I disagree with the philosophy of stopping spends.
I'm not talking about Aquafootball, just the theory in general.
It's simple: If you trade with $1,000, wouldn't you strive to reap the returns of $10,000 someday instead, and then continue on further towards $1,000,000 etc.?
If you're hesitant about the responsibilty of handling large sums, then that's another scenario altogether.
In Aquafootball's case it's understandable, because it's a program based on winning wagers to generate returns. A few bad bets can become nerve wracking pretty quickly.
But my point is you can't apply this (stop spends) to every program, each program has it's own way of doing business.