autoforex posted: hallo....... sir/madam....what kind a robot you used....please share with me.....
First of all, Hi there, even though I do not know how you get in here and what attracts you with my small profit-large DD system. But thanks for your interest! =)
Basically it's a mixed system, so i name it under my name. There are few strategy that I name them Method 1,2,3,5,7 and so on. The strategy I use which is quite common but sometime it sounds complex, it contains stoch, macd, osma, moving averages and rsi. Some strategy uses many filter to decide trend changes, entry and exit, and some doesn't. (like this one)
Right now I'm still experimenting which method/strategy that run best in my opinion.. but only time will tell..
I'm guessing the broker is either Instaforex (10'000 units / 1.0 lot) or IBFX microaccount (10'000 units / 1.0 lot)?
I'm trading a real account with Insta - no need to hide the broker 😉
P.S. How many levels of Martingale do you accept before closing with a loss?
Hi there! thanks for your interest.
Yes you're correct it's insta. I have a real insta account too with this ea running. No specific reason for hiding the broker, just follow the trend, seeing alot of others in myfxbook also hide their broker. 😁
Regarding your question, this ea & method uses equity protection with max 7 levels of martingale. On my real account, same ea & method with another feature addon which I call 'AllowLoss', it decides the trend before open an order, and when the trend changes, it will close all order at once.
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