There must be hundreds of traders who started trading Live too early with remnant accounts of $100 to $200 that are sick of trading but simply can't afford $60 to $200 per month of signal services.
And just to find a relevant and SAFE one you have to wade through so much promotional and technical jargon.
Yet there are signal providers claiming to automatically or manually deliver so many pips per month direct to your account or email.
This would be great if 1. They were actually delivering some reliable pips (and some probably are)
2. The signals were designed for small accounts (and some probably are)
3. The losers could understand the signal instructions (some probably are fine)
I know alot of people don't like to admit that they have lost, so feel free to email me here or reply on the board here.
I am trying a signal servive that is going ok on day two but that is a long way from a verified track record so keen to hear your success stories. Maybe we could swap Investor passwords (passwords that are view only) to our accounts and combine some winners.
Thank you for the recognition! Yes, account is live and is about 150$ for now (my money + investments). You can see drawdown of equity and balance on chart at site of PAMM, and in realtime at: https://www.myfxbook.com/members/Kaipa/scalpbreak-pamm/100000 (# Drawdown: 3.44%) I look forward to growth of profit at 20-30% per month.
There are bonuses for introducing. My one is 10% (of my profit from investments) to attract that investments in my project. There is more information about it in a convenient and concise form: https://instaforex.com/pamm_partners.php Hope you'll find it useful.
Forexanadova posted: Hello, please, take a look at this system for sale, price is 1000.00 USD, however, there is a sale now for only 150.00USD, but only 14 copies are available.You can also rent for 20.00USD a month.
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