Today I’m reviewing a new Forex trading product by Dan Knight, FX Heavy Hitter. Dan claims to be a 41-year-old managing director of a hedge fund in New York who now believes that he’s mastered the hidden logic of the Forex trading markets. I’m not sure why a hedge fund director would have any advanced Forex trading knowledge, and that doesn’t seem to be explained in any real detail on the sales page.
There is no location for the product headquarters, or Dan Knight, but you can get in touch with their support team via email email@example.com.
FX Heavy Hitter Review
This Forex trading product looks like it’s trying to pay homage to the old sales pages that have long been forgotten. We are told that we can get access to FX Heavy Hitter, which is the same technology used by this hedge fund trader to amass over 1.7 million before he turned 30. Again, it doesn’t make sense why a hedge fund manager would be involved in this market. Yet, we are told that we “can get red-hot profit packed trades handed” to us on a platter, at the same time his traders carry them out.
This classic sales page weaves a story about Dan Knight and how he came to become enthralled with the markets. Really, the entire concept of the trading system and its reputation is based on this one man. This is a bit of an issue because the image for Dan Knight is actually stolen from another website. It’s actually a picture of a man named Shawn Wayne King.
This certainly attacks the merits of the developer and the product itself.
- Type: Forex Indicator
- Price: $39
- Strategy: Trend Follower
- Timeframe: Any
- Pairs: Any
One of the main issues that I have with the FX Heavy Hitter is the type of results being provided. In the first paragraph I joked about this being an homage to old trading systems, and it truly is when it comes to the trading results. The results provided seem like a bad joke. There are nothing but screenshots that provide little to no proof at all.
At the top of the website, the use a my FX book screenshot claiming that their system makes insane profits per trade. Yet, they never give us actual access to this my FX book account which makes it seem like the results are being fabricated in Photoshop or just stolen from another more profitable software. There is nothing in the results section that makes a reliable connection between what is being shown to us and the indicator itself.
There is nothing that suggests that the FX Heavy Hitter is anything more than a blind guess. What I mean by that is, they don’t provide us with valid proof or any distinguishable trading strategy. That essentially puts us in a position where we have no idea what we are buying. When you combine that, with the fact that the trading results are shady and the image of Dan Knight is stolen, you end up with a 2 star review.
Please let me know what you think about this trading system, and whether or not I’ve been too harsh in my review. Thank you for stopping by, and have a great start to your trading week.