Click now or later on the question mark icon for an introduction to our platform in less than a minute.
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Introduction to our platform in less than 1 minute.
Click on a system name to see this system with all the statistics in a large chart.
If you add a system to simulation later, use the - and + keys to control the risk per trade. An explanation can be found above the - and + keys when you mouse over the i - icon next to 'Risk per Trade in%'.
The Risk control panel also shows you how the adjustment changes the risk of the system. For a detailed description, now mouseover the i - icon next to Risk control .
In this menu you will find over 100 tested trading systems. Only the best 10 systems per currency pair are displayed.
Now set the slide switch of any system to "On". Repeat this for up to 10 different systems to create your own PlentyFolio.
Now click Simulation to go to the simulation page. You will then see your newly activated system with all statistical key figures and a large chart in the middle of the screen. Try it out!
The number of your selected trading systems sending signals to your account can be found in this circle.
As a registered user, you can send the signals from this system to your account by clicking "Add to Plenty EA" .Now click on a green "Add to Plenty EA" button to end this tour and sign up for a free demo account. Then start by clicking the question mark icon ( In the menu next to the "LOGIN" button), re-introduce the guide to learn how to use the Plenty EA.
Your chosen strategy has now been added to your account. You'll find the number of strategies that send signals in a circle.
Demo EA sends the signal to your trial account and Plenty EA to your live account.
To switch to the account view, click Demo EA / Plenty EA.
This is the end of our short introduction. You are now in your account view. The newly added system can be found on the right in the Trading System List (TSL). Click on the button "ALL SYSTEMS" to open the TSL.
For a detailed description of using our platform, see Tutorials .