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Her reward/risk is 1.28  i'd consider that pretty low, so i consider it possible if she is skilled in exploiting this particular setup
The rate at which compounding impacts net wealth is a function of risk/reward and time in addition to win rate.

Hmm. Let's think about that. Everytime she makes a win, she sinply increases her position size by the same percentage (basic compounding). Same risk every trade, yet the position size gets bigger as the account size grows.
Again, a risk/reward ratio of 1.28 with a 93% return.
So she takes a $10K account and places 100 trades risking $100 each trade (1% risk very low). 93 of those trades she makes $128, yet 7 trades she loses $100.
Her account grows to $21,204.
She then places places 100 trades risking $200 each trade (less than 1% risk very low). 93 of those trades she makes $256, yet 7 trades she loses $200. (1% risk very low). She is then up to $43,612
She then places places 100 trades risking $400 each trade (Less that 1% risk very low). 93 of those trades she makes $512, yet 7 trades she loses $400. She is then up to $88,428
Notice she is more than doubling her money every 100 trades. A little bit over 2000 trades, and she surpasses Carlos Slim as the richest person in the world, and that is at less than 1% risk. NO ONE GETS CONSISTANT 93% WIN RATE!
Math never lies only people do
Cheers
Tek