That’s interesting. I’m still trying to make the option of additional purchases in the Expert Advisor. But here is the question about the stop, or rather about one of its types. For example, everyone says that in a deal we can’t risk more than 1%, and this is a passive game, and somewhere 3% is allowed. But the question is how to test this option then. When I have 10 thousand, I donate only 1%, and this is 100 rubles, and the stop is small. When I test for 100k, the stop is clearly larger and perhaps it is even larger than the average APR for the day, and then it is useless to make intraday transactions. Moreover, if, for example, more contracts are used in the Expert Advisor, it will change its stop value of 1% too much and thus may change the trading style, it will be much faster, although the movements may be larger anyway. How does anyone struggle with this, can anyone suggest a universal solution? Just before that, there were only advisors with a trail stop, but I want to try to work with a more stringent risk control. Just if, for example, you set a stop and tp according to the optimized parameters, then no matter how much money we threw, the adviser does not take this into account and this makes it very dangerous when changing the value of the traded lots and you do not control the risks in any way.