The investors is being kept confidential, for privacy. If you want to invest in the system, then you will be able to read much more about the system at www.channel-trading.org We are a very open community so feel free to ask any questions on the forum in there :-)
It is obviously that you haven't even managed to do any kind of investigation about the system that we are trading, before making your statement. But we are kind of use to that kind of critics. That is also why I have no intention of trying to explain for you how the system work.
But if you have done your homework, then you would also know that we are not scammers. But we are definitely different from the 95% day traders that keeps loosing their money on gambling.
This is an investment. NOT daytrading or a casino..
every thing is going as planned. we reinvest profit to make profit. the draw down is a part of the system, and that is also why the greenzone is only for long term investment because you can't withdraw whenever you want, due to the ongoing draw down. only when we make withdrawal zones when the market allows to do so.
Wow!!! I have never seen such a huge drawdown on a million dollar real account. From $3.7 Million down to $0.27 Million. I wonder how many real accounts can go through such DD and live to tell another tale.
Webzone posted: We are just following the market. We will be alive when most of you are long gone. We have been here before and we will be here again. but when market plays its games, it is sometime a waiting game 😉
Well if you were following the market your equity will be 100+ percent not 7%
I am smart;) I found how the account survived so long as it has equity drop for years. 1. It is Ponzi scheme, so in order to prevent margin call they pump new money in it all the time. 2. There is not stop loss or other equity protection so at the moment the money flow is dry the account is dead.
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