Created by Steve Copan, The Market Matrix is a trading product that teaches you how to predict marketing movements by using Matrix Cycles.
What is the product?
The Market Matrix comes as a 138 page guide which over the course of 8 chapters, Steve Copan shows you his method of trading and what it entails. The Market Matrix is also fully illustrated providing charts and the like where required. The core of The Market Matrix is obviously dedicated to what is involved and it covers this in considerable detail. There are also chapters that are dedicated to similar theories that The Market Matrix seems to draw on (for example Elliott Waves and Fibonacci sequences which both explore patterns and cycles relating to inversion points in trading). The Market Matrix is clearly influenced from a number of different sources but one of the main ones is Delta in so much as the both say that Lunar cycles make up a big part of successful trading as well as looking at calendar weeks instead of just working weeks. Through application of what The Market Matrix teaches you, Steve Copan says that you should be able to identify when market inversions will occur and as such, you can make the relevant trades. The Market Matrix is claimed to be able to work on any timeframe as well as any currency pair (and presumably commodity).
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
The Market Matrix is actually rather widely available and as such the amount that you will pay or it varies. It was brought to my attention as Agora Lifestyles are currently marketing it with Steve Copan and they are charging £123.50 with the added bonus of a 30 day money back guarantee. Based off my research, this is one of the lower prices on the market. In terms of the income potential for The Market Matrix, there aren’t really any specific claims made however there are examples from Steve Copan of trades that he has allegedly made. These include profits of between 108 and 253 pips made over a period of up to 18 days. That having been said, these are most likely to be exceptional examples.
Does the product provide value for money?
The costs involved with The Market Matrix are rather on the steep side and the methods that are involved are far from conclusive in nature. With that in mind I’m not certain that I would call The Market Matrix value for money.
There is a lot of division when it comes to The Market Matrix and I can see why. The system has been around since ’97 and it has a strong following amongst a certain set of traders. That having been said, there are plenty of people questioning results and predictions that get no solid evidence to prove The Market Matrix does work and this is the fundamental flaw. Given the ability to predict markets and inversions and the like at will, you would expect somewhere for newer charts to exist that document The Market Matrix in action and there isn’t. This puts me off to no end and as such, I don’t think I would recommend The Market Matrix.