Based on past trading, an average number of simultaneously opened trades at a time has been 4. In very few cases we had 8 trades running at the same time. With every trade we risk 3% of the current balance, thus the maximum risk is 24%. It is very important to understand that the 3% risk is applied to the latest balance, rather than to the original balance. For example, if a trader starts with $10,000, the risk per trade will be 3% of 10k. At some point, when the 50% profit has been reached, the 3% risk will be calculated based on $15,000, providing a compounded profit.