Spread Detective Indicator


Would you like to know the exact spread you get when you enter and exit trades?
Have you had any troubles with your broker's spread lately?
Would you like to confirm that the attractive spread that your broker promises you to be the "typical spread" is not in reality disappointingly rare?

Now, you can stop asking yourself these important questions!

Recently we found an innovative tool that will not just show you the spread but will present it using a unique visual meter. This leaves you no room for doubt about whether the spreads have been widened or narrowed lately.

As a loyal subscriber, we're glad to send you the download link for this innovative indicator, called "The Spread Detective".

The Spread detective will show you visually in real time what is the current spread. It will also show you how the current spread compares with the minimal and maximal spread that was recorded since you opened your trading platform.

The Spread Detective was developed by renowned Forex traders Vladimir Ribakov and Joseph Seelentag, who is a world leader in development and testing of automated trading robots. They kindly gave us permission to let our subscribers download their indicator (Thanks again guys! :)

The Spread Detective is designed in a similar fashion to a stereo system's volume or equalizer meter. This gives you the ability to visually evaluate whether the spread you are getting at the moment is widened or narrowed, and by how much.

Behind the scenes, this smart indicator constantly monitors and records all spreading activities performed by the broker. From the moment you attach the indicator to a chart of a currency pair, it will record all spreads that the broker has issued for that currency pair. Just leave the indicator on the chart, and refer to it whenever you wish to open a trade.

With the help of the Spread Detective you can:

1. Confirm before entering or exiting a trade, that you get the best possible spread.

2. Confirm that the attractive spread that your broker promises you to be the "typical spread", is not actually disappointingly rare.

3. Have the ability to quickly know how the spreads widen or narrow during day and night.

4. Monitor spreads during news announcements, especially if you're in a trade during news.

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