Spread Trader Pro Review

| November 9, 2010 | 1 Reply

Product Name: Spread Trader Pro

Author: Al Silverstein

Company Name & Contact Details:
Digital Media Publishing Ltd
47th Floor, 195 Empire Tower,
Suite 4703,
South Sathorn Road,


9 Key Markets, 8 1/2 minutes easch evening

Manage your entire spread trading portfolio in just 8 1/2 minutes a day

Price: Full site access costs just £12.49 per week (though there is a free membership level available)

Money Back Guarantee: You can get a free 30 day trial. Once you have started payments you can cancel your subscription at any time via your paypal account and no further money will be taken from your account.

What Do You Get?

The Free membership level gives you access to the site.
The Standard level membership gives you full access to all areas of the site, plus:
– An email alert each evening, on market trading days, to tell you if trades have opened, changed or closed.
– Traders Toolkit – An icon based paged that links to every piece of information you’ll ever need.
– A complete set of training audios to get you started with the site.
– Audio reviews with our head trader accompanied by charts. Listen in to hear our trader analyse the trades that closed for the week.

Where To Buy: http://spreadtraderpro.com/members/

Brief Summary:

Spread Trader Pro is a website that does all the research and analysis for you. You are sent details via email each evening of all the trades Al Silverstein is making enabling you to copy every move he makes. So he does all the hard work for you – you just place the trades.

Full review to follow soon. In the meantime, if you have tried this service we would love to hear from you. Please leave your comments below.


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Category: Trading & Investing, Trading Systems, Website

Comments (1)

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  1. soultrader says:

    I have used this system. After a fair crack of the whip I stopped because I was losing money.
    At one time (back in 2009) the performance chart was regularly being updated. However, moving into 2010, things started to go somewhat negative on the results front. That would be around the same time the chart updates stopped!

    Fast forward at year – Here we are, fast approaching the end of 2010. Are we supposed to expect that in a month from now a full set of 2010 results will be published and they will be as equally as impressive as 2009?

    I, and probably anyone looking at the system, would probably feel a lot more comfortable with what’s on offer if the publisher had updated the 2010 chart and shown people how 2010 has performed before trying to entice people to sign up based on performance data that is fast approaching a year old!

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