Let’s talk about a logoless presentation of FluidTrader.
We’re offered for tripling an account.
It’s such a big deal, right?
Detailed Forex Robot Review
Usually, many scam services use these promos and attractions to capture people’s attention.
It was impossible to find EA’s strategies and features.
Instead of something useful for us, we have that stupid wording.
Only at the end of the presentation, we could get something that can help us:
- The robot can analyze “movements across many symbols,” adapt info and open a trade.
- The system is designed to check historical movement for many symbols on bigger time frames.
- “It takes advantage of the price action’s large mean reversion component to predict the future behavior of the currency.”
- The EA works on the M5 timeframe, using a package of indicators.
- It has a money-management system to cut losses and trade profits all the way.
FluidTrader Strategy Tests
It was an AUD/USD backtest with ECN spreads (5) on the M5 timeframe. The modeling quality was 90%. An initial deposit (07.2015) was $10k. The total net profit was $43.2k in (07.2017). The robot traded 2469 deals with a 2.96 Profit Factor. A maximum drawdown was 32.18%. The win-rate was between 86% and 88%.
Demo Live Account Trading Results
The EA ran a demo USD account on MEX Exchange with 1:200 leverage on the MetaTrader 4 platform. The account was created on October 26, 2016, and funded at $80k. The EA stopped running it on January 25, 2018. An absolute gain was +427.3%. An average monthly gain was high and equaled 11.56%. The maximum drawdown was medium as well (35.06%).
The EA has traded 2199 deals with 4867 pips. An average win (8.35 pips) was three times less than an average loss (-22.83 pips). The win-rate was so close to the backtest ones (79%-80%). An average trade length was over 18 hours. The Profit Factor was solid (2.18).
Fluid Trader worked only with three symbols: AUD/NZD, AUD/USD, and USD/CHF.
It was surprising for us to see an equal trading activity during a day.
The EA traded with quite low risks before it was stopped.
Sometimes the robot used Hedging to make more profits during trading strong trend movements.
It showed big and stable profits for months, but two years ago.
The EA costs $350 for an annual license. There’s also a 30-day money-back guarantee provided.
Forex Peace Army has FluidTrader’s account, but there’s no people’s feedback nor rates.
It was a cool time two years ago when the robot traded. Now, the EA was stopped for no reason, and the site looks abandoned.
As for a company that showed that the EA could be consistently profitable, it was a weird decision. Years are gone. Now, it’s the end of 2020, and we don’t know how the EA can trade.
At the same time, as for these results, there’d be comments and testimonials from people on Forex Peace Army, but there are no ones. We’d like you to avoid this EA.
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