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Has anyone come into contact with the entity 'News Trade Sniper' ?

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  1. Louis123321

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    Hi guys, woah this may be my 1st post :) Anyway, as the title says, has anyone come into contact with, used or had any kind of interaction with 'http://www.newstradesniper.com/' ?

    From some random forex scam-lookalike newsletters about 2-3 weeks ago - as I am a bit of a gullable fool and have been burned plenty of times - I am subscribed to quite a few newsletters. I would normally report spam on my gmail and be done with it, BUT, I and im sure many other of you guys use the daily news trading signals here on FPA right? Thanks to our GODSEND mastermind..

    I have noticed that simply being subscribed to the news letter on this website they send you free news signals, and its pretty strange they are like exactly the same as our FPA guy's. For example today (10 min ago) I got an e-mail from them saying exactly the same news releases - as always - that should be traded with virtually the same words & everything lol.. I would think they would be copying our FPA guy but it could be possible that they are perhaps actually not a scam? For me it's hard to believe, we know what they are like. And that website looks near to a default template of all the other marketing traps laid out for us..

    So my main question is basically does anyone have any idea about them? I've been googling for a few weeks and i've found next to nothing, only the expected ref link & fancy articles etc. I noticed they are also on FPA (News Trade Sniper | NewsTradeSniper.comreviews and ratings by Forex Peace Army) but there is not a single review or anything.. The thing I find interesting is they ARE giving VERY valuable info in this newsletter, and it's all about selling their software which automates these news trades with a live news feed etcetcetc.. It's very interesting, and I have to say as the e-mails continue I am getting convinced to try it out. Would anyone else who is perhaps slightly rich like to give it a try and let us know how it is? ;)

    On a serious note, it's intriguing.. Because they haven't spammed me once, only given me trading signals just before the next news trading day comes.. I'm not sure if im allowed (?) to paste this but it's a public newsletter from them & i'd like you all to see it, as it will remind you of our ever so accurate FPA news trading signals.. It's got me pretty curious. Here is the e-mail i just got from them about todays events.. Maybe he's copy & pasting our signal provider..? Or maybe i'm completely wrong and he/they are just unique & godlike analysts themselves.. Let me know what you make of the whole thing, could be a scam or a brilliant discovery.. paste below ;

    Ignore the time from my gmail, I live in Dubai, so my time is nowhere near EST/GMT. It was like 20 min ago from this post.



    News Trade Sniper (Members) members@newstradesniper.com via bounce.getresponse.com

    5:27 AM (24 minutes ago)

    to me
    Hi there,


    We have three tradeable news releases tomorrow:



    1) US ADP NFP Employment, 30th Nov. 2011, 8.15am EST (Private
    estimate figures on NFP released by Automatic Data Processing - ADP)

    Analysts expect the figure to come out at 130k.

    Trade Plan

    We will be trading a deviation of 50k.

    So if the figure comes out at 180k or higher, we will buy USD/JPY
    looking for 25-30 pips.

    If the figure comes out at 80k or lower, we will sell USD/JPY
    looking for 25-30 pips.


    Trade Strategy

    We will trade both the spike, with the Spike Trader Pro, as well as
    a decent retracement of 20-30%, for an after-spike trade.

    I will be risking 3% of my account size on this event.


    2) Canadian GDP m/m, 30th Nov. 2011, 8.30am EST (Monthly GDP
    reading out of Canada)

    Analysts expect the figure to come out at 0.2%

    Trade Plan

    We will be trading a deviation of 0.3.

    So if the figure comes out at 0.5% or higher, we will Sell USD/CAD
    looking for 50-70 pips.

    If the figure comes out at -0.1 or lower, we will Buy USD/CAD
    looking for 50-70 pips.

    Trade Strategy

    We will trade both the spike, with the Spike Trader Pro, as well as
    a decent retracement of 10%, for an after-spike trade. Please note
    that this trade rarely retraces sometimes it just moves, stalls and
    moves again.

    I will be risking 5% of my account size on this event.



    3) Australian Retail Sales m/m, 30th Nov. 2011, 7.30pm EST (Change
    in the total value of sales at the retail level)

    Analysts expect the figure to come out at 0.4%

    Trade Plan

    We will be trading a deviation of 0.5.

    So if the figure comes out at 0.9% or higher, we will Buy AUD/USD
    looking for 40-50 pips.

    If the figure comes out at -0.1% or lower, we will Sell AUD/USD
    looking for 40-50 pips.


    Trade Strategy

    We will trade both the spike, with the Spike Trader Pro, as well as
    a decent retracement of 20%, for an after-spike trade.

    I will be risking 5% of my account size on this event.


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    Remember you can get full access to News Trade Sniper for just
    $1 on the page below:

    News Trade Sniper



    Kind Regards,

    David

    News Trade Sniper

    News Trade Sniper



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