What do we know about a Forex Pin robot?
Today’s review is about a Forex Pin Robot that uses Speculative Sentiment Index (SSI), The presentation is unique because anything is clickable there. SSI is a powerful contrarian indicator that locates trading opportunities by gauging trader positioning and sentiment on Forex.
The last update has been received in July 2019. The devs can guarantee the same results only on an LQDFX broker.
This we found only in a FAQ chapter. It’s bad that the robot can’t be backtested. The second restriction is more about bad robot-design. A lot of robots have no problems with this at all. It means that it’s no hard to design an EA to close with closing the terminal.
So. there’s a robot that combines both systems: Agimat FX and Forex-Pin and probably should work quicker.
Forex Pin can trade currency pairs, Cryptos, metal, futures, indices, commodities, bonds, shares, and energy.
The dev sold signal providing as well. The offer is if we buy Forex-Pin we’ll receive free scalp signals as well.
Not verified results
The dev introduced this screenshot one year old as real trading results.
When we tried to click on myfxbook account to check, this action is not allowed. So, it’s a picture that us half a year old (updated 11.21.2019).
There are several one-year-old comments about robot performance. These comments are fake because any of those people comment about other robots.
It’s disappointing to see this because they treat us like idiots.
The price is extremely high. For 675EUR we’ll get a real license, no demo licenses, free updates, and email support.
The real price varies and is $954. The dev provides no refund policy.
- No pros
- All over the place presentation
- No setting explanations provided
- No backtests provided
- No trading results provided
- 3rd-party verified account has been closed
- Fake feedback
- Insane price
- No demo account
- No refund policy
It isn’t a robot you have to go in 2020. There’s nothing to buy. It looks like the robot exists but the results of its performance don’t. The devs usually close the main account in one case if the robot zeroed it. Provided feedback form ForexPeace Armey is fake. The final price is insane for a no-name robot. As a cherry on the top is that the dev doesn’t provide a money-back guarantee.