FXStabilizer is a system that has a simple presentation with only several blocks of information provided. There’s no main claim about how the system is supposed to work. It’s not welcome. So, we have decided to figure out everything about it.
The presentation includes a few pieces of information that could be used to make a wise decision about purchasing the system.
- We can rely on automatic trading when the system is set on the terminal.
- It can make profits without long drawdowns.
- The advisor is able to work under various market conditions.
- The system can calculate lot sizes, stop loss and take profit levels.
- It’s a very accurate trading solution.
- We may start trading without experience on Forex.
- They designed it in 2015.
- We are allowed with risks we can handle.
- There are two modes: durable and turbo that vary by risks.
- The Ultimate version supports trading six pairs: EUR/JPY, USD/JPY, EUR/GBP, and CHF/JPY; EUR/USD and AUD/USD.
- FX Stabilizer Pro supports eight symbols. Two (EUR/USD and AUD/USD) in both regimes and EURJPY, USDJPY, USDCAD, CHFJPY, EURGBP, and GBPCHF in the default one.
Trading strategies and currency pairs
- The robot works with a Grid of orders as the main strategy.
- We can work with eight Forex cross pairs.
- There are no details about time frames.
FXStabilizer trading statistics
The presentation is featured by a EURUSD backtest report on the H1 time frame. Developers have chosen the data period as 7 years. The modeling quality was 90.00% with 2-pip spreads. An initial deposit was $10,000 and it has turned into $176,788 of the total net profit. The maximum drawdown was 33.11%.
The developers provide us with real account trading results. The advisor has been running an account on FXOpen automatically on MT4. We have a verified track record. The account was created on October 30, 2018. Since that, the account gain has been 734.32%. An average monthly profit is 6.02%. The maximum drawdown is 20.93%. Fifty-six traders track trading results.
The robot has closed 475 orders with 1902 pips. An average win is 48.27 pips when an average loss is -75.41 pips. The win rate is 67% for longs and 60% for shorts. An average trade length is four days. The profit factor is 2.29.
The short direction isn’t profitable in pips, -432.2 pips.
The system works during the European trading session mostly.
Thursday is the less traded day with 79 orders and this is not standard.
The advisor trades with medium risks to the balance.
The robot works with Martingale to make more profits.
The system trades with low monthly profits. Anyway, it didn’t lose any month this year.
Pricing and refund
We have two packages provided. The ultimate pack costs $539 when the Pro package costs $739. The devs provide us with a 30-day refund policy and all the support we can need.
What else you should know about FXStabilizer
The system uses a risky strategy combo of a Grid with Martingale. Many clients who perform conservative trading wouldn’t like to work with it.
The company has a profile on Forex Peace Army with a 3.3 rate based on seven reviews. There’s a blown account connected. The devs didn’t mention it.
Clients said that the system is simply dangerous for trading on a real account.