Hawkeye Traders Review Nigel Hawkes

Hawkeye Traders is the umbrella company of a series of stock market training plans and software developed by Nigel Hawkes.

What does the product offer?

Hawkeye Traders offers a whole host of different training programs and pieces of software to make trading using the Hawkeye system more efficient. These include eBooks, blogs, free online “Live Training Room” and seminars.

How does the product work?

Nigel Hawke’s system primarily seems to be based on looking at volumes of trades and using spikes as a time to buy and then sell shortly afterwards with a view to profiting. The Hawkeye system software utilises an algorithm which carries out “over 300 calculations per volume bar” and then displays whether the market is buying or selling stocks. Users then make a decision based on this.

What is the initial investment?

The choice of packages with Hawkeye vary massively with free eBooks and “Live Training Rooms” available right up to $2500 per day plus expenses one to one mentoring. In between are a host of more reasonable options with software and different training modules costing anywhere from $300 to $2500.

What is the rate of return?

There is no rate of return stated on the website but looking at the system that Hawkeye uses one can more likely than not anticipate some profit, assuming that the system is indeed as efficient as claimed.


Hawkeye offers a massive variety of products to help traders and many of these are explained in terms of how they work and what they do. This is a far cry from most of the “get rich quick” trading schemes. The system that Hawkeye is based upon is not some magical system developed by special trading gurus either, instead being based on an existing and acknowledged method.

The sheer number and costs of products may seem intimidating to some but the fact of the matter is Hawkeye is one of the few trading systems that looks like it may have some potential to generate profit. That having been said as the system is volume based one can likely expect to have to work at generating revenue and if playing with a small bank, to not make huge a massive profit. Those who are looking for an easy fix are unlikely to find it here, but if you want a system that may well make you money on the stock market I am of the opinion that there are much worse places to start out.



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