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Most programmers may in the early stages of their career, have had a comfortable working pattern where — at the most bare of minimums — solving for instance, data-driven problems, became a function of choosing the right:
If your strategy delivers consistent risk-adjusted returns, why sell trading signals at all? Do the risks really justify the rewards? Read on to find out.
If you’ve ever run a Google Search for “trading signals”, you’ll have seen a plethora of paid ads, videos, blog posts and other organic listings, all featuring trading signal providers across multiple asset classes, primarily Forex and stocks.
Some will have been individuals selling Email/SMS or Telegram based services.
Others, full-blown works of software engineering art: web-based platforms built from the ground-up complete with: