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 Member Since Aug 14, 2012  6 posts CuriousFX Aug 29 2012 at 12:19 Hi Wakeel, can you explain what do you mean 0.1 (nano) per \$200? That is a big jump from 0.01 to 0.1 - an increase of basefactor 10x. ?Curious to see how this performs. Member Since Oct 23, 2010  131 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Aug 29 2012 at 12:48 (edited Aug 29 2012 at 12:49 ) In a cents acct, 0.01 means 1 picolot, and 0.1 means 1 nanolot. So if the developer started with a base lot of 0.01 for a balance of approx \$5, it's equivalent to me using a base lot of 0.4 for \$200. But in this case, i reduced mine from 0.4 to 0.1 which is one-forth the initial crazy risk Member Since Oct 23, 2010  131 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Aug 29 2012 at 18:44 sorry fellaz, guess i'm tempted to up my risk again, wanna play with the newly introduced parameters a little Member Since Aug 14, 2012  6 posts CuriousFX Aug 30 2012 at 06:03 Thanks Wakeel. Member Since Jul 03, 2012  1 posts scalperstu Aug 30 2012 at 09:50 WakeelI good tactic to employ could be is as follows:when DD reaches 25% then set all pairs to 'FreezeAfterTakeProfitPairs'if it does go further to 40% then set pairs to ' CloseAtBreakEvenPairs'Any thoughts ? Member Since Oct 23, 2010  131 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Aug 30 2012 at 10:27 scalperstu posted:WakeelI good tactic to employ could be is as follows:when DD reaches 25% then set all pairs to 'FreezeAfterTakeProfitPairs'if it does go further to 40% then set pairs to ' CloseAtBreakEvenPairs'Any thoughts ?Sure that's a nice one, i also liked the developer's idea of freeze after TP when a pairs level reaches 9 & also when total open trades reaches 40 Member Since Feb 08, 2011  1 posts pb2010 Sep 01 2012 at 05:23 sorry being not so experimented as you guys, but how to set rules like 'when DD reaches 25% then set FreezeAfterTakeProfitPairs'' is that manual changes or using a script ? Member Since Oct 23, 2010  131 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Sep 05 2012 at 14:46 so nice and sweet watching your balance grow with a minimised DD Member Since Feb 09, 2011  270 posts crashev Sep 08 2012 at 07:13 It seems You will have hard time surviving current draw down ? Better to lose an oportunity than a money Member Since Oct 23, 2010  131 posts Abdulwakeel (wakeel) Sep 08 2012 at 10:43 crashev posted:It seems You will have hard time surviving current draw down ?Sure, just hope a retrace occurs upon market open for EJ, cos that's the pair with the increased risk. If you're in those DDs too, i guess my recommended risk should be doing fine for you
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