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Compound Trader Review – Scam or Legit?

Compound Trader Review – Scam or Legit?


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Is the Compound Trader binary options auto-trading software a scam, or is it legit? This offering is brought to us by Dr. Albert Henderson, who claims to have spent seven years developing his app, which supposedly can make you $770 an hour, or $12,000 a day – yes, that maths is wrong, but oddly, it’s selling itself short, as $770 x 24 hours is actually $18,480. Albert doesn’t tell us what he’s a doctor of, but we can rule out mathematics.

Compound trader review scam or legit

The mechanism that Compound Trader apparently uses is successful enough to “wreak total havoc on the economy”, which is why there are only seven places available to those who can see the sign-up form on the right. The problem is, of course, that everyone who visits this site will be able to see the form. A different route to the usual fake invite one, but still a load of tosh. Instead of reinvesting the same quantity each time, Compound Trader allegedly uses previous profits to dynamically invest more with each trade. This would be an interesting concept, if not for the fact that it seems to be an utter lie.

Compound trader software review scam or legit

The maths here really is everywhere; in addition to the little discrepancy pointed out earlier, it’s claimed that you can make $5743 a day, over $700,000 in a month, and $1,000,000 in two months. Let me save you some time; not of that adds up correctly. The only one that comes close is the $18,480 a day that Compound Trader didn’t even directly claim themselves. Not only that, but if it really did accumulate profit “exponentially”, as it claims to, the effect would be runaway, and you’d soon be making obscene amounts of cash that just aren’t possible. We can definitely rule out mathematics.

 

Compound Trader’s site, surprisingly, doesn’t fall for one of the main pitfalls that a lot of sites do – there’s not a pop-up to be seen. It does, however, fall for the others. Collection of fake social media “testimonials”? Check. Automatically starting video with only play/pause, and no progress bar? Check. Slightly too insistent on you inputting your email to be a genuine app? Check. It also has what I can only assume to be a collection of Google maps showing the locations of completely made-up nearby members, but amusingly, these display as an error on my PC.

Compound trader software review scam legit

The most annoying part about the site’s design is the background of blue binary code snippets (I see what you did there) scrolling from left to right – right behind the video field. This makes it almost impossible to concentrate on the video itself; not that you’d be missing much. Compound Trader makes one of the least convincing pitches I’ve seen for a while. The video contains no actors posing as happy customers (not that these are especially convincing, usually). The “live trading” demonstration shows basically nothing, no wall of trading results, nothing to convince us that it’s actually live. Granted, none of these sites actually convince us, when you know what you’re doing, but it feels like Compound Trader didn’t really try to. The verdict? Stay away from it.

 

If you are looking for trustworthy and profitable software, then take a look at the ICE9 Technology or the OptionRobot; both with over 80% ITM trades. Our current favourite piece of software is TrendXpert; this is a trend indicator for manual trading which also offers live training. All of these have proven to be profitable for us.

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