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Diamond
Apr 16 2011 at 21:10
27 posts
READ EVERY WORD OF THIS PLEASE !!!

This man Jim Willie is the BEST and most honest analyst we have so how can you expect to PLOT INTERVENTION...

https://www.financialsense.com/contributors/jim-willie/deflationists-and-blind-eyes

Snippet:

The Deflationist themes ignore the Inflation story.
The G-7 Meeting to adopt the Yen Selloff Pact was a veiled GLOBAL QE ACCORD. The pact has not even been discussed by the shallow Deflationist camp even though it is the most signficant policy directive since September 2008, more important than the original QE decision in March 2009. That is because it is Global QE, stamped and approved by the major central banks, monetary hyper-inflation gone global. The Deflationists live in a cave, unaware of such events or dismissive of them in arrogance. They instead continue to defend the wrong-footed construct of Deflation. In personal email and telephone exchanges, my habit is to constantly laugh at their pre-occupation with Deflation. On more than 40-50 occasions with certain contacts, my reply is simply WHAT IS DEFLATION?? Shallow responses come in return, unimpressive one and all. We will continue to experience and suffer both deflation of assets and wages, during a massive storm of hyper-inflation from central banks. The inflationary effect is a perverse factor toward the real game on stage. Do not expect wages to keep up with the rising costs. This has been a major point of mine all along, so a massive squeeze will continue. The Deflationists do not understand the reaction to the squeeze, focusing arrogantly on the endpoint. Their work is of little practical value, certainly of zero investment value. The squeeze will render harm to both households and businesses, with lost discretionary spending and lost profit margins. Their debate over which prevails misses the entire point. That is, the Deflation will continue in certain asset classes, especially housing and commercial property, while the Inflation will continue in monetary aggregate, TO MAKE A GROWING POWERFUL DAMAGING GLOBAL HURRICANE. Much end product price inflation will come. More end service price inflation will come. See shipping charges for a start. It seems obvious that the Deflationists ignore the battle and try to describe the outcome in narrow myopic terms. In a sense, they are the flat earth society.

zzzero
Apr 16 2011 at 21:27
1367 posts
speki posted:
    okies, gimme some time ... how was that again?

h, t, t, p, cologne ... slash and then perhaps perhaps perhaps ...

zzzero posted:
oh, just a hint...
it probably starts with an HTTP COLON SLASH SLASH AND THEN PERHAPS THAT WILL BE FOLLOWED BY PERHAPS A WWW.
I AM ALSO SUSPECTING THAT YOU MIGHT FIND THE WORD EDGE IN THERE SOMEWHERE.

😎
Diamond
Apr 16 2011 at 21:36
27 posts
Have a nice day and evening in Sunny LA, Eddie My Lad...

I am at the top of my game and loving it. No person can upset me or get under my skin. Money can do that.

Good Fortune and Good Trading !!!
baraban
Apr 17 2011 at 20:52
23 posts
This is my real account to demonstrate my strategy which i use at managed accounts. History available from 2010.06
Please read account discussion for more info

<a href='https://www.myfxbook.com/members/baraban/alpari-uk-classic/90491'><img border='0' src=''/></a>

Don't risk more then 2% with one trade!
HellboyFX
Apr 18 2011 at 13:52
35 posts
hi guys

thanks for the posts - apologies for delay - travel takes a bit of time and so it seems this site....for some anyway...

thoughts for this site and the ea was to get a couple of ideas and if the informed investor community might like such a product....
I do see that you guys keep yourself very busy withall types of conspiracies..wish i had that kind of time on hand,.....

I'm no IT geek but it seems that I'm struggling a bit to get this verfied - if I cant I will gladly leave your site not to bother you again...I/we are no blue sky traders which will promise you the 100% a month thing - that in my mind is unsustainable and the guys who can do that...I don't see him advertising - rather do it on your own - that makes sense....

really don't know what is incorrect...will give it another go at least...

remember to watch some cnbc in the coming months...

