Scroll Top

Trading Pro System Review

Trading Pro System is a training course on successfully trading stocks and options. It has been developed by Jens Clever.

What does the product offer?

Trading Pro System is a video based training course that offers users over 24 videos that are spread over 40 hours and 15 modules. According to Jens Clever, by the time you have finished with Trading Pro System you will be in a position to successfully and profitably trade stocks with 90% of your trades being profitable. As well as the main course there are a number of additional bonuses provided that tie in with the core training of Trading Pro System.

How does the product work?

All the information contained within Trading Pro System is built on the knowledge and experiences of Jens Clever. He claims that in 2 and a half years he went from a “hit or miss” trader to successfully trading as a business. Trading Pro System takes the technique that he claims to have developed in that period of time and teachers users to apply them to their own trading.

What is the initial investment?

Jens Clever sells Trading Pro System for a one off fee of $487. There is also a 60 day money back guarantee in place but this is vendor provided and isn’t backed up by a third party company.

What is the rate of return?

This is a difficult thing to measure as Jens Clever makes a number of references to amounts ranging from $75,000 on a single trade to $5,000 – $45,000 in a month.

Conclusion

At the centre of Jens Clever’s advertising is that Trading Pro System is a lot less than a top seminar would cost you. Despite this he claims that his products have a “real world” value of almost $20,000, something I am rather dubious about. Looking at the training that is on offer it seems to be a pretty basic level and appears to cover information that can realistically be found elsewhere for a lot less if you have the time and inclination. It is the strategies that are most interesting but it is worth noting that when trading stocks you will generally need a lot to invest and may have to sit on them for a while. This isn’t a get quick rich scheme.

 

 

Related Posts

Leave a comment

From: Simon Roberts