My own thoughts on your situation have absolutely nothing to do with IZSS or APEX and everything to do with the gray matter between your ears.
One of the cardinal rules of trading that applies no matter what market or instrument you trade is this: Never trade with scared money. In other words, don't trade with money you can't afford to lose. Trading is an inherently risky business, and anyone who tells you otherwise is trying to sell you a pipe dream. I see:
To me, that is a textbook indicator of scared money. Far be it from me to tell you what to do, but if you're in a situation where you have to go live and be profitable within a couple of weeks of even seeing the APEX systems in order to keep trading, you might want to reevaluate your priorities.
One other comment you made jumped out at me:
No, I would not. Markets don't work like that. If they did, they wouldn't exist for long. If you listen to any financial advertisement, they all include a statement (usually recited at triple-speed) saying that past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Each moment in time is an independent event, and the fact that it worked the last time or the last four times is meaningless when trying to decide if it will happen again.
The purpose of a trading system is not to predict the future. It's to find and exploit an edge in a manner that tilts the risk-reward equation in your favor. Judging from the screenshot in the first post (a tiny sample to be sure), I would say that the system did very well in exploiting an edge in the timeframe shown, going 4-1. The fact (and reason) that you only took the last trade is not relevant. The market doesn't care. The market is not an ATM, and every time I hear Jim Cramer's radio ad that says they have a system where small stocks can be tapped like an ATM for repeated profit, I want to reach through the radio and strangle him. Even with a good system, you will lose money. Sometimes you will lose a lot of money. You have to have enough capital to withstand the drawdowns. Even great traders with solid systems can lose a lot of trades in a row. No real equity curve trends smoothly upward all the time.
I'm pretty sure it's not a coincidence that Darrell's S1 is Sanity and S2 is Stewardship, and that System doesn't come until S10. Without having a handle on your mind and your money, no system will ever work for you. In the end I'm just a guy with an opinion, but these are things that I struggled with and only learned by blowing up accounts. Do yourself a favor and get your Sanity and Stewardship straight. You'll give yourself a much better chance of Success.