Ok so it's UEC AG in Switzerland. Where the first mil comes from, it none of my business. No need to get so steamed up people. Jacques might understand our caution ... brand new wonder systems are everywhere ... they are coming out of the walls. If you verify your system, it will add a lot to your credibility here. If you're looking for clients with $500k and upwards, please consider that the average deposit here is around $22k (visible in the community outlook menu).
to put all of these issues to rest, kindly do the following:
unlock your broker.
what difference does it make anyways if anybody knows that you trade via broker x or y or z?
so, unlock it.
locking your broker will only serve to create suspicions on the part of others here, especially if your account is not verified.
perfect world: unlock your broker and fully verify your account.
issues #2: did you take your investor password and add that to your account settings page?
issue #3: look for the authorization key in your account settings page. open a bogus limit order at a price that is never gonna hit, ie, open a buy limit on the eurusd at maybe 2,000 pips below the current price and copy/paste said authorization key into the comment field of said limit order. after myfxbook has successfully verified your account, you may delete said limit orders.
let me know when you have finished handling the above issues.
I really don't see BWM as a dangerous creature. He simply doesn't raise my pulse. I wouldn't mind greeting him with 'good morning neighbor' every day. Maybe I'm thinking along different lines than you - but of course I wouldn't recommend investing in his fund at the moment.
Look, do a search for systems here and you'll find lots with fantastic gains and their owners swinging their cocks like trading gods. Then time goes by and they shut up and disappear. I can count on one hand the people I'd trust with real money - the rest just not worth the breath.
Oanda? They have good spreads and that's about it. Don't expect anything from them so you won't be disappointed.
zzzero posted: i mean, look at bruce margolese, his fxmanager account is indeed at about a 60% equity, he has dropped about 40% equity and he still keeps on trucking with all of that bs about him being a professional trader and mentor and he keeps ranting about his balance and most recently he openly states that he would not have traded live funds in the same way that he traded that fxmanaged account... that bruce is justs one big bucket of bs. he never stops. i cant believe that oanda allows him to represent himself as a professional trader and mentor, this is deception absolute, he could not mentor a retard as far as trading is concerned. it is my opinion that it says a lot about oanda that they allow him to continue to fish for opm and he is obviously so unqualified to handle so much as the change in my ashtray. this is pitiful.
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