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- August 7, 2020 at 19:15 #56614Petko AleksandrovKeymaster
Well, if you change the initial 1 lot with 4 lots, you need to calculate all the rest accordingly.
1,4 Lot is 140% from the 1 lot. Or you multiply it by 1.4. So if you start with 4 lots, it must be 4 x 1.4 = 5.6 lots.
And you continue with the rest…but why would you go with 4 lots? You need really a big account for that…
I guess nothing less than $100 000.August 7, 2020 at 4:16 #56232
Just to be clear, if I go from trading 1 lot of BTC to 4 lots of BTC using the NLF does the formula and calculation stay the same or change in any way?August 6, 2020 at 17:20 #56196
I figured out the answer to my question. However, I have a related question. One of my 4.4 lot trades was deleted in error, but it did not show up my account history. How can that happen? It was a positive trade of more than $300.August 6, 2020 at 4:27 #56108
If we are trading with a volume of 4 lots instead of 1.0 lot do we replace the volume of 1.40 in the formula with 4.40 and the volume of 1.0 lot with 4.0 lots? I did this configuration and ended up adding an additional lot of both. However, the two buy trades of 4.40 lots resulted in a rolling dollar amounts almost half (e.g. 300) that of the two sell trades of 4.0 lots dollar amounts (e.g. – 600). Shouldn’t the two dollar amounts be the same so that you end up with a zero balance at the take profit point in either direction? What am I missing?
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