Zero to Hero FX Signals is a trading-company that focuses on Forex markets to make profits. The devs decided not to write a solid presentation. It doesn’t include details of the service we can expect to receive.
Detailed Zero to Hero FX Signals review
We have gathered all information about the system in the following list.
- We can expect to receive reliable and accurate signals.
- The service owners have relevant trading experience.
- There’s an “outstanding” test performance.
- The system is “recommended” by all its members.
- The system trades with 4-10 deals weekly frequency.
- We can get up to 300 pips monthly.
- The developers have over ten years of trading experience.
- “Trading Forex can be a very rewarding activity which yields many benefits. But there are also significant risks, and as a home trader getting good results can be an uphill struggle.”
- The presentation doesn’t include any extra information that can be useful for making a well-measured decision.
Zero to Hero FX Signals strategy tests
We couldn’t manage to find backtest reports that would help us to be sure that the system is safe and was tested properly. It’s a significant disadvantage because we don’t know what results it could achieve: win rate, drawdowns, profit and recovery factors, and so on.
Zero to Hero FX Signals trading results
We have a screenshot of mythical gains. We have no idea what data is achieved. Can we check it? No? We’d like to know how to reach these results, but we have no proper explanations.
Trading account looked completely abandoned. It was only a demo account. The profit has become $2,790.92. The last trading activity was on January 07, 2020.
The total return was 93.0% when an average monthly return was 9.7%. It worked with high drawdowns, -29.3%. The win rate was 56.3% only. The profit factor was 1.24 when a good one should be over 1.6. An average trade frequency was 2.4 deals daily.
The ROI was 1.50. The risk of ruining 100% of the balance was 1.9%. An average trade length was 26.9 hours. An average regular was $5.57. An average win was $51.95 when an average loss was -$54.15.
We may note that EURUSD, USDCAD, and USDCHF weren’t profitable at all.
Both directions were traded equally.
We may note that all profits were obtained by the second strategy – $2911.18.
Monday with Tuesday were the less traded days with 85 deals closed.
The advisor worked the most actively during the European session.
So, we see no big reason for the system to be stopped.
The signals are available in four subscription packs. The monthly rent costs $95, three-month costs $195, half a year costs $295, and an annual subscription costs $395. The devs didn’t provide clients with a refund policy.
We have only positive and happy testimonials written on the presentation. It’s typical. We don’t know how we can trust them without any mention of gained pips or profits.
Zero to Hero FX Signals looks like an abandoned service because trading on the main account was stopped almost two years ago. We don’t know if the system can handle current market conditions to close orders in profits.