I disagree for multiple reasons:
- JP has has collected MUCH MORE monies in subscription fees than he lost on his own accounts!!!
- Performance was verified through a 'no name' broker.
- JP has appeared on MyFxBook only in 2014, although he had 2-3 years of 'success' history before that, so it is very likely that their 'no name broker' has 'cooked the books' and created a nice account history. (Remember Bernie Madoff...??)
- And finally, isn't it suspicious, that the account has crashed SOON after launching the signal services via MyFxBook and MQL5...?
Even if the above was not correct, they were amatuers and gamblers. Definitely not pros. Even JP has admitted that he was 'gambling' and 'hoping'. If he was a gambler, he should have opened a 'gambling' signal service...
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