Offered by John Harrison of Streetwise News, Soap Opera Signal is some kind of trading guide that claims you can profit during “Soap Opera Alley”.
What is the product?
Soap Opera Signal is essentially a downloadable trading guide on using an allegedly very simple trading technique to trade profitably. The guide comes over 16 pages and also comes with a CD rom that offers video training supporting this. Information on how Soap Opera Signal works is rather scarce on the sales page for Soap Opera Signal which is rather disappointing. John Harrison says that it involves waiting for two numbers to match up on trading graph but outside of information about what the signal entails, there is very little information. I assume that Soap Opera Signal is a Forex based product but not even this is confirmed which frankly I find rather concerning. The only other concrete bit of information is that Soap Opera Signal will not necessarily have trades every day.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Streetwise News is marketing Soap Opera Signal for £197 with a £50 discount for the first 25 people. There is a money back guarantee in place that states that if you can show you haven’t made a substantial profit in 90 days, you can claim a refund. As the term substantial is subjective however I would be wary about this. In terms of the profitability of Soap Opera Signal, John Harrison claims that a trade will make between £100 and £200 with 75% of trades being profitable.
Does the product provide value for money?
All things considered, I don’t believe that Soap Opera Signal does provide value for money.
My biggest issue with Soap Opera Signal lies in the fact that there is no way of actually knowing what you are buying into. There is trading involved which as I have said suggests Forex but there isn’t actually any clarification about this which I find rather concerning. The simple fact is that there is no real information about Soap Opera Signal anywhere on their sales page and I don’t see how that is actually supposed to entice anybody into making a £200 purchase. Personally, I’d stay away from this.