Today I’m looking at a new trading robot that’s focused on bringing traders stable profits, FX Maximal EA. This trading system is built to make the right decisions on behalf of the trader. The developers believe that this is a quick and efficient solution for every person who wants to make money easily as the robot is “pure magic in disguise.”
There is currently no address for the vendor offices, but traders can contact support via a contact form located at the bottom of their website. For all robot reviews and ratings go here.
FX Maximal EA Review
According to the sales page traders who sign up with the FX Maximal EA are “ushering in a lifetime of profits.” I appreciate the type of confidence that they have in their product. They really want us to know that there system is safe, reliable and efficient. These come across as the foundations of the trading system, which I certainly share in my own personal trading habits.
They also want us to know that the software is non-martingale. This limits the amount of risk, and is very important to the vendor.
Like other robots, the system is easy to use, can run on a smaller account and is fully automated. Outside of this, there is actually very little information on the sales page. Normally Forex robots come with much more detail about how the system works and what we can expect from it after signing up.
- Type: Forex Robot
- Price: $323/Standard, $499/Premium
- Strategy: Non-Martingale
- Timeframe: M15
- Pairs: EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD
In the breakdown, you will see that I wrote that this is a non-martingale strategy. I write this because the vendor does not explained to us what type of strategy this is, but on twp occasions specifically states that this is not martingale. 30% of the content on the webpage is just telling us how this isn’t martingale, I’d love to have more information on what it is.
From what we can see in the trading results it looks like the FX Maximal EA is a scalper. The average trade duration is 47 minutes, with the average win being 3.63 pips and the average loss being 13.42 pips. This is a risk reward ratio of approximately 1-4, which is okay for a scalping system.
It does look like this software will require a low spread brokerage to be very successful. The my FX book account provided by the vendor shows a gain of nearly 2400% in a period of around 8 months. This is certainly an impressive return, but we’ve seen accounts like these before in the past.
Let’s not get caught up to deep with the results until we can see real traders showing us that they can get the exact same results.
It still really early for the FX Maximal EA system, some going to provide a 3 star review, and then revisit this page soon. I do have interest in this robot, but as I just mentioned in the trading results section, I would like to see real trader accounts that match up with these results before I get involved. There have been vendors in the past, that have provided trading accounts that are thousands of percents positive, but the clients can never reproduce the same stats. Hopefully, that’s not the case here, but we have to be careful.
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