Hey Collin, I have been reading your website for a while now and I have found some interesting points about how to recognize a scam system.
All of your advices have been of great help to me in staying safe from fraudulent systems. That’s why I want to ask for your opinion on this new software – TAI Robotic, where TAI stands for Trading Artificial Intelligence. It has been developed by someone called Alex Knecht.
What was weird for me is the fact that the person that introduces the system openly states that he is a paid actor and has been commissioned by Mr. Knecht and his company. Said Alex Knecht is said to develop software for self-driving cars, based on AI and now he is integrating his knowledge and experience with the trading industry.
What do you think of that? Is it really possible? I researched a bit before coming here to ask you. There is very little information both about the creator and from traders who have tried the software. Actually, I must admit that I failed to find any information on Alex Knecht online. He is quite anonymous, given his status as a popular and professional software developer. This has made me doubt the authenticity of the TAI Robotic.
I managed to contact only one person who has tested the software and he was not impressed at all. The software promises $800 per day if you make a minimum investment but he said that the software barely made any trades. Do you think this is because it is said to be semi-automatic, because that investor was not trading smart or because the software is unreliable. I am quite conflicted whether the TAI Robotic is scam so I wanted you to say what you think about it. Did you already manage to check it out?
Thanks, waiting on your response!
Thank you for your question and interest, Marco!
I only came across the TAI Robotic by Alex Knecht recently. My first impression is that this is not a reliable system. The statement of the John Doe presenter that he is a paid actors is most likely a marketing trick. It aims to make you trust the software as something so scam is being stated so openly.
I also tried to discuss the topic with actual traders but with small results. There is not enough information to determine if the TAI Robotic is scam but it sure looks like that. My advice is to be careful and at least wait for more results before proceeding with it.
Your best course of action would be to join an already tested and proven to work Forex trading robot. My top recommendation is the HBSwiss software!
Hello, I am Collin Tyusm. I am a Forex blogger. I have created my blog, because I want to help people learn more about Forex & CFD Trading Software and Bots.