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Trade Vigilante Review

Trade Vigilante is a piece of market trading software that claims to tap into a hidden trading market that is unknown to 99% of traders.

What does the product offer?

The Trade Vigilante software is instantly downloadable and accesses a top secret trading market that has allegedly been built to be super profitable by the top banks and corporations in the United States. It is claimed that Trade Vigilante operates on an automated basis and can follow the price because this hidden market follows predictable movements.

How does the product work?

This is the million dollar question. The software was allegedly passed on to the seller (who remains anonymous) through a group of twenty-something trading millionaires who apparently go by the handle of The Trade Vigilantes. It then taps into the aforementioned secret markets and generates the profit that the banks and corporations apparently miss.

What is the initial investment?

In order to “show you are serious” and to cover the overheads of a customer service team Trade Vigilante is made available for $39. There is a 60 day money back guarantee on this cost as well.

What is the rate of return?

The rates of return for Trade Vigilante are claimed to be exorbitantly high with profits claimed as high as $1,476,337.34 in less than a year.


Trade Vigilante comes with a very interesting story of corporate greed, the United States government working hand in hand with these corporations to stop Joe Average from making money, and our eponymous heroes in the form of The Trade Vigilantes. Unfortunately it is only really the story that seems to be of any real interest here. The notion that a secret market existing seems to be aimed purely at appealing to the paranoid and those who feel that the world is out to get them. The fact is there is no basis for any of these so called facts which casts into doubt the whole product. Personally I would avoid Trade Vigilante like a plague, as I can only see users losing their money to a copywriters fantasy.



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From: Simon Roberts