We’ve received a lot of requests to review GPS Forex Robot during the past month. So here we go.
GPS Forex Robot is one of the first automated forex expert advisors for the MetaTrader 4 platform. The software has been developed by Mark Larsen, who’s also known for his sites and blogs covering automated trading such as Forex EA Lab. Currently, we have a deal with the latest update of the software which is GPS Forex Robot 3. The major improvements are the speed of trade execution, trailing Take Profit, and optimized settings.
Based on our research, the robot is available for traders since 2011. It’s quite a long time in this industry. In this review, our primary focus will be on the latest performance of the robot, as well as reports from real customers. Let’s check whether GPS Forex Robot can be one of the best forex robots or it’s just another Forex EA.
|COMPATIBLE TRADING PLATFORMS||MetaTrader 4|
|CURRENCY PAIRS AVAILABLE||EURUSD, USDCHF|
|MONEY BACK GUARANTEE||Yes|
Mark Larsen offers to by a copy of GPS Forex Robot for $149 to a limited amount of traders. For the price, you will get instant access to the software, free video tutorials, webinar recordings, and lifetime support service. Taking into account promises to make over 30% a month for such a low price, we have a reason to be cautious here. Why would the developer of such profitable software sell it so cheap instead of offering a managed account service? Will it show the same performance on a user account? These are the questions we want to find answers to in our review.
Strategy explanations of GPS Forex Robot are vague and pretty much useless. We assume that the software implements some trend-following strategy (buy with an up-trend, sell with a down-trend; the robot predicts whether price movements will continue in the same direction). If a trade goes wrong, the robot can open a reverse order to cover the small loss. Well, at least we know one trick.
Here comes the most interesting part. 80% of the presentation is filled with live accounts statements. The first one is a myfxbook verified real live account with a $100000 deposit started in May 2012. It uses 1:200 leverage with FX Choice as a brokerage company.
The system is showing an absolute gain of 521% but with a monthly profit as low as 1.94%. On the charts below, we can see that the most profitable months were back in 2012. Since then GPS Forex Robot performance is showing the downtrend.
At the moment of this review, an average monthly gain for 2020 equals 0.31%, which is way too far from the expected numbers. Pretty much the same picture with another live account with a smaller deposit.
For the robot that has been on the market for such a long time, it’s no wonder that the system should have tons of reviews from real users. GPS Forex Robot has mixed reviews from customers. The most common complaints refer to infrequent trades (2-3 per week), weak performance compared to promised returns and slow response time from support service.
There are some requests from people asking for a refund because the service is not answering their emails. So, we can’t be sure that you can get your money back in case if the system blows up your account.
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GPS Forex Robot is way overrated. It lost me money in the first week. I was not comfortable with the position sizes the robot was taking, and watching the robot miss good trades was frustrating. I asked for my money back, and the vendor will not give me a refund. They keep sending me bs inflated claims about how much money it made them. They keep hassling me instead of returning my money. F these guys. Don’t buy their shit. Don’t believe all of their hype.
This robot will lose you money.
i’ve bought the system about week ago and installed but still it’s not placing any order till now . so i’d like to hear from you guys if theres anything i can do