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. 😁
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