Without knowing more I might have a couple of possible concerns. Spread is set at 10, and that would equal 1 pip. That’s okay, and realistic if you’re looking for a consistent baseline to test against, but sometimes IRL spreads are wider than that. Given the rather small average profit and loss trade size, it makes me wonder if this EA is making very small trades. If that’s the case, then I could see potential trouble when a spread is wider than what you’ve tested with, and that little bit of movement you’re successfully claiming in backtesting is getting swallowed up by a pip or two of spread and the $2.00 isn’t there for the taking anymore. I could be wrong though. You could always test again with “current” or a higher spread to check
If you’re concerned about it, run it in a demo account for a little while and see if results match your backtesting… then come back and let us know!