Sorry if I sound negative, but for me you are approaching this with the wrong mindset. You speak of getting back 'your' €1000 but you can't, it's gone, you lost it. If you treat the market like a competitor who owes you money lost then in my experience that is often the start of a slide towards larger losses. If I have a losing month in trading, then I try to look at my annual revenue and see that in the big picture I'm still up. If I have a losing day then I hope to be up on the week.
This is largely a currency trading forum, so most on here would, I think, advocate trading currencies as the best way to make a return on your trading efforts, I certainly would.
Personally, however, I don't do bots or trade copying - I'd rather know at all times why I am in a trade and why I am not in a trade. I might as well be investing in sheep's wool or gold waste or something if I am just putting my money - and my faith - in someone else's efforts. So either hire a financial advisor and look for some investments or, if you want to be more involved and proactive, learn to trade and then trade your own funds in the market.
But I would strongly urge you to write off a loss, write off a losing trade, try to move past it and forget it and then treat each trading period as a blank canvas. And I have never heard of anyone making good money for an extended period of years simply copying others' trades. If that were possible, then it would be the most mainstream investment on Earth.
I hope that that helps and doesn't sound too preachy/negative. Apologies if so, that is not my intention.