The automated calculation matrix of possibilities works with trades at market execution and different pending orders (including counter-trades) at different weights for the same fx-pairs' baskets. The trading methodology provides very nice opportunities to maximise profitability, and/or to keep safe our equity at times of enhanced (or falter-check ups/downs of the fx rate). I've been testing it for some time...
My ideas divide technical/fundamental analysis as a first step for our decision making.
Then, at step 2, comes my trading methodology, that may make extra benefits from our correct moves, but may also correct and bring profits from our erroneous ones
It is not about being clever. I just try to ask myself questions, and I try to be patient and I take the time to look for the answers. Sometimes I find them in philosophy, sometimes in psychology, sometimes in mathematics and etc. Important is that you know what you are looking for. Because the answer to your problems could be in front of you, but you may miss it. And sometimes, we may have excellent skills in mathematics and in technical analysis, but we may not be able to apply them for our benefit.
Now I have developed a methodology. But this doesn't mean that I will be always successful. I also need to learn how to apply that methodology for the best. It's something like developing a time-machine. You've done it, the machine is working. But still you have to learn how to operate that time machine, to see how it speeds up, how it moves forward and backwards, what could be the risks, and how you should behave when you are driving it on the highway!!
I am not more clever than anyone else. I am sure that everyone of us may experiment and develop such "time-machines". Important is to take the time, and take care of your homework tasks applying logical reasoning, creating thinking, and always checking up what you'll get as a result from the application of your scientific algorithms. Science isn't that much complicated!!
Sometimes science starts in the garden, where a falling apple (Newton) may start up a science school in physics about gravity... :-)
Thank you and cheers!