Commodity robot can trade gold, silver, oil, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee. The focus is to make a safe and low risk 70-100% return per month by trading these commodities.
Lahore, Pakistan -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/08/2014 -- Commodity Robot Oil Module was released today by the developers Antony and Ronald today. Commodity robot can trade gold, silver, oil, copper, palladium, bitcoin and coffee. The focus is to make a safe and low risk 70-100% return per month by trading these commodities. Commodity Robot Oil Module was able to turn a deposit of $100,000 into $270,000 in a couple of months. The developers have provided 3rd party verified account statements of their trading account to prove that the claim made by them is true and genuine.
The Oil Module of the Commodity Robot comprises of 3500 lines of code which makes it one of the most sophisticated module of the package. This is what the developers say: “With the help of the Parabolic SAR and the Stochastic Oscillators, we are able to track great profits... but for the safety of it, we still rely on our trader team to make the final call. That's right! The signal presented and identified is still being verified manually by us to ensure maximum profits!
Sometimes we spot a really great earning opportunity and we increase the trailing stop manually to pocket even more profits. This allows the oil module to be really profitable; in fact, one of the most profitable assets with past performance of 7 to 9% a month! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Remember, we have 6 more commodities in the Robot!
The oil module is very profitable and stable. See for yourself—it’s responsible for taking a REAL MONEY $100,000 account to over $227,000 in a matter of months. Imagine how much you could make by trading all 7 commodities together!”
About The Commodity Robot Developers
Commodity Robot developers are two Russian programmers and commodity traders Antony Kemble and Ronald Kravchuk. Both of them took more than 4 years to develop the Commodity Robot.
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