Every broker has maximum limit on the lot size of a symbol.
However, the live trade can't be proceeded if the lot size is too big.
Which below will happen if the lot size is too big according to your real experience?
1. the live trade can be proceeded only if the lot size is less than the maximum limit of the broker.
2. the live trade can be proceeded partly based on the live volume if the lot size is too big.
3. the live trade can't be proceeded if the lot size is too big.
Besides, how to tell a lot size is too big to proceed?
4. Besides, how to tell a lot size is too big to proceed?
2. depends on the broker but I guess NO
3. I guess correct - but may be broker depending
4. start from reading the reference MarketInfo().
Sorry to tell what you answered aren't what I asked.
Let me try to ask this way:
When the lot size is too big, the live trade can not be proceeded because there is no sufficient real volume at the price that I set within a slippage(e.g. within the latest live spread). Correct?
And the lot size maybe hasn't reached the maximum lot size limit of a broker or market. Then according to what can I define a reasonable maximum lot size limit in my codes so that my live trades can be proceeded?
Dir sir, what you mean by that? Then how should I control the slippage or trading price by my codes?
What price does the code get to trade lively? How to define slippage reasonably?
By the way, there's no slippage in OrderModify().
How to control the slippage for takeprofit and stoploss?
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