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Offline jgadefelth

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Mark Austin ftse100
« on: March 12, 2011, 10:34:13 AM »
Anyone herard about him  he gives calls to the ftse100 spreadbetting   

I dont think his bionarys looks good but maybe his ftse100 regular spread betting is something.


http://www.systemsfortraders.com/other-signal-service-reviews/50840-mark-austin-trading-review-intra.html


http://www.markaustintrading.com/


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Offline Annicx

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Re: Mark Austin ftse100
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2011, 09:23:55 AM »
I've been using Mark's service for about a year now and have found both the service and his customer relations to be first rate, (otherwise I wouldn't still be using the service!).

There are many features to the service apart from the 'core' SMS signals, including regular free webinars and other educational material which is sent out to clients. For example, last week Mark sent out his strategy for profiting from 'triple witching', and recently he sent out details of how he trades the opening/closing gaps.

Every morning around 7.50/55 he sends out an FTSE update including trading opportunities and trade set ups he is looking at. He is also currently looking at including video clips with these emails. These can be very profitable and I made 100 pips from following the advice given in one of his January emails, although this does not count as part of the 'alerts' service.

Last years results were excellent from the SMS service but there have not been so many this year. I would rather this than receive a signal just for the sake of numbers, but I understand if some people prefer a different approach with more regular signals.

You are correct about the binaries and Mark is aware that many of us struggle to get in at the price given as IG do tend to move their prices and we are more or less stuck with them for these. Having said that, one good winner from a binary can be very profitable and the risk is strictly limited, plus you can't get stopped out. Recently longer term trades using BOM have been introduced to the service which adds another 'string to the bow'.

I hope this helps. I have tried to be objective and I realise that some people are not interested in the educational side of trading but I believe this service offers excellent value for money and warrants a closer look.

Offline jgadefelth

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Re: Mark Austin ftse100
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2011, 02:06:30 PM »
I think that he is one of the few good guys   but the regular signals are to few and the others dont always turn out so good.   ill wait and see little here and hope it is getting little better.

Thanks for your review


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Offline TAS

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Re: Mark Austin ftse100
« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2011, 02:59:44 PM »
Hi I`m fairly new to trading, i`ve just received an offer from Mark Austin, re his ftse100, the first month costs 28.50, thereafter 57.00 per month, does anyone have any information on this? i would appreceiate your comments, Kind regards

 

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