Thanks again for sharing your data. Please don't take the following queries and observations the wrong way but I would like to understand things a little more.
Is this EA a commercial or freely distributed one?
For the Marty component, when some trigger in the 1st position occurs, it opens a 1st pending order -30 pips away. Another trigger may also cause it to open a 2nd pending order -60 pips away.(as evidenced by the Limit orders not activating) And so on with the subsequent positions being 30 pips less each time.
On two occasions, the 1st position went down to at least -210 pips for the 7th Martingale position to open. Calculating all 1st-6th position losses till then works out to be $8,001.00.
For the 1st date, the account balance up to that point was around $13,365.04. That makes it a drawdown of 59.8%.
On the 2nd date, the balance was around $15,022.50, making a drawdown of 53.3%.
Weren't you monitoring your account when those events happened? One spanned 90 hours, the other 100.
I notice that the lot size was reduced from 0.03 to 0.01 after the 2nd massive drawdown event(03.29.2010 14:41). Was this done automatically by the EA?
I took a more detailed look and notice that the trade durations are also rather long.
Average trade duration across all is 22 hr 12 min.
75 trades were less than 5 hours, averaging 2 hr 4 min.
152 trades were between 5 and 60 hours, averaging 17 hr 27 min.
36 trades were greater than 60 hours, averaging 84 hr 14 min.
I see now that its main strategy is not robust, as the Martingale component triggers frequently.
Whatever the case, even at 0.01 lots. All it takes is for the trade to go against you -270 pips and you'll blow your account. It already went down -210 twice in March alone. Your main strategy needs work.