Signals aren't needed to set stop losses although they can be used in certain situations ie, to delay it triggering due to spikes in prices etcBunchie3174 wrote: ↑Wed May 02, 2018 2:46 pmAny chance you can show examples of how to set signals and place them in the correct positions to prevent losses?
For instance, show a simple offset bot that will green up when a loss is incurred. It's these losses that crucify my bank so I want to get them sorted.
The 'values' field seems a variable but what does it refer to? Minutes, occurrences, odds, money?
It seems placement in the order of rules is important, this needs explaining. Do you have to put a signal rule in 'before' a 'greening' rule? Is a signal rule contained within a greening rule?
I can set up a bot to place bets but I haven't managed to get any bot to behave when i want to set a safety net to cut losses. I'd welcome a 101 on setting up failsafes, or where the answers lie. I've tried everything I can find on the forum but nothing seems to be working. Just again a bot failed to cut out a losing position and let the losses run.
Any assistance welcome.
When creating any stop loss / stop rule it is never guaranteed 100% on in-play markets due to the in-play betting delay and voliatility, for example if you have backed a horse and it falls you will encur a total loss - no stop loss or rule can do anything about it.
There are some general Profit/loss target bots you can download
but if you have a specfic idea for one or circumstance you want to use it and it can be done just post up the details and ill add an example