Forex Crystal Review

Forex Crystal is a piece of software that the creators claim analyses the market in real time and can predict market movement with an accuracy of 90% or higher.

What does the product offer?

Forex Crystal claims on its sales page that it can predict market changes, provide clear buy and sell signals as well as provide accurate alerts of flat market conditions which is when Forex Crystal claims you shouldn’t be trading. The creators claim that it is when the market is flat that other Forex code systems will give out false alerts, whereas their own system will almost always provide completely accurate ones.

How does the product work?

Forex Crystal allegedly works using real time market analyses with special code that is able to predict market trends to above 90% accuracy. The system then tells you exactly when to buy, when to sell and when to remain neutral to maximise the profitability of your trading. It also provides users with strategies and tips which are allegedly based on expert considerations of how the market operates.

What is the initial investment?

Forex Crystal sells for $49.95 and it is worth noting that there is no mention of a money back guarantee included with the product.

What is the rate of return?

Although there is no monetary rate of return but Forex Crystal claims that you can earn up to 300 pips per day.


Forex Crystal doesn’t really seem to bring anything new to the Forex trading system market. It isn’t overly expensive, but nor does it undercut its rivals by any significant amount. Really the whole product seems to be very middle of the road. There is no real information on monetary profitability for the system which would’ve been nice as it is quite difficult to gauge what the pips would translate to as it varies depending on what you are trading. Overall there isn’t a whole lot to say about Forex Crystal because there isn’t all that much on offer. The alleged accuracy rate seems to be a little too high but again this is par for the course for this kind of product. I’m fairly sure that if you were to shop around you could probably find a similar piece of software for a lesser price without too much difficulty.



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From: Simon Roberts