There are many sellers of crap (get rich quick if you just buy this or that) out there, and some of them make a decent living on the $ they make from unsuspecting newcomers.
I urge newcomers to do a bit of research before giving out $. I also ask that traders rain on these 'scammers'' parade by exposing them and hopefully cut off their supply of 'easy-newbie-money'
I know you might feel it is a lost cause, but believe me - a simple action (which can take a few seconds) from you can help a newcomer from falling victim.
Together, let's stop these *&^kers.
Why don't you stop worrying about saving the hard earned money of other traders, and start making money in your own account.
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I was expecting a comment like that..I really don't care much for it., I am quite content with my system. Only a person whose fraudulent income I hamper would post something like that.
Let me spend a minute and educate you about my system.
It is a medium term strategy +/- 6 months.
I only started it in September this year - the system will have a lot of small losers and few a good winners - at the moment you only see the negative gain produced by the losers. So far the system is up +/-2k in floating pips and +/-$170 up in equity, which almost covers the losses. But as I say, the system is still young and may still need a couple of months.
I only have to intervene once a week, but monitor it a lot here on myfxbook - also like to be updated with news events that might affect the currencies I trade.
So in essence I have a lot of time each day to come here and expose scammers.
Also copied and pasted from another thread, please read it carefully and let it sink in.. I really mean everything here.
You know, one might think you are one of the scammers, posing as an innocent trader with the pro-scammer attitude that you have.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I have always been under the impression that if a trader posts his strategy - he puts his system on the table for a 'discussion' (the name of the button) he then answers questions about his system, like why is it unverified/demo etc. Lately if you ask a question, or make a statement, you get blocked - this strongly suggests that the trader is hiding something - and 99% of the time this is the case..Lately it has become extremely easy to forge details of your system (with the help of unscrupulous brokers) and then flog it here. Some people pick up on this and ask questions/make statements.
This is not even defended anymore, the poster just quickly goes and blocks - or even blocks certain traders before they could even ask questions. Is this normal practice in your opinion?
BTW, how did you arrive on that name? Anticlimax of note, one thinks ..hey, here is an interesting trader and click on your name and just see two rookie accounts that screams 'I will not be here for much longer' - you need to change the name boet, it is very misleading..