a lot has change it seems, MO can you give me a link to current idea where i can start?
It is very different to how you remember it.
The most important part is understanding how to use a risk-box:
A 'risk-box' is the total amount of money that is set aside to reach a profit target & it is divided into 8 parts called 'lines': if your total risk is $80 then each line is $10 no matter how wide that line is.
The width of a line is a multiple of 0.4(HATR) and each line size is assigned a time-frame to make it easier to visualize when and how they are used.
If you see bars spread out over 4 lines, as you do in the attached picture, then you cannot use that line size: if you are in a trade and bars spread out over 4 lines then you can simply reduce your size by 50% and place one of the lines on your last transaction price.
It is vitally important that you can see your money on a chart because you are always thinking about what you have and how best to utilize it.
The default risk level is 2 lines but there are a number of more aggressive entry strategies that we'll get to later.
Lines are recorded to 3 decimal places so if you make $47.53 and your line value is $12 then you've made 3.960 lines (that will come to $47.52 and that's ok).
A risk-box can only contain 8 lines so the 3.960 lines of profit must be spread across those 8 lines: $12(11.960/8) = 8 lines of $17.94 or 8(17.94/17) = 8.442 lines of $17.
It is common practice to restore 1 line after losing a trade:
8.442 lines of $17, you lose $30 or 1.765 lines, 8.442 - 1.765 = 6.677, $17(6.677/7.677) = 7.677 lines of $14.78 or 8.107 lines of $14.
As the lines of your risk-box dwindle you can reduce the size of your risk-box to promote growth so instead of 8.107 lines of $14 you could have
$14(8.107/7) or 7.093 lines of $16 with additional lines increasing your size by 8/7
If your eyes have glazed over then now is the time to go trade HOLO or whatever else; without mastery over the risk-box you can't make use of anything that I show you.