Project fast pips is a new Forex product by Cedric Norwood. Cedric claims that he made 1.4 million in just 27 months while trading Forex for the banks.
Today I will analyze and review this Forex investing system and let you know whether or not the system has potential.
Project Fast Pips Review
I have this sneaking suspicion that project fast pips is created by the same developer that bring us a lot of Forex products recently. The layout is the exact same and the sales information seems oddly familiar as well. This is something to keep an eye on as we move forward with the review.
As I scroll down one of these similarities with many of these other Forex products is the fake my FX book screenshot. I challenge Cedric to provide us with an actual link to this account if it is real because I don’t believe for a second that this is real.
This is another signal software so project fast pips is the same sort of system that we’ve been seeing on all of these pages. I’ll show you a screenshot with an example of how this type of system works. Basically you will receive a trade alert which will tell you whether to buy herself went to enter it went to exit taking away all guesswork from the Forex trade.
As I scroll down for I find even more results, this one a screenshot of the mt4live account. Again, this is not clickable and it is not real because a real project fast pips mt4live image would say summary of account name not just summary.
Project Fast Pips Conclusion
I find that a lot of the information provided by project fast pips is misleading and I believe this to be a scam. I will be recommending that all Forex robot nation users avoid this software at all costs.
If you have something you would like to add to the review please leave your comments below. I look forward to hearing from you.