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Wow, too many to response... First, I truly appreciate all posts here, especially those who have different views on this opportunity. Your different opinions, in strong language, are so important for potential investors to make their investment decision. Yes, you must consider that you can lose your entire account, you must accept the risk of losing it all in short period of time if you want to invest. Only invest 20% or less of your total Forex risk capital to it. This is my money management. It's the only sure thing that you can't lose more than 20%. Money management, discipli......
Emotional Trading In General Nov 11 2011 at 18:26
[quote] goodmast3r posted: Any book on how to manage our emotion? There are lots of good tips here. But those tips are useless when we have bad emotion. It is when you don't have control of your self. In forex you can trade 24 hours, that makes it so hard to control our emotion. If you trade stock, the market will close and you will take a break which is good. [/quote] goodmast3r, Well said. Yes, you can manage your emotion well in a good condition but it's very difficult to control it when you are in a bad condition. The worst thing is that Forex is 24 hours market, it's......
[quote] TheCyclist posted: Either has substantially better chance of working and a better pay off than what you're about to try. Don't waste other peoples money. In the end fx will get regulated exactly because of crap like this. [/quote] Hi Cyclist, I appreciate so much you point out the risk of this opportunity. The concern for me is that someone may look for the returns from my trading accounts without considering or accepting the risk. This is an opportunity to earn 1,000% in 1 week only if you can risk your entire trading capital. The reason an investor must only a......
[quote] TheCyclist posted: I have $1000 lying around, I think I'll go buy some lottery tickets with it or hit the casino. At least it will be me who has the fun blowing it. [/quote] Hi TheCyclist, Why not, I know Joan R. Ginther who is a former math professor with a PhD from Stanford University specialising in statistics won lottery 4 times. Here is the detialed story at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2023514/Joan-R-Ginther-won-lottery-4-times-Stanford-University-statistics-PhD.html . I also know many people win big in the casino as well. Everything is p......
[quote] jezrp posted: I'm looking for a good managed account with a minimum deposit of $10,000. anyone have any good experiences or are currently using one that they would recommend ? [/quote] How about invest 20% of your $10K to my 1,000% in 1 week opportunity? You must prepare to lose all your initial investment to earn higher return. However, if you have $10K, you can do $2K (or even $1K) and the potential is to earn $20K in 1 week. See my post here for details http://www.myfxbook.com/community/general/i-have-done-1000-1/202165,1
[quote] Conperin posted: Find a broker that you can open a live account with. Make it with your own capital. Then come back with prove. I think it'll be more convincing. Or at last show us your demo account statements. [/quote] Hi Conperin, Sorry, I can't find any broker better than the demo one for this 1,000% in 1 week opportunity. However, I do have demo accounts with investor log in for you to see my account statements. The $50K account <a href="http://www.myfxbook.com/members/7forex/7forex/186650"><img border="0" src="http://www.myfxb......
Defination of a Good Trader? In General Nov 10 2011 at 22:38
There is no good trader until he/she retires from trading and have maded profits while he/she was trading. A "good trader" can blow out his/her accounts anytime as long as he/she is actively trading. Do we see enough of this kind of good traders? Of course, a "bad" trader can make profits as long as he/she keeps learning and stop trading when he/she make some profits.
7forex-5k In Trading Systems Nov 10 2011 at 22:04
You can also access to this account to see my trades. Account number: 11253131 Investor Password: 5kwgbp Server: ThinkForex-Demo I am also looking for someone who can open a live account with this broker. See my other post for details.
7forex In Trading Systems Nov 10 2011 at 19:01
Want to know if you can earn 1,000% in 1 week? Check my othor post for details.
I have done 1,000% in 1 week twice on demo. I need to do it on live account. However, I can't open a live account with my demo broker who offers 200:1 leverage. If you can risk between $1,000 and $5,000 real money for $1,000% return in 1 week and you can open account with the broker I prefer, please contact me. Very important notes: 1. My 1,000% in 1 week trading carries very high risk. You must have at least $5,000 risk capital to allocate 20% which is $1,000 for this 1,000% return opportunity. You must understand and accept that you can lose all your initial investment of this opport......
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