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Commodities & Forex Trading Premium Signal Service

"Pin Pointing 'High Probability' Trading Opportunities"

Trade Profitably With One The Worlds Leading Signal Providers

Our Premium Signal Service

Our highly experienced team of analysts and traders spend hours monitoring the Commodities and Forex markets and studying global events to pin point 'High Probability' trading opportunities. Using our advanced institutional strategy, like a sniper we are looking for that bulls eye shot. Based on your preferences, as soon as our eye is on target, using email and sms (via WhatsApp) we send out our signal.

You will receive the instrument name (example EUR/USD or WTIOIL) along with a BUY or Sell order, stop loss and up to three take profit targets depending on the trade potential.

The advanced technical analysis tools we use display ratings based on technical indicators. We apply multiple indicators to analyse a single financial instrument in real time.
1. Positive Signal for Commodities and Forex
2. Send Out SMS (via WhatsApp) and Email to Subscribers
3. Subscriber Informed Trading Decision
  • Example of Our Real Time Analysis (Use    for update)

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The Foreign Exchange Currency Market

The foreign exchange currency market, often called "the Forex," is the world's largest financial market. Daily trading volume on the Forex is typically more than 1,000 times greater than the combined totals of all stock and equity trading markets worldwide. Every currency in the world is traded through this huge, highly decentralized marketplace, with 15 regional marketplaces and thousands of specialist traders.  Becoming an amateur Forex trader is as easy as opening an account with a Forex broker. Most large UK stockbrokers offer Forex trading. If you currently have a brokerage account, it's likely you can begin Forex trading through your stockbroker, in most cases simply by filling out a short online currency-trading application. If you're opening a new Forex account, you'll begin by making a small deposit; some brokers will open an account with as little as a £100.00 deposit while others may require more.


Digital currency exchange (DCE) may be brick-and-mortar businesses, exchanging traditional payment methods and digital currencies, or strictly online businesses, exchanging electronically transferred money and digital currencies. A number of digital currency exchanges operate outside of Western countries, avoiding regulatory oversight and prosecution, but DCEs often handle Western fiat currencies, sometimes maintaining bank accounts in several countries to facilitate deposits in various national currencies. They may accept credit card payments, wire transfers or other forms of payment in exchange for digital currencies or cryptocurrencies. As of 2018 regulation of cryptocurrency and digital exchanges in many developed jurisdictions remains unclear, many regulators are still considering how to deal with these types of businesses and regulation regimes that do exist have often not been tested for validity. They can send cryptocurrency to your personal cryptocurrency wallet.

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Hard Commodities

A commodity is a natural resource that can be processed and sold. Commodities that are tracked in the financial markets include agricultural goods, metals, energies and minerals, among others. Commodities are the essential components of other manufactured goods – the building blocks for both industrial and domestic products and foodstuffs. They are shipped around the world to meet demand, because not all countries are capable of producing every commodity they need. The production and consumption of commodities depends on factors such as climate, season and resources – both natural and man-made. Demand is also influenced by a complex interaction between economic factors and consumer habits. Because of this, commodity prices have the potential to fluctuate greatly. Examples include: Oil, natural gas, cotton, aluminium, copper, silver, gold, lead.
The market overview below provides a quick glance at the latest market activity across the commodities and forex sectors at different time frames.
Legally required risk warning - Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts. 
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