Today I’m providing a review of this service with multiple products in the Forex market, Complete Forex Signals. Under the CFS umbrella, there is the Forex Revival Profits manual trading system, the Forex Freedom System manual trading method, and the Forex Freedom System EA which I happened to review a couple of weeks ago.
The owner of this service is Mike Newton, his company Windsor Forex is located at 1019, 13 Freeland Park, Wareham Road, Poole, Dorset, BH16 6FH, UK. The contact form can be found in the navigation bar at the top of the website labeled “Contact Us,” for any traders that are looking to do just that.
Complete Forex Signals Review
As I have already spent quite a bit of time on the Forex Freedom System review, my main focus will be on the other systems provided by the Complete Forex Signals service provider. Before I get into that though, I should mention that the front page of the website is updated daily with free trading signals that are used to promote the collection of Freedom System products.
So let’s start by taking a closer look at Forex Revival Profits. The software is built to “generate accurate signals on any pair on your preferred timeframe.” This is more of a trade alert software, that it is a manual trading system. The product utilizes 6 different indicators in conjunction to determine potential trading opportunities. There are two moving average indicators, moving average convergence, a custom inidcator, average true range, and price action.
The manual Forex Freedom System Method is advertised as “a reliable price action trading system that has been crafted to a trading signals alert software.” So, this is much like the revival system and that traders will get trade alerts in MT 4 telling them which trades to place. There is no real explanation as to how this strategy works, but you can pretty much assume that it utilizes the same strategy as the automated version, which is discussed more directly.
Update: Right as I was about to post this review the developers happened to release another system called the “Zenith Trend Scanner,” so I’ll have to take a closer look and review this one soon as well. Keep an eye out for it.
- Type: Signal Systems, Forex Robot
- Price: $54.80 – $197.00
- Strategy: Indicator Based
- Timeframe: H1, H4
- Pairs: All Majors
The cheapest of the 3 Complete Forex Signals systems is the revival software at $54.80, then the manual freedom system at $147, and the automated freedom system at $197. So, there is a price point for just about every user to get involved with one of the trading systems available. When purchasing traders are taken to a PayPal page where a payment is to be made to “Mike Ndegwa Solutions,” so it’s possible Mike Newton is just an alias.
It seems quite apparent that the developers spent the least amount of time in the promotion of the systems, focusing on the most important part, the trading results. All of the Complete Forex Signals trading products do a poor job at providing us with long form, up-to-date, verified trading statements.
The revival profits system show us a trading statement from late July 2015 to early April 2016. The Forex freedom system provide us with results from April 2015, to November 2015.
So, none of the products have up-to-date results, and that makes me wonder if these products are still being sold, or if they are long forgotten and I’m just looking at old data still living on the Internet. Hopefully these are questions that we will have answered once the review starts to get some traction.
As it stands right now, I won’t be able to recommend any of the Complete Forex Signals products to the Forex Robot Nation readers. Obviously, I need some of my questions to be answered before I can even consider it. As we approach the end of 2017, it’s quite apparent that the developers of the systems are years behind when it comes to updating their trading results.
If you have anything you would like to add to the review, now would be the time. Thank you for reading, and have a great day.