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Background Information

1. Introduction

This site started out in May 2009 as just a forex robot testing site. My goal was to put as many commercial robots as possible under scrutiny and see if they measured up to their claims. Like you, I was tired of the vendors' over-hyped claims and misrepresentations (and sometimes outright scams). My desire was to test these robots so that potential buyers would be informed and not have to rely solely on the vendor's statements and so-called proof.

A couple of years ago, I started to test a few commercial manual trading systems and indicators. While I use robots to augment my profits, I had been trading "manually" (non-automated) since 1994. I hold a B.A. degree in Economics, and doctorate degrees in both law (J.D.) and medicine (M.D.), but decided to leave my lucrative, "prestigious" position in 1998 to pursue my true passion: trading. Back then, however, online currency trading was not available to the retail trader. I thus started out trading in stocks, options, mutual funds, etc. I made the switch to forex in 2008 and have never looked back.

I trade the forex markets "manually" on a full-time basis, and operate this site as a side project. I'm still very interested in finding profitable robots and constantly comb the internet looking for new ones that may have potential.

2. Xtreme Zones Trading Tool

In early 2015, I started testing a manual trading indicator called "Xtreme Zones" by Fxquickroute.com. This trading tool fit perfectly into my style of trading, and I began using it on my many real accounts. Previously, I was using more traditional indicators such as Keltner Channels, Bollinger Bands, and Center of Gravity. I found Xtreme Zones to be more reliable and useful than any other indicator I had previously used. I started a demo account to show my trading results and, although it's not an automated robot, I wanted to offer my site visitors an opportunity to view it in actual use.

The trading results using Xtreme Zones, along with Forex Indicator Predictor and E-Swing Jackhammer, were quite good, with amazingly consistent profitable days. I soon started receiving inquiries as to whether I could permit others to copy my trades using trade copying or mirroring software. Although this was not my intent when I first started the Xtreme Zones demo, I decided that allowing traders to subscribe to my trading signals could be a beneficial for everyone. Hence, our new trading signal service, FXsignalsXZ.

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3. Full Transparency

Unlike virtually all other signal services out there, we believe in full transparency. I show my trades in real-time using both live and demo accounts. I do not claim to use some secret proprietary trading strategy or method. This is no "black box" system. In fact, the trading tools I use are clearly named on this page, and you can purchase them for yourself if you wish.

All trades are personally executed by me, the owner and operator of this site. There will never be a fill-in or substitute trader. Furthermore, absolutely no expert advisors or robots shall ever be used. Therefore, there will be some short periods of no trading as I -- like everyone else -- need to take a break or vacation now and then.

Further, this style of trading relies on market volatility. If the market is quiet, there will not be an opportunity to trade. Thus, a subscriber should not be alarmed if no trades are placed on a particular day. If I don't see a good opportunity to open a position, a trade will not be executed. I try my best not to "force" a trade as that usually leads to a regrettable loss.

4. Trade Mirror EA, VPS & Brokers

We use FX Blue's free Internet Trade Mirror EA to send the trading signals from the master account into yours. An MT4 broker is required.

Subcribers should not expect the open and close prices of each trade to match exactly those in our master account. FX Blue explains the issue in their manual:

"The speed of copying depends almost entirely on network latency, and is therefore principally determined by geographical location and the speed of light. Slippage will usually be minimal – allowing, of course, for any differences in price and spread between the sending and receiving brokers – and slippage can in fact often be positive as well as negative."

Given the above, it would be optimal (but definitely not mandatory), to use a VPS located in relative close proximity to the United States, which is the location from which our trading signals will be sent. For the live account shown below, I use Photon VPS, which has 99.9% uptime, excellent customer service (far better than the several other VPS companies I've dealt with over the years), and is located in the U.S.

Furthermore, to minimize the difference in execution prices between the master account and yours, you should use a broker that has the tightest possible spreads. Compare your broker's spreads to those of FXOpen (ECN account) and IC Markets (ECN account) and see if they're comparable. If your broker's spreads are significantly higher than these brokers' spreads, it would be best if you switched to another broker for purposes of using FXsignalsXZ. Many brokers offer ECN accounts that have very low spreads so you should check them out. If you do decide to open an new account, then be sure to obtain rebates on all your trades in order to reduce your overall costs. You can do this by opening your brokerage account through an introducing broker such as CashBackForex. Just sign up for a free account with CashBackForex and use their special links to open an account at the broker of your choice. The rebate amount will depend on the broker and the type of account (standard, ECN, etc.).

