Las Vegas, NV, March 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The new website came as a necessary tool to inform Forex traders about the differences between the C2FX Forex Trade Sheet and forex signal service providers.
“There is a difference between the two,” says Ross Yamashita, partner of C2FX. “Forex signals are sent out randomly and are very hard to trade because you never know when they’re coming through. With our Forex trade sheet, we send out our trade between 4:15 – 4:30 pm (Pacific Time) and the information is good for the next 24 hours.”
This advanced release gives Forex traders an edge above signals because they know exactly when the trade sheet is coming and can plan their day around it.
Forex Signal Killer features 3 styles of trading (short term, long term and educated scalping) with 12 currency pairs, is easy to read and apply – even for beginning traders and gives traders the freedom to enjoy what they want to do with a scheduled release and a place the trade and walk away method.
Forex Signal Killer has been seen on FX Street, was a contributor to FX Street’s Best Technical Analysis Award in 2011, the International Traders Expo, IB Times, ForexTV, Forex Pros, Pit News, the Forex Journal and many other Forex related websites and press.
“Amongst the other benefits with Forex Signal Killer, the best is probably the price,” says Leonard Lewis, partner of C2FX.
Created by two full-time traders who would produce the trade sheet even without any subscribers, the annual subscription cost works out to be much less than other signal services or providers.
To help the launch of the new website, Forex Signal Killer is offering two subscription plans – a 1-month subscription plan and a free month when signing up directly for the annual subscription.
The 1 month subscription plan is $150 and is fully applied towards the cost of annual membership when the trader decides to renew. Traders signing up for the annual subscription of $695 will get a free month added to their subscription.
For more details and to sign up, visit www.ForexSignalKiller.com.