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Vortex Trader PRO (By vortextraderpro )

Gain : +2131.88%
Drawdown 27.67%
Pips: 2247.4
Trades 474
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:200
Trading: Automated

Vortex Trader PRO Discussion

vortextraderpro
May 27 2015 at 18:44
84 posts
Actually - I have backup plans for someone to continue managing everything for me or release EA to customers - if I'm not available for some reason or another.

FXSniper (Martin101)
May 28 2015 at 07:03
32 posts
If you are so worried about small things like this then perhaps you should not start trading?. You can clearly see here Doug's history and live charts together with his money back guarantee.. what more do you want!

Moe Metwally (quickservicela)
May 28 2015 at 07:08
4 posts
how do we know that this is not just another account manipulated by a server for better results ?

FXSniper (Martin101)
May 28 2015 at 07:09
32 posts
Here's a small piece of advice for anyone considering buying this EA.

If you are really serious about trading you must know that with any business you have to invest capital to get started. I started my business over 12 years ago I had to sign into a 5 year contract for the lease of the property I rented. I was not 100% sure that my business would work but I was willing to take that risk, I then had to buy stock, computers, vehicles and tools for my trade. Again, I was not 100% sure that my business would be a success but I was willing to work hard and take that risk. BUT had the business not worked out for me, I could have lost many 1000's

I'm sure that many of Doug's clients here would agree, risk and trust go hand-in-hand, it has worked out for me and many others and I'm sure that if you invest in this EA and follow his instructions closely you will get your investment back and make some serious profits It not a lot of money to invest... but for me, the rewards have been much better that I could have ever expected.

If you want to make serious money you have to invest first......

Moe Metwally (quickservicela)
May 28 2015 at 07:11
4 posts
Moe Metwally (quickservicela)
May 28 2015 at 11:48
4 posts
i like your view on things ..you have to take the risk . Well thats forex ,what i'm doing is simply trying to find out the real thing about a system. You see its not only people that praise their product or system a distraction at times from the truth , its also people that talk shit that is a distraction as well . All i'm doing is trying to filter the real good systems from the bogus ones.

narf
May 29 2015 at 07:51
4 posts
Martin101 posted:
Here's a small piece of advice for anyone considering buying this EA.

If you are really serious about trading you must know that with any business you have to invest capital to get started. I started my business over 12 years ago I had to sign into a 5 year contract for the lease of the property I rented. I was not 100% sure that my business would work but I was willing to take that risk, I then had to buy stock, computers, vehicles and tools for my trade. Again, I was not 100% sure that my business would be a success but I was willing to work hard and take that risk. BUT had the business not worked out for me, I could have lost many 1000's

I'm sure that many of Doug's clients here would agree, risk and trust go hand-in-hand, it has worked out for me and many others and I'm sure that if you invest in this EA and follow his instructions closely you will get your investment back and make some serious profits It not a lot of money to invest... but for me, the rewards have been much better that I could have ever expected.

If you want to make serious money you have to invest first......


I glad you brought this up because this is the perfect example. I do feel as this program is a type of lease, which is the main reason I'm not loving it, because this is a day by day lease. The landlord can just come and say get up get out anytime it wants. I understand Doug doesn't want to give away his programming code, but there has to be a way he can give the EA with code encrypted and not needing him to authenticate each time we use it. Basically what I want is after I buy the EA to not have any involvement with Doug anymore if I don't need to and the EA is doing its thing with or without Doug. Is it possible or am I missing something?

edwardopp
May 29 2015 at 07:51
40 posts
Hello, @quickservicela! I agree with you 100%. Maybe VTP is just as advertised, but it's hard to know, so much dishonest dealings around forex. The main risk is not even the EA cost, but the capital you may lose if the account turns out to be bogus. Would be great to speak with some satisfiued VTP users by skype.

FXSniper (Martin101)
May 29 2015 at 20:03
32 posts
edwardopp posted:
Hello, @quickservicela! I agree with you 100%. Maybe VTP is just as advertised, but it's hard to know, so much dishonest dealings around forex. The main risk is not even the EA cost, but the capital you may lose if the account turns out to be bogus. Would be great to speak with some satisfiued VTP users by skype.



I had the same concerns at first as you so when I purchased the VTP EA I decided to run a test on a brokers demo trading account for a few weeks, just to be sure. I was glad to find that it worked out just as advertised and copied the same trade as seen on this site...

In response to 'narf' post: Remember that you only pay just one lifetime fee ($799) Also, as with all trade copier robots you have little control when trades are opened and closed but you do have control over your preferred risk & reward settings. Doug recommends not to change any other settings. However, you can manually open and close your own trades in the normal way if you wished.

vortextraderpro
May 30 2015 at 03:26
84 posts
Edwardopp: Yes, there are dishonest people. But if you want to build trust with my system, test it on a DEMO account before going LIVE. Then you risk no investment to see trades are the same.

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