Millionaire’s Code is a new binary options product by Matt Daniel. You know what they say about people with two first names, you can’t trust them. I’m just kidding, but it’s very possible that’s the case this time around.
Today I’ll be reviewing this system so the Binary Today readers understand if it’s a viable trading tool. Initially, I have my doubts.
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Millionaire’s Code Review
The Millionaire’s code sales page is comprised of a YouTube video, an email subscription form and a few testimonials. At the top of the website there is a statement, “2 months free, no obligation access to the system that makes $2,458,800 per year.” It’s my experience that statements that read like these are a bad sign. When unrealistic numbers are reported in the binary options market we are usually heading down the path of a get rich quick scheme.
Matt Daniel tells us that he’s not a trader, in fact he’s a lawyer and after seeing many people with shattered dreams he came up with the Millionaire’s code. He hired financial experts and computer engineers and after three years of testing he claims his binary options software can predict with 87% accuracy. I find this very hard to believe. There is no real discussion of the strategy behind the software anywhere on the website. If he had a team of people working on this I’m sure they could have put together a much more thorough explanation. Then, there is the fact that there are no results at all. In order for us to believe this sales pitch we have to put our faith in online testimonials. The problem with that is the testimonials on this page aren’t real. They are being provided by paid actors. If this system is as good as Matt Daniel promises then they wouldn’t have to pay people and write scripts for them.
I am not recommending the Millionaire’s code binary options software to any of the Binary Today readers. I hinted at the top of this article that you can’t trust someone with two first names and it seems like that’s the case. Matt does nothing to provide us with the required information that would make me think that this is anything other than a get rich quick scheme.
Please let me know what you think about the code by leaving a review or comment below the article now. As always, I look forward to hearing from you and having a conversation.