You can laught as much as you want... We are actually having so much fun about you.
You like picture don't you ?
Why this Trader has the most followers on Myfxbook Autotrade while is DD is 18%... Simply because he is a well known trader.
Every single day you wake, and you are frustrated because no one knock at your door for invest me with you.
There is so many winning Forex strategies... No one want to go with you. This is the reality. Everyone knows you are the crapest guy to follow.
No one likes you in this community... and it's probably the same in your real life!
That's why we laught so much.
I told you you are rotten... Create a new pseudo.
But we will find you again, it's so easy... with your big mouth.
By the way, your strategy is so low that it will never be accepted by Myfxbook Autotrade, why? Simply because when you open a trade that you can't get ball to keep your order long enough to get 10 pips!
Anyway sweeties. As long as you guys keep quoting me I will remain relevant in this thread.Plus, if I keep trading the way I do you don't think I will keep getting views? You idiots are making me relevant and you don't even know it. I don't care about Auto-trade, nor do I care about who likes me or not. Only care about is my sweety fxworks having enough money to feed my child. That's all that matters. Anyway, see you clones later. Another week of over 1000usd profit! Yipeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee for me. 😇😇😇😇😇😇😇
CrazyTrader posted: Now this guy is yawning when he can't reply anything.
Have you notice that even when he can't say a word he still have a big mouth... (i'm too sarcastic for this noob, it's too easy to get him down.... like with Pip Drawdown)
Hey noob cake. The correct way to have insulted me would of been written as such. 'he still HAS a big mouth'. At least if you are going to insult someone do it grammatically correct. When ever you are speaking in 'simple present' HE SHE OR IT always carries an 's' after the verb. Where did you learn english? Guantanamo bay?
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