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eProfitsMaster

Member Since Jan 02, 2010  20 posts eProfitsMaster Inc. (eProfitsMaster) Jun 04 2010 at 02:14

KingInvestor posted:
    Hello everyone,

I am just an investor, I see the huge potential in Forex and would like to find some good FX Managers to invest in. Could someone give some hint?

Thanks,

King

Try this http://www.fxProfitsMaster.com

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KingInvestor

Member Since Mar 13, 2010  23 posts KingInvestor Jun 04 2010 at 03:30 (edited Jun 04 2010 at 03:31 )
I checked your site and see this:

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/eProfitsMaster/200005/14829

What do you want me to do?

ForexSeeker

Member Since Apr 20, 2010  727 posts DoubleTrap (ForexSeeker) Jun 04 2010 at 05:18
I thinking of setting up PAMM account, but it need 3k to open for public. And as a newbie, I got no money yet.

So now I'm thinking to open few slot for private FX Management.

500 Acc - net profit share out to manager 50%
5000 Acc - net profit share out to manager 30%.

Kill Bill 5 : http://www.myfxbook.com/members/ForexSeeker/kill-bill-5-alpha-test/27257

Requirement of your Account :
1) Leverage 1:500
2) 5 digit platform

Information is Gold when come to organised. http://winterwongforex.com
eProfitsMaster

Member Since Jan 02, 2010  20 posts eProfitsMaster Inc. (eProfitsMaster) Jun 04 2010 at 07:11

KingInvestor posted:
    I checked your site and see this:

http://www.myfxbook.com/members/eProfitsMaster/200005/14829

What do you want me to do?

Sorry thats is my client which trading manual...., you may check the demo account. It's an forward test... Or you may the other account...
Now i remove that account from my website to avoid misleading...

Rgds

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eProfitsMaster

Member Since Jan 02, 2010  20 posts eProfitsMaster Inc. (eProfitsMaster) Jun 04 2010 at 07:12

ForexSeeker posted:
    I thinking of setting up PAMM account, but it need 3k to open for public. And as a newbie, I got no money yet.

So now I'm thinking to open few slot for private FX Management.

500 Acc - net profit share out to manager 50%
5000 Acc - net profit share out to manager 30%.

Kill Bill 5 : http://www.myfxbook.com/members/ForexSeeker/kill-bill-5-alpha-test/27257

Requirement of your Account :
1) Leverage 1:500
2) 5 digit platform


To run in my program it need only $10....

www.fxProfitsMastr.com - Manage Fund Specialist, FREE VPS + EA
ForexSeeker

Member Since Apr 20, 2010  727 posts DoubleTrap (ForexSeeker) Jun 04 2010 at 07:26
Your webpage description said need more than $10.
So you give the EA to the client and run on your VPS ?
So many account burst... how come using same EA all different result ?

You have a profitable long term data profile ?

Information is Gold when come to organised. http://winterwongforex.com
eProfitsMaster

Member Since Jan 02, 2010  20 posts eProfitsMaster Inc. (eProfitsMaster) Jun 04 2010 at 09:27 (edited Jun 04 2010 at 09:28 )
ForexSeeker posted:
    Your webpage description said need more than $10.
So you give the EA to the client and run on your VPS ?
So many account burst... how come using same EA all different result ?

You have a profitable long term data profile ?


We not give the EA, but run the EA in our VPS computers...

Why they are different result. since many factors cause it:
1. Different amount of deposit.
2. Time when the account active.
3. Different Money Management(standard is 1%), bigger deposit we decrease the Money Management( until 0.25%)

Because many client not want to bu publish. So we only publish few. The longest history you may see :
=> http://www.myfxbook.com/members/eProfitsMaster/267057/28131

We offering income with safe, stable & consistence instead BIG profit....

www.fxProfitsMastr.com - Manage Fund Specialist, FREE VPS + EA
pc8multifx

Member Since Sep 04, 2009  858 posts pc8multifx (pc8multifx) Jun 04 2010 at 15:01
Yeah, ofcourse.. big profits on 10 bucks managed account ... WUAAAHAHAHA

Whats gonna be? A micro business offer for third world countries sponsored by the IWF ???? roll

https://cp.commercialnetworkservices.net/aff.php?aff=623
CuongVC

Member Since Oct 01, 2009  119 posts Cuong (CuongVC) Jun 04 2010 at 19:53
You know what, if we open many accounts and trade oposite directions. There will be account(s) that have great profit, show them here. The ones that be blown up ... don't show here.

smiley

If you can proof that you can make money grows, tons of money will flow to you.
WhyLose

Member Since Feb 16, 2010  99 posts Lion Asset Management (WhyLose) Jun 04 2010 at 20:44

pc8multifx posted:

Whats gonna be? A micro business offer for third world countries sponsored by the IWF ???? roll

grinsurpriseeeklol

Time is more valuable than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time.
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