To begin with it is important to understand the FX Secret Signals is not your usual Forex robot. In fact it’s a very different concept of an automated EA altogether for a number of reasons not the least of which is cost. Up front I can tell you that FX Secrets is, in the long run, quite a great deal more expensive than many other Forex robots. The question is of course what can it do that other EA s cannot?
From the minute you hit the Forex Bullet Proof sales page you notice something a bit different. The copy is clever, it does not scream out about this EA being able to gain you a lifestyle full of Lamborghinis and big houses on private islands. It actually offers a fairly straightforward explanation of why the developer believes that his EA works. Refreshing, but good copy writing does not mean that you have created a great Forex robot, only that you hired a good writer. So how does Forex Bullet Proof really stack up against an ever growing field of EA...
Million Dollar Pips is one of the newer entrants onto the Forex robot scene. The developer – one William Morrison – admits on his sales page to being a software developer rather than a seasoned Forex trader but also claims that his software knowledge combined with 18 months of research and testing – both demo and live – has resulted in an EA that is hard to beat and easy enough for the absolute beginner to use successfully – but does Million Dollar Pips performance actually back up his claims?
A great many of the Forex robots available today can only be used to deal with one or two currency pairs – usually USD/GBP and/or USD/EUR. That is not the way many successful “live’ forex traders like to play the game though, ask many of them and you will find that they like to deal with at least four. FAP Turbo is an EA that can deal in up to five. But is it right for you?
Ask anyone who has much experience in trading on the Forex market with an EA robot and many of them will quickly tell you at least one story about having purchased – or knowing someone who purchased – a Forex robot that turned out to be a complete dud, despite having a great flashy website and some decent looking backtesting numbers. Leo Trader Pro claims to very different, but is it really?
These days as the interest in forex trading has exploded there really are dozens of EA s out there, all of which of course claim to be better than their competitors and a sensible person, whether they have forex trading experience or are just getting into the game will be best served by looking beyond the inevitable hype on the sales page to what each EA can actually do and how it has performed in the past. The Forex Megadroid sales page makes a lot of very lofty claims but the question is does it live up to them?
Is Forex Morning trade a scam? Forex Morning Trade is one of a number of EA robots offered via Clickbank, one of the leading e commerce solutions for Forex. It works a little differently than some of the other Forex robots out there today but if you are serious about making your fortune in the Forex world (or making a nice amount of money anyway) it always pays to explore what is available, in the form of EA s and other tools, to help you on your way to achieving that goal. Overview of Strategy Forex Morning Trade has it...
Wall Street Forex Robot is an Expert Advisor product ran through Plimus, one of Forex’s top E-Commerce solutions. This is one of the most popular forex EA options today so anyone who keeps up with Forex Expert Advisor systems or robots should at least have a basic knowledge on how this system works. Strategy Overview: This program is a scalper that looks to lock in many smaller profits. You will hear more about this in the Backtesting section but Wall Street Forex Robot is profitable in roughly three out of four trades that it makes. Wall Street Forex Robot opens...
The FX markets (majors) remain in tight ranges. We started off the week searching out trend, but we really didn’t expect much to come off a Monday. As we prepare for the second day of the week, we realize that this long summer is nearing its close, and that the markets will have to find direction before long.