Copy trading - fast, convenient, easy-to-use copy orderer. Copy trading can copy orders from one terminal to another, located on the same computer or one vps. Also, the copier can duplicate existing orders on one terminal, for example, you are subscribed to a signal and want your positions to be a large lot. It does not copy take profits and stop-loss orders, as well as pending orders.
For work, we install on the terminal from which we want to copy the transaction mode "Provider" - that is, it will be our supplier of orders. "Receiver" mode is set in the terminal on which we want to accept copied orders. You can copy from one provider to any number of receivers. "Signal Receiver" is prescribed in the settings, in case we want to have duplicate orders on the same account on which it is installed.
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Mode - select the mode - Provider, Receiver, Signal Receiver;
Prefix to be deleted - remove the prefix from the symbols, if there is a prefix in the provider terminal, and there is no prefix in the terminal of the receiver;
Suffix to be deleted - delete the suffix for symbols, if there is a suffix in the provider terminal, and there is no suffix in the terminal of the receiver;
Prefix to be added - adding a prefix to the symbols, if there is a prefix in the provider terminal, and there is no prefix in the terminal of the receiver;
Suffix to be added - adding a suffix for symbols, if there is a suffix in the provider terminal, but there is no suffix in the receiver terminal;
Second to open deal - the time in seconds, how much long-term transaction we will copy (for example, open up to 100 seconds ago on the provider);
Lot Multipler - the multiplier of the lots of opened positions, with 1 order open with the same volume as on the server;
Slippage - slippage in points, within which orders will be copied;
Magic - is the magic number by which the adviser distinguishes his positions from other orders.