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PIPS PREDATOR V3 EA (3.20)

USER MANUAL

Follow the step-by-step instructions. Using the recommended setup will ensure all the trades opened with a stop-loss value and will prevent from high drawdown. 

STEP 1 : PREPARE RECOMMENDED PAIRS

1. Open Market Watch.

2. Open Chart Window for your selected pairs. Recommended mix pairs, not all "USD"s.

3. Set all charts timeframe at 15 minutes.

STEP 2 : ATTACH EA

1. Drag the Pips Predator EA V3 on a chart.

2. Use default settings. 

3. See below for lot size recommendation.

STEP 3 : ATTACH INDICATOR TO CHART

1. Drag the RPS Dashboard Indicator 1 and drop on the pair chart.

2. Edit the Symbol name. Symbol name must follow the pair's name at the Market.

3. Turn Off the alert in indicator settings, set to 'False'.

STEP 4 : WAIT 24 HOURS

1. Be patience and wait. EA may start trading anytime within the next 24 hours once found a setup. 

IMPORTANT INFO 1

1. By default, EA will only open 1-5 max trade(s) per pair for EA Build 3.20, with hedging, with SL. 

2. To increase/ reduce layers, adjust Max Layers value. (not recommended)

3. SL value is fixed at 1500 points (by default). 

4. Do not use the default settings at Gold.

5. Use the EA at your own risk.

6. EA subscription will renew automatically. To cancel, email us anytime.

HOW TO GET BEST RESULTS

1. Test at your broker's demo account for 1 month. For demo accounts, add more pairs.

2. Identify most winning pairs and if there are any losing pairs, monthly overall.

3. Choose the best pairs and trade at a real account. 

4. Do not risk your real investment before testing the strategy if it works well with your broker.

REMINDER: Email us to check your settings once done. We will usually respond within 1 business day.

Disclaimer: There is no refund available for any sold items regardless of any reason. Please test the purchased tool at a demo account and find your own best setting before using at real account. ​Forex trading is highly risky and is not suitable for everyone. You may lose partially, all or more than your initial investment in your trading account. You are entirely responsible for anything you do to your trading account. 

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