Algotrading – Daily Wrap

By 26 mars, 2018Trading

Algotrading – Robothandel på din egen dator

Väljer du det röda eller blåa pillret?

Vill du börja med robothandel och ta din trading till nästa nivå? Vill du trejda som hedgefonder och professionella gör? Kanske dags att sluta handla på chans och känsla och istället använda statistiska data och veta innan du tar en trade vilka odds du har för att lyckas?

Drömmer du om att kunna ha en dator som autotrejdar åt dig? En dator som har ett antal strategier som robothandlar åt dig automatiskt medan du gör något annat? Det är precis så min trading går till och nu kommer jag även att börja erbjuda andra denna unika möjlighet.

I dessa premiumpaket så ingår det färdiga strategier, hjälp och utbildning där vi tillsammans ser till att du kommer igång med autotrading (robottrading / algotrading) på din egen server.

Om du är intresserad av detta så hör av dig till mig så ordnar jag med mer information.


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