Hello, i´m a student and if you all know students don´t have money. I have a 400$ active trades account. Now i´m searching or a manager or ea or what ever that turns me my 400 into 2500. I know now you wirte something like 'newbie go home ' or 'impossibile'. But maybe there are some people out there that could help an pure student that has to pay taxes, his car, and all his life working for 600$ a month instead of learning... Hope you could help me to get a better future and concentrate on learning. If someone could help me you could contact me via pm or write under this. If you want get sure that i dont fake you, i will send you a verification that i´m a student right now! Hope someone will help me!! All my trust on myfxbook users!
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i will be happy to help you.
a few questions for you, if you dont mind too much..
first, what is your primary area of study, ie, what are your academic interests and goals?
second, with which trading firm do you currently have this $400.00 on deposit with?
third, may i suggest that you not explicitly trust any group of traders or persons, as a whole, not even myself, as there is much dishonesty in this business of trading. i do not wish to debate this issue with you, simply take my comment for what it is worth.
fourth, what is your citizenship? are you based in the united states? if not, where? and where are you located at?
which university do you attend?
may i suggest that you not take this post of mine lightly.
may i also suggest that you take a few moments to consider carefully my words when i tell you that i am probably the most astute software engineer that will ever grace your presence.
thanks for your 'awesome' and friendly post. I want to answer your questions. My goal is to be a teacher some day! I study economics and sports to be a teacher some day. I have a 380$ account on the Broker active trades that i like. I came from germany and go to the Tu Dortmund University which i can verify. But i hope you understand me right! I need a steady income! I have to learn a lot! I have to pay a lot of things so i really need this 2000 Euro... I hope you could help me in any way. I´m a real expert in Forex trading in knowledge but never had success live. Pls help me!</b>
i have copy/paste posted that which you sent to my myfxbook mailbox to this thread, above.
if i thought that anything in that post could be considered as confidential then i would not have done this.
i want to make a suggestion to you and that is that i am, without question, not the person that can help you.
i am working on something that just might turn out to be very wonderful, but this is not for you.
i think that the best advice that i could give to you is that you should withdraw that $380 and focus entirely on finishing your studies.
if you have $380.00 and need to scrape together 2k euros, my suggestion is that you use that $380.00 to buy yourself some good shoes and get a job as a busboy or as a waiter.
do not get stars in your eyes about this trading thing.
trading and other traders will stomp your azz financially.
now run along and go back to class where you belong.
there are some good traders in this myfxbook community, i am sure.
i would suggest that you attempt to make friends with elkart, he knows who they are.
personally, i dont get along with him, he is a thick headed monkey brained idiot, imo.
but, he does know who is who in this community and i believe that if you approach him with respect that he will point you in the right direction.
you may be wondering why i asked those questions of you and then i come back and state that i am not the proper person to help you..
because i felt that those are the proper questions that need to be answered in order for any person to help you properly.
but, walk softly, there are those that will say that their intent is to help but they will only help themselves to what ever you have.
it is my observation that most traders have little to no concern for their investors.
this is a short sighted and small minded way to handle things, imo.
the trades themselves are the most important issue in this game of trading.
the investors/traded capital is the second most important issue, and it is actually a tossup if this isnt actually the most important issue.
anyways, i feel that as you asked for help that in order for any person to be able to properly assist you that it would be most proper if they had something of a profile of who you are and where is it that you are trying to get to in front of them.
now everybody knows exactly who you are and where you are trying to get to.
the most important question that you need to be asking yourself at this point is:
can i afford to lose that $380.00?
if the answer is yes, then contact elkart and trust his advice explicitly.
i do not believe that he will steer you wrong.
but, again, i sincerely believe that he is a monkey brained numbnuts, but i do suspect that he does have the ability to help someone in your position.
but, again, walk softly and DO NOT TRADE THAT $380.00 UNLESS YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE THE ENTIRE THING.
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