Seeing that all 9 buy orders are in at the moment I am typing (Dec.15 1 am NY time), I'm thinking if this is my live acct, I would either lower pip booster to 1.65 or maybe even 1.6, and increase max orders to 11 or 12. Or leave everything as you have it, but if G/U continues to fall, just close the whole basket when your loss is at about $2k. That way, your'e still up pretty good and you start the EA from where you closed, and avoid a possible complete wipe out. Just thinking out loud as I watch this demo.
I appreciate you doing this Rick and enjoy watching the results it's producing using Deathlord's preset.
It's 11:15 am on Dec. 15th, and I see that the open trades combined are in the positive slightly. Again, thinking out loud, another option here would be to close everything out with the small profit and start the basket anew. Reason being is that all 9 max buy orders are open and don't want to chance for the pound to drop any more. I'm just thinking aloud. Doing things like this and what is mentioned in my previous post can possibly help ensure no major DD or wipeouts.
I am just assessing the viability of other persons' settings. Changing the settings defeats that purpose. I never manually interfere with an EA's trades. Unless I completely understand the trading logic (which I don't) and can trade manually as good as or better than the EA (which I cannot), I don't interfere.
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