Your article above is so tru…. BUT, you missed out on the “Grey” area…and that is creating/developing trading “Bots” that are not 100% automated… but take control of a trade once you set it in motion… Unfortunately, I have nearly killed myself trying to program the “perfect” EA and I have now realized that… I’d actually rather trade than continuously keep tweaking and changing my algorithm…
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One of my friends has developed an EA which is able to plot support/resistance lines on the charts. It doesn’t take any positions at all. So it is not an auto-trading robot. It just plots the lines. He wants to share it on LuckScout for free. It is a while that I am checking it to see if it is good enough to be shared on the site, and I have come to this conclusion that it can help novice traders learn technical analysis much easier and better. So I have decided to share it on the site. This is also the example of a good “white hat” robot. So in general I agree with you that some robots can help.