Today’s EA is 1000 Pip Climber System.
The next we see is the timed offer that ends soon and 5 starts “from” investing.com. Having clicked at the link we went to the broker page. So, these starts were fake. “The Forex system continuously analyses the FX market, looking for potentially high probability price movements,” devs said. The system produces signals on three frames: 15M, 1H, and 4H. It trades six major currency pairs.
After that, we’ve seen these pictures. We didn’t know whether they were backtested results or real account ones.
1000 Pip Climber System trading results
The presentation includes a link at the demo USD account traded through Admiral Markets with 1:500 leverage on the MetaTrader 4 platform. The robot has performed for just three months. During the period it provided +36.55% of the gain. The monthly gain was 11.52%, with 4.72% of the max drawdown.
It performed 282 trades with 1518 pips. The longs win-rate was 57%, the shorts one was 65%. The profit factor was 1.35. The average trade length was 16 hours.
It traded all six pares with different success.
The robot performed with quite low risks.
The trading results so vary.
Pricing & Refund
So, the offer is the same. It includes -$202 OFF, and the robot costs $97. Paying the price, we’ll receive:
- “Reliably targeted 20,000 pips over three years.” It’s a lie.
That’s all. Where’s info about how many real/demo accounts we’ll get, refund policy, free updates, etc.?
Is 1000 Pip Climber System still alive?
- Ok results on the demo account
- The discount is available
- A lot of fake or manipulation intel across the presentation
- No strategy explanations provided
- No settings explanations provided
- No backtests provided
- Several months of trading results
- Two years old trading results
- EUR/USD has brought just losses
- Fake people feedback provided
- The package features not explained
- Cheap price