Draw down is artificially hidden by stopping the EA. There is over $50000 for more than 94.3% drawdown from May 26th. Be careful as there is no way to tell how bad the drawdown really is. It is a common Aplmustdie's technique for hiding a risky system
Pretty bad when you have to troll Demo accounts. I guess jealousy knows no bounds. You must have a lot of time when you're running automated EAs. Try spending your time actually trading, it will be much more rewarding. To answer your question, this is a new strategy I am working on. The trades are placed manually and then managed by software I'm developing . . . a trade manager as it were. Not like the simple grid trading that seems to be so popular with your systems. I also have two other real accounts that are performing well, one running on a VPS and the other, a modified version of the original, from my trade copier. The copier that I'm using does not require a VPS. I monitor it on my home system. Since this is a demo account, I simply log in to the second account place the trades then switch back and forth until the trades are closed. If it were real, there would be a second instance of metatrader running and there would be stopping. I've always believed that a trader should make money from trading, not soliciting subscription fees. Those that can, do. Those that can't, teach (or sell their signals). I hope this answers your question.
Since that time I have been searching for EA that would trade for me with reasonable profit and dd. After years of testing and developing I finally have a portfolio of stable and profitable strategies.
Shall I assume you wrote all these EAs? If not, then I'm sure you have written permission to sell subscriptions to their hard work, right?
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