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Automated Forex Hedging System
Automated Forex Hedging System (FHS) complements your trading strategies by securing your trade entry with an automated recovery system. Enjoy a piece of mind when you enter a trade because the FHS will initiate the automated hedging algorithm to attempt to hit breakeven or take profit amount when the trade does not go your way. Unlike Martingale, the hedging algorithm does not use exponential lot size, so traders do not need to worry about margin call (* subject to the initial free margin in your trade account).
Assuming the Initial Trade is 0.10 lot size, hedge zone distance is 5 pips and hedge percent is 100%, the table below shows the margin requirements.
|Trade Level||Margin Requirements (assuming margin for 1 full lot is $370.31)||Breakeven Pips|
|1 - 0.1 lot net position||$37.03||NA|
|2 - 0.1 lot net position||$37.03 ||7|
|3 - 0.2 lot net position||$74.06||7|
|4 - 0.2 lot net position||$74.06||13.4|
|5 - 0.3 lot net position||$111.09||13.4|
Lot Size: The lot size for the Initial Trade and any ad-hoc trades taken using the EA.
Max Levels: The maximum number of trades (initial + hedge + ad-hoc) to be opened by this EA.
Reward: This is the net take profit amount (after commission and swap) for the Initial Trade and subsequent open trades.
Risk: This is the total Risk for the open trades. A zero value means there is no hard stop loss.
Hedge: This is the Pips distance of the Hedge Zone.
Hedge Percent: This is lot size increment value for the hedge trade and is expressed as a percentage of the Lot Size for the Initial Trade. If the Lot Size is 0.1 lot and the Hedge Percent is 50, then each hedge trade will open a net increase of 0.05 lot (50% x 0.1 lot) towards the direction of the new trade.
Enable Breakeven Option: If enabled, all open positions when the FHS has initiated will close at Breakeven. Else, all open positions will close when the net take profit amount reaches the Reward value.
Enable Stop Option: If enabled, all Stop orders will be deleted and no new Stop orders will be opened.
Enable Ad-hoc Trade Option: If enabled, trader will be able to add ad-hoc trade based on the initial Lot Size.
Enable EMA Trigger Option: If enabled, EA will auto open a buy/sell trade if price is above/below EMA and there is no existing opened trade.
EMA Period: Daily EMA period for auto trade trigger.
Trading Hours: Filter the start and end hour to open a trade. Recommended to use this EA during London session that has more market volatility.
Max Spread: Filter the maximum spread to open a trade.
Free Margin Factor: Determine whether there is sufficient margin buffer to open a trade computed based on the specified max levels and trade parameters. A value of 1 means to check for the sufficient margin requirement to open maximum trade levels and a value of 2 means to check to have at least double the margin requirement. Please note that the check does not take into account of future floating losses.
ATR: Filter the daily range threshold to open a trade.
ADX: Filter the ADX (14) threshold to open a trade.
Total Lots: Display the total active lots.
Level: Display the active number of trades. A value of 2 means 1 Initial and 1 Hedge trades have been opened (assuming no ad-hoc trade is opened).
Current PL: Display the current profit/loss for the active open trades.
Daily PL: Display the current daily profit/loss for both the open and closed trades in the current trading account.
TP Pips: Display the computed Pips in the direction of the Initial Trade or last open hedge trade to reach the Reward or Breakeven.
NOTE: The default EA setting will auto trigger a Buy trade if current price is above EMA 26 or a Sell trade if below EMA 26 for Strategy Tester purpose. Please disable it and use your own trading strategies to trigger the entry trade.