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  • #236380|
    Customer
    17 Posts

    I need EAW have more Money Management Method like SQX

    • Fixed size
      Risk fixed % balance
      Risk fixed % of account
      Fixed amount
      Stocks size by price
    #236433
    tomas262
    Administrator
    1164 Posts

    Hello,

    we will soon release stand-alone AlgoWizard with new feature, functions.

    In the current version you can easily setup your own money-management by defining rules for it. You can check the example attached on the classic Risk fixed %

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    #239194
    Customer
    17 Posts

    Hello, we will soon release stand-alone AlgoWizard with new feature, functions. In the current version you can easily setup your own money-management by defining rules for it. You can check the example attached on the classic Risk fixed %

    Great! Thanks you alot!

    #250222
    Participant
    2 Posts

    I am planning to buy EAWizard and i need a ” fixed amount ” feature. I want to open position with 1440 usd of my 32k account for each trade. I can earn or lose 3000 usd in one day it doesn’t matter i want to use 1440 usd for each trade. Is ther a way to code this with EAWizard. I mean; Lets say i started to use EA in my 32 k  account and decided to use 1440 usd in order to open a position for that month i want to use fix amount 1440 usd i don’t care about lots. Maybe 1 lots is equal to 20 usd at the beginning and with rising in prices it is 27 usd at the middle of the month. It downsize my lots but it doesn’t matter i want to fix my amount to use in each trade.

    This method is exists in AlgoWizard if im right , but there is no way to buy standalone AlgoWizard. I want to start learn coding as soon as possible, so i want to buy EAWizard but is there any way to add or use this ”fixed amount” feature in EAWizard.

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