I am thinking that maybe is not good to use trailling in FGB trades. This is definitely going to alter its long term performance and backtest results. You may lock 20-30 pips and the trades hit the trail sl and wont go negative but you may lose 300... The bot is not a scalper anyway...this may work only if its trades profit always at the begining...
Yeah...the 2nd photo is the final result - 'history' screenshot it is. profit = 13 + 12 +10
In the comment column = FGB [sl]
Means it is closed with 'stop lost'.
Thank you for your reply, LivenFX. Well, 35 pips profit is great comparing to 90 pips loss. It means +125 ... The trailing stop may sometimes be an obstackle for reaching high profit on a trade, although it can help to make the trading results more consistent. Regards,
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