I copied a signal. Today the signal opened 4 EURUSD BUY orders at 1.13390, and afterwards for a long time the price was always below the open price. So when the price reached 1.14410, I closed 3 of the 4 orders. But after several miniutes, I found that there were 3 BUY orders more again with open price 1.14432. Eventually these 4 orders all closed at 1.14400, and totally result is loss. But if there were not these later 3 orders, the total result is profit.
I don't understand why and how this happend.
Can any one tell me? Thanks.
Thank you very much!
if you want to close the deal, turn off the signal, manage further manually until this deal is closed by the provider, then you can connect the signal again ...
Yes, you have to disable the signal subscription first and then you can modify your open orders manually.
In order to do that, you can either synchronize with your MQL5 VPS, having the: Enable realtime signal subscription, option in Signals tab, unticked, or go here and choose the suspend option on the settings wheel of your subscription.
Does anyone know what the grayed out numbers mean in the "Slippage" section of the Signals? They have the slippage number of various brokers in pips, like .54, 2.0, etc., and then in gray "x 187", "x 1286", etc. What does that second part mean and would it affect Signal copying?
Thank you for any help!