@@@ wilkins Siri. yes you are true. but if you look at the last contest where mr chachoun from morocco became first. all of us was jealous of him. how he did that... then i had personal chat with him and i saw his real account margin called up. this is the link https://backoffice.rvdmarkets.com/statistics/chamchoun-if-you-win-some-trade-keep-trading/46830 ... what happen in this contest some people try their luck and take huge risk that they dont take in real account. see last contest's champion got caught in real account. how will u explain this?
bismiforex posted: @@ Absurdum.. please dont blame any one unless u know the real. if they are the same guy because of being from the same country. why they dont ask for proof of id and address. then all will be clear. u are just jealous of the guy mxx8. nothing else
I envy not because I have my share, also show an account there, where you have no equity, I mean for me it is simply a lie, and no longer Advocating what is wrong for a company
hello mr WILKINS.. u first learn how to check forex trading history then come back this site. u dont know how to check trade history but making time wasting comment here. click that link then click history. see what happened to his account when he lost gbp/jpy and aud/usd big size... open ur eyes b4 make any comment
@shah alam im not jealous, i actually think it's great if the script he runs is working, i would love to see it on a real account. Thats not the problem shah alam, and do believe me it doesn't have a jack sht what country he/she is from, if you cant see why i say what i did well then i think you haven't open your eye wide enough. This account had no action until the day after rank 1 and 2 disappear and suddenly it start the same trade for the same amount, same duration and same lot, if you cant understand that pattern well i fell sorry for u.
Then again, i love the script he has and would love to try it out, i have tested allot of EA and Script and so far i haven't come across one that hold in the long run, but he's looks very promising, but he also had 78% DD so the signs fro blowing the account up is already there.
hi everyone, in this contest rank number 3rd and 5th is the same person, in the morning in one acount he had eur/jpy sell position of 200.00 lots in another account eur/jpy buy position of 200 lots. when rank number 4th ken137( that time ken was 3rd) opened gold sell postion. the chinese guy closed all his eur/jpy position almist same time. then he opened gold position of 120 and 119 lots buy and sell in his both account respectively. when he saw gold going down he opened more position of sell in his selling account. ... this guy should be out from this contest. i hope admin will take action right now.. i have no doubt about this 2 accounts of a same person... as both of the accounts belongs to him. he confidently now open buy and sell in both his account. yes the trade he opened intiallay cleverly he opened different position but finally he got caught... he closed the eur/jpy position both buy and sell from 2 accounts almost same time and opened buy and sell position of gold of same lot size from 2 different account at the same time... please kick him out.
Barring a few like excelmarkets, Fxcm and others, one cannot vouch for the real brokers hosting trade contests via myfxbook.com . These trade contests on a demo are just for increasing client base. I still wonder what the winners must be experiencing after winning the contest. Better be careful guys!
DON'T INVEST THE LOANED AMOUNT AND DON'T INVEST IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO LOSE!
Hey, if anyone win any contest then what is the method to get the money? i want to know details. i have registrar but don't know in which account will my balance add. i want to know just. Please share if you know.😑
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