XXL Forex Real Profit is a trading solution that doesn’t have a well-designed presentation. We have only three pages of explanations about the system and how it works. We have links on Myfxbook and FXBlue profiles. Alas, the first one was removed several months ago without a reason.
Is investing in XXL Forex Real Profit a good decision?
We have no right answer. The presentation looks truly suspicious because of the huge lack of information about the system. At the same time, the robot doesn’t show stable and predictable performance.
We have an empty profile with a ridiculous name – Top Secret. The devs can be from Austria. We don’t know about other products, traders’ experience and how good the customer support is.
We have almost no details explained about how the system works and what we have to expect from the robot if we decide to purchase it.
- The advisor was designed to cover its owner with completely automatic order execution.
- As we mentioned, the account that was on Myfxbook was removed from the listing.
- The robot is an easy to use trading solution.
- We have to attach it to the proper charts.
- We can trade on the four types of account: Standard, Mini, Micro, and ECN.
- The system looks for trading opportunities 24/7.
- We can be sure that there’s no Grid or Martingale applied.
- The following strategies are allowed to be used by a robot: Trend, Price Action, and others.
- We can rely on strong money-management.
- The owners have decided that this amount of information can be enough for us.
The system is available for a subscription only for $80 monthly. It can’t be downloaded for lifetime usage. The developers decided not to support us with a refund policy at all. It’s not a welcome move. In general, the price is acceptable if we compare it with the similar advisors on MQL5. All non-US clients can subscribe via PayPal.
There are no backtest reports provided in the presentation. It’s a huge disadvantage because the devs had to test the system before releasing it. So, there shouldn’t have been any significant reason not to post them. The final report would show us what parameters are good to go for the robot.
We have a robot running a real USD account. From the chart, we can note that the system doesn’t work stable under real market conditions. The closed profit is $117.20 only. The current balance is $867.20. The floating loss is -$21.42. The margin level is 3,469.2%. The last update was over five minutes ago.
The total return is 12.8% when an average monthly profit is 5.8%. The maximum drawdown is 8.2%. An average accuracy is 71.1%. It’s an average number for a paid advisor. The profit factor is 1.35. This parameter is below average (1.6). Owners created the account 74 days ago.
The worst day trading results is -$48.72 when the worst week one is -$36.48. The risk of ruin is 0.0%. The system trades with an average trade length of 11.1 hours.
There are only three cross pairs to work with: AUDUSD, EURUSD, and GBPUSD. The last one is the most traded pair with 65 orders and -$2.01.
It tardes the buy and the sell directions equally.
We have four magic numbers on the board. Two of them were added several weeks ago.
Tuesday with 23 deals are ahead in trading.
The robot opens orders during the Asian and American sessions, skipping the European one.
The advisor works with different profitability on the market.
An average trade frequency is 3-14 deals weekly.
The developers created a profile on XXL Forex Real Profit on Forex Peace Army. Alas, there’s a single comment written and no trading results connected.
We have a negative review published that the system losses frequently and much
XXL Forex Real Profit is a trading solution that works with three cross pairs on the real market. The growth chart showed that the system can’t work stable and should be updated. At the same time, we’d like to note that the presentation doesn’t look professional, informative, and trustworthy.
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