Settings are divided into two sections. The EA input settings - mainly initial setups after ALL IN mode is finished. And settings in the panel -  these settings purpose is to change things on the fly.

EA inputs

1. EA Magic number - you don't need to change it, except the case you going to use panel on  same symbol but different strategy. For example EURUSD you want long period trade and short period scalping.

2. Max lot size allowed by your broker or by you - All brokers has limit of maximum one position size. Most cases it is 50 or 100.  We didn't set it automatically as we found one useful feature to limit it by hand.  Main reason is margin calls. If you start with one big position of 50 lot and you get margin call it will close whole one big position. if you set this setting like 10 lot the ALL IN panel will start with 5 positions with 10 size. In case of margin call it will close one by one positions. In that case you have chance to recover.


3. Initial STOP lose in pips - After you start "ALL IN" mode initial stop lose is set. You can change it in the panel input fields or by moving the red line later.

4. Initial TAKE profit in pips - After you start "ALL IN" mode initial take profit is set. You can change it in the panel input fields or by moving the green line later.

5. Trailing stop (0 - OFF) -  It will trail all opened positions in range you set. You can change it later after "ALL IN" mode is set by input field in panel or by moving red line.  0 means it is off.

6. Close after negative positions reached -  This is another safety switch. As this kind of trading is very risky it will help you reduce risk a bit. This settings is some kind of trailing stop. Ea opens opens lot of positions and on pull back some of them will go negative. This setting one deeper pull back or reversal will stop "ALL IN" mode when the number of negative positions are reached.


7. Margin to be used for this symbol  - This setting is telling EA how much money it is allowed to use at the start of "ALL IN" mode. You can set it in panel later. Value in panel is not changed after "ALL IN" mode is finished.  Search for the separate explaining video in blog section as this setting is important.



This setting group sets the way the EA will add more volume to your positions. The EA opens this big position at first and then it will add some more value in case trade goes in your favor. First position generates new free margin to be used for next position.

8. Percents of lot increment (0 is off) -  Next position size will be % from all positions size already in trade. For example you set it to 5 (%). First trade is 10 lots, the second trade will be when there is at least enough free margin for 10*0,05=0,5.  So now there are 10,5 lots in trade all together. The 3rd trade size will be 10,5*0,05 = 0,53  (0,525 rounded) and so on.  0 means this setting is off and it will be "Default Lot size to increase on free margin" setting used instead. We recommend it "on" if you are planing long very long trade as it will drop more lots in market. Brokers are limiting maximum positions per symbol. Our main broker has limit of 200 positions per symbol.

9. Default Lot size to increase on free margin - this setting is not active if previous setting is on ("Percents of lot increment (0 is off)"). It will always increase volume the amount at least you stated here if there is free margin generated. We recommend to use this setting  in most cases as you'll be probably scalping.

10. Use fixed lots for increment -  This setting sets EA to increase exact amount of previous two settings calculations. Some times market spikes big or there are already lot of trades opened. It happens huge amount of margin is freed. If this setting is off the EA will increase all newly freed margin. We recommend to set it off.



11. Manage free margin - This setting is mainly used for backtesting purpose (actual version). But could be used for real trading.  It is stopping "ALL IN" mode when account free margin goes negative.  On real trading it can be used as extra stop.  If you have like hundred positions opened even on small pull margin can go negative very fast even you are in huge profit. In backtesting mode this setting is a must as backtesting mode stops on margin call. even if you are in huge profit...  That way backtesting and real trading has huge different result!!!

12. Use SL TP broker side(more accurate stops) - If this setting is on it sets normal SL and TP. By meaning normal we mean stops on broker side like SL and TP  red dashed line as you set when trade usual. It has advantage when market is volatile like on news as it closes positions immediately. Ea can't close hundred positions in few milliseconds especially when you have high ping with broker's server (it may take several seconds). It would be great to use it all the time on, but there is one big "BUT"...

All brokers are protecting there servers from big load and they are limiting how many messages you can send to the server to prevent from server attacks. You send order - it is one message. You set Sl - it is another message. You set TP  - it is another messages.  You change SL on hundred position - it is 100 messages. Can you imagine how many messages will be send in one successful "ALL IN" mode session if you set trailing stop on? We recommend it to keep it "off" and let EA manage virtual SL and TP even it is lagging. Otherwise yo can get such letter from your broker:

13. Use SL TP when ALL IN is off - It is up to you if it off or on. We usually are keeping our trading plan. We finish trade when we are right and hit TP, or we are wrong on our prediction and SL is hit. But some times you may want  to cancel "ALL IN"  mode  and let already opened positions to run. For example you want some free margin on another forming opportunity as you feel current is exhausting.

14. Slippage (currently assigned to the spread) - When you send order message to brokers server on some price it will take some time to confirm. In that time price is already changed. Server responds with new price you must accept or cancel. That price difference is slippage. We noticed on high volatile marked that difference is big or nigh time when spread is high. You must accept the price if want an order.. The decision  was made to assign this difference to spread. This setting is only working when spread is 0. You don;t need to change it. It is for debugging purpose only. In some later version of EA it will be removed but we want to be sure.

15. Start minimized - It is useful when you have set in on the default MT4 template.

16. Show debug info - We may ask it to turn it on when you'll need some help. It is only for support purpose.

EA panel info and settings


Information shown in your trading panel

1. acc free margin -  shows how much free margin is on your account. Why is it actual if you can check it by your own? If many positions already in trade and you want to check free margin for new symbol trade you'll need scroll down hundreds of position to see it. That's why this info in panel.

