That is awful. How much of your money was lost? :-( I assume that was some kind of Martingale. No significant drwadown. The equity is climbing up. Ca. middle of December a few bad open trades let the equity decline - first slowly, then fast :-(
Imho, montoring the drawdown could have saved the account. Just have a critical drawdown defined in the EA. If that is exceeded, shut down all positions and take your profit. Would have made him ca. 180% in 4 months.
Btw, I am not an opponent of Martingale. Just one needs to be alert and expect issues - often there is enough time to close and run....
That is why setting up maximum DD target before trading is very important for account safety. Mostly traders underestimate this point and mostly fails ended with 100% loss because they think market will back as they want! No one can drive the market, so preparing maximum risk must take in place first to survive from unwanted market movement.
There was some thing wrong on MAM software that it closed all trades when the margin level was still about 175%. Then the balance of master account and total of all sub-accounts' balances are not equal.
I have contacted FXChoice right after that. They have started the investigation. From 2 days ago, I and many clients can see that they have done some correction and that all sub-account's balance have been back to a good sum of money.
JForex78, I saw you have just successfully withdraw some 9k out of your account. I also have just successfully with draw from my account that is a sub-account of the MAM.
That is a very good news.
If you can prove that you can make money grows, tons of money will flow to you.
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