Those who have followed my newsletter for a long time,
already know that I am happy to test any robot working with a scalping
strategy. That’s how I met the SuperScalper EA .
Although it was released in December 2018, I wasn’t
interested in it yet, because it didn’t have any live account statement on its
website. But I was so interested in it that I sent an email to the developer
and received a live account statement from him. As the strategy requires quick
fulfillment and a broker that endures the robot changing orders many times
within seconds, the broker I used at that time was not suitable for this.
Being a new robot, there was no other live account statement. But the website
and the developer’s communication show that they focus on development, not on an
appealing website and the marketing texts. For this reason, I voted
I started testing with the V2.1 version on an IC Markets ECN
demo account, because there are my live accounts, too. You can see the
This early version was not active enough and it had only a
few positions. But in the end, the test was positive, though the chart of
results was often in the negative range.
These days, I started testing version V3.2, which trades
much more often. For the time being, it was also launched at IC Markets, but
the developer says they usually do not allow such frequent order changes. I
even got a warning in a few hours because of hyperactivity. The developer runs
the latest version at Tickmill on this demo account , so I opened one there as
Here’s my new demo account:
The price of the robot may seem high, but if it works well,
it can be worth it.
Its monthly subscription is $ 50, and you can use it for 1
year for $ 250 on 1 live account. The version that can be used for unlimited
time on 5 live accounts costs $ 1,000.
You can find the website of the
SuperScalper EA here, where you can also buy it.