We offer trade ideas in over 100+ of the world’s major financial markets, packaged in five different asset classes: Forex, Commodities, Indices, Stocks & Cryptocurrencies. We cover intraday & short-term timeframes.


Our Forex coverage incorporates eight major currency pairs and seven popular crosses. The forex market is the largest, most liquid market in the world.


The benchmark equity indices that we analyse and produce trade ideas for, represent the largest economies in the world.


We produce trade ideas on prices for four of the most popular commodities traded across the world.

Single Stocks

Our coverage of single stocks extends across the FTSE100 and the most popular US stocks. Our bespoke scanning tools help identify high quality trading ideas.


We cover 10 of the most popular cryptocurrencies and crosses. Our signals make trading accessible to both beginners and advanced traders.

How to Trade

Intraday Trading Ideas

Buy or Sell trade ideas are published daily prior to the European market open, with a specified trigger level, 2 target levels, a stop loss level and an analyst confidence level.

If stop or target levels are not reached then the traded price at 21:00hrs (UK time), or in the case of Asian/Pacific ideas 16:00 hrs (UK time) the following day, will be used as a closing level for performance analysis.

All our trading is based on Technical Analysis principles though many of the techniques we use were developed in house and form part of a bespoke indicator.

Short-Term Trading Ideas

For the short-term trader, Signal Centre publish trade ideas that have a longer projected time scale.

These reports are sent directly to your inbox with a specified trigger level, 2 target levels, a stop loss level and an analyst confidence level.

The performance report is based on the opening level and either the stop, 1st target or closing price.

Although a target and stop loss level are published in the idea, these can be adjusted as directed in live updates.

For performance purposes, profit is calculated to the 1st target only.