The base core of Professional Breakout Trading System is the market model Volatility Breakout, it opens and closes trades within one daily session. It captures large daily movements in the short-term trend direction that is determined by a built-in Trend Filter.
Professional Breakout Trading System implements an intraday mechanical strategy that targets high volatile and explosive moves on EURUSD; the most traded currency pair as more than 25% of the daily Forex turnover is made by this pair beside that it has the tightest spread, the best market fills and the lowest slippage.
The strategy is very simple and not complicated with many bundled trading rules. Simple systems can't by over fit, so no chart with many fancy indicators with long names is included. Simplicity is much better for long-term trading success.
The more time a system shows a profit and good performance on backtesting, the more likely is to be successful and profitable in the future. As this guarantees that the traded pair which is EURUSD here, has gone through lots of different market conditions like trending and non trending cycles, volatile and quiet market and so on. A solid system must pass all these market tests profiting before it is engaged for real trading.
The system's inputs have been changed alternatively a lot while testing and developing to find out if it will be still profitable or not. A real good market pattern by which a mechanical system has been created, should be still profitable with different settings. If the system's inputs changes deteriorated the equity curve, then this is just a classic example of curve-fitted strategy which won't be profitable in real world trading. 220% of the Professional Breakout Trading System strategy's inputs were changed by the developer while coding the system with very good looking equity curves.
In conclusion, you should consider that Professional Breakout Trading System trades are very infrequent and could be just 1.34 trades on average per week. So jumping in and out every few hours won't be seen on an account managed by it. It just waits for its time passively, then confidently enters into the market.