I am new to this forum as a poster but have been a long time browser. In the past 3 months I have been manually using a trading system that has returned 100% on investment. This is a small account and really nothing to brag about due to high risk trading.
My issue lies with the fact that I am a middle class hard working 60 hour a week sole provider for my family and this leaves me with MINIMAL screen time to trade my system. I've looked into creating an EA for myself but my programming skills are bare bones at best. I looked into the EA wizard on MT5 but none of the preset indicators are used in my trading system.
The other problem is that I would like the system to run on multiple symbols at once, hopefully up to 8. Other things I need are for my system are algorithms that determine if the spread is too high, which direction the market came from to hit a price point, the ability to place trades based on account size and percentage of account total, as well as a bunch of other tricky items that are well beyond my abilities to have an EA perform for me.
So I'm looking for help. My trading capital is small and therefore I am not in the business of paying thousands for an EA that may or may not trade my system as well as I can and therefore may not be profitable without tweaking. And tweaking for me is impossible with my lack of knowledge.
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