Created by David King, Signals to Profit is software for trading binary options. The software is free but you do need to sign up with TradeRush Brokers to access it.
What is the product?
Signals to Profit is an application for download that provides users with indicators for binary options trading that according to David King, is able to predict currency pair movements with a 92% accuracy. The software is shown in a sales video to be simple to use with the software showing indicators that with the push of a button can automatically be traded for you. There is no information in terms of how Signals to Profit’s indicators come about i.e. following markets, currencies etc. which I always find a cause for concern. In order to gain access you have to sign up with Signals to Profit which David King claims is the only broker he trusts. It is worth noting that in one of his promotional videos he shows 2 other brokers being used.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
David King has chosen to make Signals to Profit available for free on a 30 day trial after which point the cost goes up to $997. In order to get your free 30 days you have to sign up through TradeRush which will likely require a minimum deposit of anywhere between $250 and $500. If you purchase the full Signals to Profit package then you receive a full lifetime license. In terms of the rate of return David King consistently claims that you will be able to make a minimum of $2451.50 every 30 days.
Does the product provide value for money?
Despite being free I don’t believe that Signals to Profit does provide value for money.
As the slew of free to access binary options software packages continues I find myself looking at yet another example of a product that does not adequately prove that it is capable of producing a genuine profit. The fact that Signals to Profit and its ilk tie you down to a single broker continues to suggest that their primary purpose is to encourage Joe Average into signing up with big money promises in order for a marketer to make some money on the side through referral commissions.
As always with this kind of product I am left little choice but to recommend avoidance.