Forex & Trading Bedtime Trader - Janet Greenhall Review

Published on February 5th, 2012 | by Tom Wake


Review: Bedtime Trader – Kevin & Janet Greenhall

Bedtime Trader - Janet Greenhall ReviewBedtime Trader is the latest Forex trading strategy from Agora Lifestyles ltd. This one officially launched on the 23rd March 2012.

Let’s get the basics out of the way first. The cost of this is £247 (a part payment plan and an 8 week returns period is offered). When you sign up for the service you’re sent a hard copy manual in the post and updates once a week by email.

You can take a look at it here.

So what is it exactly?

Bedtime Trader is a teach-you-how-to-trade Forex spread betting strategy, rather than a tipping service. Trades are placed at night and it’s claimed that it’ll take you 15 minutes from start to finish.

The pair behind this are husband and wife team – Kevin Greenhall and Janet Greenhall.

Apparently Janet thought her husband was cheating on her when actually he was sneaking off downstairs to places trades on the computer. Can you imagine if he had actually been conducting an affair in the marital living room… for a brisk 15 minutes a night? BLIMEY. Anyway, I digress…

So when do you trade?

There’s a unique strand to Bedtime Trader and that is that you need to be at your computer fairly late at night to trade. You research and place your trades (if applicable) at 11 o’clock. Obviously this could be a boon for some and a no-no for others.

Why do you have to trade so late? This is the point when the markets in New York start heading for a ‘lull’ (and London is closed) and that’s what this strategy focuses on.

To get involved with this one you need to follow a checklist which is provided by the co-author Kevin Greenhall in order to try and identify a certain pattern. If the right criteria is met then you then set up a trade – and if not it’s a ‘no trade’ day. It’s claimed that placing trades take no longer than 15 minutes but I’m still waiting to find out whether it’s quite so ‘set and forget’ as this…

How much can you make from this?

I’m going to wait for some more feedback before passing judgement. It’s only been beta-tested for 6 weeks so I’d like to see a lot more track record in a live environment first.

The sales page paints some pretty bold pictures “£29,995 or more tax-free each year… The ‘permanent holiday’ lifestyle… The freedom from financial stress…”

We’ll see…

I’ll update you as soon as I have more information. Make sure you’re signed up to the free Insider’s Edge eZine for the latest news on this and other systems as they’re reviewed.

You can see more details about Bedtime Trader here.

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My name's Tom Wake and I'm the editor of Insider's Edge. I bring you tips, tricks and shortcuts to help you save money, make money and save time.

17 Responses to Review: Bedtime Trader – Kevin & Janet Greenhall

  1. Sigurjon Helgi Kristjansson says:

    I´ve seen people make £19 000 in as little as 4 minutes, but that was buying a FOREX spread for £1 000.
    Although the leverage in spread betting is good. I find it hard to believe, that people have managed to realize £29 995 for a £1 investment.
    I´m not saying it is impossible. The best case scenario, would have been a buy or sell at a point of a run off using a trailing stop loss, to minimize risk. But getting in at that precise time, is more luck than strategy. The strategy would show you the start of the run off, and then you buy/sell.

  2. Peter says:

    I am looking at making a purchase of the ‘Bedtime Trader’ product and just wanted to point out to Sigurjon that the blurb I read implied it would require more than £1 a point to return £29,995 per year. The last 12 months track record required £5 a point to generate £29,995 in 12 months.

  3. Richard says:

    I don’t know when people will actually begin to learn!

    This is just another rehash of everything that Agora have produced before. Another system that promises the earth, may work for a couple of week but ultimately the only people who will make any money from it are the publishers.

    If you honestly thing that you can buy a system for £250 that can make you £29k without a high level of risk then quite frankly you deserve to be parted with your money!

  4. Rob says:

    “If you honestly thing that you can buy a system for £250 that can make you £29k without a high level of risk then quite frankly you deserve to be parted with your money!”

    Well said Richard ;¬)

    There are more sharks selling Fx courses and tools than there are in all the oceans of the world. There is no easy route to making money from Forex. It takes hard work with lots of learning from mistakes and most wannabe traders just don’t have the discipline to ever make it.

    All the information you need to trade succesfully is freely available on the web and you have to question why anyone making real money from forex would bother selling a course!

  5. Brian says:

    Comment Removed

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Brian. I’m sorry but I’ve had to remove your comment as it contains defamatory content. I welcome and encourage obervations but please respect the guidelines.

  6. john says:

    has anyone tried it yet and what were the results facts please

  7. Eileen says:

    I have spent many hours on the internet seaching for any reviews of this . all the great reviews are from agora surprisingly enough.


  8. richardg says:

    Having recently discovered the “Bedtime Trading” bumf I would be interested to learn of anyone’s experiences, after using the system for a while. It’s just as easy to rubbish the system as it is to promote it. I would just like to get a feel of the balance of views.

  9. Piers says:

    It would be great for an update on this review, as promised. Been waiting a while to read up some balanced reviews as many others are.

    Tom Wake??

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Piers, good point. I must admit this hasn’t been a top priority of late as my beta tester found the risk-threshold too high for his trading style. I ask him if he can give me a bit more of a detailed followup.

  10. Ian Hart says:

    I tried to purchase but my credit card company refused to pay as they do not deal with Bed time trader.
    I asked if it was a mistake, incorrect digits, card expiry etc the response was “we do not deal with this trading company…

    Anybody know why?

  11. Peter says:

    Trading since June down £-364 at 10p per pip stopped trading now. I’ve had no reply to several e-mails to Kevin,I cannot agree with his weekly published results and weeks that include heavy losses theres no results published at all.

  12. Is there any possibility of “US” on the African continent benefiting from this USB DRIVE offer?
    I am a Nigerian, and am willing to acquire “IT” if it will be configured to work within the confines of “OUR” Polity.

    • Tom Wake says:

      Hi Kenneth, your best bet is to get in touch with Agora lifestyles directly regarding this for a definitive answer.

      However, unless I’m very much mistaken this type of Forex trading is not available in Nigeria at present (because the spread betting brokers do not operate there).

  13. Ray McLean says:

    I received an email from FOREX Round-up promoting this. Looks legit enough, but a word of caution to anyone is that “it might produce profits as high as …” this is the legal bit that shields any system seller. Trading markets is not easy, if it were that easy there would be a mass rush to “SYSTEMS”, etc. No this is a skill that is definitely earned just like any profession.
    Your site offers a great look at all sorts of stuff and I like the neutral stance in examining for each review. Your comments section is the most valuable as it presents a good oversight to accompany the review. Keep up the good site standards!

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