In this tutorial we will teach you how to use EA Builder Pro to create the EA you’re looking to build. If you want you can fast-forward to the Indicators-, Signals– or Modules-section to learn about all the components your EA consists of.
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Our system consists of:
- A signal module
- Close modules
- Prevent open modules
- Money management
Indicators form the input for the signals and modules. You define them in a single section and name them, so that you can reuse them throughout your EA and focus on one section at a time.
Read on, for in-debt information about adding (custom) indicators.
The Signals are a very powerful tool to create any Open- and Close logic you can think of. This is because we give you a combination of nestable expression-trees and operators. However it may seem to be quite difficult to master, we believe that anyone can become a Signal-ninja within a day, so don’t worry and be persistent and read on about the Signals.
Just as important as opening orders at the right moment, defined by the Signals, are closing orders at the right moment. Modules are like plug-ins which changes the behaviour of your EA, like closing orders. There are 2 more types of modules which change the behaviour of your EA: Prevent open- and Signal modules (previously called: Open modules). To read more about modules, please continue and read the modules section.
Money (Risk) manager
When opening position you’re taking risk. The risk you take are based on three factors: how well you choose your opening, the maximum amount of draw-down you allow and the position size (volume). Our current Money management modules take care of the last mentioned factor. Read more about which types of Money Management modules we currently support.