Author Topic: How to view when marketfeeder stoped by stop loss/stop profit  (Read 1972 times)

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Hello everyone ;-)

Actually I'm running the back-dutch-loss-recovery trigger.
What I'm looking for is how to setup some configuration that I can see if the trigger is running or not, or if it has stopped by stop loss/stop profit.


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Hi Adriano,

A trigger does not have a permanent state of being active or inactive (unless you explicitly disable it in the file). Its conditions are checked after each market refresh and can become satisfied at any moment. Similarly, they can stop being satisfied at any moment if the situation in the market changes.

That's what the trigger logs are for: they document each trigger iteration, recording which condition was true and which one was false. You can check the trigger logs by clicking on the corresponding trigger while having the market in which you are interested open on the screen.

Here's a video tutorial explaining how to do this:

As a quick hint on what could be preventing the trigger from firing, you can check the text below the name of the trigger (see the screenshot attached).
Always try your triggers in Test Mode before switching to real money!

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Thank you ;D