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Here's another potential FX investor about to blow 300k using an EA. Good luck! [cool]
cashback forex rebates In General Jul 30 2014 at 21:38
[quote]togr posted: Hi Mickey, the best cashback site ever is http://www.cashbackforex.com/#aid_30378 They have perfect support and they are able to beat any competitors offer. They always pay on time What else would you need? Tomas[/quote] Love the plug! But I cannot disagree with you. Check reviews on Forex Peace Army...nothing to fear about Cashback Forex! [cool]
Don't kid with leverage.. In General Jul 30 2014 at 21:35
Of course leverage is dangerous. But we're not here because it's safe, are we? [cool]
MYFXPT In Trading Systems Jul 30 2014 at 21:31
Is $50 start-up capital realistic? This is a simple strategy that is VERY easy to learn with very small capital required. Let's see what happens! [cool]
[quote]TomD131 posted: [quote]myfxpt posted: Thanks for clarifying. [cool][/quote] You are quite welcome. If you still live in Aussie, you have no problem finding a great broker. I had a broker in Australia until the ASIC started tightening down. Good luck to you.[/quote] Thanks mate, and good luck to you! [cool]
[quote]TomD131 posted: [quote]myfxpt posted: Tradersway does not appear to accept USA or UK clients. [cool][/quote] They do accept clients from the USA (I cannot speak for those in the UK). I am from the USA and have accounts with them. On the website, they make the statement regarding the USA and UK in order to clarify that they have not solicited any business from UK or USA residents. This is a legal issue. It is not illegal for them in their country to accept clients from the USA.[/quote] Thanks for clarifying. [cool]
Yes!
[quote]TomD131 posted: FinFX is a good choice. Unfortunately I do not know any others. I am from the USA so I walk away from a broker when I find that it does not accept US clients. I am glad you found a broker that you won't need to worry about![/quote] Tradersway does not appear to accept USA or UK clients. [cool]
Maxim Trader In New Traders Jul 15 2014 at 07:06
[quote]acewinner posted: Maxim Trader is a registered company in NZ.[/quote] Yes...and like so many others they operate out of a lawyers office. Note that the one and only Director is not resident in New Zealand, but in Cyprus. They may well be quite legitimate, but why set-up business half-way around the world? [cool]
Maxim Trader In New Traders Jul 15 2014 at 07:03
[quote]ForexAssistant posted: "I'm already not comfortable with this type of risky overseas investment in the first place" Good move, don't do it. If you have any doubts, pull out. Traders manage their risks, not just blindly accept them. If you don't know how they make money for you, find something that you do know about. There is enough risk in investing, going into something blind is risk above and beyond reasonable. Bob [/quote] Sounds like good, down-to-earth, practical advice. Could not agree more, Bob! [cool]
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