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Making 15 to 20% profit every month !!!
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ZenoTyrell

Member Since Mar 16, 2018  1 posts ZenoTyrell Mar 16 2018 at 13:48
Hi every one !

Frankly saying , I'm not a trader at all.
But one of my friend has been in this trading business for just around 6 months and
he's telling me that his boss is making 15 to 20% profit every month.

He's also asking me to invest in his team.
And he's also giving a guarantee not to lose any of my money and have a 15 to 20% profit or stable income.
He said his boss can make it even more , but he's just saying as a safe zone about this.

For me, everything he said is 'Too Good Too Be True' and even though I still can't believe it,
I want to make sure by hearing from all of you on this claim.

Is that possible ?
And if that's possible, is there anyone or anyway that can prove this could be done by some kinds of evidence.

Cos this is my friend , I don't wanna hurt him in any way but
I want to prove his boss is hiding something from him or just simply lying.
Can anyone please help me about this?
Is that possible to make Making 15 to 20% profit every month by forex trading ?

What's the average profit of a professional trader can make every month ?

( one of my friends recommended me to come here and asked about it , I hope any of you can help me )

Murkinzzzzs

Member Since Nov 30, 2016  11 posts Elvijs (Murkinzzzzs) Mar 18 2018 at 06:00
of course can make. is he making? amm...ask for trading history! Verified account here or somewhere else.

TiffanyK

Member Since Feb 12, 2016  427 posts Tiffany (TiffanyK) Mar 22 2018 at 15:19
It looks possible if you are a professional trader with a very good and knowledgeable strategy. However your friend can highly speculate with this because a lot of people do it when they want to advertise 'trading' to others who are not trading. (in this case - you) Just be careful and be sure to check this profitable account before you start trading. Traders can easily be fooled. Good luck

Accept the loss as experience
togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4230 posts vontogr (togr) Mar 25 2018 at 05:12
ZenoTyrell posted:
Hi every one !

Frankly saying , I'm not a trader at all.
But one of my friend has been in this trading business for just around 6 months and
he's telling me that his boss is making 15 to 20% profit every month.

He's also asking me to invest in his team.
And he's also giving a guarantee not to lose any of my money and have a 15 to 20% profit or stable income.
He said his boss can make it even more , but he's just saying as a safe zone about this.

For me, everything he said is 'Too Good Too Be True' and even though I still can't believe it,
I want to make sure by hearing from all of you on this claim.

Is that possible ?
And if that's possible, is there anyone or anyway that can prove this could be done by some kinds of evidence.

Cos this is my friend , I don't wanna hurt him in any way but
I want to prove his boss is hiding something from him or just simply lying.
Can anyone please help me about this?
Is that possible to make Making 15 to 20% profit every month by forex trading ?

What's the average profit of a professional trader can make every month ?

( one of my friends recommended me to come here and asked about it , I hope any of you can help me )


What are the proofs?

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
hfannin

Member Since May 08, 2017  2 posts hfannin Mar 25 2018 at 05:31
It's quite possible. With a solid trading methodology, it isn't necessarily all that difficult to make 15-20% in a month. I've done that in a day many times, so I know it can certainly be done in a month.

ReddyFX

Member Since Feb 22, 2018  2 posts ReddyFX (ReddyFX) Mar 26 2018 at 05:56
IMO, 3% to 5% ROI every month is more reasonable than 15% a month. 15-20% is doable but will have to take more risk by increasing the trade size which is not advisable , no matter how good a strategy is.

Ask your friend to show 2 to 3 years of 15% per month profits, that will help you to decide whether to invest with him or not.

Stay humble & be patient. Don’t over trade.
togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4230 posts vontogr (togr) Mar 26 2018 at 07:56
hfannin posted:
It's quite possible. With a solid trading methodology, it isn't necessarily all that difficult to make 15-20% in a month. I've done that in a day many times, so I know it can certainly be done in a month.


Then show us such account here on MFB

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
Development101

Member Since Mar 13, 2018  10 posts Development101 Mar 28 2018 at 11:53
15-20% in a day sounds like you are using a lot of risk

BaldoN

Member Since Feb 12, 2016  522 posts Baldo (BaldoN) Mar 28 2018 at 13:30
Development101 posted:
15-20% in a day sounds like you are using a lot of risk


Not for the day, but for a month :)

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4230 posts vontogr (togr) Mar 28 2018 at 13:32
Development101 posted:
15-20% in a day sounds like you are using a lot of risk


15-20% a day
sounds like free car - nobody is getting that

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
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