$500 or $1000? AutoPilot Automated Trading System

Welcome to our blog! Today, on October 18th, we are diving into the world of autopilot trading with an eight-range chart. We will be using a specific template and settings to guide us through this trading adventure. Please remember that trading involves risks, and only invest funds you can afford to lose.

Setting the Stage

Our journey begins around 10:20 AM, and we’ll be adjusting our system to match the current market conditions. The key settings we will explore are as follows:

  1. Immediate Start: We will set the system to start trading immediately rather than waiting for the next new trade signal.
  2. Daily Profit Target: We will aim to make a daily profit of $1,000. The system will cease trading if this target is achieved.
  3. Daily Loss Limit: To manage risk, we will also set a daily loss limit of $1,000. If we reach this limit, the system will shut down.

Trading in Action

Now, let’s break down how this system works using a practical example.

  1. Initial Trade: We start by entering a long position at 10:15, at a price of 4384. This trade is successful as the trailing stop takes us out at 4389.
  2. Subsequent Trade: As we turn on the system, it enters a short position at 4389. This entry is based on the current signal, which means we might enter at a worse, similar, or better price than the previous trade.
  3. Profit Limit Reached: If our trades yield $1,000 profit, the system will stop trading for the day.
  4. Loss Limit Reached: If we hit a $1,000 daily loss, the system will shut down.

Advanced Settings

To optimize trading with this system, consider these additional settings:

  • Max Bars in a Loss: You can set the system to close a position if it’s losing for a specific number of bars, such as two. This is a conservative approach.
  • Max Bars without Profit: The system can also close a position if it doesn’t reach the profit target within a set number of bars.
  • Trailing Stop: The system utilizes a trailing stop that follows the market, allowing for dynamic management of trades.
  • Break-Even Option: If the trade moves a certain distance in your favor, it can be moved to break even.
  • Ultimate Target: The system works toward a daily profit goal, in this case, $1,000.


In today’s session, we witnessed the autopilot trading system in action. It successfully achieved the daily profit target, and we learned how to set essential parameters to manage risk and secure profits. Remember that this is just one approach to trading, and it’s essential to align your strategy with your risk tolerance and trading goals.

If you have any questions or need further information about the autopilot trading system, please visit our website at datradetowin.com or email us. We hope this guide has provided you with valuable insights into automated trading. Stay tuned for more trading tips and strategies in our future blog posts. Happy trading!

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