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Who knows this broker ?? In General Mar 06 2013 at 21:01
[quote]invisible555 posted: The reason why I originally wanted to use them, is that the best results on FxStat ( http://www.fxstat.com/en/performances/view/SistemTF-14914 ) is made by a Spanish team who are insisting on this brokerage (AnkoFx). Stay away ! They are forging these results on their own "ECN" (demo) server to serve as a decoy, so that people want to invest to the fake broker. One more thing: The Spanish team who is publishing these results on FxStat has homepage, that was registered by GoDaddy.com and, how surprising, AnkoFx.com was also registered by them: Registered......
Who knows this broker ?? In General Mar 06 2013 at 10:19
Located in Dominica, but quoting a UK telephone number. It all gets a bit complicated trying to pin down the legal jurisdiction, and that troubles me.
Myfxbook Autotrade In General Mar 06 2013 at 06:51
Wow guys, I thought you would be a little more creative in the way you structured Myfxbook Autotrade. I don't want to be told which broker to use, and I don't want others dictating the size of my start-up capital. If I wanted that I would be using ZuluTrade.
Who knows this broker ?? In General Mar 06 2013 at 06:23
Why don't you do some homework yourself? Check with the quoted regulators to confirm the brokers' status.
[quote]sd59 posted: I agree. It was a bit of a tongue-in-cheek question because when we all start out as newbie's this is what happens in reality i.e we go short with all good intent and the market goes the other way. [/quote] I know! At one point I thought my broker had me selected for special treatment. Prices are moving up, I buy, and immediately prices begin to move down. So then I would sell, and guess what? Yep, prices would move up! There is much mention of money management within the various forums, and much lip service. At least this thread has stimulated discussion and input, and h......
fpa vs instaforex In General Feb 21 2013 at 21:06
[quote]moneygrows posted: [quote]XharpScalper posted: Further more FPA has no conflict of interest with traders where as brokers might have it , use your head FPA is Savior of traders.[/quote] If you derive income from advertisement slots sold to brokerage firms, then there is a conflict of interest :)[/quote] So who pays for FPA? Who pays for Myfxbook whilst we're on the subject? There is conflict of interest all around us from national television broadcast networks to your local newspaper, and especially online where we expect everything free of charge. Someone's got to pay somewhere along......
Your trading privileges are not verified on any of the accounts you have published.
Thinkforex or Alpari-US In New Traders Feb 10 2013 at 07:32
[quote]Ptckingdom posted: Thanks a lot for the advices everyone. I have decided to go with "Pepperstone Razor" account finally.I'll be making a deposit of 2000$ this week into my account. [/quote] Good choice!
[quote]stevewalker posted: hi smartguy why so rude language does it makes you feel better?[/quote] [cool]
If you are taking the opposite position to that which your strategy indicates, your strategy is not working and you have become a gambler.
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