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zzzero

Membre depuis Jan 26, 2011  1367 messages zzzero Apr 16 2011 at 18:29
and, btw, as i have said before...

any country bumpkin can get setup with as a metatrader broker and he can manipulate/backdate the trades and he can even signup and FULLY VERIFY a myfxbook account.

now, what is the web address of EDGE CAPITAL MARKET?

thank you.

n/a
speki

Membre depuis Nov 18, 2009  735 messages speki Apr 16 2011 at 18:42
The company could be dormant, or used for tax optimisation only, and not be offering services to the public. Ooooh there are so many tricks. If it's eating you up - please call Jacques at Plexus first thing Monday morning.

I don't find it suspicious, but it's certainly unusual.

Whether or not I'm retarded - honestly I don't know. How do I know if I'm retarded?

What I know is I like music ...





Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
speki

Membre depuis Nov 18, 2009  735 messages speki Apr 16 2011 at 19:13
okies, gimme some time ... how was that again?

h, t, t, p, cologne ... slash and then perhaps perhaps perhaps ...





zzzero posted:
oh, just a hint...
it probably starts with an HTTP COLON SLASH SLASH AND THEN PERHAPS THAT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY PERHAPS A WWW.
I AM ALSO SUSPECTING THAT YOU MIGHT FIND THE WORD EDGE IN THERE SOMEWHERE.

Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
speki

Membre depuis Nov 18, 2009  735 messages speki Apr 16 2011 at 19:16
YEEEAHHH, I found the word 'edge' in there somewhere.


Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
Diamond

Membre depuis Apr 01, 2011  27 messages Diamond Apr 16 2011 at 19:28
Speki

410 posts speki 10 minutes ago
okies, gimme some time ... how was that again?

h, t, t, p, cologne ... slash and then perhaps perhaps perhaps ...





zzzero posted:
oh, just a hint...
it probably starts with an HTTP COLON SLASH SLASH AND THEN PERHAPS THAT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY PERHAPS A WWW.
I AM ALSO SUSPECTING THAT YOU MIGHT FIND THE WORD EDGE IN THERE SOMEWHERE.

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410 posts speki 7 minutes ago
YEEEAHHH, I found the word 'edge' in there somewhere.


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Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.

Diamond
                     
 
Please do not let Edward make you his B I T C H

He can be very very dominating if he does not get his own way.

By the way how many accounts has he blown up chasing the holy grail.

Just asking NOT JUDGING like other's do over a game account...
  
  

zzzero

Membre depuis Jan 26, 2011  1367 messages zzzero Apr 16 2011 at 19:33 (édité à Apr 16 2011 at 19:33 )
diamonds,

phk you. your fxmanager acct is drawn down by 40%.

and you call yourself a professional forex trader and mentor?

you are a bucket of bullsht.

z/.

n/a
zzzero

Membre depuis Jan 26, 2011  1367 messages zzzero Apr 16 2011 at 19:34

zzzero posted:
now, what is the web address of EDGE CAPITAL MARKET?

thank you.


n/a
Diamond

Membre depuis Apr 01, 2011  27 messages Diamond Apr 16 2011 at 20:47

zzzero posted:
    diamonds,

phk you. your fxmanager acct is drawn down by 40%.

and you call yourself a professional forex trader and mentor?

you are a bucket of bullsht.

z/.



It is a demo account. It is a drawdown. I trade real funds and I only opened that account because you wanted me too. You will now be my B I T C H

Get the address of Edge yourself and lay off Speki and take your meds please.

Is that clear MISTER

Diamond

Membre depuis Apr 01, 2011  27 messages Diamond Apr 16 2011 at 20:49
How is this Baby...

Combined Account Statement
 
Statement Period: from Apr 8, 2011 11:19:34 AM through Apr 16, 2011 4:48:26 PM
User Name: Bruce W Margolese
 
FXCMUK
  
 
Bruce W Margolese
Street Montreal, Quebec H2R 2N8 Canada
Trade account #: 01127152 Created at: Apr 8, 2011 11:19:34 AM Status: Active Base currency: USD
 
