The automated products are not based on classical deterministic ("static") algorithms in the way that ordinary trading robots ("EAs") are built. Instead, all activity is based on so-called Neural Networks and continuous automatic self-learning; something that is often referred to as "AI" / "Artificial Intelligence" (although this is actually a misleading term).

In practice, this means that it is not possible to explain to us humans what the strategy for trading looks like, simply because everything that happens is dynamic and situation-based with an extremely complex background analysis that is carried out in real time, and which depends partly on the asset class being traded, partly on what has happened/is happening in the market and partly on what is happening "in the world in general".

When we as humans are given the opportunity to see how trades are executed, we cannot figure out for ourselves why a certain action, such as opening or closing a trade, was carried out at a certain time. Our traditional ways of analysing the market and making trading decisions are simply not applicable in this context.

What can be said at a general level is:

  • Strong focus on low drawdown ("the value of trades that are in the red") and low risk.
  • Grid Trading used EJ
  • Martingale used EJ

Mobile Wealth has named its Neural Network based trading system "Eden". Eden is also visualised in the form of a woman with whom they can hold a conversation and discuss ongoing trades, for example. However, this is not something that we as customers have access to.