That is totally correct, cause most of the time you can have some expert advisor programming work for you forever or something like that really. So I do not see any results anyway from them after month or so. You should do your own way and do not take advices how to trade from broker.
Ammy2323 posted: Many EA promoted by Forex brokers can guarantee the interests of customers. Is this promotion method correct?
EA is a program. Such program can be written by almost anybody. It does not guarantee anything. Look for long term account results instead. If you see trading account with stable results for years there is higher probability it will work in future.
Guarantees are worthless all they mean is that if you do not get what is promised then you will get a refund. Say you Buy an EA for $100 and lose $10,000 using it, the EA developer will not give you $10,000 back, at most you will get $100
TitusD posted: Guarantees are worthless all they mean is that if you do not get what is promised then you will get a refund. Say you Buy an EA for $100 and lose $10,000 using it, the EA developer will not give you $10,000 back, at most you will get $100
That’s the reality! And this is why I prefer manual trading; at least I can analysis on my own trading fault!
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