I just wanted to say that it would be of great benefit to signal followers if providers past signal results could be accessed. There are so many Signal providers that just keep adding new signals that are pretty much boom or bust hoping to get huge short term results to suck in followers. Unfortunately those signals are destined to blow up and lose everyones money sooner or later.
Forum on trading, automated trading systems and testing trading strategies
Sergey Golubev, 2021.01.14 09:18
I am posting this suggestion all the time on the forum. It is related to the Signals, the Market, and to the Freelance as well -
Sergey Golubev, 2020.01.16 06:35
There is one rule which some people follow: subscribe to the signal or create an order in Freelance or purchase the product from the user/seller/coder/provider you know in person or you know by activity on the forum. Because if you purchased something so I may ask: "Do you know the seller in person, or you are familiar with him on this forum?" If you say: "Not" so it will be very strange case for me ...
There are a lot of professional and honest users/coders on the forum, and some of them are very active on this forum helping to the other people and replying on the forum posts/requests.
Always choose the person you know in this forum (who is very active here), and you will have less problems with anything.Just my opinion sorry (because I am not a coder, and I am using Freelance and Market as well).
I dont necessarily think that someone who is very active in the forums equals a safer signal. There are many providers on here who are super active but have churned through many many failed signals and they can just wipe that slate clean and start a new one that promises you safe trading, set SL levels, no martin gayle etc.
My main point is we should all be able to look at a providers past signals active or not and it may provide a very good idea of the type of trader you are potentially looking to follow.
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