The “A” and “B” series are a bit similar to the groups in their operation, but add more of the numbers attacked to their charts.

  • “A” series – numbers 0-18
  • “B” series – numbers 19-36

  • attack functions * series “A” * launches a manual attack on groups 1, 2, 3, 4
  • attack functions * series “B” * launches a manual attack on groups 5, 6, 7, 8

When describing the operation of the groups, we wrote that due to the fact that the curve of their plot is the sum of several attacked numbers, all protection functions and the “Target” function are burdened with an imprecise activation threshold, i.e. the difference between the point set on the diagram and the actual moment of their activation. In the case of the series, the situation is similar, although the threshold of activation of the protection points may be even less precise, because in the series we can deal with even nineteen attacked numbers.

  • Series functions in which the interaction points with the graph curve are burdened with an imprecise activation threshold: *
  • “Auto” – Automatic attack – when the plot curve reaches the point that stops the attack – (protection point).
  • “PP” – Position protector – at the moment when the graph curve reaches the point that stops the attack – (protection point).
  • AAL – Active mean line – at the moment when the graph curve is crossed by the mean – (guard point).
  • “Stop loss” – at the moment when the chart curve reaches the point that stops the attack – (the protection point).
  • “Trailing stop” – at the moment when the plot curve reaches the point that stops the attack – (protection point).
  • “Target” – at the moment when the plot curve crosses the “Target” point – (attack point).
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