Posts by mfq1
Asset management In Trading Systems Oct 23 2011 at 00:59
I couldnt spare the time to watch your trades real time. Would you consider opening an account through a nfa regulated broker like oanda for asset management. Then we can watch your results for a few weeks and open a minimum client account for a few weeks then increase our deposit. You would get larger clients in the long run. More $ for you! I hope you understand the issues concerning the image of unregulated and less reputation established brokers, Serious clients need proof.
Asset management In Trading Systems Oct 03 2011 at 13:06
I would like to see a few weeks of live open trades so i can follow real time when you open and close trades. Because there have been some broker owner traders on this forum who add trades after the supposed time.
Asset management In Trading Systems Oct 03 2011 at 06:35
Just curious why you deposit $1081.00 on 1st oct 2011 after a 4% drawdown of $5000
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