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Not to promote our own service but we are truly transparent. If we have a bad signal provider, you'll see it. You can see their full performance history since they joined and can make your decisions about that. We're an independent marketplace. We do an initial validation of performance before we allow a provider onto our beta.. Farthest thing from the truth. It's only by default on the performance when the service uses martingales. If you don't like them, you can ignore the providers who use them or, see below for other options.
Before we implemented this calculation, we polled our users and the community and this is what they decided for us to use. You can see more information behind our calculation here: Nothing is stopping you from calculating your own statistics in the method YOU find acceptable - Not all providers use martingales, plenty who don't - Clients have full control and can turn martingales off or can have them trade the same size as a normal trade - We're working on implementing a new calculation model that shows ROI based on user input values such as user input return and trade size but due to the fact that we're in the US, we have to be careful with how we represent "ROI" and are currently investigating options with our legal team PS - Not to mention your FIRST post here is to call us a scam and promote SignalFeeds?
I've not been burned by them. I just think they give themselves an unfair advantage over traders by presenting results with Martingale win-rates. I agree your service is a great concept and needed but by giving providers the opportunity to market themselves with Martingale results you're just providing unrealistic expectations. Thu Apr 5 Tokyo: If you have any experience with them just give your opinions. Their performance via SignalPush is listed here: So we can no longer attest to their performance after this period.
What you thinking for John Anthony Signals? Have a facebook page and updated their performance daily,it's comparatively new service. Performance is not truly transparent. We've personally witnessed losses disappear.
When the client asked them about it, they said it was a "technical issue" and they would be put back. Additionally, they refuse to use a trade copier for their signals. That should speak volumes to the legitimacy of the signals. If they are that good, why not allow a 3rd party to verify it?
Too many of them are just great marketers and the signals aren't great. I think signal push shared some great advice above. My only concern and this is just my opinion and that is that NO ONE can show you actual results on your trading account. This is the reality from what I have seen because there is no real-time in trading so some accounts will miss trades and or win or lose a few trades.
In the best of worlds these missed or different outcomes can be managed and so honest results can help you discern if a service is for you. You have to look at all the value a service brings you education,customer service etc I was very disappointed in the latest Michael Freeman actions and those in league with him.
I personally believe there is a place for Automated trading in binary options but there are way way to many scams and posers and even if you take signals it is best viewed as a supplement to learning what good trade setups look like and all the variables that move the markets..
Binary is nothing like when I started but still a great way to start learning and get involved with the markets IMHO. Forget this signal provider. I used the signals of Quantum Binary via Signal Push 2 months and lost a lot of money. Quantum is trading with martingale, wich is very dangerous. Sometimes they double the bid, also if they won a trade - and then they lose the "doubled trade". I never use again signal providers, it's much better to trade in live sessions with honest and serious traders.
December edited December I dislike retards, so if you wish to try to promote a service, well pick one that is not a phucking SCAM at least.
As well not all providers on SP use the Marty do they? Did you even know that? I am no fan of SP but they are the best you have currently for a trade copying service imo. I don't like pretend traders who are affiliate marketers like Michael Freeman.
Guy could not trade his way out of a paper bag I have to stop watching all these inner city guys and their videos! Stop being a troll. We're not a scam, everyone knows it. You think it's "extremely hard" to even see regular results? If it was that hard, we'd hear about it, which we don't. We've already stated we are working on a flexible leaderboard where clients can customize the display to their own trade sizes and parameters to further assit We've stated it before and we'll state it again.
Anyone who subscribes to ANY signal service, should review the performance in depth and establish if the risk associated with the service is inline with their risk profile.
For instance, some users like providers who use martingales, some don't. Some users like providers that take a lot of martingales, some don't. The point is, all of the information is there for a user to make their own informed decision. Actually, I think SignalPush seems like a great service.
The problem is the providers making stupid promises to lure newbies. However, the clients are a part of the problem as well. They have unrealistic plans. So they create a demand I can definitely see myself sharing my trades via SignalPush.
That is without Martingale. So instead they go get ripped off. So 1K a month, but people are sooo greedy And sure, a few people here and there get lucky and do make huge sums before they wipe their accounts. Just look through this very forum and you'll see examples of what I'm talking about. So the problem is not SignalPush, it's greedy newbies and signal providers that want to use their greed to make a quick buck and get out.
Too me, it looks like SP is doing their best to get rid of such Signal providers. Guess the future will tell.
But so long as your expectations are unrealistic there will be scammers around to prey on your greed. January edited January This is not a job for hobbyists or degenerate gamblers for certain It was just an example but yes you are right.
I only do an average of 2 trades per day with exceptions and I risk less than 2. Before they understand what they have done wrong they have blown several accounts and life savings. I guess you could say that their development as traders is slow The only ones who would call Signal Push a scam are aff marketers because Signal Push is transparent.
It's very very obvious Your math and reading skills need some work. I said doing the martingale trades with the same trade size as normal, thus my conclusion is correct. All that said, we're done discussing this. The performance is there, it's transparent. We don't require clients do either and it's in their complete control whether or not they want to allow them or not. February edited February Sign In or Register to comment.