Forex SmartPips Robot is a trading robot created by Den Murakami. It aims to trade within tight parameters in order to create a consistent profit.
What does the product offer?
Forex SmartPips Robot is a Forex robot that has been designed to follow a very strict set of rules with a view to generating consistent profit. It is only compatible with Meta Trader 4 and will only trade EUR/USD and GBP/USD currency pairs on an M30 time frame. Although restrictive, creator Den Murakami claims that by focussing on these they can make Forex SmartPips Robot a more profitable product.
How does the product work?
Pleasantly enough information on how Forex SmartPips Robot works is aplenty. Condensed down, Forex SmartPips Robot monitors trend directions by applying 4 different filters to ensure that readings are correct. Den Murakami also claims that Forex SmartPips Robot comes with some very tight stop loss values in order to protect any profits. Outside of this there is the ability to customise Forex SmartPips Robot to trade how you want should you find the initial set up not to your liking.
What is the initial investment?
Forex SmartPips Robot is available for $98 through ClickBank. This means that should you encounter any problems there is a 60 day money back guarantee in place.
What is the rate of return?
Den Murakami claims that Forex SmartPips Robot should be able to make you 1000 pips per month. He is also keen to point out that the cash value of this will be dependent on your investment which is a level of honesty I find refreshing.
Out of the many Forex products that I look at Forex SmartPips Robot seems to show something that is lacking in many sales pitches and that is integrity. Of course this can always be feigned but Den Murakami is quite open about how Forex SmartPips Robot works which I find makes it all the more enticing.
Personally, I’m not a huge fan of Forex and would always recommend exercising caution but there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot to worry about with Forex SmartPips Robot. Because of the ClickBank refund policy I see very little to lose in giving this a go on a demo account and seeing how it pans out.