Commodity Robot can trade gold, oil, silver, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee. Steve Carletti and his team of Russian programmers have been working on their Commodity Robot for the last 4 years.
Lahore, Pakistan -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/05/2014 -- Commodity Robot can trade gold, oil, silver, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee. Steve Carletti and his team of Russian programmers have been working on their Commodity Robot for the last 4 years. Steve Carletti announced that he will be launching his Commodity robot in the next few days. He has provided third party verified performance results. His Commodity Robot was able to turn a deposit of $100,000 into $916,000 trading gold giving an ROI of 916%. Steve Carletti also announced that he will be giving his Gold Trend Indicator FREE. In the next few days, Steve will be releasing the 3rd party verified performance reports of the Commodity Robot against each one of the commodities gold, oil, silver, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee. Bitcoin has recently been classified as a commodity by the IRA instead of a currency.
Commodity Robot employs a foolproof Level 3 System. The Commodity Robot main trading station constantly monitors the commodity market and the price fluctuations. When it detects a high probability trade setup it gives a trading signal. This trading signal is analyzed by a team of master traders who check it and then approve it for trading. If the signal is approved at Level 2, it then get automatically executed on all the MT4 client terminals at Level 3. So unlike other robots that can trade frantically without knowing whether the trades are being won or lost, Commodity Robot signals get monitored by a team of master traders who ensure that only the correct signals reach the client terminals.
About Steve Carletti
Steve Carletti is considered to be a world leader when it comes to trading robot development. His FAPTurbo 2.0 robot can trade 6 currency pairs and bitcoin. It is being used by over 80,000 traders around the world. Steve Carletti was assisted by a team of 2 Russian programmers in the development of his Commodity Robot. After 4 years of development and testing this Commodity Robot is now being released to the public.
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