Hi, Looks like you get a better exit with FxChoice. I have the same trade and entry time but it got me out much earlier time with my FXDD classic account. Do you know the reason when it got out earlier ? Is this EA build so it works better with FxChoice ?
While traded lot size is directly proportional to:
1) Equity 2) Risk
Leverage changes have almost no effect on traded Lot size. It seems 100 Leverage is assumed. Running higher Leverage does not increase Lot size. Have tried everything from 100 to 1,000. As long as the Equity and Risk are constant, varying Leverage has almost no effect on traded lot size.
FS and FSE apply an active close management. While both SL and TP are set for every trade, it is rare for a trade to close at either SL or TP due to active close management. Observe the order Mods that follow just about each Open to see both SL and TP being actively managed. Very visible in this backtest. https://forexsensation.com/statements/2011-2013_eurusd.htm
I like what I see. Yes I have seen this active close management in real time and by looking at the Expert and Journal logs.
Jandre posted: Tick story is what I use to backtest with 99% model quality, only problem is it has to be used with MT4 build 432 which can be a pain to find so here it is! Now someone give us a backtest of cash printer from at least 2007 or so to present, there have been a lot of different market conditions since then!
Tickstory uses fixed spreads, despite real spreads being available in true tick data. No point in back testing unless you have true tick data that has on each tick:
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