 
CLOSED TRADE LIST
 
 
Ticket # Symbol Volume Date Sold Bought Gross P/L Comm Rollover Adj Net P/L Condition Created By
36362628 EUR/USD 100,000 4/8/11 11:35 AM 1.44353 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/11/11 8:19 AM 1.44283 70.00 0.00 -2.40 0.00 67.60 L fxr1130173001
36383719 EUR/USD 100,000 4/10/11 9:28 PM 1.44470 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/11/11 7:52 AM 1.44389 81.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 81.00 L fxr1130173001
36384744 EUR/USD 100,000 4/10/11 10:08 PM 1.44608 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/11/11 4:17 AM 1.44468 140.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 140.00 L fxr1130173001
36385528 EUR/USD 100,000 4/10/11 10:29 PM 1.44711 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/10/11 10:49 PM 1.44636 75.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 75.00 C fxr1130173001
36457729 EUR/USD 100,000 4/12/11 9:16 AM 1.45111 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/12/11 10:07 AM 1.44869 242.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 242.00 C fxr1130173001
36457750 EUR/USD 100,000 4/12/11 9:16 AM 1.45111 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/12/11 10:06 AM 1.44855 256.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 256.00 C fxr1130173001
36462125 EUR/USD 100,000 4/12/11 10:32 AM 1.45064 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/12/11 10:57 AM 1.44960 104.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 104.00 C fxr1130173001
36485089 EUR/USD 100,000 4/13/11 12:34 AM 1.44721 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/13/11 9:49 AM 1.44808 -87.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -87.00 C fxr1130173001
36497568 EUR/USD 100,000 4/13/11 6:56 AM 1.45061 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/13/11 8:31 AM 1.44891 170.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 170.00 L fxr1130173001
36504204 EUR/USD 100,000 4/13/11 9:16 AM 1.45029 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/13/11 9:28 AM 1.44895 134.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 134.00 C fxr1130173001
36508472 EUR/USD 100,000 4/13/11 10:54 AM 1.45019 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/13/11 11:05 AM 1.44965 54.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 54.00 C fxr1130173001
36589892 EUR/USD 100,000 4/15/11 1:23 AM 1.44720 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/15/11 4:32 AM 1.44450 270.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 270.00 L fxr1130173001
36617747 EUR/USD 100,000 4/15/11 11:58 AM 1.44433 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/15/11 12:51 PM 1.44363 70.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 70.00 L fxr1130173001
36618068 EUR/USD 100,000 4/15/11 12:10 PM 1.44528 Mkt fxr1130173001
      4/15/11 12:25 PM 1.44451 77.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 77.00 C fxr1130173001
Total: 1,656.00 0.00 -2.40 0.00 1,653.60
Posted at statement period of time: 1,656.00 0.00 -2.40 0.00
 
 
OUTSTANDING ORDERS
 
 
Order # Expire Date Type Ticket Symbol Volume Date B/S Price Market Price Created By
No data found for the statement period
 
 
OPEN/FLOATING POSITIONS
 
 
Ticket # Symbol Volume Date Sold Bought Floating P/L Comm Rollover Net P/L Condition Created By
No data found for the statement period
 
 
ACCOUNT ACTIVITY
 
 
Time Posted Code Description Account # Ticket # Amount Balance
4/8/11 11:19 AM Depos Deposit 01127152 50,000.00 50,000.00
4/8/11 5:29 PM Rollover Rollover Fee 01127152 36362628 -2.40 49,997.60
4/10/11 10:49 PM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36385528 75.00 50,072.60
4/11/11 4:17 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36384744 140.00 50,212.60
4/11/11 7:52 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36383719 81.00 50,293.60
4/11/11 8:19 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36362628 70.00 50,363.60
4/12/11 10:06 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36457750 256.00 50,619.60
4/12/11 10:07 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36457729 242.00 50,861.60
4/12/11 10:57 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36462125 104.00 50,965.60
4/13/11 8:31 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36497568 170.00 51,135.60
4/13/11 9:28 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36504204 134.00 51,269.60
4/13/11 9:49 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36485089 -87.00 51,182.60
4/13/11 11:05 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36508472 54.00 51,236.60
4/15/11 4:32 AM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36589892 270.00 51,506.60
4/15/11 12:25 PM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36618068 77.00 51,583.60
4/15/11 12:51 PM PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 01127152 36617747 70.00 51,653.60
Total: 51,653.60
 
 
ACCOUNT SUMMARY
 
 
  Beginning Balance 0.00
Comm Trading Commission 0.00
Rollover Rollover Fee -2.40
PnL Profit/Loss of Trade 1,656.00
Depos Deposit 50,000.00
Withd Withdrawal 0.00
Option Options Payout 0.00
Comm Options Commission 0.00
AdminFee Administrative Fee 0.00
MngFee Management Fee 0.00
PerfFee Performance Fee 0.00
Void Deposit Rollback 0.00
ASPComm ASP Commission 0.00
MargInterest Interest on Usable Margin 0.00
  Ending Balance 51,653.60
  Floating P/L 0.00
  Equity 51,653.60
  Necessary Margin 0.00
  Usable Margin 51,653.60

Diamond

Membre depuis Apr 01, 2011  27 messages Diamond Apr 16 2011 at 21:03
I think you are cool and I am not a hypocrite however you have no clue how to trade forex if you think your formula's really work. Read this and then you might understand. This comes from the John Maudilin free newsletter.

