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FX Manager Listing Board In General Jul 05 2010 at 05:22
Sir, you're entitled to your opinion. And I do not have the inclination to comment further other than to say you are incorrect on most points.
In another place my signature has "No Vouches Please" because I was strongly opposed to its introduction there in the original form they suggested some years ago. IMO it adds little value there because the majority of the members are the blind being led by the slightly less blind. However, I'll suck it and see here but the danger is, as Ben suggests, that it may create an "in group" who haven't got a clue but pretend they have. There is an obvious element of that elsewhere. In the meantime I've already got a vouch so I guess thanks are due to MFB. Thank you. And I'll vou......
FIGfx In Brokers Jun 21 2010 at 06:13
Thanks for the reply. You too.
Don't you just love that about this place. No ifs, no buts, it'll just be done. Well done MFB.
GIGFX In Brokers Jun 20 2010 at 19:12
And your conclusion is based on what?
www.2pipsfunds.com In Trading Systems Jun 20 2010 at 07:38
I see that you've deleted this one now Jeremia. I'm aware that you're in Bali further to our chat elsewhere yesterday but 2pipsfunds clearly trades in the UK. There are certain regulatory issues which need to be addressed as you have a London base. I appreciate the site's quite new but with your FPA experience and that of your team it would appear that publication of your site is somewhat premature before these issues, which you or your team would be aware of, are addressed. I see at your site that you have a team of certified Money Managers. Would you care to elaborate on what that means ......
FX Manager Listing Board In General Jun 19 2010 at 17:02
I understand the analogy but it doesn't assist. The fact is I have very little respect for financial regulators anywhere and, as an example, the UK FSA is not even fit for purpose. I doubt if it ever has been. I have commented on this at length elsewhere. However, your choice is simple. You either respect the laws of the country or countries that you choose to do business in or you don't. If you fall in to the second category you may or may not be prosecuted under criminal law. But if you are choosing to ignore the laws of any country where you attempt to do business by advertising here then......
FX Manager Listing Board In General Jun 19 2010 at 06:56
[quote]bwizard posted: 1. You are not registered with the NFA or CFTC which makes it illegal to advertise or solicit investors through the internet or any other medium. [/quote] Even if you are regulated in the US it is still illegal to solicit investors anywhere in the EU.
Set up a demo platform, attach an ea (can't suggest one), get used to the platform. When you're happy using the platform come back and ask again. A managed account that would accept your deposit - if you can find one - would not be a suitable place to "invest " your money IMO.
How do I delete accounts? In New Traders Jun 19 2010 at 06:19
Settings, top right, look at name of system, follow to right, see a little cross, press it.
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