Recently I was getting lots of questions from customers asking:
- Which Forex system is the best in my shop?
- Which system would I recommend?
- Is X system better than Y system?
Please kindly understand that I can’t answer these questions, because there isn’t a single “best” system. The strategy that would fit one customer is not sure would work for another. Please also keep in mind that I’m not a review site, I’m a cheap re-seller site. I can’t possibly know all the features and details of all the hundreds of systems and I don’t want to recommend anything because if I’d tell you that X system is the best and you buy it and discover it is not your cup of tea then you’d blame me for that.
I might prefer a system that gives one signal a week but if I recommend that, the customer who prefers more action would definitely complain. If a system gives you signals during the night when you sleep, you sure wouldn’t like it, however as we are not in the same timezone, it might be perfect for me. I don’t want to convince you to buy anything and I’d never directly recommend any products. There are dozens of good forums and review sites that you can get unbiased info from. However if you know what you want to buy, I’m more than happy to help you with the lowest possible price as always. 🙂
From the retail price of an average system ($150-200) you can get 10-20 systems at my BudgetForex Shop. You have the opportunity to test multiple systems by yourself and experience how they perform. You don’t have to rely on the vendors’ fancy promises anymore. You can test all the systems you’d be interested in for cheap (in 80-90% discount) then use the one(s) you really like.