What's An Expert Advisor And What Makes It Work

What's An Expert Advisor And What Makes It Work

There are many different ways to invest your money and grow your wealth nowadays.  There are different retirement accounts like a 403(b), 401(k), or IRA.  Some investors choose to play it conservative by investing in precious metals such as gold or investing in bonds that protect against inflation.  You could invest in your own business or buy an existing one.  Historically, the two best places to grow your wealth have been the stock market and real estate.

But technology has forced a change on us all as just about every aspect of our lives have been changed by technology.  As investors, we’ve witnessed the emergence of cryptocurrencies as a new asset class over the span of the past decade.  Tech stocks and marijuana stocks have been some of the hottest buzz in the stock market over the past few years.

But there is also a far less known way that technology is not only changing the way people invest their hard earned money, it’s changing the rate at which they are growing their wealth too.

I’m talking about Expert Advisors.  What’s an Expert Advisor?  Well unless you’ve spent years in the forex or day trading world, you’re likely not familiar.  Expert Advisors can be summarized as a software that trades on an account, earning the account a percentage of profits each week.

Major banks, hedge funds, and financial institutions have been using them for decades to grow wealth for their high net worth clients.  Only very recently have they become available to retail traders, people like you and I. 

The vast majority of Expert Advisors available to retail traders are softwares that are licensed from major hedge funds, banks, or financial institutions.  And while this may seem like a benefit because you’re getting the software from a credible establishment, things aren’t always as they seem.

Within the forex trading world, these major banks, hedge funds, and financial institutions are what’s known as “smart money.”  Smart money establishments manipulate the markets in order to make money from retail traders.  Most retail traders trade based on support and resistance levels because that is what we are most commonly taught.

But something most retail traders are unaware of is that these support and resistance levels actually provide targets for smart money.  Retail traders will often place their stop losses above equal highs (resistance) and below equal lows (support), giving smart money juicy pockets of liquidity to go after and capture their money.  Smart money is able to do this because they can actually see where retail traders have their stop losses placed within the market.

Therefore, a retail trader utilizing an Expert Advisor licensed from a major bank, hedge fund, or financial institution, is like a person going to the casino and taking advice from the house on how to gamble.  It’s counterintuitive because you’re playing against the house as a gambler, the same way you’re playing against smart money as a retail trader.

So what’s the solution to this problem?  Is it possible for retail traders to utilize an Expert Advisor to be consistently profitable?

Over the span of the past two years, we at The Freedom Society have tried over two dozen of these Expert Advisor softwares.  And while there was a lot of trial and error involved, and many failed attempts, we finally found the solution.

We realized that we needed to find a software that hid our stop losses from smart money.  We needed to find a software that would exit us from the trade automatically, whenever we hit our stop loss or take profit levels based on our risk and reward parameters.

This is what makes an Expert Advisor work for retail traders.  This is how people like you and I can be consistently profitable using softwares that for the longest time was only available to the ultra-rich.

If you’d like to learn more about Expert Advisors or you’d like to start utilizing the Expert Advisor that we do to be a consistently profitable automated forex trader, email us below and we will be in touch.

As mentioned before, there are many ways to invest your money.  While you can’t turn back time 18 years and invest in Amazon at less than $10 per share in the fall of 2001 (it’s now well over $3,300 per share), you can harness today’s next big opportunity while it is here for the taking.

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