Its definitely not a scam i know people verified making hundreds of thousands from it but they have put work time and effort into becoming a great trader. Most fail and then blame everything but themselves
CraigMcG2020 posted: Its definitely not a scam i know people verified making hundreds of thousands from it but they have put work time and effort into becoming a great trader. Most fail and then blame everything but themselves
Who are these people? Whenever I find people with verified accounts they always turn out to be scammers
Forex business is not a scam, but choosing the broker is an important matter because not all broker is trusted, in huge business-like as forex, where here there is so big money circulating in the market, sometimes used by an unresponsible person to scammed people. choose a reliable broker that has been regulated and trusted by among traders, read the review, and spent money that affords to lose.
I agree that those people who often lose on Forex are prone to saying that it’s all scam and nothing else. I explore Foreх on a demo account and I already see how complicated this system is. It requires you to improve your personal qualities. The very thought of trading on a real account a bit scares me but I hope I will try it soon.
As a former corporate currency trader, forex is not a scam but there are a lot of unscrupulous people wanting to get a piece of the pie by setting up scams by putting up bogus brokers and schemes. It is a legitimate business. Business would not function without forex as companies cannot get their international revenues converted into their home currencies and will need to pay their suppliers into theirs. If you vacation in another country, you will need to convert your money into their currency.
To prevent yourself from being scammed, do your trading with a well known and licensed broker and don't buy or rent any EAs (especially those that grid and/or martingale). Instead, study and practice and develop your own trading style.
Integrity is the seed for achievement. It is the principle that never fails. - Earl Nightingale
Forex isn’t a scam, it is a legitimate financial market. There are scammers though who set up traps for traders to fall into. The people who fall prey to these scammers lose money. These traders then use the word “scam” for the forex market as a whole. If a trader is careful, there is no way that the money can be lost easily.
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