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thelostkiwi

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I am looking to purchase trendsignal but am now a little concerned over what I read in these reviews.
Can anybody add more up to date info re. trendsignal?
JB from Sussex and Patrick from Newcastle had some very interesting comments.
I would really appreciate it if they could elaborate more on their comments as I really need to make it as a trader!
 

john ba

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I am looking to purchase trendsignal but am now a little concerned over what I read in these reviews.
Can anybody add more up to date info re. trendsignal?
JB from Sussex and Patrick from Newcastle had some very interesting comments.
I would really appreciate it if they could elaborate more on their comments as I really need to make it as a trader!
I signed up in Feb 2019. TS claim a 67% success rate but that is not my experience. Also, losses are far far bigger than gains. I've lost money every month since March, except for a very small gain in October. I've lost thousands of £ this year using their S4/S5 and D1 strategies. They tell you to play the long game but it's been 10 months and there is no sign of gains. I wish I had not been taken in by their BS. Do not sign up to Trend Signal, ever!
 

Slagger

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Hi guys, first post on the forum so here goes...I fully intended to write a review after a year of trading, but thought I would share a few observations so far.

I joined Trend-Signal at the end of last year having had no previous trading experience. I signed up for their D1 strategy which was marketed as a no stress trading environment requiring 20 minutes in the evening, 5 days per week with the emphasis of it being an easy-to-understand system, obviously to attract people with hectic schedules, and retirees with little or no experience.

I found it quite daunting at first as everything was new to me but the engagement enthusiasm and patience of the coaches - Stuart, Keith, James and Mike - was welcoming and encouraging. I did not attend the one-day seminar in Milton Keynes due to the emergence of Covid19 so I took part in an online version instead. I spent a couple of months attending the live reviews and webinars before daring to trade myself. A lot of information and rules to learn! Watched the videos on their website quite a few times to drum it in. I did not set up a demo account with my trading platform and instead went straight to 10p per pip. In hindsight this may have been a smarter move but others have pointed out that you take far more chances on a demo account than on a regular one where you would adopt a more measured approach.

For the first month or so my account grew modestly but subsequently lost money around the emergence of Covid19 and nervous FX market fluctuation. I found that there were more losing trades than winning ones and I became despondent and lacked confidence. By this time I had progressed onto the Reversals, S4S5 and Accelerator strategies and became confused by the volume of rules and information. At this point my account was down by just over £300 spread over 4 months despite caution and low stake. Admittedly I made a few mistakes, everyone does. It's hard to criticize the D1 strategy but there appear to be weaknesses and contradictions without going into a long diatribe.

So what did I do? Yep, you guessed it, I switched to the DT2 strategy which I thought was more up my street. Two months in I am finding it a roller coaster ride, both fun and brutal at the same time. After 10 weeks of trading I am at minus 500 pips which isn't so bad considering I'm a newbie still on a 10p stake. Again I cannot fault the dedication of coaches Stuart, Keith and James in the live trading sessions - always ready to help answer questions. All I want to do is achieve consistency through confident trading following the rules, then increase my stake. One of the coaches remarked "You're a newbie for a year" so patience is undoubtedly a key issue. At this moment I have my reservations regarding Trend-Signal but I will write a further review at the end of the year.
 
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