How good Foresignal is?
We’d like you to read a review about a Foresignal signal provider. The company has no presentation that would explain something to us. The signals are placed on the main page. In order to be up to date for the upcoming ones, we have to refresh the page or register an account.
There are three blocks by three signals.
We open two orders to check how everything will be going on. We registered to get access to the other signals.
We’ve opened several orders according to received signals.
After proceeding with a simple registration, we can click the “Show” button to receive hidden info about Buy or Sell and TP/SL level placement.
Pending order should be placed as a signal arrives (at “From” time). “Till” time is intended to forced exit. Any open trade is “Filled” when “Till” time is about to be reached. Any pending order is “Cancelled” when the “Till” time is about to be reached. Use trailing-stop to maximize profit.
We have to keep in mind that different brokers give different quotes at a specific point of time. The difference is usually about 5 pips and perhaps more. To overcome this issue Foresignal tries to average quotes from different brokers and provides “average” results. Nevertheless, it’s possible that a trade reaches entry/take-profit/stop-loss level when Foresignal trade doesn’t and vice versa due to quote difference.
It’s great that the devs show their trading results as they are.
Some SL and TP levels are not correct.
It’s a demo account, so, worry not.
The first and the last deal have been closed with the profit. The last one was closed with $30 of the profit.
So, trading half an hour I’ve got $56+$26.5+$25.11 = $107.61. It’s a daily min wage. We care about our nervous thus we closed all trades manually without being greedy.
We can see trading results for every currency since January 2019. As we can see, the most frequent symbols by gained pips were GBP/USD and they equaled 1063. The second place is between AUD/USD with 906 pips and EUR/JPY with 907 pips. The underdog ones are GBP/CHF and EUR/USD.
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Social network pages
There are 88 followers on a Blogspot page. The account has got a huge number of posts since 2011.
A Twitter account has 6585 Followers and about 100K posts. The account has run since 2009. Some of the posts were licked.
- Good signal frequency
- Signal accuracy is ok
- No months with loss
- Free signals
- TP and SL leveling provided
- Many symbols to work with
- Big social network history
- Zero experience is required
- No strategy explanations provided
- We don’t know who’s behind the signals