When people stop updating their account on myFXbook, it is normally due to big DD. MyFXbook does not have the DD information in real time. It can be every 30', 1 hour, 4 hour, 1 day, 2 days or 3 days. So there will be a lot going on if the update is like 1 day or more. Look at the 'Update:' to see when the last update is. If it is too far away from now, it is a red flag.
If you can prove that you can make money grows, tons of money will flow to you.
CuongVC posted: When people stop updating their account on My FX book, it is normally due to big DD. My FX book does not have the DD information in real time. It can be every 30', 1 hour, 4 hour, 1 day, 2 days or 3 days. So there will be a lot going on if the update is like 1 day or more. Look at the 'Update:' to see when the last update is. If it is too far away from now, it is a red flag.
Yes thats very true but in this case 'Benefit of Wolf', stopped up dating then made it private, then renamed it 'Forex Pip Killer' and its the exact same account with the missing trades from the last couple of days. He has blocked me now because I was simply pointing out that he was offering a 30 day money back guarantee but wouldn't take PayPal and only take Neteller, which I pointed out was a big red flag for me.
The other issue that I have when I see such great results is that why would someone who has been trading there so called great EA for over 2 years, and then open an account with $100 here to sell there EA. So where is the results for the last 2 years then ?? Lots of people say that if its verified the account cannot be manipulated, well i dont buy that.
If you are a good programmer then you can almost hack or do anything thats in your favor, and this guy is a programmer by the way. So if your EA can make over 6000% in 5 months time with little DD, then why would you sell it for a measly $500 bucks, that does not make any sense.
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