Forex 3D robot is the latest software from Rita Lasker. Lasker has had a long history of trading systems in recent days has been providing a new software every 2 to 3 months. Some say that Rita is releasing systems too quickly and is not able to support or improve upon the other system she is releasing.
Today I will be providing a detailed review discussing the pros and cons of Rita Lasker and her latest Forex robot.
Forex 3D Robot Review
Reading claims that with the Forex 3D robot per focus has shifted to safety. She believes that utilizing order management in a more realistic way taking advantage of stoploss take profit and break even levels will provide traders with more favorable outcomes. The software is used on the M 30 timeframe and trades three pairs (EURGBP, GBPJPY, EURJPY) simultaneously.
The five-step order management system for the Forex 3D robot is being outlined is the most important part of the system by Rita Lasker. The first step looks at the time to place a trade an attempt to limit the amount of hours traded per day. The second, is your basic money management, third step is your stoploss and take profit, fourth step is the trailing stoploss feature and breakeven sensitivity, fifth and last step is a focus on how the robot closes orders.
The Forex 3D robot uses to trend indicators while collecting market information to decide on a trade. These indicators use parameters such as fractal adaptive and the stochastic oscillator information to provide trading opportunities. The system has a very loose tool trade ability that will open a second order if the software believes the first order is going in the right direction.
There are no real live results for this software yet but the Forex 3D robot developers to provide us with a screenshot showing some of the potential this Forex robot provides. These results are not verified by any means and are not my personal results so please look at these with a grain of salt.
I will not be providing a full recommendation for the Forex 3D robot today. I think this is a software worth watching over the next few months to see if it provides some of the outcomes Rita Lasker hopes for. If you something you would like to contribute to the Forex 3D robot review please leave your comments below. As always I appreciate all of your contributions and thoughts.
I ran Rita Lasker`s forex 3d robot for 2 months and 1wk. The first month june I ran all 3 currency pairs. So in june euro/jpy made a loss of -£310.27, euro/gbp was +£231.82, and gbp/jpy was +£177.67. So a combined total of +£99.22.
Month 2 I dropped the euro/jpy because of the big losses. I was sent an updated version of the robots and ran these.
So month 2 euro/gbp was +£143.70, while gbp/jpy was -£102.05, a combined total of +£41.65.
I started month 3, but dropped gbp/jpy, and ran euro/gbp for another week. Had a big loss at the start of the week and got that back, so ended the week +£15. But decided to call it a day.
So my total for 2 months and 1 week using the default settings was +£155.87 on a live account.
So a little profit but nothing like the sales pitch results.
Euro/jpy had 9 losses and 13 wins in the first month, but the average win was to small to make up for the losses.
Euro/gbp had 2 losses and 17 wins in the first month.
gbp/jpy had 2 losses and 25 wins in the first month.
Month 2 gbp/jpy had 7 losses and 23 wins, but because of the low average win lost money.
The euro/gbp had 1 loss and 10 wins month 2.
I dropped euro/jpy month 3 but only kept euro/gbp running for 1 week of august as it started with a big loss.
Average losses where so big I decided to stop the robot while it was still in some profit.