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    hi folks, especially funyoo and other specialized coders

    i wonder if the below dynamic strategy can be coded for me, thanks...

    send two pending orders (buystop and sellstop) to 15 pips below and above the value of the pair at 10am
    lot size:0.10 tp:50 sl:100 would be for both pending orders

    when the first order is executed, delete the other one.


    use the same strategy at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm and 10pm ,respectively, with doubling the lot size

    at 13am close all the orders and pending ones (if there is any left from the last one)
    and wait for the new trading day

    thanks...










    i'm waiting for your reply funyoo, pls. And also other specialized coders' replies
    thanx...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sercey View Post
    hi folks, especially funyoo and other specialized coders

    i wonder if the below dynamic strategy can be coded for me, thanks...

    send two pending orders (buystop and sellstop) to 15 pips below and above the value of the pair at 10am
    lot size:0.10 tp:50 sl:100 would be for both pending orders

    when the first order is executed, delete the other one.


    use the same strategy at 12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm and 10pm ,respectively, with doubling the lot size

    at 13am close all the orders and pending ones (if there is any left from the last one)
    and wait for the new trading day

    thanks...










    i'm waiting for your reply funyoo, pls. And also other specialized coders' replies
    thanx...
    Hi sercey,

    Here is Daily Incremental Lots EA.
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    thanks very much funyoo, you r number one

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    dear funyoo,
    i have a question.

    can the ea's selected "time frame" be used with digits?
    fro ex: i changed order time frames to 10:25am, 12:25pm, 2:25pm instead of 10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm
    however, the code didn't work with the new settings.
    does it have to be "full hour" only?

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    please respond Funyo please

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    funyoo: Is this back testable? I ran the EA and it only trade 1 cycle and stop testing. So, I am wondering...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sercey View Post
    dear funyoo,
    i have a question.

    can the ea's selected "time frame" be used with digits?
    fro ex: i changed order time frames to 10:25am, 12:25pm, 2:25pm instead of 10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm
    however, the code didn't work with the new settings.
    does it have to be "full hour" only?
    Hi sercey,

    Minutes parameters added. There is no limitation with the number of cycle. The EA should be run on H1 timeframe. Check the trading journal if the EA stops to trade.
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    Is this similar to the attached method?
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