I’ve got some news to share regarding the popular Fapturbo forex robot. The news is that there is a new Fapturbo version called “Fapturbo Ichimoku.” Its creators claim that it will be “twice as profitable” and “twice as safe.” As you can probably tell by its name, this new version of Fapturbo used a trading system based on the trading concept of the “Ichimoku Cloud”
What the heck is an Ichimoku Cloud you say. Well, permit me to lay down some forex schooling on you. The ichimoku cloud indicator shows support and resistance, and momentum and trend directions.
The ichimoku cloud was developed by Goichi Hosoda, a Japanese journalist, and published in the late 1960s. It provides more data points than the standard candlestick chart.
The overall trend is up when prices are above the cloud, down when prices are below the cloud and flat when they are in the cloud itself. When senkou span A is rising above senkou span B the trend is stronger upward, and is typically colored green. When senkou span B rises above senkou span A, the trend is stronger downward and is denoted with a red-colored cloud.
This new version of Fapturbo has also been rewritten from scratch apparently, and I also found out that it uses a much smaller stop loss than the previous version.
At any rate I own the previous copy and I intend to put this new version to the test. First though I gotta find a forex broker that has demo accounts that do not expire. Once I have the demo account setup I shall make a post here to let you all know of my performance results.
Current Fapturbo members can download this new Fapturbo Ichimoku for FREE – just log into your members page and download it there. The rest of you will have to buy it from the Fapturbo homepage: http://www.fap-turbo.net
I shall keep you all up-to-date on my performance testing.
Oh, by the way, I also intend to share my performance results on the Forex Autopilot Forum here: http://www.forexautopilotforum.com
Happy trading everyone!
1 thought on “New Fapturbo Version – Fapturbo Ichimoku”
That’s very interesting, I can’t wait to see some forward testing on that new robot 🙂
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