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I'm sorry. But his technique is interesting. That is, an EA that opens in two directions is the way forex. It would be enough just to determine the distance of the openings and closures of trade. For example, I'm using a martingale system of my building with a cent account (RoboForex) $ 1,000 (100,000 cents) with a system of opening and closing only 2 pips for all positions set at 2 pips in the case of the first . But the openings do not occur at a fixed distance of 2 pips when the price goes in one direction quickly. It has a kind of trailing, so when the price made its esploit and calm, open a next position and goes to recalculate the TP of all open positions, including those at a loss and profit in those who often are the last two. Thus positions with lot of from 0.01 open remotely with a multiple of 1.75, and the closing of all open positions only allows the entire operation to close always in profit. In my case this works for a year and also sudden changes in price, have not affected. But this is only possible and I say only an account of $ 1,000 cents (Cent 100,000) with a pair of couples stable and uncorrelated (EURUSD - GBPUSD - and at most AUDUSD). If you want to send a copy of its accounts for EA in demo and I can change the parameters I would be grateful. My email: email@example.com A greeting
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