The DCA module can sometime lead to trades sitting for quite some time, depending on market conditions. For example a coin may not quite reach 1% profit in a sideways market for several days. It would be more efficient to dump these trades so that capital can be released for other trades. In the case of long running DCA trades is it suggested to automatically lower the % profit required to achieve a sell, probably in stages, e.g. once the trade goes over 5 buys or 5 hours then reduce the required profit by 0.1%, keep doing this on a periodic basis until minimum profit after fees is reached.
Added this to the charts and sell calculator, monitoring to see how it goes. The method employed in this first attempt is to reduce the profit seek percentage by 0.1% every hour that the trade exists. So if the trade is on for 1 hour, then the amount of profit it will look for becomes 0.9% for the next hour and so on to a minimum of 0.3%. That should mean positions are able to sell off faster than before in a down trending market and still make enough profit to cover fees with a little on top. Of course, if the trade completes in the first hour or two, which is the hoped for outcome, then those trades will still remain profitable at around 1 or 0.9 %