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pipzu1Pipzu is a reliable, low risk forex trading software that can get you reasonable earnings in any forex market condition. You can buy Pipzu on payment of a one time fee of $99.99 and that entitles you to all future updates free of cost. You also get dedicated email support from Pipzu back office.

Pipzu uses critical timing to make trades unlike other expert advisors that just buy and hold with high stop loss settings. Remember that long term methods of timing the forex market works better, because long term trends in forex market tend to persist.

Pipzu is the result of a team effort by 7 individuals headed by Michael Reden who together with their combined 50 years of trading experience gives you the first expert advisor that uses state of the art built in trends adapting technology as well as a next generation market timing algorithm.

Pipzu features

Now what do you mean by state of the art trend adapting technology? If you have ever used forex software robots in your trading efforts you will have noted that it works only if the market follows that specific expert advisor’s strategy. For example if that strategy used was a trending market (either up or down) then you will see that the software really works. Otherwise it doesn’t.

In other words the market has got to fit in with the core strategy of the software. If that is the case it works well otherwise not. That’s the problem with these software robots. They don’t adapt to market changes. At least that is the case with most of them. Pipzu works differently. It analyzes the data and alters its trading strategy to fit in with the new or evolving market conditions. Therefore Pipzu only trades 1-2 times per week but you could certainly reckon with those trades to be absolutely safe.

What do you mean by next generation market timing algorithm? This has got to do with the brains of the software and it means the mathematics in getting the market timing right. In other words it doesn’t enter into random buy or sell trades. On the contrary every trade Pipzu makes is based on data collected over several days. It doesn’t trade at any time but only at the right time.

Here are the salient features of this interesting piece of software.

  • 1-2 trades per week
  • No random trades
  • Extremely safe as it has low draw downs
  • Pipzu works with all account sizes. Pipzu instruction sheet gives you the settings to use according to account size.

Pipzu may not make you very rich but it will make decent profits as it works with any account size whether small or big. It probably has the smallest percentage of draw downs or losses you could run into.

Therefore Pipzu is the safest robot to choose if you are looking for software to assist you in your trading. It analyzes market data, market fluctuations, and then follows trends so that ultimately those trades become successful coupled with the possibility of very little risk. It has the lowest risk factor of any expert advisor. So whatever it is, you won’t make big losses.

Pipzu is an ideal piece of software to have for any type of forex trader.

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Comment by asher
2009-06-17 08:25:31

I don’t know how this program actually performs but their customer support is really bad! I tried to contact them few times to no avail:(

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Comment by swan
2009-07-17 09:44:23

Asher, the customer support of most softwares is bad unless you actually buy the software, and from then you do get reasonable support. Pipzu has been around for quite a while so its not a new piece on the market.Pipzu keeps working in the background but often I just manage to get a single trade initiated per week, but that trade I am pretty sure is the result of maximum market analysis. Importantly it works for small accounts and I like the instruction for the software use. Especially for EUR/USD Pipzu uses long term methods for timing the market and that seems to be better off than working on short term trends.
Safety is another key feature about Pipzu and it has a rock solid strategy of going about it. Not only that, it adapts well to market changes over time.

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Comment by kevin
2009-08-07 14:29:56

Pipzu, I like the name as also how the software works. Just as you got to be at the right place at the right time to make anything out of life itself, Pipzu trades not just at any time but only at the right time.
It gives me a maximum of 2 trades per week (and that was reassuring as Pipzu wasn’t going to take too many risks), Pipzu didn’t do any random trades, and it had very low draw downs. Now the last one is the real key, draw downs I mean. Some software put you down by more than 25% even before you start making any money and that’s a very risky proposition. But Pipzu only has a drawdown of 11% which isn’t really a bad number in the world of forex trading. Let’s just say Pipzu is conservative, so good for both small and big forex players alike.
Tops are the customer support and when you have something like that going, you certainly couldn’t be making too many losses with Pipzu. Pipzu sure gives more profits, but more importantly it gives me less of worry from running up losses.

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