No, this is a dumb idea. Why do you have to pay for his demo signals while there are many real signals at MQL5???? I have no idea why a bunch of you still hope that this EA works? Go learn a manual system rather than relying on a ghost . some newbies don't even spend time to read about all warnings in this thread.
OK, first comment ever for me but I'll give it a go.
I worked for many years inside MT forex Brokers and I think many people are lacking of the knowledge or experience to properly asses a product.
First of all, a fact:
Demo Servers run on average on a much higher latency than Real ones, ergo the execution should be far worst on a Demo if comparing it to a slippage free environment on A book or a properly run B book Dealing Desk with instant execution.
Saying that, if you know what I am talking about and selected the right trading environment results are usually better on a Live Account, more reliable; if you know how to select the right broker.
I have bought this EA, I am testing it now with 10K... why not?
I know if you have a good server, not the cheap ones for 20$; you are getting a decent environment to run 1 MT4... no more; considering you are running 20-24 pairs at the same time (under their guidance).
I know money managers that are making money using a local copier from a Demo signal, how about that?
You have to make sure your system is always functioning correctly, even twice a day but at the end of the day... Demo or Live results makes little different on my opinion.
Find the broker which offers the best and most reliable execution and that's it, anyway.. I hope I am not upsetting anyone with this comment.
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