Stabilis Lucra, is it real or another EA from the Forex Mafia?

craigthinks

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Hi Does anyone know anything about Stabilis Lucra? Is it another EA from the Forex Mafia that has slick ads with no track record.
I ask for an FXtrack record on their facebook page and they sent me one. But the post and response was taken down. They also talk about a forex conference in China and winning a award. Does anyone know about that?
Thank you, Craig
 
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I wouldn't call them the "Forex Mafia" at all.

If you choose to invest in EAs that offer 800% returns, you are investing in a high-risk investment.
This does not make them a "scam" or anything like that.
 
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I'm afraid that's not quite accurate.

ValForex and the other sites you mention here are sites the promote Binary Option programs as affiliates.
When a new robot or service launches, they immediately post a negative article on it so people Googling the service find the article, decide not to purchase, and instead may purchase their services.

ValForex specifically, is known to demand $5,000+ from many brokers to REMOVE content.
It's ran by a Nigerian blackmailer. I worked with a brokerage in London a few years ago that was being extorted by him.

Reviews can be just as poor of a source of good/bad as awards.
 

aum108

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There is another website selling Stabilis Lucra, http://www.stabilis-lucra.com/ , which has also a myfxbook link.

The performance on that myfxbook-page was 2.29% in the last 12 months.



The same David Jukl is also selling an EA called "AOS Bratislava" www.obchodujeme.eu

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/success-czech-developers-china-forex-expo-david-jukl

As you can see on myfxbook , the equity growth and DD is not very impressive.

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/AOSBratislava/aos-bratislava-premium-live/2141198



Watch also this two China Forex Expo 2016 videos.

Noticed any difference? ;)




http://www.myfxbook.com/members/AOSBratislava/aos-bratislava-premium-live/2141198
 
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Not quite sure what you're suggesting - he's clearly an EA Developer whose won awards, and all EA Developers have multiple awards...
 

aum108

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He's a good marketing salesman, but in my opition those EA's are way overrated.


As of today the EA AOS Bratislava has 62 ( yes, sixty-two ! ) open trades.
One trade is even from 2015!
I wonder how he won the "Best Forex Robot" award at China Forex Expo in 2016 .

He must have been very friendly with those judges.






And then there is Stabilis Lucra, who won the award "Best Performance Expert Advisor in 2017" .
With only 2% performance? ;)
There are hundreds of EA's that made a better performance in 2017.

How many EA's were competing for that award? two? :D


 

Whitesnake

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aum105 tone is always so condescending and negative.
Stabilis clearly sells EAs, is a good marketer, and has some that look very impressive, and some that look very unimpressive.

There is no need to attack the company as you seem to do on every single post in this folder. Allow those who have actually tried product(s) to comment rather then just always looking for something negative to post.

Just my two cents.
 

aum108

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aum105 tone is always so condescending and negative.
Stabilis clearly sells EAs, is a good marketer, and has some that look very impressive, and some that look very unimpressive.
Unfortunately many products discussed in the FPA forum are bad, some are just scam. (Don't blame me for that)
And belive it or not, I do give positive reviews as well (happened one month ago). I wish I could do that more often.

There is no need to attack the company as you seem to do on every single post in this folder.
I'm just stating facts, for user craigthinks

David Jukl is posting only the positive months on the website.
He doesn't mention all those negative trades that are not closed by the AOS Bratislava system.
He is deceiving customers and therefore a dishonest EA-salesman and not trustworthy!

Shall we maybe praise him for this behavior? :confused:






Allow those who have actually tried product(s) to comment rather then just always looking for something negative to post.
Sure... they don't need anyones allowance to post here.... go ahead

... but let me remind you of something...

Client experience/reviews are what matters. I could not care less about an award site not being updated.. does not mean anything.
I2 has very good reviews too I must say! Have not seen any negatives from clients I don't think.
Let's hope that these comments here are more reliable than the reviews for i2investments. ;)
 

Order Order

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I'm afraid that's not quite accurate.

ValForex and the other sites you mention here are sites the promote Binary Option programs as affiliates.
When a new robot or service launches, they immediately post a negative article on it so people Googling the service find the article, decide not to purchase, and instead may purchase their services.

ValForex specifically, is known to demand $5,000+ from many brokers to REMOVE content.
It's ran by a Nigerian blackmailer. I worked with a brokerage in London a few years ago that was being extorted by him.

Reviews can be just as poor of a source of good/bad as awards.
The owner of VALFOREX is based in Naorobi (called: Warren, seems very active in slandering numerous trading educators in the market (including Nial Fuller who I have trained under and rate highly) BUT he then goes onto promote some very dubious services including binary options companies - many of whom are scams themselves. It seems he is just lining his own pockets through dragging other people's names through the mud and promoting his own very questionable services.


What is ironic is this guy even sells his own products yet he had no trading track-record, no broker statements to prove his skills, nor any evidence of being published anywhere other than his own website (he claims to have been published via FXStreet.com).


I personally think he writes slanderous and defamatory reviews to gain the position of "expert" and the trust of the reader while peddling his own material. But am I being too harsh?


I have written to him floating this...but as I predicted, no response. How convenient.
 
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