Okay, I think I see what you mean. So here's what happened for the current open trades for this EA account. I'll try to break it down for you. Please let me know if you still have question on it.
First trade was short (sell) at 108.313 and his initial lot size was .13
Since priced continued to move in the direction of the short trade (profitable) by 20 pips from 108.313 to 108.103 (take the last digit off for pips vs points) it triggered a 2nd trade
Second trade was another short after the 20 pips movement from the last order (1.3 (original order) x 1.3 (lot multiplier) = 1.69 rounded to 1.7). So second order was at 108.103 for a lot size of 1.7.
The price continued to move in a profitable direction (and had still not hit the floating take profit so another trade triggered). After another 20 pips movement in the profitable direction, it took the 3rd short order at 107.901. Again, if you subtract 108.103 minus 107.901 you get 202 points, take off one digit and you get 20 pips rounded to the nearest pip. This trade was the 1.7 lot size x 1.3 (lot multiplier) = .22 for the 3rd short trade.
Now the tricky part. He still hadn't hit the floating take profit so the trade stayed open. However, instead of continuing in the profitable direction, the price movement went against him and is currently (as of this message) is at 109.825. Since the price went up instead of down (short), he's currently in the red on this trade. In order for the next trade to take place, price must again drop and reach about 107.701 to trigger then next trend trade in profit.
The reason the EA does this is because of the setting 'Reverse Mode' and 'Trend Mode' are active, it forces the EA in TrendSurfer strategy to only take trade in the profitable direction, each time it reaches the next pip step.
If you look at the Retrace strategies, they instead will take additional trades as the price moves against you, trying to catch price movement when it again moves in your favor.
Kind of a lengthy explanation, but hope this clears it up for everyone. 😁
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