9 New AutoTrade Features!

We’re working hard to make AutoTrade even better than it is and here are the latest features added:

AutoTrade Grouping - Trades and orders are now grouped by the provider which makes it easy to see in real time each provider’s trades/orders and profits:

AutoTrade Grouping

You can minimize/maximize each of the providers separately and collectively.

Provider pause mode - if you wish to stop a provider from making any new trades yet do not wish to remove it from your AutoTrade portfolio, you can do so with a click of a button.

AutoTrade Pause Example

The status of the provider can be clearly seen with a red/green state near the avatar:

AutoTrade Pause Example

Advanced settings – which provide you complete control over the provider’s settings.

AutoTrade Settings

Clicking the settings icon will pop up the following options:

AutoTrade Settings Example

Total Lots – Max allowed total lots of open trades and orders

Total Open Trades – Max allowed open trades and orders

Balance Stop ($) -  Stop trading if balance is below this value

Drawdown Stop (%) - Stop trading if floating drawdown is above this value

Fixed Lots: Open each trade/order with fixed lots

Allowed Trading Hours - an easy to edit table to control the exact allowed/disallowed trading times for the AutoTrade provider.

New Trade/Order Email notification – you’re now notified of any new activity in your live AutoTrade account, by email (Notifications can be disabled in user settings).

If you haven’t tried AutoTrade, you can go ahead and open a free demo account:

http://www.myfxbook.com/autotrade

(Important to note that a live account is free also!)

All of the above features are based on your feedback so your help in shaping AutoTrade is much appreciated! Please keep your suggestions coming :)

Have a great week,

The Myfxbook team.

2 Responses to “9 New AutoTrade Features!”

  1. Dale says:

    With hessalpari there is an issue with xau trades being copied as fxcm regard xau/usd as being a CFD (with a minimum lot value of 1). Any trades with a lot value of less than 1 are not being copied. This is a problem with this provider as most of his success has been trading this pair. What do you suggest as a solution?

    Myfxbook Reply:

    Dale, it has nothing to do with lot size – gold and silver weren’t supported at first which is why such trades weren’t copied, however we’ve added support for these instruments about a 2 weeks ago so they should be copied fine.
    Also, you should keep in mind that a trade isn’t copied in any market condition; for example if slippage is too high, the trade will be ignored to protect your account.