Using the command panel tutorial in Expert Martingale product

Distance section:

In this section, based on the choices you had in the Latin part, you can add more details to Specify the distance, in pips, you want between each of your orders, both in buying and selling. For example, from order 1 to order 10, the gap between each order is 100 pips, and the rest are of the same size.your order.

1.Distance determination by PIP:

Specify the distance, in pips, you want between each of your orders, both in buying and selling. For example, from order 1 to order 10, the gap between each order is 100 pips, and the rest are of the same size.

2.etermine distance to USD:

Specify how much of a gap you want between each of your orders, both in buying and selling, without additional explanation. There should be no punctuation marks before or after the phrase, and no quotation marks.

3.Determination of Distance by ATR:

Specify how you want to enter each of your orders, whether in buying or selling, with what specifications and settings related to ATR. For example, from order 1 to order 10, the distance between each order is 10, and the rest is the same.

4.Setting time-based spacing:

Specify when you want each of your orders, both for buying and selling, to be placed. For example, from order 1 to order 10, there is a 50-second interval between each order, and the rest are the same.

5.Next position:

This option works manually. It means you select all the information in the LOT and CLOSE sections, and from now on, whenever you need, you press the buy or sell option manually from the top command panel.

6. Line positions :

By selecting this option, you can specify any level on the chart to indicate that candles will trigger buy or sell orders when they touch these levels.

Note: At each level indicated by a horizontal line, the name of that level should change to buy or sell, and the name of each buy level should be different from the name of another buy level. For example, the first-level buy should be named buy2 and written in lowercase letters. Additionally, you can use other options in other sections to manage this order. 

section Set close :

In this section, you can configure specific settings for closing your orders alongside the other previous options.

1. Set close by PIP :

By selecting this option, you can determine the number of open orders you have and how much distance should be placed between them.
 
For example: From order 1 to 10, whenever there is a profit of 30 pips or 300 pips from the first order, all orders will be closed. In other words, whenever any of your orders or all of your orders reach a profit of 30 pips, all orders will be closed.

2. Set close by USD:

By selecting this option, you can specify that any number of open orders you have will be closed at a certain dollar distance.
 
For example: From order 1 to 10, whenever there is a $30 profit on the first order, all orders will be closed. In other words, whenever any of your orders or all of your orders reach a $30 profit, all orders will be closed.

3. Set close by Time:

By selecting this option, you can determine how long it takes for each open order you have to close within a few seconds.

For example: From order 1 to 10, whenever 30 seconds remain for the first order to be open, all orders will be closed. In other words, whenever 30 seconds have passed since opening your order, all orders will be closed. In this case, profit or loss is not considered, and it is solely related to time.

4. Opposite position :

By selecting this option, you can determine that any open orders you have while making a purchase will be immediately closed upon opening the first sell order. In the opposite mode, it operates in the same way.
 
At the end of the command section, we have the “After close candle” option.
 
As the name suggests, each of the previous options, if enabled, concludes the operation upon the closing of a candle, and with the “After close candle” option enabled, it delays the operation until the candle is closed.

Panel of approval

In this panel, any choice made in the command panel is displayed, and you can check all the commands with it. Below this panel, sections are provided to specify the price and percentage.

set price :

In this section, you can manually determine the profit and loss of your orders by entering the amount.

set percent :

In this section, you can manually specify the profit and loss of your orders by entering a percentage.
 
In the next section, you can view the overall profit and loss of all orders in USD and PIP.

section Close all :

In the last part, we have the option “close all.” By pressing this button, all open orders will be closed regardless of the situation.
 
All the mentioned features are executable in both REAL and backtest modes.