It is not recommending to close anything manually (because closed trades may be opened once again if those trades are still open in provider's Metatrader).
Anyway - this thread may help -
How can I can disable a copy trade signal on my Meta trader in my VPS without unsubscribinghttps://www.mql5.com/en/forum/189920#comment_4866319
Have you studied its trading history and reviews before subscribing?
If you have faith in a signal, you should leave the signal provider do all the work for you, thats the point of subscribing to a signal.
If you don't trust it anymore, then you should take action as you see fit.
The only one that can help you, its the signal provider, so contact him.
Besides, there is FAQ about the Signals - for example:
Why manual trading leads to problems with copying of signals (accounts out of sync)? Why I cannot simultaneously subscribe to a signal and trade on one account?Manual intervention in trading on account subscribed to a signal, prevents correct copying of Provider's signals and complicates the analysis of signal copying results.
Should the synchronization reveal any inconsistencies, i.e. positions different from those of the Provider or any pending orders set, a standard pop-up window will appear to prompt you for permission to synchronize.
Its Mean , When He will close his trade My trades will automatically close .
I think , Purpose of Signal Subscribing is " I have to relax , Signal Provider will do all , Trade Opening / Closing all will be done automatically as per Signal Provider's Trading account.
Isn't that suppose to happen ?
I truly believe that is what signals are for.
But i highly doubt a signal in terms of strategy when there are opened 16 positions at one...
Thanks , I understand.
If you want to close some or all trades, you first have to untick the: Enable real time signal subscription (in Tools >> Options >> Signals) and Synchronize with your VPS again (or pause/cancel subscription), because otherwise the trades will be re-opened on synchronization.