Posts by tehvoid
A lot of you guys are missing the point of the original question. I wasn't really shooting for, "What's the probability of guessing the right trades to pull in > 3000% in 3 weeks". I was more curious about the after effects of actually doing that. So now you're 50K account is worth almost a Million, would the average forex broker not allow you to withdraw that? Maybe they'd just 'mysteriously go offline, with your money' Or, would you even be able to close on the trades to make you that 1 million in the first place. Splexin seemed to get the closest with: [quote] Splexin......
Looking over the top gainers from this current month's contest (some are already > 3000% for the first 20 days), I have to wonder: Let's say you take the guy in first right now. (Currently at 3198.20% gain) Now, let's pretend he actually threw down $50,000 in the beginning, and instead of trading demo, he traded a real account with the SAME EXACT trades he's been doing, trade for trade. Would he still be at 3198% gain at this point? I almost have a hard time believing this. What's more likely to me is that whatever broker he's using would either screw him over during live trade......
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