I don't get it why the vendor didn't allow his own product to do its job. He missed truckloads of profit by closing all trades manually. Not good for him, not good for his customers, which cant compare anymore their result with his 'reference' accounts..
While I can understand your sentiment, it is quite far from the truth. Not good for me? Yes, that would be true. but bad for my customers? That is far from the truth. I was testing out an experimental version that only triggers the breakeven feature when X number of trades are open.
The feature did not work as intended and ended up closing all of the positions instead of just one of them. I tend to test all my updates on my live account before I release them.
Did it end up costing me money? It sure did, but it's something I am willing to sacrifice to ensure my product is working properly.
All of my customers should have received trades that were more profitable than my own. I don't really see the problem here. If it went the other way, I can understand your concern, but seeing as how everyone else's trades were more profitable than my own, it actually undersells the profitability of KeltnerPro.