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## Calculate Break Even Price of 2 or more orders

 137 PlanandTrade 2014.08.31 14:39   Hello,if i have 2 order open with idfferent Lotsize, how can i calculate at which price the both orders have zero win loose?I have here a exampel.Order one Sell open at 1.35000 and Order two Buy open at 1.3520The first Order have 0.1 lot and the second Order have 0.25 Lot.The second order is open 20 pips above the sellorder but she have more lotsize, is it possible to calculate the price when both orders have zero win/loss?Is it also possible to calculate that break even price when i have for exampel a order number 3 open which could be a sell order open at 1.3500 again with for exampel 0.7 lot?
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WHRoeder 2014.08.31 21:25 #

 PlanandTrade: if i have 2 order open with idfferent Lotsize, how can i calculate at which price the both orders have zero win loose? Lots weighted average price
 137 PlanandTrade 2014.08.31 21:38 #   Thank you WHRoeder, that looks right.
 137 PlanandTrade 2014.09.04 13:33 #   Hello,can somebody look to my following calculation and help me to correct it, i am getting a result for Break Even price which is not right, the price must to fall a few pips more to get that trade at break even, but i dont find what i am making wrong:1. Order one Long with 0.1 lot open at 1.64557 in GBPUSD2. Order two Short with 0.25 lot open at 1.64476 in GBPUSDMy calculation looks so:      0.1 * 1.64557 = 0,164557    -0.25 * 1.64476 = -0,41119    0.164557 + -0.41119 = -0,246633    0.1 + -0.25 = -0.15    -0,246633 / -0.15 = 1.64422At 1.64422 the loose from the first order is not recovered, the second order just have open 2 pips above that calculated break even price. But i dont find what i am making wrong in the calculation, does somebody from you know it?
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WHRoeder 2014.09.04 14:40 #

 PlanandTrade: , the price must to fall a few pips more to get that trade at break even, but i dont find what i am making wrong: That is the break even price except for the spread on the short.If you want to know the Bid price where the short will close at the Ask, ADD the spread to all short OOP.