'Pursuing a trading strategy with a Taleb distribution yields a high probability of steady returns for a time, but with a near certainty of eventual ruin. This is done consciously by some as a risky trading strategy, while some critics argue that it is done either unconsciously by some, unaware of the hazards ('innocent fraud'), or consciously by others....'
Not sure what category you fall into:
1. to naive to realize what's going to happen, or
2. knowing you're going to fail and trying for commission anyway...