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[quote] Help a dumb new guy... how does one "turn off the automation"?[/quote] well... stop the EA... but you will increase the risk!!! last week sphantom close the trades in break even, which was a good decision, if you stop the EA you will not receive these safe close signals... and you can be in big trouble!!!
I agree don't break whats not broken :)
here too, exactly 10pips. which mean that the trade was closed by its local TP and not from the sPhantom close signal. does this mean that the EA on the sPhantom side close the trade later??? or we have been lucky and our trades were in better position than the sPhantom signal one.
[quote]therichonedemo1 posted: My trade closed at 7.8 pips while the official account closed at 10.1 pips. Did anyone get something similar?[/quote] whats your spread?
[quote]jsintl posted: [quote]profitrobot posted: 8% Profit Weekly , Start Hands Free Trading Today Regards Profit Empire Robot[/quote] How much is this robot?[/quote] 100$ per month
another point for the TS idea... because the trade copier will close the trade when the source account close them, if they do the trailing stop but close at pips like today, the copier will close the trades! no matter the TS is in place or not... or you also want to disable any close signal from sPhantom.... but they say they'll manually close the trades in case of a problem in the trend. (and before the 200 pips SL...) :) not easy
[quote]dhiraj posted: Yes, the risk is very high. I like to have reward/risk ratio more than 2.[/quote] why everybody want to change a working EA? if they cant provide a higher RR, then its correct, they do back test etc... and identify that trying to get more is too risky and will not provide good results. currently I never saw an EA with a RR of which works for long periods. but if somebody has one, please give me the EA name :)
[quote]husar2003 posted: If there is human interfearing, a backtest is not possible[/quote] well they still use an EA they don't manually open the trades. they stop the EA or may close trade manually, but still an ea which can be back tested.
[quote]GPzz posted: @sPhantom : can you explain your choice to open a trade right before important news? Also the way it has been handled is different from other times, the second trade wasn't 1.5 times the first size and this made all of us get the first (slight) loss from you guys. Obviously I am not complaining about this tiny loss or asking you to unveil your winning strategy in general, but the way you traded yesterday is the reason of many concerns about your next trades. An explanation of what really happened would be very welcome. On my Hotforex account both of the trades have been cl......
[quote]Anubis posted: I had a loss, but not the sPhantom EA's fault. I was using a trailing stop EA that couldn't handle the two negative trades together. Needless to say, I have removed the stoploss EA. [/quote] always a bad idea to interfere with an EA.
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