Today’s robot to review is Forex Olympus. We’re glad to see that someone told Rita Lasker how the presentation should be styled to attract real traders.
But it wouldn’t be Rita if she didn’t put something that attracts pigeons. They should be written something that marginals can understand even without financial knowledge, so, it’s about COVID.
According to available Intel, the EA looks like a Trend robot.
- Trend Power Detection. “We can see the exact percentage of how strong the current trend is.”
- Profitable Signals.
- Alert notifications.
- Three trading modes available.
- M15, M30, H1, and H4.
- It trades all major currency pairs.
- The minimum deposit should be $100.
- MetaTrader 4 trading.
As it was told, there are three modes depending on risks to work with.
Screenshots of trading results
Once again, everything we’ve got is photoshopped screenshot instead of 3rd-party verified trading results. It doesn’t matter they come from a demo or real account, but we need at least something to check real productivity.
Insite people feedback
There’s some feedback, but we can be 100% sure these messages were from real people.
Pricing & Refund
The EA introduced into two packages. Indicator one costs $130 that requires us to trade manually. Forex Olympus Kit costs $230 and it was featured by fully-automated trading, various exit options, one-on-one assistance.
Any chances Forex Olympus Robot is good?
- Mediocre strategy explanations provided
- No settings explanations provided
- No backtests provided
- No 3rd-party verified trading results provided
- A lot of manipulations in the presentation
- No people feedback across the Google