And the cumulative bot work system
He is entering all the capital into the deal
If the bot wins, it automatically adds the profit it made to the opening balance
In other words, he entered a deal with an opening balance of $100, for example, and won $10. You will find the opening balance automatically adjusted to $110.
This indicator is based on the hourly time frame (1h) and links the price movement speed to the upside and the volume
This differs from the rest of the smart trade bots, where there is an approximate sale limit of around 2%, which means a little more than 2% or a little less than 2%
Stop the loss of around 10%, which is a large percentage
But here are the results that had lower stop-loss ratios
When the stop loss rate was -3%, the result of 7 months was $1000 and reached $2107.
When the stop loss rate was -5%, the result of 7 months was $1000 and reached $2590.
When the stop loss rate was -7%, the result of 7 months was $1,000 and reached $3,012.
When the stop loss rate was -10%, the result of 7 months was $1000 and reached $3160.
The higher the stop loss percentage, the greater the profit, because in most deals the price drops to the small stop loss, then the price rebounds and continues to rise.
The number of winning trades is 90%.
The number of losing trades is 10%.
The bot uses stop losses to control the risk levels, which means that if the trade goes in an unfavorable direction, the loss will be reduced over time.
Human intervention capacity:
If you want to close the deal, you can close it at any time from the platform it belongs to without the bot being affected