Money management (MM) is one of the most crucial issues in trading, especially in trading with martingale EAs. So, be very careful here. The basic MM rules for trading with Forex Warrior are very simple: use a starting lot of 0.01 per each 10,000 currency units on your account for each currency pair. So, for trading one currency pair you need at least 10,000 currency units and for trading 3 pairs you need at least 30,000 currency units. If you have a regular $ or EUR account with minimal lot of 0.01, you need at least 10,000 (better, 30,000) $ or EUR. If your deposit is less than 10,000$, you HAVE to use a cent account (or an account with non-standard lot size). On a cent account, you see your, say, 1,000$ as 100,000 (cents), so you can trade with Forex Warrior with just 100$ (=10,000 cents) if you wish. Here are some simple examples. 1. You have a deposit of 50,000$. The correct total starting lot is then 0.05. So, you can trade 3 pairs with starting lots 0.02, 0.02, 0.01 (0.02+0.02+0.01=0.05), or trade 5 pairs with starting lot 0.01, or trade one pair with starting lot 0.05 (nor recommended). 2. You have a deposit of 5,000$. You open a cent account and see your deposit as 500,000 (cents). The correct total starting lot is 0.5. You can trade as many pairs as you wish as long as the sum of all starting lots is 0.5. What is the recommended trading configuration? The optimal configuration seems to be 3 currency pairs per account. The best pair to trade is GBPUSD. The second best is EURUSD. Then come AUDUSD and NZDUSD. So, a trading configuration to start with might be GBPUSD + EURUSD + (AUDUSD or NZDUSD) on one trading account. If you are a new user and/or trading on a large deposit and would like to be on the conservative side, use the low-risk settings provided with the EA. If you are trading on the mininal deposit (10,000), we strongly recommend you to trade one pair (GBPUSD) and use low-risk settings only.