All i reall want is some comments on this type of product..if you may please
zzzero
Apr 18 2011 at 15:10
1367 posts
jacques,

your account is unverified.

i have offered to assist.

mind providing a proper web addres for edge capital market broker?

btw, tho it may seem impressive to some that you tell us about your payed for cnbc ad slots, i am not entirely impressed.

bernie madoff most likely had advertising on cnbc.

now, the link, sir.

thank you.

edward.
zzzero
Apr 18 2011 at 15:21
1367 posts
can any person in this forum provide me with a link to this EDGE CAPITAL MARKET forex trading company?

thank you.

https://edgecapital.co.nz/

is that it?

HellboyFX
Apr 19 2011 at 11:41
35 posts
ok - don't know what is wrong - even got the smiley face of myfxbook on the platform but still is unverified

anyway - the acc is true - that much i can tell you

all I'd like to know from these posts is genuinely what you guys think of it and what might be needed to better the product - returns too low maybe? but then higher volatility becomes an issue...
anyway - would just like to know - that is what the aim of this was
regards
Total Recall (TotalRecall)
Apr 19 2011 at 16:37
28 posts
i don't care much about other people's returns. but if you can make money why bother with opm?? i dont get it. is it greed or do you just prefer to risk their money instead of yours? or do you get commisions from traded volume?
nova (ngaink)
Apr 19 2011 at 16:41
2 posts
if you may check my result :

https://myfxbook.com/members/ngaink

there are several of my trading system that you may analize.
it's all just a simple way of trade, but yet gain a profit continuesly and stabilize each day.
maximize your brain
Total Recall (TotalRecall)
Apr 19 2011 at 16:42
28 posts
its fun to see n00bs here having orgasms in threads related to 'systems' with 100s %s returns :p
speki
Apr 19 2011 at 17:07
735 posts
Make sure you're only laughing behind people's backs. Make sure you're giving proper lip service publicly. Ahh, I'm being so cynical again.
Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
Total Recall (TotalRecall)
Apr 19 2011 at 17:13
28 posts
its fun because i was already there.. many times
Total Recall (TotalRecall)
Apr 19 2011 at 17:17
28 posts
thats why there are so many scam sharks hunting around here:- easy prey😲
speki
Apr 19 2011 at 17:29
735 posts
I reckon there's a difference between a badass scammer and the simple trader who wants to 'make it' as a money manager.
Many players here honestly believe in what they write, it's a sad thing so few seem to make the cut. Just because someone plans to double their money every month, does not mean they're scammers, let's just say they have a different idea about realities. Regards.
Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
Total Recall (TotalRecall)
Apr 19 2011 at 17:43
28 posts
i dont have any objections against doubling their own money every month. but i don't understand that money managers thing.

 maybe because ever since i started trading i ALWAYS wanted to be independent.-do it just myself with my own money and never wanted to trade OPM. actualy i would hate to trade knowing the funds is not mine..
zzzero
Apr 19 2011 at 19:38
1367 posts

Diamond posted:
    Have a nice day and evening in Sunny LA, Eddie My Lad...

I am at the top of my game and loving it. No person can upset me or get under my skin. Money can do that.

Good Fortune and Good Trading !!!

i hear you saying that you are at the top of your game.

i hear you loud and clear.


speki
Apr 19 2011 at 22:18
735 posts
Hmm... I guess OPM trading is one of those things you should try once in your life ... I had a friend's money on my account back in ... huh, was that 2009? Jaysus. Time flies. I made him some profits then we ended the business when he needed all his money to buy his very first flat. The deal was, <b>we split profits, AND we split losses too</b>. Honestly, if I give a so-called money manager my money, and he trades me profits, I'll gladly remunerate his efforts. But if he loses my money, it's evident that he takes responsibility and pays with his own money. It's ridiculous when those money managers promise 'oh, you don't have to pay if there are no profits' - yeah, dickface? And if you lose my money? You will pay. Split the profits, split the losses too.

All in all, OPM is not evil, just maybe people try to bite off more than they can chew. One shouldn't be trading more than he can afford to lose. But of course first you have to understand that you can actually lose in the game.

I don't have anything against 100% profits a month, just ... I wanna see them first. 😁
Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
speki
Apr 19 2011 at 22:24
735 posts
doobie doobi doo ... I'm not the sugar mama kind ...


Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
zzzero
Apr 19 2011 at 23:56
1367 posts
I THOUGHT THAT YOU WERE GONNA GO ON VACATION.

Z/.
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