The Commodity Robot Gold Module was able to turn $100,000 into $916,000. Commodity Robot can trade gold, silver, oil, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee.
Lahore, Pakistan -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/12/2014 -- Commodity Robot Copper Module was released yesterday. The Copper Module comprises of more than 4,000 lines of code and was the most difficult to program due to copper’s high short term volatility. Antony and Ronald took months and months developing, revising and revising this module. The Copper Module was able to turn a deposit of $100,000 into $181,000 in 12 months. The Commodity Robot Gold Module was able to turn $100,000 into $916,000. Commodity Robot can trade gold, silver, oil, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee. In the next few days, Commodity Robot will be made available to the general public. The developers have provided 3rd party verified account statements of their trading accounts to prove that the claims made by them are true and genuine.
This is what the developers say: “Copper's big volatility was a factor that really enticed us... It's a high risk vs high reward module that had never been handled like this before. Just do a quick search... don't find any copper trading robots? Right! Because there aren't any... We believe that we have found a ‘loophole’.
While copper is considered to be THE indicator for economic growth (rises and falls with the wellbeing of the nation, so to speak), we programmed the module with high volatility in short amounts of time in mind. Copper is used in almost anything. The whole industry relies on it... electronics, wiring... each PC and mobile has it implemented. With this ‘grand’ picture, traders and bank focus on the long term trading... while short term scalping is a heavily underused methodology. We scalp copper heavily and this allows us to make about 7-10% monthly returns on it!”
About the Commodity Robot developers
Two Russian programmers Antony Kemble and Ronald Kravchuk has developed this robot. Both of them are accomplished commodity traders and they took more than 4 years to develop this robot.
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