If a strategy’s equity becomes 0 or less, all open trades in the strategy are automatically closed (this is known as stop out). Sometimes this change is bigger than the strategy’s equity at the time, so results in a negative balance for the strategy. When this happens, the strategy’s equity is reset to 0 by a specially scripted command, NULL_command.
When a strategy reaches a negative equity because of stop out, investments copying that strategy may reflect a negative equity as well. In this case, the investor should stop copying the strategy, so their equity in the investment can be reset to 0 by the same command, NULL_command.
Important: Exness does not take the negative results of a wallet balance into account after closing an investment, as the negative balance is compensated.
We recommend reading on the copying process for an investor for more information.