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Proper trailing stop for MT4 ?

Biedrs kopš Oct 07, 2011  2 ieraksti fulltilt Oct 07 2011 at 21:39
Does anyone know if an EA exists for MT4 to do 'proper' trailing stops ?

By 'proper' I mean that each order can have it's own, individual trailing stop.

Any information or links would be great.

Cheers :)


Biedrs kopš Oct 11, 2011  1 ieraksti beto21_cwb Oct 12 2011 at 19:58


Biedrs kopš Oct 07, 2011  2 ieraksti fulltilt Oct 13 2011 at 02:59

   beto21_cwb posted:
   I´d suggest you to use our best friend Google to look up for that...

Here are a few links I found in less than 5 min just Googling...

Yep, I did actually Google before posting here, and read most of the pages and information as well. But I didn't find any that allowed individual trailing stops on each order, which is why I posted here.

My assumption is that I can't be the first MT4 user that wants to do this, but in a few hours of trawling through Google results I'm yet to find something that fits my needs.

Oh well, 16 reads and 1 reply in almost a week ... I'll continue my search ...

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