Explanation of variables are noted in beginning of EA code.
Yes, it's nicely commented will have to look at that further.
Two quick questions I don't know if they've already been addressed maybe they're stupid but I just want to make sure I'm running this right.
#1: What charts does the EA need to be running on and in what time frame, or does the time frame make any difference? Since it obviously trades in the EURUSD and USDCHF would it be necessary to have it running on both charts?
#2: In the Metatrader backtesting, do we need to run 2 backtests one for EURUSD and then a second one for USDCHF? It certainly appears that if you just run a backtest on EURUSD then it's not picking up any of the trades for any other currency pair (USDCHF in particular). So I would assume you have to run 2 separate tests - one for the EURUSD and another for the USDCHF - and combine those results to get an even better idea of how it backtests.
The thing is if that's the case then why doesn't the zip file that the EA came with contain a strategy test html file for the USDCHF. There is only one for the EURUSD. Shouldn't there also be a strategy test that was done for USDCHF and been included with that documentation? And then combine the results to get the overall idea of how it does in backtesting? Or perhaps I am missing something. I'm not an old hand at this, by any stretch. But thank you for your help.