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What is SharkHunter?

Shark Hunter is an indicator robot for MT4, which advises of what proportion you will find a pair or index in relation to long and short trades. It will provide you with a percentage and it will tell you where to find the average of the long and short trades. 

With this data, it will calculate where the real and logical middle point is, taking into account the weighting of each side (both long and short).

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Operating the markets is really quite simple. There are a series of people operating in short and others operating in long. If the price goes up, those who are operating in long will win. If the price goes down, those who are operating in short will win. Simple. 

Now to apply the logic. What is happening when there is 80% of retailers (us) in short? This means there are 20% in long. Do you think that the price will drop, following the majority, that 80%? If that were to happen, the statistics wouldn't be telling us that more than 90% of retailers lose the money in the Forex.

If this were to happen, it would mean that the "large corporations" would be treading on each other's toes. 

It's logic, pure and simple. This can't happen. You will never see a price in favour of the majority. That's how it is.

And this is the "Big Lie" of Forex and the markets in general.

What's really happening is that we don't have enough strength. Not even with all retailers operating together. As such, when you see percentages such as 70%/30% and the price is going in the favour of the 30%, that is because there is a lot of money in the same direction as the 30%, money that doesn't belong to the retailers. As it accumulates on the side of the 70%, more money will come in opposition, and when there is a large amount of money on the "wrong" side, the "bigs" will create a lack of liquidity** and the price will falls or goes up, possibly hidden behind a news that in another circumstances it wouldn't transcend.

From that moment, you will see how that 70, 80 or 90% starts to drop down. That are retails like you and me that can't support more that movement and close in losses or the price touch the STOPLOSS.

Once all of the retails have been fallen, the price start to come back and, because of trading's own psychology, the retail start to open trades against the new movement... epic fail. You will see how the percentages start to change. Now from 80/20% to 70/30, 60/40, 50/50 and will be inverted. Now we are ready for the trend change, there are people stuck in a peak of the price and the game start again, but this time the other way.

And this is always like that!

How is helping us SharkHunter?

With the indicator SharkHunter you will see right away the real situation of that pair or index.

With this indicator you not only will know in what sense you should trading, you will know which is the best time, including where you can leave your position open to, when your position is no longer correct, and with the daily use you will have an incredible control about every pair or index that you follow, predicting when the pair is nearly to start a trend change, a pullback or even when it is going to be lateralized.

Having digested everything I've told you up until now, knowing the "game" they are playing, and with the help of the indicator showing you where the retail are, you will have all the necessary data to trade with much more surety successfully.

You will see how your trading mates are saying that have a feeling of short, and you automatically will know that that is what the "bigs" wants, and that it will be long, and according to where the price is, you will know where it will reach.

*Explanatory Note: We all know that Forex or CFDs are a sum zero market, or like it's said too, negative sum (due to the commissions or expenses generated by the brokers). When I speak about different quantities between long and short, we all know that this isn't possible, I obviously referring to the retail orders only, people like you and me.

**LACK OF LIQUIDITY: According to all I've read up until now, searching for information about what makes the price move from one side to the other, information that is not easy to find, what convinces me the most is that at one point there are huge quantities of orders sent to the market and due to not finding a counterpart, a lack of liquidity is created that makes the price move to a side looking for that liquidity.

This idea sits well with me, because it makes sense of the fact that often, the price stops and we think the trend is going to change, so we open an order going against the last movement, and just as it is opened, the price goes against us a little bit, a little bit more, a little bit more and then there is a jump of 10 or 20 pips. This could be because there are institutional orders looking for a counterpart, and as we open our orders, we give a counterpart, but we never cover it at 100%.

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RENTAL OPTIONS

Due to the use of third party data, in which we can not guarantee its continuity, we have decided that the best way to share the robot is by monthly rental.

We have developed two versions, one is exclusively for FX (currency pairs) and the other for FX and Indices.

SharkHunter FX
19.99 / Monthly

Valid for all the

FX currencies

Options:

Auto Close/Trailing/Basket

Custom Notifications

Installation Assistance

SharkHunter FX
199.99 / Yearly

Valid for all the

FX currencies

Options:

Auto Close/Trailing/Basket

Custom Notifications

Installation Assistance

SharkHunter XL
29.99 / Monthly

Valid for all the

FX currencies and Indices

Options:

Auto Close/Trailing/Basket

Custom Notifications

Installation Assistance

SharkHunter XL
299.99 / Yearly

Valid for all the

FX currencies and Indices

Options:

Auto Close/Trailing/Basket

Custom Notifications

Installation Assistance

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