I would have thought the set files would have adjusted the Envy settings to generate an equal risk level and ROI for each funding level. I noticed some of the setting did alter when I went from my initial $500 to $1,000. I seems as the funding increases, the entry Lots stays the same but the increased Lots used for loss recovery do increase, which makes sense as the increased funding generates more HeadRoom.
Envy Trading must be running more aggressive settings. Maybe the old Ultra settings? How do you think they increased risk? It still opens with 0.01 Lot trades. Anyway I have asked TE why Envy Trading is delivering a higher ROI than Envy Long/Short.
I'll plot how it trades and compare that to Envy Long/Short. IE, the rate it increases the Lot sizes when the market is moving against it.
100% ROI in March. I'm impressed. You much be VERY happy. You are running standard Envy set files?