# Experts: Catcher Profit 1.0

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181209
2013.12.16 07:24
This isn't an operating EA, but profit management EA.

Author: Alfredo

16319
2013.12.26 05:32
Do you have to put this on EACH chart? Or on one chart to control all the charts in the account?
1449
2013.12.28 19:10
gator:
Do you have to put this on EACH chart? Or on one chart to control all the charts in the account?

One chart to control all account! ;)
16319
2014.01.17 13:13

hi, seems a great, simple and useful EA. I wondering how is the percentage calculated, on equity or the lots value? Thanks. I'm also wondering if it possible to use a step in the calculation, to update the value say every day once, but not constantly with the changing p/l?? Hope you can get this comment, best regards, Marcus

1449
2014.01.17 16:13
winbig:

hi, seems a great, simple and useful EA. I wondering how is the percentage calculated, on equity or the lots value? Thanks. I'm also wondering if it possible to use a step in the calculation, to update the value say every day once, but not constantly with the changing p/l?? Hope you can get this comment, best regards, Marcus

Hi Marcus,

For what regard the percentage, it's calculated on equity value and about step in the calculation, what do you mean if not the changing P/L ?

regards

1226
2014.08.11 08:10
```void CloseAll() {

int Ordini = OrdersTotal();
int i = 0;
for(i = Ordini; i >=0; i--)
{
double bid = MarketInfo(OrderSymbol(),MODE_BID);

}
}```

i have this kind of close strategy in some of my EAs. You'd better check if All are really closed,If some of the orders execute failed,it may not fulfill the close condition again,FYI

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30739
2014.08.11 12:17
Moggy:

i have this kind of close strategy in some of my EAs. You'd better check if All are really closed,If some of the orders execute failed,it may not fulfill the close condition again,FYI

You code isn't reliable. You don't check the returned value of functions you are using (OrderSelect, OrderClose...).