Your setting is the default setting. It is the progressive lot size, the more money in the account the higher the lot size will be. 2% is acceptable. The downside of this setting is if there is a pattern with a very big PRZ then the SL will also be at big distance and the possible DD would be big as well. If you want to be sure that your DD is never more than 15% then you would be better with the 3rd option 'Risk'. It is also a progressive lot size but you control the DD. The downside of this setting is that if you have a very small PRZ then the SL will be at a very short distance as well and it can be hit more easily and you lose 15%. With an account size as you have it would perhaps be better to go for the 3rd option 'Risk'. Run it in the Strategy Tester and you will see that the money curve will be much smoother.
Bottom line is that it all depends on your trading style, I mean the Risk you are willing to take, that's all up to you. Btw, is that a real money account? Again a nice profit today. You may want to play it save and close the trades before the WE. There is also a setting to do that automatically for you: 'CloseBeforeMarketClose' and 'TimeCloseBeforeMarketClose'. Many Green pips, Walter https://harmonicstrader.com/
You can set that to 'true' to set the hard SL = soft SL. Soft SL: hourly candle must close beyond to close the position. Hard SL: well, that's a real SL and the position will close at the touch ;) Again, that's up to you.
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