- July 1, 2021 at 7:44 pm #9365paolo.domeneghettiParticipant
Good morning I would like to have this information I receive this type of signals for example:
AUDUSD – BUY 0.7513
I want to know if it is possible to open a single order and manage it like this:
1 – when the price is in the first TP1 I move the SL to breakeven
2 – when the price is in the second TP2 I move the SL to the value of TP1
3 – finally I wait for the price to reach the TP3
can you tell me what the exact settings to make? if not I can’t use it, thanks for your help.July 2, 2021 at 8:15 am #9382nasro880Participant
does this work for you with individuel orders ??
thanks.July 2, 2021 at 9:50 am #9385paolo.domeneghettiParticipant
Yes, each signal must open a single order, and manage the stop loss as I explained above.
I don’t have to open 3 identical orders with a different take profit but a single order.
can you help me?
thank you very much.July 2, 2021 at 10:11 am #9386nasro880Participant
sorry i’m facing this same issues i tried with individuel and single orders but the breakeven rule not responding. the SL should move TO TP1 once the price HIT it but nothing happened.
what about you ? does the breakeven or trailing stop rules work for you ??
thanks.July 2, 2021 at 10:28 pm #9402Veronika MomirModerator
This type of signal will open 3 orders, one for each TP, and the total lot size will be split among the 3 trades.
There is an option to open only one trade with the first TP, but then you can only use setting the SL at break-even or trailing SL by some distance from price.
If 3 orders are opened, you can use the break-even option to set SL at the previous TP. So if TP1 is hit all SLs move to open price, when TP2 is hit SL moves to TP1 price.
At the moment we’re working on a fix for this since it was reported that in some cases this option doesn’t work. It will be available in the next version.
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