Since our trading signals are generated by two independent analysis techniques that are capable of identifying
the direction and the magnitude of the market movement, they are divided into two classes:
Trend Signals and Price Targets.
Intraday Trend Forecast (ITF): ITF trading signals are a prediction of the currency direction for a trading day. This forex forecast is produced daily at 8.a.m. GMT and covers both the European and US trading session. The signals may be interesting for both end-of-day and intraday traders.
Accurate Price Targets (APT): APT trading signals are a combination of the profit target accurate forecast and the entry/exit signals based on the 60-360-minute forex charts. APT signals are generated several times per month and are designed for short-term and medium-term, sure-fire forex trades.
All the signals are based on the mathematical analysis of the market turning points. The analysis allows predictions of potential turning points (price targets) with high accuracy and determines the direction of the market in different time perspectives.
The accounts are managed based on the same trading signals that are published in the performance data. Instead of buying the signals. you can switch your trading account into managed.
Price Targets Forecasting System (PTF System)
By analyzing historical turning points according to a specific algorithm, this system accurately computes a future price reversal that can serve as a price target (profit target) for a trade. The trading system was designed to generate price targets achieved by prices with 100% probability—for any other percentage makes trading senseless. The task seemed to be absolutely impossible with regard to forecasting time and price (separate price target point), while it became quite realizable with regard to computing a price target's linear dynamics over time. The trading forecast generated by the system displays its values graphically as lines and results in sloping rays extended into the future.
Turning Points Identification System (TPI System)
This system detects turns in market trends in real-time mode and is used mainly to determine exits and entries for positions.
Complex Market Analysis (CMA System)
There are always conflicting trends depending on the time frame being considered. By making a simultaneous analysis of all major time frames according to a specific method, this system determines a general trend and a day trend of currencies.
If you do not have a ready-to-use and proven trading system that 100% guarantees winnings, then investing in forex is probably the worst investment. You can, of course, find “successful traders” who declare a steady income by managing investors' money. But, as a rule, such traders do not have any coherent trading system, which means your money will constantly be under threat.
Once you are on this site, then you have the potential opportunity to get access to trading signals or managed accounts that allow you to make a guaranteed profit in the forex market. The algorithm used in the signals is mathematically grounded and tested in practice. Prices for our signals are higher than those of competitors, but there are no analogues on the market.
Plenty of sites on
the Internet offer foreign exchange signals, forecasts, and
trading systems and methods, however at ridiculous prices that
would cause doubt even in a novice in the business.
|APT signals (Accurate Price Targets) were launched - Oct 2017|
|WTS signals (Weekly Trend Signals) - Dec 2016 - May 2017|
|PTF-50 and PTF-100 signals (Price Targets Forecast 50, 100 prepaid pips plans) - Jun 2016 - Dec 2016|
|ITF signals (Intraday Trend Forecast) were launched - Jun 2016|
|FFT / STF signals (A combination of signals) - Oct. 2015 - Jun. 2016|
|FFT signals (Forex Forecast for Tomorrow) - Feb 2012 - Oct 2015|
|STF-100 signals (Short-Term Forecast 100% Accurate) - Jun 2012 - Jun 2013|
|STF signals (Short-Term Forecast) - Dec 2009 - May 2012|
|STFS signals (Short-Term Forecast/Signals) - Jan 2008 - Dec 2009|
|Managed accounts - Apr 2004 - Dec 2007|
|Website launch - Mar 2004|