First, Keep up the good work!
I really appreciate your knowledge, skill, and patience in running your MAM's and signals. And I appreciate your explaining so much about the thinking behind your trades. Your commentary, which I now follow on your Telegram channel, helps me understand what it going on with my accounts and with the FX market in general.
I know you have been doing your best to keep us informed about the change in your FXCM account and how it affects Blackwave Australia on Signal Start. I have a question about the suggestion you made to another follower that he could subscribe to BW Pacific in the meantime, until Blackwave Australia is reborn on SS as Blackwave Alpine. In their respective listings on SS, you said leverage for BW Australia was 1:20, but for BW Pacific it is 1:500. I have been copying BW Australia to accounts with two different brokers (to spread risk)—one account is at 1:200, and the other is 1:250. I have long thought that to follow BW Pacific, I would have to set the multiplier in SS at 0.4 or 0.5 to copy to these accounts because your account is at 1:500.
However, according to the listing for BW Pacific, lot size is determined as follows:
Blackwave Pacific $1700 = 0.01 lots
Blackwave Alpine [formerly Australia] $1000 = 0.01 lots
In other words, for each trade the system buys 0.01 lot for each $1700 in the account for BW Pacific, but it buys the same quantity for each $1000 in the account for BW Alpine/Australia. The maximum number of open trades is 12 for both signals. That suggests to me that if I am going to follow BW Pacific until the new BW Alpine signal is available, I should actually INCREASE the multiplier when I subscribe to BW Pacific. It seems that to get similar risk and results, I would increase the multiplier from 1.0 to 1.7. (Actually, I was using a multiplier of 1.2 or 1.3 before, but I would not increase beyond 1.7 now.)
Does the above make sense, or am I missing something?