No, actually, I can't, it was certainly a long time ago. I know this seems impossible to people who don't know how and when I trade.Mr Charts, please don't go to any effort but can you recall when your last red day was?
Not having losing days is a reflection of several factors, of which these are just a couple.
I usually get good gains in the first half hour and that tends to set me up for the day. I use about eleven different set ups as well as the one in this thread and they tend to trigger in different market situations. If I find that I have a couple of consecutive losers in a day I tend to become much more of a cautious and defensive trader as those losers tend to show moves are becoming less reliable.
I also use position sizing so the greater the unpredictability the more conservatively I trade or I simply stand aside until conditions improve on the day.
I've been trading for a living since 2000 and part time before that so I tend to know what I'm doing. One of the things that experience results in is that any mistakes I make are infrequent, though they still happen. Obviously trading is a probability business and although the future cannot be predicted with any certainty you have to understand how to keep probability strongly in your favour by doing the right thing at the right time. This involves strict mental self control. Some say pro traders don't feel emotion, but that's easy if it's someone else's money they are trading. If it's your own that's different.
Personally I still feel emotion even after all these years, and that might be a weakness on my part, BUT I have trained myself to ignore my emotions whilst trading, so it's not a problem.