This review is about a Forex expert advisor called Robin Vol 3. The Robin series of expert advisors have been around since 2013. The developer creates the impression that the latest update dubbed Robin Vol 3 is a conservative robot that builds accounts slowly but sure. This is supposed to help traders get in and out of the market with very minimal risk.
The developer is known as RobinTradingHub. They are responsible for developing several other trading expert advisors in addition to a signal service.
Their recently released robot, Robin Watchdog, monitors various aspects of the server inside the MT4 platform. We will touch a little bit on this product later on.
We like the fact that this developer is not economical with information regarding their company’s details. So far, we have established that this company is known as RobinTradingHub. All associated products of this company are created and owned by a third party Spanish company called OpenSistemas. This company is located in Madrid on this address: C/ Salvatierra, Nº4, 28034.
The lead developer in this company is someone known as Fernando Monera. Monera does not have any reputation as a trader. However, he is introduced as a market analyst, education and content management expert.
As of now, we cannot confirm if indeed this description fits him given that this is a stranger in the Forex trading community.
The website provides an email address that customers can use to contact them if need be.
The latest version of the Robin Vol series of software is introduced as the ultimate trading tool for those who want to make consistent profits in the Forex market.
In fact, the developer believes that ever since they ventured into this business, they have played a big role in helping traders make consistent profits in the long run.
This developer puts more emphasis on consistency and long-term goals as opposed to short term ones. Even the latest version of the Robin Vol series of software was created with this principle in mind. The aspect of consistency is the principle upon which Robin Vol 3 is built on.
The developer basically wants us to believe that they haven’t diverted from their original vision. Therefore, in as much as Robin Vol 3 was created from scratch, it still works in accordance with rules which ensure that consistency can be achieved.
Another aspect of the Robin Vol 3 is that it allows users to operate it with multiple configurations at the same time. This is because the developer completely redesigned the order management system from scratch.
What does this mean? It means that Rob Vol 3 is supposed to avoid errors and at the same time navigate through market data in a much more reliable way.
The main working principle here is volatility breakout. Rob Vol 3 trades breakouts whenever they occur, either during breakout occurrences or retracement.
So far, we have seen that Robin Vol 3 has lots of features which the developer says will give any Forex trader an edge so long as they are using the updated version of the software. You can check those features out on their website as we are not able to list them all.
Robin Vol 3 is a Forex robot that trades the M15 time frame. The price for this robot is $395 per year. It can trade all the major pairs that are commonly traded in Forex.
This developer also strives to create the impression of a professional Forex investment company. Because of this image or a brand which they are trying to create, their products have ended up getting priced steeply. Consumers generally have to dig deeper into their pockets in order to afford Robin Vol 3 EA or any other product by this company.
Now, we must mention that traders are divided on opinion when it comes to this price. Some traders generally don’t have any issue with paying $395 per year to retain their copy of the Robin Vol 3. However, others are simply disgusted by the fact that they have to part with this amount every year to keep using the robot (that is, if they end up liking it).
Truth be told, whether traders are divided in opinion or not, the fact remains that users can only recoup the cost of maintaining a license if (and only if) they are trading a large account.
The problem is that most retail traders looking to start out with expert advisors rarely trade with a big bank balance. Most of them fear that they might lose this money. Others are simply broke, and thus cannot afford to fund an account with a huge amount of money.
At the end of the day, we want to recover the purchase price. We must recover it at the end of every 12 months, which constitutes the beginning of another licensing cycle.
This vendor maintains 3 different types of accounts for us to analyze. The first account is showing a gain of over 14% since the beginning of June last year. The second account shows a gain of 7% since the beginning of July the same year.
Now, the third account was labeled ”unofficial”. This account shows this robot trading with high risk settings. This account shows a gain of nearly 30% during the same trading period.
What we can’t understand is why this robot only has results starting 2016 and not 2013 when the company first launched this business.
We still don’t have these answers, and quite honestly, we don’t know why this company decided to skip this critical part without any explanation coming from them. It’s weird, don’t you think?
Another thing that we noticed with these myfxbook accounts is that they were all hiding their open trades as well as history of those trades. This means that we can’t figure out how Robin Vol 3 operates on a trade by trade basis. It’s impossible to analyze its trading logic, which leaves it seriously wanting.
In all this, we could see that Robin Vol 3 had an average win of 64 pips and average loss of 47 pips. This is the average risk reward ratio.
Finally, when we look at these results, we can’t help but imagine that this developer is still focused on long term or consistent results. We might want to observe them a little longer to make a conclusive judgement on this matter.
Also, if these records are anything to go by, then we can say that Rob Vol 3 can’t be fully relied on as a trading system for making profits which are sufficient enough to earn you a living. This is because the average return on investment is 1% in any given month. This is a very tiny percentage. Unless you’re trading a big account, chances are that this profit won’t be sufficient for meeting your needs.
Robin Vol 3 expert advisor has a potential to generate consistent returns, except that the price is a little bit on the steeper side.
We’d also like the developer to be a little bit transparent with their results. They should not hide history of their trades at all. Once they do so, we will consider including them in this list of the best expert advisors to use.
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