HFT Shield

hft-shieldHFT Shield is a new binary options product that’s telling traders they need to shield themselves from HFT servers and earn an average of over $3000 daily on full autopilot. I believe they are referring to high-frequency trading servers but I’m not sure why traders need to be shielded from these.

Today I’ll be finding out what this product is all about it my latest review and educating the binary today community on the viability.

HFT Shield Review

The video on the front page of the HFT Shield website uses a clip from CBS-TV show 60 minutes. We are brought into a discussion between 2 men about data centers full of servers buy and sell stocks at lightning speeds all day long. Large companies invest a lot of money in these technologies to gain an advantage for their clients so that they can see the price milliseconds before regular traders. After the conversation is over the developer of the shield starts to narrate the video and tells traders he’s going to reveal how to fix this loophole. Honestly, I don’t really see this as much of a loophole in just a minor advantage that big companies are giving their clients.

The developer goes on to tell us that the HFT Shield software is going to make traders at least $3150 per day on autopilot. He tells us that he’s going to explain to us the problem and then shielded protect us from it. That’s considerate, but I really don’t see a major issue from the video I just watched. The developer goes on to tell us that while protecting traders from this loophole the software will also provide a win rate of 84%. He then shows us a bunch of bank account statements like we’ve seen hundreds of times in the past, this type of proof does not interest me one bit.

I will not be recommending the HFT Shield binary software to my readers today. There is nothing about this sales presentation that interests me one way or another. The results of the members area also showed trades being taken during the weekend when the markets are closed. This means that their results are most likely fabricated cannot be trusted. If there’s something you would like to add to this review please leave your comments and questions below the article now. Thanks for coming to binary today and I hope this review helps you start your week off on the right foot.

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  1. ANTHONY August 25, 2015
    • John Kane August 26, 2015
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  3. george August 12, 2015
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