Expectancy is definitely positive, but it differs from different currency pairs to different instruments and different years. I guess in the end a huge part of it depends on "luck", after you've done and control what you can, the rest is for the market to decide. For example, if a trending strategy coupled with a good year of volatility and trends would produce more money, compared to a year with low volatility and sideways. As time passes, it feels like win rate is almost an insignificant stat. Just focus on good RR and probability trades as well as discipline, then that's all you can do. Am I right?