Magixs, it's good to see your EA survived it. From the statistics, I assume you have a grid type EA? If so, it surprises me that a grid EA survived it.
Hey, yes, many of the EA's are running grid type strategies, not at all standard grids, direction of the trend, and averages out if it gets it wrong, again with the trend direction. Much more on them at DonnaForex.
Thanks for the link but it makes me nervous anytime I see a performance with the equity line (below) the balance line. It seems too risky for anything long-term.
As well, you can adjust the risk to much less if equity fluctuations make you nervous, and or just run with the amount of DD you are prepared to have as the total balance.
If you have 10,000 and only want to have 30% DD use just 3,000 on a cent account and let it run, that way you will not breach your 30%DD and you can use the other 7,000 for a 'safer EA' or a high interest savings account.
Just my thoughts, everything comes with risk, nothing is guaranteed. As far as a bank can become insolvent.
Don't base any decisions off of me.
Have a good weekend all. :)