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  1. #51
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    quote Hi Lesse, Ok, understand you don't need to give away your algo - yet here is a question I think you can reply without giving anything away. Does your EA have some protection built in for potential margin call? Is there anything that will halt the EA from putting trades once the margin gets too low? Thus far the performance is excellent the margin level has been quite low - free. I only wonder if your EA has some safety factors built in for Black Swan type events - such as when the market really...
    EA has #8216;Money Protection Function#8217;#65288;MPF#65289;
    it'd close all orders when floating profit over 30 percent of your balance. (e.g. $5000*30%=-1500)
    I'll plan to reveal it in placing window next upgrade version.




  2. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote EA has 'Money Protection Function'#65288;MPF#65289; it would shut all orders when floating profit over 30% of your balance. (e.g. $5000*30%=-1500) I'll plan to reveal it in placing window next update version. picture picture
    Awesome - excellent thought! May I recommend that you incorporate this as a user friendly setting - example, user can set it at whatever % ... 5, 10, 20, 30 etc.. . Thx

  3. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote EA has 'Money Protection Function'#65288;MPF#65289; it'd close all orders when floating profit over 30% of your balance. (e.g. $5000*30%=-1500) I'll plan to show it in placing window next upgrade version. image image
    Was thinking of another thing that may maximize the profit a little. Perhaps the TP level of the transactions could be set in line with this ADR (average daily range) of every pair rather than random. Also, you could set the grid exactly the manner. This way the grid and the TP would be dynamic according to every pair.

  4. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Amazing - excellent thought! May I recommend that you add this as a user definable setting - instance, user could set it in any one % ... 5, 10, 20, 30 etc.. . Thx
    YES.
    Trader can select 'True or False' to use this function and alter any number( percent) from EA settings.

  5. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Was thinking of another thing that may optimize the profit a little. Perhaps the TP degree of these transactions could be set according to this ADR (average daily range) of every pair instead of arbitrary. You can set the grid the manner. This way the TP and the grid would be dynamic according to every pair.
    What about your testing account profit?
    Use more brokers(ECN) to see outcome as much as you can.

  6. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote What about your testing account profit? Use more brokers(ECN) to see result as much as you can.
    Okay, very good.

    Evaluation is going well - you can check it https://forexintuitive.com/discussio...3-trading.html

    Think about my hints seeing dynamic TP and dynamic grid using ADR.... Believe it'd be a Great addition

    BTW - my presentation is Pepperstone That's ECN

  7. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Ok, very good. Evaluation is going well - you can check it https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...g-journal.html Think about my suggestions seeing dynamic TP and lively grid utilizing ADR.... Believe it would be a fantastic improvement BTW - my demo is Pepperstone with is ECN
    Profit already $12k
    Congratulations!

    Utilize low disperse and less commission ECN account.
    ICMarkets and Tickmill commission are 4 per lot.

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