|Símbolo||Lucro bruto, USD||Loss, USD||Lucro, USD|
|Símbolo||Lucro bruto, pips||Loss, pips||Lucro, pips|
Valores de Máximo lucro (MFE) e Máxima perda (MAE) são registrados para cada ordem aberta durante a existência da sua conta na corretora. Estes parâmetros, adicionalmente caracterizam cada ordem fechada usando os valores do potencial máximo não realizado e o valor máximo de risco. MFE/Lucros e MAE/Lucros são distribuídos em gráficos, exibindo cada posição como um ponto com o valor recebido de lucro/perda plotados ao longo do eixo X, enquanto os valores máximos exibidos de lucro potencial (MFE) e perda potencial (MAE) são plotados ao longo do eixo Y.
Coloque o cursor sobre as legendas parâmetros/gráfico para ver a melhor e a pior série de negociação. Saiba mais sobre distribuições MAE e MFE no artigo Matemática na Negociação: Como Estimar Resultados de Negociação.
A slippage média baseada em estatísticas de contas real de diferentes corretoras é especificada em pontos. Depende da diferença entre as cotações do provedor de "VantageAU-Live 2" e do assinante, bem como de atrasos na execução de ordens. Quanto menor o valor, melhor a qualidade da cópia.
SuperHedging - Automated Live Signal with Manual Risk/Money Management Adjustment!
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* Minimum Deposit: 200 USD
* Day & Swing Trader
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* Growth Between 20% - 50% per Month
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* Pair: Multipair
* Medium Drawdown (DD) 0% - 50%
My signals is never before seen on the market. It's a fully automated Expert Advisor. The RSI indicator and an ma filter are used for the entries. The bot preforms extremely well over a 10 month span of time on my personal trading account, while achieving 40% MONTHLY GROWTH.
I have designed my trading strategy to counter-act potential risk.
Here's how it works: Before each trading session, my program is initiated to calculate the perfect lot size for each trade. This lot size is calculated based on quite a few different variables such as the current market price, my broker's stop-out level, leverage, historical trading data on the several pairs, and my current account balance. The program also requires me to manually look at current market conditions to determine the appropriate down-draw expectancy due to potential market-makers influencing the price, S/R lines, and market sentiment. After entering in all of this data, what is left is an ideal lot size AND perfect stop-loss level for each trade which is applied before the trading session begins.
Before subscribing to my signal, make sure to become fully aware of how Receiving signals works and how your lot sizes will be different on your account from mine. If you're unfamiliar with the MQL4 algorithms that work behind the scenes to automatically calculate the lot sizes for your trades, I urge you to read this in depth article submitted by a fellow trader: https://www.mql5.com/en/blogs/post/23777. It's very helpful in going through the necessary steps you need to take in order to adjust your lot sizes higher or lower to match my lot sizes if necessary.
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