Forex Trend Navigator is a Forex indicator that according to the creators Mike Ndegwa and Reza Meherabani can predict Forex market trends and use this information to profit.
What does the product offer?
Forex Trend Navigator is a downloadable piece of software that provides users with clear indicators that they can then choose to trade against. These are highlighted by an alert system which provides you with an option to take the trade or not. Mike Ndegwa and Reza Meherabani claim that Forex Trend Navigator is allegedly designed to work with all currency pairs and as well as certain commodities in the form of gold and silver.
How does the product work?
Forex Trend Navigator uses a unique algorithm that looks at moving averages and parabolic stop and reverse points to identify he turning point of a trend. This allegedly allows Forex Trend Navigator to have “laser accuracy” as well as allowing the software to determine strong trends and timely entry and exit points. Unfortunately Mike Ndegwa and Reza Meherabani provide very little evidence to back this up and frankly I take this claim with a pinch of salt.
What is the initial investment?
Forex Trend Navigator sells for $97 which is allegedly a reduction on the “actual value” of $397. This price I also allegedly only available to the first 300 people to sign up for Forex Trend Navigator. Forex Trend Navigator also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee.
What is the rate of return?
According to Mike Ndegwa and Reza Meherabani you can expect to make $350,000 – $450,000 per annum. Unfortunately they provide no real evidence to back this up.
Forex Trend Navigator makes a lot of bold claims and I don’t believe that Forex Trend Navigator really does enough to back these up, particularly in regards to the claims of income. What I find really questionable is that Mike Ndegwa and Reza Meherabani claim to have built over 167 trading systems for banks, hedge funds and private traders alike. I find it questionable that anybody who has enjoyed the kind of success they claim would be peddling a mass system for $97.
Personally I don’t see enough here to warrant the cost involved and as such would recommend avoidance.