Staying the course with SpotEuro signals

The signal arrivesNot everybody can - or would want to - sit in front of a computer all day, so it's nice to be able to subscribe to a Forex Signal Service and get emails or text messages when trading opportunities arise.  For example, here's a message I got last week from the SpotEuro Signal Service.  It came about an hour before the Australian Consumer Price Index announcement with a specific direction on the AUD/USD.

I took the short position around 7:30 that night and despite the temptation to reverse myself when things went a little bit the other way, I let the strategy run its course over night and exited the next morning for a tidy profit of over 40 pips.  Alex at SpotEuro would be the first to remind you that not every signal will pan out and not every trade will go your way, but you can see the chart for this one below, and you can befriend me on Currensee and see all my trades.

Earlier in January, I picked up an overnight signal on the USD/CHF - not a pair I usually trade - and even though I got in several hours late, the trade was still good for 57 pips.  Another time, an overnight signal on the USD/CAD turned out to be worth 11 pips while I slept.  Trading while you sleep is a good way to stick with your strategy, but it's not for the nervous scalpers among us.

It's important when selecting a signal service to find one that fits your trading style.  If it's a poor fit - too many or too few trades, too much or too little risk, the wrong trading session - you'll find yourself second-guessing the signals, which is stressful at best.

and the trade is made

If you want to learn more about SpotEuro, you can tune in to tomorrow's Non-Farm Payrolls Webinar for free, and Currensee members can subscribe to the SpotEuro Signal Service or the new Live! Trading Room and News! Trading Sessions services for as little as 25 Currensee bucks for the first month.

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Be sure to read the full risk disclosure before trading Forex. Please note that Forex trading involves significant risk of loss. It is not suitable for all investors and you should make sure you understand the risks involved before trading. Performance, strategies and charts shown are not necessarily predictive of any particular result. And, as always, past performance is no indication of future results. Investor returns may vary from Trade Leader returns based on slippage, fees, broker spreads, volatility or other market conditions.

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