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edisoho
Mar 28 2019 at 08:55
9 posts
Hi traders, are you subscribing any signals? If you do, what is the main factors you consider when choosing the signal to subscribe?

Please sort in order.

1. Low Drawdown
2. Trader own capital
3. Monthly gain
4. Longer trading record.
5. EA/Manual
6. If they are using the same broker
7. Strategy

Muscat
Mar 28 2019 at 15:35
11 posts
1. Proof of results
2. Customer support
3. Consistent long term results with low draw down
4. NOT martingale / grid trader
5. Method of signals (email, telegram etc)
6. Hours of trading
7. Price

walpants
May 27 2019 at 11:53
44 posts
Muscat posted:
1. Proof of results
2. Customer support
3. Consistent long term results with low draw down
4. NOT martingale / grid trader
5. Method of signals (email, telegram etc)
6. Hours of trading
7. Price


all very good points to look for, personally i prefer to learn for myself rather than use signals

momo3HC
Jun 02 2019 at 11:55
164 posts
1. Longer trading record.
2. Monthly gain
3. Low Drawdown
4. Trader own capital
5. Strategy
6. EA/Manual
7. If they are using the same broker

Treeny
Jun 02 2019 at 14:05
135 posts
I check to see if they are trying to sell me signals and if they are I run a mile...

momo3HC
Jun 07 2019 at 08:45
164 posts
Treeny posted:
I check to see if they are trying to sell me signals and if they are I run a mile...


😁There`s nothing that can surprise me.

MaximePips
Jun 07 2019 at 10:11
9 posts
1. Strategy
2. Low Drawdown
3. Longer trading record.
4. Monthly gain
5. EA/Manual
6. Trader own capital
7. If they are using the same broker

Generous
Jun 09 2019 at 10:27
18 posts
Why do people not invest in MAM's rather then signal services? Is there not a conflict of interest (paying monthly to subscribe irrelevant of the results)?

Professional4X
Jun 09 2019 at 23:45
1189 posts
I honestly don't understand how anyone can be so to actually pay for a trading signal.

Signals are a waste of time and a rip off.

Why anyone would give control of their trading account to a total stranger is beyond me.

People who sell EA, Bots, and signals are bottom feeders who make money on the false hopes and dreams of others, always promising big returns, but usually only providing big losses and blown accounts.

If they were actually making a lot of money with their own trading, they wouldn't be selling their crap to other people.

Select a reputable broker with strong regulations and a guarantee of asset protections, and learn to properly trade.

If it looks too good to be true, it's probably a scam! Let the buyer beware.
JuanJoel
Jun 10 2019 at 10:43
5 posts
Professional4X posted:
I honestly don't understand how anyone can be so to actually pay for a trading signal.

Signals are a waste of time and a rip off.

Why anyone would give control of their trading account to a total stranger is beyond me.

People who sell EA, Bots, and signals are bottom feeders who make money on the false hopes and dreams of others, always promising big returns, but usually only providing big losses and blown accounts.

If they were actually making a lot of money with their own trading, they wouldn't be selling their crap to other people.

Select a reputable broker with strong regulations and a guarantee of asset protections, and learn to properly trade.


That's not entirely true actually. One thing are signals that are emitted according to the market trends. Anyone can take a wild guess and say they have powerful and successful trading signals. This is just like those people that publish content about the crypto value/price of the week and use as a reference 'an analyst', without saying names.

The other thing are traders that actually make a living on trading, and have built a successful base of clients. Traders like the people on https://learn2.trade/ are people who actually incentivize users to create an account and make an initial deposit to receive free signals.

I think that's a bold statement of yours, and I actually ponder if you've used any signal provider at all.

Bots and people who promise big returns I agree with you, those people are the ones who are trying to make a quick buck on desperate people who also want to make a quick buck, but you can't take all the people who actually try on this niche and base on 'bottom feeders'.

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