Do you want an explanation to what happens and what will happen next?
In this phase open trades are hidden, for the first time as far as I remember.
The reason is because there is a big floating loss (known also as floating drawdown).
The author of this strategy does not want to show everyone his pants down. It can be temporary and can be a realized loss.
The next phase is this:
Option A: Price will return up and all open trades will close, so the sum of the trades will be in profit, but I don't know if interest payment will be covered as well.
Option B: SL is hit, account will have a huge drawdown and the first initial trades' size will be modified from 0.1 lot to 0.4 lot until drawdown is covered. So lot sizes will be: 0.4, 1.6, 6.4, 25.6....
It should take a few months to recover if at all.