I'm trying to make it go for the long run. Orders are never touched, 100% auto.
Hi Mr Oshaban, Please be advised of this thread's criteria (below), particularly number 5. I wish you success, but I hope you can improve your EA to overcome any use of martingale. I, and other valued customers of yours, are patiently awaiting your 100% auto CSEA. Thank you.
1) The account must be real - no demo's. (please do not argue here that it is the same as a live acc. etc - the idea is not to engage in any arguments) 2) The account must be verified (please do not come and defend your unverified-but-want-to-participate account - there will simply be no interest) 3)DD must not be higher than 40% - (please. Once again. No justification for your above 40% dd, if it is higher - don't participate) 4)The account must be older than 3 months, maybe this is even still too young. 5)No martingales! (it might work for you, and I do not want to engage in an argument - just please keep to yourself and don't participate)
I'm not super experienced with trading and I myself am trying to learn and grow. But I was looking at your account and I became really confused. Your profit seems to be excellent, the trajectory of your account is great and everything looks wonderful at first glance.
But then I started to look at the details of your trades, and saw that you're taking very small profits in pips, so I assumed that you're scalping, but then I noticed that you're swing trading.
Looking further I noticed that you would have massive pip DD before market comes back in your favor for you to take a small profit. On October 15, you sold GBPNZD and withstood 400+ pips of Drawdown before exiting for 20 pips profit when it came back in your favor. All along, you're also trading very big lot sizes and risking a lot of your account when the trades go against you by this much.
It seems to me that you're playing a very risky game and it would take 1 trade that doesn't come back in your favor to wipe out your account. The strategy may be giving a good win percentage now and may be profitable now, but it doesn't seem to be sustainable over the long term.