BTW I really couldnt comprehend what you sent me in the email until the 3rd message
Yes okay, nevermind that robot and here’s why:
They make a profit primarily trading a low cap stock… so and they’re just buying all the time.
Anything you have to pay for… for sure don’t buy. If it isn’t open source… don’t buy it/
The biggest and best baddest hedge funds will offer the richest and baddest people 7% on average in returns using robots etc… So for sure I wouldn’t ever buy any robot that I didn’t design myself, or pay some programmer to design for me… and the parameters I would also keep secret and have that programmer let me know how I can change them myself.
Also it is on low trading volumes, so if you put 1 million dollars behind it, you’ll surely lose it all.
These kinds of BS bots have been around since the 90s and their always coincidentally costing 3,000$
I don’t know what the algorithm of cooltrade is and they won’t tell us for sure… because that might expose them for sure. like I have 100% certainties of some these conclusions from instinct.
But if it’s just buying all the time, then even a robot as simple as buying at a certain price that is low,. and selling a price greater than where you have already a profit would suffice and that kind of robot any programmer can build for you without any loss of intellectual property in terms of strategy.
Reading further on cooltrade:
The 100,000$ account it never loses…
It is preposterous that the bot never loses a single trade. None of these ever lose… so maybe they only show closed trades in the record which means they put out a bunch of trades and they only show their winners; so what is the drawback… maybe they have a 78,000$ gain and also another 150,000$ of floating loseing trades you dont see in the record which means you actually lost 88,000$ of what you started with also a common nonsense presented in pitches like this.
If this was real the company running it would put 10,000$ on it and have all the money in the world by year 5.