Premium FX Scalper claims that it makes consistent pips every day with its secret indicator. In this review, I’ll disclose the actual performance of so-called Premium Forex Scalper. So make sure this review till the very end as I provide you factual information.
Official Website: http://www.premiumfxscalper.com/
Premium FX Scalper is a short term trading strategy also called scalping strategy. It works over M1 (Minute 1) and M5 (Minute 5) timeframe. The important thing is, the strategy comes with a custom indicator. Which on the sales page it is referred as a secret indicator. The custom indicator works over Meta Trader 4 platform.
Secondly, the strategy works with all kind of assets including currency pairs, stocks, commodities and precious metal. This is a one size fits all fallacy. Every asset has its own peculiarities.
The signals are very easy to follow. The indicator below the candlestick chart shows the overall trend of market. The red bar shows downward trend, whereas the green bars show an upward trend. The system is mechanical, meaning it is completely rule based strategy. In addition, it doesn’t allow you trade automatically. You have to manually enter a trade. It is not an automated trading robot.
Proof of Scam
The sales page is claiming that the indicator makes around 100 pips on average per day. But there is no proof of the earning. I mean there is no trading statement which can establish the fact that the system makes the claimed pips on average every day.
I have seen similar claims on many different scam sites. But the genuine sites have 3rd party verified trading logs. The guy behind the system must have profited with the trading strategy. And he should have a statement either real or demo. But in the case of Premium Fx Scalper there are none.
Finally, I would suggest you, to stay away from Premium Fx Scalper. Not only you have to waste $84 dollar in order to access the system. But you also need to test it, in order to prove yourself that it actually works. The few trades on the sales pages are the lucky one. If the system has made consistent profits the sales page would have happily posted the statement.