Having conjured up images of Greek gods and gun-toting Science Fiction characters within my last Forex article, when I declared that I had put the strangely-named Morpheus OddBot EA
into forward test, I guess it's now time to meet the man himself!
He's certainly a funny looking chap, isn't he?
Appearances can be deceptive, however, and since putting Mr OddBot into forward test, he's certainly been performing well and has been consistently towards the top of my Live Leaderboard
, and is starting to appear like a robot which is both profitable and also very safe to run.
In my latest Forex Expert Advisor review I aim to find out precisely just how good the Morpheus OddBot EA really is!
As it happens, I plan to say some nice things about Morpheus OddBot further on within this review, so it's probably best if I put my witch's outfit on at this stage and get the unpleasant matters out of the way so that we can move forwards.
My biggest complaint relates to the quality of the Morpheus website
. I do understand that the OddBot developer is planning to redesign the website in the near future but, at the time of writing this article, it lacks a lot of important information about the EA and it isn't particularly easy to navigate.
Fortunately, there is a support forum on the Morpheus website that OddBot users can use for product information, downloads and support, and this has recently been linked to from the main part of the website. I guess it shows that the Morpheus OddBot developer is moving in the right direction and I'm sure that my relatively minor niggles will all be resolved in the near future.
Hopefully, by the time you read this article, the website issues will have been resolved and my above comments will appear meaningless and irrelevant.
My second observation is that the OddBot PDF installation manual is probably best described as being succinct and to the point.
It consists of only 4 pages, of which just 2 pages relate to setting the EA up. Personally, I'm not too bothered by this as I know exactly what I'm doing when it comes to setting up a MetaTrader Expert Advisor, but I guess that installation could be a little daunting for some of the Forex-newbie users out there who aren't even entirely sure what MetaTrader MT4 is.
Now that the nasty things have been said, I guess it's probably time to take my black pointy witch's hat off and move on to the positives.
What do you reckon, boys?
Well, I guess that the biggest positive of all is that the Morpheus OddBot does actually seem to work, and I'm certainly hoping to fill in some of the empty boxes and cover some aspects of the EA that haven't been explained elsewhere within my review.
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