I have been using the Piphiker forex robot for almost 3 months and I am really impressed, more than 200% profit. I work long hours during the week so I don’t have time to trade , the forex robot is ideal for me , as long as one is not greedy by over leveraging and you are patient and let the EA do it’s thing, you will find yourself with a lot of profit
Profit factor on the forex robot trading account statement. Profit factor is the gross profit / gross loss. E.g Profit of $6000 and a loss of $3000 would give a profit factor of 2.0. This means that for every $1 risked, you can expect a return of $2. If a forex robot has a profit factor less than 1, eg profit factor of 0.7, this means that for every $1 you can expect $0.70 back (the forex robot is a losing one!). If a forex robot has a high profit factor, it is a good one – eg profit factor of 6.0 ($6 gained for every $1 risked). You can click this table heading to rank the table of forex robots by the profit factor to see what are the best forex robots with the highest profit factor.
When investors are selling, the exchange rate of the foreign currency tells them how many units of the quote currency they will get for one unit of the base currency. Traders make decisions to buy if they think that the value of the base currency might increase. In the example, traders would purchase the US dollar with the Euro if they expect the value of the US dollar to increase to $1.31. The change that takes place is how the investor makes a profit.
At this stage the "risk management" is rather unsophisticated! In the method calc_risk_position_size below we are simply making sure that the exposure of each position does not exceed risk_per_trade% of the current account equity. risk_per_trade defaults to 2% with the keyword argument, although this can obviously be changed. Hence for an account of £ 100,000, the risk per trade will not exceed £ 2,000 per position.
The rationale for this is that the "practice" trading account and the local Portfolio components should have similar, if not equal, values for attributes such as the Account Balance, the Unrealised Profit & Loss (P&L), the Realised P&L and any open Positions. If I could achieve this and run some test strategies through it, and if the attributes appeared to be equal across both the local portfolio object and OANDA, then I could have confidence in the capability of the backtester in producing more realistic results as and when strategies were deployed.
The currency exchange rate is the rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another. It is always quoted in pairs like the EUR/USD (the Euro and the US Dollar). Exchange rates fluctuate based on economic factors like inflation, industrial production and geopolitical events. These factors will influence whether you buy or sell a currency pair.
While the default order of the table list arrangement is according to the RFR Rank#, you may like to view a comparison list according to an other value listed there, you can do that by clicking on the desired value title in the table header or select it from the dropdown list at the top right to the table, this will re-arrange the list according to that value, the first click on the header value title will re-arrange the list in an ascending order, the second click will revert to a descending order of that value, and so on. You may also switch between the ascending / descending list orders by clicking the buttons to the right of the top right dropdown list.
Trading on margin can be a profitable Forex strategy, but it is important to understand all the possible risks. You should make sure you know how your margin account operates, and be sure to read the margin agreement between you and your selected broker. If there is anything you are unclear about in your agreement, ask questions and make sure everything is clear.