Beadelta posted: It is fraud EA. Dont believe because my friend pay this EA and not work in serius broker, only scam broker.
If it is a real account with trading records verified and trading privileges verified (which mean with two such verifications and we still cannot believe them), why do you say it's a scam EA? Your comment indirectly imply that myfxbook is a scam publisher. I don't understand. Please show your proofs or findings. Also, if possible, answer pc8multifx's question if you are really going to help us all here.
I have checked the trades of the EA on a demo account.Its pure pip-hunting and as such,no good broker will accept it.It will work fine on demo account but on live accounts,I doubt it.The guy should make public his broker.If you want to use ECN,i guess the commission will clear all the profit.
Proof me wrong fxrobot by displaying your broker/s
Well I have been through the records of Fx Robot basically the EA used is targeting 1 pip in an average with a lot size $43 it’s reasonable enough to make me understand now how this EA works, basically it's a scalping way of trading on 1 minute or 5 minute chart so naturally it could yield good results, keeping in mind that the EA to be back tested and fine tuned else it could lead to losses more than profits.
Still I would recommend having a target profit for the day and quit the market and trading the next day no matter how powerful your EA is.
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