Thursday, May 30, 2013

Myfxpedia Review

Myfxpedia Review
Myfxpedia is a new player in the market offering Forex signals copied right in to your MT4 account.

I was really impressed after I started using Myfxpedia a while ago. It might be a bit early to give the green light for everyone to jump in but if you are a risk taker and you don’t care about losing a couple of hundred dollars then this might be worth it.

What I really liked about myfxpedia so far is their ability to keep losses controlled and recovery is usually very quick. Besides, their customer service is not bad at all.

They offer different plans, mainly you can get the signals via SMS/email or you can sign up for the copier service which will place the trades on your account for you automatically and this is the one that I picked since its very convenient.

I can't say that their service is cheap they start with $98/month all the way to $589/month depending on what kind of plan you choose.

My advice to you would be to start for a single month on the trade copier plan which is $129 and then you can decide whether to keep using their service after you assess their performance.

I will keep an eye on my account and keep posting updates on that one.

Mohamed Rabea - ForexFaqs.Net
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1 comment:

Bastian said...

Thank you for that quick review.

The trackrecord looks like very nice so far. I will put their service on my watchlist.

Could you recommend more of such signal provider?