WallStreet Forex Robot v5.0 is released!

March 30, 2015
We are pleased to announce that the new version 5.0 of WallStreet Forex Robot is released.
 
There are two new things in this new version:
 
1. Protection system against uncontrolled opening of trades.
 
In rare occasions, problems related to the order execution on the broker's server, duplicate orders may occur. In other words, the same order  may be opened by the robot two or more times. This problem is not related in any way with the robot. It usually occurs when the broker's server does not send back to the MT4 terminal a correct information about the opened trades. In this case, the robot does not know that the order is opened and continues to open new ones. 
 
We have had such problems probably only once or twice in our history. In all cases the brokers have acknowledged the problem and compensated the customer. In order to avoid future problems, we have decided to develop this protection system against uncontrolled opening of trades.
 
2. There are also some new optimizations and improvements on the settings. By installing the new version, all the new improvements will be loaded automatically.
 
If you have any questions about the new version you can submit a support ticket and we will be happy to response.

Comments (2)

FXAutomater Support June 04 2015, 7:51 PM

There are strategies and strategies. Ours provide good long-term results this way. Each strategy may go through bad periods - most important however are the final results on the long run.

Darryl Lapworth June 04 2015, 4:15 PM

I think that it would be better if all your robots made better use of the hedging as i do not see why we need to take such losses and not use the hedging function

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