy a TV set." Brooks also recommends not focusing so much on the risk-reward ratio but the focus should be on probability. His insights have made him a billionaire.... Any thoughts?