Ultimate FX Predictor Review

May 11, 2012 More

Product Name: Ultimate FX Predictor, The Ulitmate Forex Predicator 2.0

Author: Keith Cotterill

Company Name & Contact Details:
Canonbury Publishing Ltd,
Unit 1 Hainault Works,
Hainault Road,
Little Health,
Tel: 020 8597 0181


Part-time Forex Profit Raider!

Price: £486.75 +VAT x 4 payments = £1,947 + VAT = Total £2,336.40

It’s a 4 part payment offer – first payment immediately, 2nd after 30 days, 3rd after 60 days, 4th after 90 days.

Money Back Guarantee: 30 days

What Do You Get?

– Manual
– Ultimate FX Predictor Software disk
– Access to members area with training videos & forum
– UNLIMITED support

Brief Summary:

Keith Cotterill has created what he believes is the world’s first fully automated piece of Forex trading software. A tool that uses just two signals to navigate you through multiple profitable trades – a red light and a green light.

This is a tool that, once downloaded onto your PC and linked to the Internet, chooses your trades for you, suggests stakes based on your risk-profile, monitors the trade while it’s in progress, and tells you when to exit once your ‘pip target’ is reached.

What’s It All About?

This is a Forex system you slot into your day whenever it suits – in the morning, lunchtime or evening – letting you make in-out ‘profit raids’ of 10, 20 or 30 pips or more each day. You just switch on the software, wait for the alarm signalling a trade is on, follow the prompts and grab your pips.

It’s a plan that’s proven to work for currency newbies and those who’ve been around the Forex block before – if you’re conservative, safely siphon £100 to £350 tax-free each week with stakes as small as 50p or go a little higher and bring in £1,100 plus a week. All profits are tax free.

This is a strategy you can repeat dozens of times each week – whenever you have a spare few minutes. You just turn on your computer, sit back and wait to be told exactly when and how to profit by either a red or a green dot.

Do I Need Experience To Make This Work?

The promotional material states that you need no Forex experience to use this tool as the system does everything for you and all you need to do is follow the signals.  There is also the support team on hand to help if you are stuck on anything.

How Much Money Can I Make?

Keith claims that you can earn up to £1000 a week using £5 stakes. He also claims that this system will be profitable within 48 hours of downloading it. However you may find that you need more time to get to grips with the system before you start making any profits.

How Much Time Will I Need To Make This Work?

Forex trading can slot into your day whenever it suits – in the morning, lunchtime or evening. You can spend as much or  as little time as you like depending on how much you want to make. Obviously the more money you want to make, the more time you’ll have to spend trading.

Will I Need Any Equipment To Do This?

A PC with broadband internet.

Quality Of Customer Service?

Very good customer telephone and email support to help you along the way. The technical support team are very approachable, and only too keen to help you with all your questions about the course. All emails are answered within 24 hours (weekdays) and often sooner.

There is a member’s only website which has lots of trading examples up there for you to watch.

You have a 30 day trial to test out the system. If you are not completely satisfied you can return the product within 30 days for a full refund of the course fee.

Update: 11th May 2012

Nick and Keith are releasing The Ulitmate Forex Predicator ( TUFXP) again this week after removing it from the market in 2009.     Keith Cotterill has a good reputation as a teacher of trading methods, with other products covering commodities and smaller time frames on the FX markets.    Keith made his name back in the 1990’s with the release of his first programme called Don’t Tell The Professionals and followed that up with a product called The Trading Edge.   As a commodites expert it was no surprise that he was an indemand presenter and author of such programmes.

His move into Forex is a natural one and having such indepth knowledge of various trading programmes the release of the original TUFXP was a breakthrough for traders. The clear indication of trading opportunities made this  trading more appealing and this programme enabled many people to take a first step into Forex trading.

It’s unclear yet changes Nick and Keith have made to this The Ulitmate Forex Predicator 2.0  version but as soon as we are able to we’ll run this this new programme and let you know our thoughts.    We’ll also for those who were fans of the original product, detail the differences so you can make a decision on whether it’s worth upgrading to The Ulitmate Forex Predicator 2.0.

UPDATE – 15th November 2013:

We have been notified that the Ultimate FX Predictor software package has been revised and updated and is no longer being sold in the format that was reviewed here.  We hear that a brand new version of the software is in production and will be released soon. We will keep you updated on its release.

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