There is coordinated intervention in USD/JPY by the G-7 announced by them a few weeks ago.

Read this and try to understand that only fundamental knowledgeable forex trader's win consistently.

Good luck with your system however I doubt you can win consistently. Trade $50,000 US for a year and show me your results.

Another Important European Election
And the second shock I worry about is the sovereign debt crisis developing in Europe. I have written about how Irish voters rejected funding their banks and about the ongoing negotiations. But this week we got a vote from Iceland that gives us some insight into how things may go.

Last year the Icelandic voters turned out the old government and rejected backing their bank debt, which was mostly to Britain and the Netherlands. The new government then renegotiated the terms of the debt. They lowered the interest costs to 3.2% spread out over 30 years, and no payment until 2016. Not bad terms if you can get them. The debt was incurred when Britain and the Netherlands compensated their nationals who lost savings in online 'Icesave' accounts owned by Landsbanki, one of three Icelandic banks that collapsed in late 2008.

The Eurasia Review noted:

“Attempts by creditors to persuade nations to bail out their banks at public expense thus is ultimately an exercise in public relations. Icelanders have seen how successful Argentina has been since it imposed a crew haircut on its creditors. They also have seen the economic and political disruption in Ireland and Greece resulting from trying to pay beyond their means.

“Creditors did not give accurate advice when they told Ireland that it could pay for its bank failures without plunging the economy into depression. Ireland’s experience stands as a warning to other countries about trusting overly optimistic forecasts by central bankers. In Iceland’s case, in November 2008 the IMF staff projected yearend-2009 gross external public and private debt at 160% of GDP – but observed that an exchange rate depreciation of 30% would push the ratio to 240% of GDP, which would be ‘clearly unsustainable.’ But the most recent IMF staff report (January 14, 2011) shows end-2009 gross external debt at 308% of GDP, and estimates end-2010 gross external debt at 333% – even before taking the Icesave and other debts into account!”

Basically, the voters of Iceland were being asked to take on a huge debt based on foreign currencies over which they have no control. Voting no meant that acceptance into the euro club would not be likely (though that is not a club you might wish to join today!) There are other threatened measures. But absent the British or Dutch sending in troops, there is not much you can do to force that debt collection. Iceland’s voters sent the referendum a resounding 60% no vote.

Now let’s fast forward to Sunday and the elections in Finland. Yes, Finland, that bastion of euro correctness.

It turns out that some of the nation’s voters don’t see why they should “donate” to a fund that will bail out Greece, Ireland, and Portugal (for openers – forget about Spain!). There is a party, called (in translation) the True Finns party. It is a very nationalistic party and generally does not get more than 4% of the vote. But recent polls show their level of support has more than tripled and is approaching that of the three biggest parties: Center, National Coalition, and Social Democrats, which each have about 20 percent. It is very possible that the True Finns could get a sizeable vote. If the polls are right.

Why? Because they are the only way Finnish voters can say no to using their money to bail out other countries. Some 60% of 2,400 respondents in an April 8 survey by Think If Laboratories said they opposed bailouts, while 31 percent approved. The margin of error was 3 percentage points. (Canadian Press)

The True Finns note that no one rushed to their aid when they had their own crisis in the ’90s. The country has since gone on the “straight and narrow.”

60%! Wow! The True Finns have made it clear they will not go into coalition with any government that votes for more bailout funds. Think that same sentiment is not rising in Germany? Most people are concerned about the debtor nations rejecting the terms of the deal. Finland may show us on Sunday that the no vote works both ways!

As I understand the treaty, even the debtor nations must “guarantee” the debt that is used to bail out other countries, even as they accept bailouts. It is all for one and one for all. But what if Finland says no? Does that mean the end of the debt bailouts? Will the rest go on without Finland? Will other voters in countries with little deficits also decide that enough is enough? Can Angela Merkel keep her coalition together in Germany? The possibility of a crisis is high and rising. Stay tuned.


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