2. free margin - this one is different then above.  It shows how much margin is generated by EA opened positions for current symbol (positions with same magic number and same symbol). If positive EA will use it for adding volume to your positions. If negative EA will not do anything even if your account has free margin. if you want to force EA to use it change value of "Margin to start with on this symbol" in panel.

3. Lots in trade - this shows how many lots in trade already putted by EA for current symbol.

4. Max volume in lots available - this shows how many lots EA can currently put into a trade. It depend on how much free margin generated by EA. If positive it will be used for next position. But must be enough for settings you stated in "% of lots to increase from lots in trade(0 - off)" or "Minimum lots to be put on every free margin" in your panel.

5. Positions opened -  it shows how many positions EA has opened for current symbol.  The black number shows positions total. The red number shows how many positions are negative (losing). This is going to be used for an extra stop in "Close all after negative positions reached:"in your panel input. If that number reaches the number you stated there the EA will stop "ALL IN" mode and close all positions.


Inputs in your panel you have to manage while trading

6. The little green or red square with text "on" or "off" inside - this is a button to minimize or maximize the EA panel. Useful when you are trading multi chart. Green color and text "off" inside means the "ALL IN" mode is not activated.  Red color and text "on" means the EA has an active "ALL IN" mode on current symbol.

7. Margin to start with on this symbol: - This is one of most important inputs in your panel. It sets your risk and sets how aggressive you are trading. It sets how much money of your current balance (free margin) it will start.

  1. For example if you have balance of 1000 and you set this input to 500 it will start with 500 of your balance. It will open first position of value 500 in your money.  Of course  you know that this new position will be negative at the beginning. That way your account free margin will be less than 500. If first position goes in your favor it will generate some profit and of course more free margin on your account.  Some of it will be used to add more volume to your first position. But it will try to keep for you around 500 of your account free margin. It is good idea to have some free margin as you will not get margin call so soon on market pull backs.
  2. If you want to go real "ALL IN"  (like in poker 😀 ) you must put in this input a number of your whole balance amount. Like Boris Reitak Sedlár does some times. But you must be sure about your decision as you will be busted! You can confirm your decisions by following Boris Reitak Sedlár in his facebook group.
  3. The other thing about this setting you can lower the risk by putting 1/5 or less of your balance. You will earn good anyway.
  4. The next thing about this input. If you want to differentiate your risk by trading several symbols(multi charting) you must trade in next manner. Lets say you are planing to trade 3 symbols and your account balance is 1000.  You open 3 charts with different symbol. On each chart you open panel and set this input to 200. You will start on each symbol with value of 200. So it will be around 3*200=600 margin used and it will leave less of 400 account free margin (maybe ~ 300). Some positions may go negative and it will "eat" your account free margin, but it will keep other symbol "ALL IN" mode alive. So the main idea is to keep account free margin for price movement!

The main idea is to keep some account free margin for price movement!

8. % of lots to increase from lots in trade(0 - off): - Next position size will be % from all positions size already in trade. For example you set it to 5 (%). First trade is 10 lots, the second trade will be when there is at least enough free margin for 10*0,05=0,5.  So now there are 10,5 lots in trade all together. The 3rd trade size will be 10,5*0,05 = 0,53  (0,525 rounded) and so on.  0 means this setting is off and it will be "Default Lot size to increase on free margin" setting used instead. We recommend it "on" only if you are planing long very long trade as it will drop more lots in market. Brokers are limiting maximum positions per symbol. Our main broker has limit of 200 positions per symbol.

9. Minimum lots to be put on every free margin: - his setting is not active if previous setting is on ("Percents of lot increment (0 is off)"). It will always increase volume the amount at least you stated here if there is free margin generated. We recommend to use this setting in most cases as you'll be probably scalping or catching big moves during the day.

10. fixed lot size --> - this setting sets EA to increase exact amount of previous two settings calculations. Some times market spikes big or there are already lot of trades opened. It happens huge amount of margin is freed. If this setting is off the EA will increase all newly freed margin. We recommend to set it off.

11. Close all after negative positions reached: - This is another safety switch. As this kind of trading is very risky it will help you reduce risk a bit. This settings is some kind of trailing stop. Ea opens opens lot of positions and on pull back some of them will go negative. This setting one deeper pull back or reversal will stop "ALL IN" mode when the number of negative positions are reached.

12. SL in pips and TP in pips - These are stop lose and take profit setting in pips (points). It is connected to first position of "ALL IN" mode. SL in pips value can also be changed by dragging the red line on the chart.

13. as price: - These two field same as above used for SL and TP but in exact price value. SL value can also be changed by dragging the red line on the chart.

14. Use broker side stops --> - If this setting is on it sets normal SL and TP. By meaning normal we mean stops on broker side like SL and TP  red dashed line as you set when trade usual. It has advantage when market is volatile like on news as it closes positions immediately. Ea can't close hundred positions in few milliseconds especially when you have high ping with broker's server (it may take several seconds). It would be great to use it all the time on, but there is one big "BUT"...

All brokers are protecting there servers from big load and they are limiting how many messages you can send to the server to prevent from server attacks. You send order - it is one message. You set Sl - it is another message. You set TP  - it is another messages.  You change SL on hundred position - it is 100 messages. Can you imagine how many messages will be send in one successful "ALL IN" mode session if you set trailing stop on? We recommend it to keep it "off" and let EA manage virtual SL and TP even it is lagging. Otherwise yo can get such letter from your broker:

15. Trailing stop (0 - OFF) - This sets the trailing stop. You can also change it by dragging the red line on the chart. To switch it of put 0 in the input field.