It’s easy. The development of the trading strategy is a constantly ongoing process in the first place. I always try to tweak my strategy if possible.
Of course I don’t touch some of the fundamental tools like the indicators that are integral for it.
But I for sure get something new from the price movements of the particular assets no doubt about that. Hence my strategy changes accordingly bit by bit.
A trader who doesn’t change anything in the trading process is a bad trader.
I review and adapt my strategies on a weekly or monthly basis, triggered by changes in market conditions, performance analysis, shifts in risk tolerance, new information, and evolving goals. I try to stay flexible while adhering to a well-defined strategy since I perceive it as a key to long-term success
last of each months i will check all of my trades and check the % of profit or loss
in that time i usually spend some time to check what was reason for loss
i do not really think of changing that all but based on the losses i make small changes to my trading system and the reason is clear because i designed that plan based on my needs and attitude so change it all can cause problems