Forex Astrobot is another scam trading solution that was released under Rita Lasker’s label. The preseason usually has no explanations about what’s going on with the robot on demo or real account. She claims that it’s “The most anticipated product for Forex traders!”
Is this robot a viable option?
Of course, no. The robot is an iconic scam that should be avoided. Every Rita’s product is a clear danger for your account.
How to start trading with Forex Astrobot
The presentation includes some details which most of them aren’t proved:
- The robot works automatically for us.
- The installation process takes several minutes.
- It seeks trading opportunities on the market.
- The Trailing Stop feature helps to cover gained profits.
- The robot allows us to “minimize our losses by decreasing the lot size if the market conditions are not stable enough.”
- There’s welcome support if we have some questions that need to be answered.
- The system runs a “unique trading algorithm that will execute highly profitable trades for us.”
- The Money-management system can calculate Lot Sizes for us.
- The system avoids placing orders if market conditions aren’t okay.
- It works only on the MT4.
- The system can apply different Stop Losses for different success rates.
- The strategy is still not introduced.
- It can work on time frames from M15 to H1.
- We should have at least $200 on out trading account to get started.
Forex Astrobot costs $99. The original price is $328, and it’s fake. It’s only a marketing trick. We can rely on the 30-day refund policy.
The extended pack costs $228. The system has an advanced additional algorithm, profit multiplication mode, ultimate success rate, losing trades filter, 24/7 support, and remote assistance option. The intel about “advanced additional algorithm” sounded unclear and wasn’t explained well.
Forex Astrobot Backtests
We have only this screenshot of how the backtest was performed. Alas, it’s not enough to convince us that the system was tested well. The final table should have been introduced to us so we can check the results of the test running.
So, years go but her presentations are scams. We have endless screenshots that were photoshopped over. All these profits were fake. The first reason, the Info block is presented only on the last screenshot. In the top-right corner, there’s an icon that says something is connected to the chart. She must know we need real or demo but verified trading results. Only those can show us how the system works on the market and provide data about account balance, accuracy rate, drawdowns, leverage, broker, profit factor, trade length, and so on.
We suggest you not treat Rita Lasker as a real person. The reason is we have never seen any sign of her Facebook, MQL5, or any other profile. She doesn’t exist. Most likely, someone has been using this photo to scam people with the intel that it’s a “kind” of a woman in Forex robot design and so on. Most of the well-known developers have verified feedback on Trustpilot or Forex Peace Army, or at least on MQL5.
We have some screenshots of fake testimonials received by email. As we may note, these letters were received within two hours. So, they are 100% fake. If not, there was a wide range period. Probably, someone sent these messages, or they were simply photoshopped.
- It’s clear that the service is a scam. So we can save a lot of time and money.
- No settings explanations provided
- No risk advice given
- No backtest reports provided
- Fake trading results that were photoshopped
- No people’s feedback provided
- We have concerns about a money-back guarantee
Forex Astrobot is a scam like everything “Rita Lasker” or a real person behind her does. It’s a solution that 100% sure should be avoided for the best. The presentation doesn’t have explanations about strategies and settings, backtest reports or trading results.