Another live account is back. There was a live account that went bust last month and removed. Now that this current account is doing well, it is shown. Let's hope it keeps up good results; otherwise, it too will be removed. I wish Myfxbook also had a 'cemetery section' to keep track of all accounts that went bust and removed from public view.
1) Stat page of IrisFx_v2[R] was page of Version2 running in test mode. 2) Account where Version2 ran wasn't bust, +44% closed profit on 15th of March: https://fx-emit.com/IRv2_testrun.htm 3) IrisFxV2 never has been on sale yet, it's still not finished (requires further optimization).
Sorry, but... what's the point to announce fake facts?... you have some grudge against EMI Team?...
'Fact is, 99.9999999999999 % of accounts are deleted after being blown big time' Wow... and who has provided you with such accurate statistic figure? Jesus Christ? Keep your nonsense thoughts to yourself. Oh and yeah, don't be so sensitive 😁
I have no personal grudges toward EMIT. None whatsoever. But it is a fact that several weeks ago there was a live account (Alpari-RU) running here side by side with the current Alpari-UK demo, and that account disappeared about one month ago after it had bad losses. After that failure, EMIT started running two demos. Now it's back to one demo and one live. Please don't take it personally -- it's a common fact around here to delete blown accounts and later come back with another winner (at least for a while). I want upi to succeed. I just made a general comment and picked your example. Since this is a public forum, I mean to treat everybody the same. That is, there blown accounts also by Primeval, Veon, etc., etc.
jsantos3 posted: it's a common fact around here to delete blown accounts and later come back with another winner (at least for a while).
Well said. How many times have we seen, 100 % profits every month then updating stops, and finally the account disappears. I think we could have an 'Account blower toplist'. I'm wondering how many margin calls would one need to make it to the top 3. Five? Ten? Even more?
Surround yourself with people whose eyes light up when they see you and who have no agenda for your reform.
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