September SIGNAL RESULTS 2022: Better Market Than Expected

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In history, September has proved to be a bad month for crypto. The top coin and the flag bearer of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin has declined in value every September for the last five consecutive years. 2022 was not an exception.

BTC posted a loss, but only just.

While the crypto markets didn’t exactly light up green last month, they did a lot better than many expected. In fact, BTC heavily outperformed stocks. While Nasdaq and S&P 500 fell by 10.5% and 9.3% respectively, Bitcoin was down by only 1%!

BTC’s reluctance to move below the 19.5K resistance zone is probably one of the reasons why it was so steady while other markets tumbled. Other cryptocurrencies, as is the norm, followed suit with a couple even posting some gains.

Undoubtedly, the overall crypto market cap fell in September, but the market was dominated by the same resistance as we saw in August. BTC maintained strong resistance above the $23K price point before plummeting to $21K and then down to $19K at the tail end of August. There was only a 1% change in the overall value of the coin by the end of September.

Now that we’ve had a brief overview of how the market performed in September, let’s see how our premium crypto signal providers performed. Here are the crypto signal results.

Signal Results September 2022

Signal Results September

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Fat Pig Signals retain the top spot from August. Although it’s a pretty good performance, deserving the #1 position, it’s still not as good as their performance in August. They managed to score a perfect 10/10 with all their trades going into profit last month. The score fell to 8/9 this time around.

UCS lost their usually #1 spot to Fat Pig last month, and they haven’t been able to recover it. Their performance has dwindled by just a bit, falling to an 85% win rate. In the third spot, we’ve got Verified Crypto Traders, with a combined win rate of 72% for both their spot and margin channels. That said, the top 3 scene looks just like they did in August.

1) Fat Pig Signals

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  • Bitmex Signals

Fat Pig Signals performed quite well in September with a healthy win rate of 88%. They issued a total of 9 trades this month, 8 of which, were profitable. Their performance has taken a downturn from last month but it still was pretty good to bag the top spot. Let’s see if they can continue their supremacy over UCS in the coming months.

2) Universal Crypto Signals

  • Telegram Signals
  • Bitmex Signals

We’re honestly not used to seeing Universal Crypto Signals anywhere below the #1 spot. But at the same time, we think it’s a good reality check for the experts at UCS to up the game and not slack off.

They gave out 7 signals in September and only 6 of them were profitable. With an 85% win rate, UCS ranks second. Objectively speaking, this is a very solid performance in a month like September.

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3) Verified Crypto Traders

  • Telegram Signals
  • Bitmex Signals

Although CoinCodeCap looks like peeking into the third spot, its combined win rate will bring it down. It’s actually Verified Crypto Traders that have the third spot with a combined win rate of 72%.

VCT Spot and Margin channels issued 11 and 25 trades respectively, which takes their overall count much higher than Fat Pig Signals and UCS. They’ve done a very good job of keeping their subscriber’s appetite for signals satisfied.

3) CoinCodeCap

  • Telegram Signals
  • Discord Signals

CoinCodeCap wasn’t part of our August signal results post as we didn’t receive their results on time. They’re back in the game this month with a pretty solid performance.

Their Spot signals did very well with a 7/9 score, or 77% win rate. Their Margin channel wasn’t as successful with only a 64% win rate.

4) Sublime Traders

  • Telegram Signals
  • Discord Signals
  • Bitmex Signals

Sublime Traders have a combined win rate of 55.5%, placing them right at the edge. Their Futures channel has performed much better with a 69% win rate from 28 signals. That’s a very healthy score given the number of trades. However, their Spot department brought them down with a 42% win rate.

5) OnwardBTC

OnwardBTC was down and out in September with a very weak 44% win rate. The number of trades they issued stood at a healthy 28 which is one silver lining from their September performance.

Signal Results September – Final Thoughts

As mentioned earlier, the crypto markets performed much better than experts expected in September. This means that there weren’t as many red candles as our partners were expecting. They might have anticipated trading very less or very cautiously, but it played out a bit differently.

It’s good to see our partners perform well and bring in profits even when the markets give you a surprise.


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Ahad Waseem
Ahad Waseem
A linguistic engineer who writes to solve problems. Ahad is a cybersecurity, blockchain, and business writer who often takes on art, politics, and economics too. He’s written for various crypto publications and trades cryptocurrency too. When he’s not writing, he’s probably on horseback, caring for his houseplants, or training Bonsai trees.