Nighthawk System Review

Nighthawk System is a piece of binary options trading software by Guy Donavan. It is free to access although you have to make a minimum deposit with Banc de Binary.

What does the product offer?

Nighthawk System is a piece of free binary options trading software developed by Guy Donavan. He claims that Nighthawk System won the top prize out of 600 other trading software programs by a long shot and that it is able to consistently and easily make money. In order to get you free access to Nighthawk System you have to sign up for an account with Banc de Binary, Guy Donavan’s recommended broker.

How does the product work?

Although not explored in any great detail Guy Donavan says that Nighthawk System is able to trade profitably by avoiding the allegedly more volatile western markets and putting a focus on Asia. This doesn’t really explain anything though so without further information I am loathe to consider this as any sort of fact or evidence.

What is the initial investment?

As mentioned, Nighthawk System is technically a free to access product. In order to get your software though you have to make a minimum deposit of $250 into a new Banc de Binary account.

What is the rate of return?

The examples given by Nighthawk System from alleged beta tests show a range of profits going from several thousand dollars right up to $20,000 plus. There are also a number of notifications that crop up that show “users” making hundreds or thousands of dollars.

Conclusion

Nighthawk System belongs to a large group of binary options trading programs that claim to offer massive profits for little investment. These rarely work as advertised though and exist mainly to generate income for the marketers behind the products, usually in the form of commissions for referring new users to brokers.

Nighthawk System doesn’t appear to be any different to this and as I would say with any product of this ilk, I would recommend avoiding it and finding better ways of investing your money.

 

 

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