Today I’m taking a closer look at the creators of the popular RobinVol 3 EA, Robin Trading Hub. This development group has a line of different Forex trading products, including robots, trading signals and indicators. Every product and service they offer was made possible due to the early success of the RobinVol EA, which I reviewed in full detail a few months ago.
Owned and operated by Fernando Monera, RTH is developed by Open Sistmas, located at C/ Salvatierra, Nº4, 28034, Madrid. To get in touch with support, traders can email email@example.com.
Robin Trading Hub Review
The creators of the RobinTradingHub, tell us that the core of their services is the “RobinVOL Forex Expert Advisor for Metatrader, one of the bests forex EAs in the world.” They believe they are set apart from the rest of the marketplace because they use a development management environment that is different from anything anyone else using. Using a technology they’ve labeled osBrain, they believe that they can use a set of architectural components “to transform raw transaction data into a consistent and coherent set of information that is suitable for creating value.”
Essentially, the creators of this service, believe that the way they approach the data, is more suitable, and it is the main reason why they been able to have success over such a prolonged period of time.
Despite these claims, it does seem that the systems have been hitting some hard times over the past couple of months. I’ll go into more depth about that in the trading results section of the review. You can find this below.
- Type: Forex Developer
- Price: $395
- Strategy: Technical
- Timeframe: M15
- Pairs: AUDJPY, AUDUSD, CADJPY, EURAUD, EURGBP, EURJPY, EURUSD, GBPAUD, GBPUSD, USDCAD and USDJPY
In the breakdown, I am highlighting the features of the Robin Trading Hub’s Robin Vol EA. While this is the most important system coming out of this trading group, it isn’t the only offer available.
They also provide the Robin watchdog, which is a tool built to monitor the market and your brokerage. In doing so, you can see the actual time your systems take to execute orders, and what type of lag there is between you and the broker. Thus, if there are any issues with the EA, or service you are using, this is an easy way of figuring out why those issues are occurring.
They also offer trading signals, which can be accessed through the Myfxbook autotrade feature. While this looks like an interesting way to increase your accounts, there don’t seem to be any trades using this feature since August 7th, 2017. So it doesn’t look like this feature is being utilized anymore.
Considering how popular the Robin Trading Hub EA collection has been over the years, I figured it’s a good idea for us to check in on their most recent results. Sadly, both the official and the high risk accounts are showing losses of 5% and 26%.
It’s quite apparent, that the Robin VOL 3 EA isn’t suitable for today’s market conditions. After a long run since the beginning of June 2016, and reaching a peak of 26% growth on their official trading account, they are now at a loss.
It’s really too bad, because this has been one of the most consistent trading systems in the market for a very long time. I do hope that the developers can find a way to resolve their issues and return to providing a more productive Forex robot.
At this point in time, I don’t see myself recommending Robin Trading Hub, or any of their products to the Forex Robot Nation readers, outside of the Robin watchdog, because it is still useful application. As for the expert advisors, and the trading signals, I don’t believe these are viable investment opportunities as we move along into 2018.
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