Note to U.S. residents: Our trading strategy will not work on U.S. brokers who enforce the first-in, first-out (FIFO) rule on their MT4 platform. I am only aware of three U.S. brokers that do NOT enforce FIFO on their MT4 platforms as they have a back-end solution to the issue: ATC Brokers, CitiFX Pro and MB Trading. These three brokers are compatible with FXsignalsXZ. (We are not affiliated with any broker and we do not recommend any particular broker over another.) As far as I know, all other U.S. brokers who use MT4 enforce the FIFO rule on their platform and cannot be used for our system.

The subscription cost to our signal service is $99 per month. There are no refunds, but you may cancel your subscription at any time and you will not be charged on your next renewal date. In order to subscribe, you must read and agree to the Terms & Conditions set forth on this site.

Trading Results

Here are the trading results of the Xtreme Zones demo account I began in February 2015 using broker IC Markets. Prior to May 1, 2015, all trades were executed directly on this demo account and the signals were sent from this account. Since May 1, all trades have been "auto-copied" into this account from the real money FXOpen account (shown below) using FX Blue's free Internet Trade Mirror EA. This change was made as it's much safer and more reliable to use a live account to send the trading signals.

XTREME ZONES TRADING RESULTS:

Over 1330+ pips so far

51 winning days, 0 losing days!

Start date: February 11, 2015

Demo broker: IC Markets


Below is a live (real money) account. As a subscriber, you'll receive the trading signals from this master account and the trades will automatically be "copied" into your account using FX Blue's free Internet Trade Mirror EA.

REAL ACCOUNT TRADING RESULTS:

Start date: April 27, 2015

Live broker: FXOpen

The subscription cost to our signal service is $99 per month. There are no refunds, but you may cancel your subscription at any time and you will not be charged on your next renewal date. In order to subscribe, you must read and agree to the Terms & Conditions set forth on this site.


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CFTC RULE 4.41 - HYPOTHETICAL OR SIMULATED PERFORMANCE RESULTS HAVE CERTAIN LIMITATIONS. UNLIKE AN ACTUAL PERFORMANCE RECORD, SIMULATED RESULTS DO NOT REPRESENT ACTUAL TRADING. ALSO, SINCE THE TRADES HAVE NOT BEEN EXECUTED, THE RESULTS MAY HAVE UNDER- OR OVER-COMPENSATED FOR THE IMPACT, IF ANY, OF CERTAIN MARKET FACTORS, SUCH AS LACK OF LIQUIDITY. SIMULATED TRADING PROGRAMS IN GENERAL ARE ALSO SUBJECT TO THE FACT THAT THEY ARE DESIGNED WITH THE BENEFIT OF HINDSIGHT. NO REPRESENTATION IS BEING MADE THAT ANY ACCOUNT WILL OR IS LIKELY TO ACHIEVE PROFIT OR LOSSES SIMILAR TO THOSE SHOWN.

In fact, there are frequently sharp differences between hypothetical performance results and the actual results subsequently achieved by any particular trading program. Hypothetical trading does not involve financial risk, and no hypothetical trading record can completely account for the impact of financial risk in actual trading.

As indicated above, simulated trade results on demonstration ("demo") accounts may be inaccurate and misleading -- they may not reflect the actual results the user would see on a real account (using real-money). For example, demo accounts cannot reflect factors such as trade execution "slippage", which occurs on real-money accounts but not on demo accounts. Slippage is the difference between the expected price of a trade (market price), and the price the trade actually executes at. Slippage often occurs during periods of higher volatility when market orders are used, and also when larger orders are executed when there may not be enough interest at the desired price level to maintain the expected price of trade (known as the "lack of liquidity"). These types of adverse factors must be dealt with in a real-money account, but they are usually not reflected in a demo account environment. Thus, it is entirely possible that a trading robot shows profits on a demo account, but performs poorly on a real-money account. Unless otherwise specified, all trading results shown on this site are from demo accounts.

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