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Flash (by Flash_Trader)

Gain: +551.63%
Drawdown: 39.41%
Pips: 997.2
Trades: 156
Won:
Lost:
Type: Real
Leverage: 1:300
Trading: Manual
Kevin Murdok (Flash_Trader)
Apr 19 2018 at 10:55
26 posts
True. It's not my small withdrawals. It can be followers' withdrawals or IB (partners') commissions.

Kevin Murdok (Flash_Trader)
Apr 19 2018 at 10:56
26 posts
Perhaps the USD will have enough strength this week to push the EUR / USD to 1.2336 or 1.2240. Resistance 1.2398 will prevent the price from returning to an uptrend. I expect positive news from the US labor market today, as well as the performances of FOMC Members. The news background may be dense today.

sjkhaushu
Apr 19 2018 at 13:55
143 posts
ovisun posted:
Most probably this is a pamm account and those small withdrawals are done by followers, not by Kevin Murdoch.



Most probably results are manipulated. Look at the broker, absolutely no regulation. Isnt it strange that every time an account looks great, it deals with an unregulated broker? Always the same story.

I suggest the manager goes to FCA or ASIC regulated broker and duplicates the results. Then they will have legitimacy, this could very well be just another scam like SakuraFx for example...

Ronnie Best (TraderRon)
Apr 20 2018 at 12:15
14 posts
I'm watching several accounts on myfxbook and Flash system including. I frequently watch his trades in real time, thus I think that his results are not manipulated.

Kel Freeman (TaloR_11)
Apr 20 2018 at 17:23
22 posts
sjkhaushu posted:
ovisun posted:
Most probably this is a pamm account and those small withdrawals are done by followers, not by Kevin Murdoch.



Most probably results are manipulated. Look at the broker, absolutely no regulation. Isnt it strange that every time an account looks great, it deals with an unregulated broker? Always the same story.

I suggest the manager goes to FCA or ASIC regulated broker and duplicates the results. Then they will have legitimacy, this could very well be just another scam like SakuraFx for example...

I visited the broker's website, saw the pamm accounts. I can not say that everyone is absolutely profitable. There are different statistics.
As for me, I do not see the point of showing an account if it is not profitable

sjkhaushu
Apr 20 2018 at 17:31
143 posts
I am not saying they are manipulated, I am just saying that with brokers like his, the results could easily be manipulated so I do not trust them. If anyone wants to invest, ask the trader to open an account at an FCA regulated broker and replicate the trading. It will take a week max to make sure the trading is real. If this trader is looking for investors, this wouldnt be too hard to do and would only help him get more clients.

I have seen these kinds of accounts many times and the funny thing is they are always at some no name brokers and after a while, they just dissappear. I can name you at least 5 accounts that were doing great for a while, even a few years but in the end they were gone over night. Either the broker just dissappeared or they show a blown account that happened over night.

Either way you can never be sure if its real or not when trader is dealing with a broker in Virgin Islands, Vanuatu or any other place like that. They can be gone with your money tomorrow and you will be left with your d*** in your hand. If anyone wants to take a risk thats fine, but they can only blame themselves if they loose their money.

Kevin Murdok (Flash_Trader)
May 02 2018 at 09:57
26 posts
The account I downloaded is not my single account. I traded with other brokers as well. Not all my strategies and developments give such a good profit. I don't want to show my developments, because it is not disclosed. A new account opening isn't expedient for me. I have a long time history and I need the same conditions to repeat the result. I don't share the opinion of the FCA and the incompetence of other regulations. My colleagues suffered losses on the FCA broker as well. The market is one for all and the essence is not in regulation, but in the skill of the trader.

Kevin Murdok (Flash_Trader)
May 02 2018 at 09:57
26 posts
EurUsd RSI showed oversold, but the price crossed moving (48) (D1). I see the possibility of a decline to 1.1917. Even if the price is repelled by support of 1.2000, I think that the market will still reach the level of 1.1917 and 1.1750 below.

I'm going to sell EUR USD

MamPower (scambuster)
May 03 2018 at 06:38
78 posts
Good call

Be calm in every situation
Kevin Murdok (Flash_Trader)
May 03 2018 at 11:15
26 posts
EUR USD sell closed (from 1.20154 to 1.19612)




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