Maybe you should continue testing by focusing on the worst performance. If you find a consistently bad performance, then you can use trade copier software with reverse function and trade the opposite on live account.
That could work, but given the chaotic results (too many different trades across brokers), there was almost nothing to count on.
How would you know if the EA is consistently losing, so you can apply the reverse strategy? It's probably interesting to play with that, just not for me now. I refunded the EA, and moved on to testing strategies with more consistent behavior across different brokers.
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