The problem is you are showing massive gains on an account which appears to be a live account, but you are unable and/or unwilling to fully validate the account to prove it is a real account.
Also the trading history is hidden, which is concerning for obvious reasons.
Please fully validate the account. There is no legitimate reason as to why someone would refuse to fully validate their account. Unless of course the account isn't actually a live account, or perhaps the account might not actually belong to you.
Professional4X posted: The problem is you are showing massive gains on an account which appears to be a live account, but you are unable and/or unwilling to fully validate the account to prove it is a real account.
1. Account and so real 3. Open yourself at least a demo account, we will discuss your trade, 'professional' 😂
1) Prove it's a real account, fully validate it and allow people to review the trading history. You say it's real, fine, validate the account.
2) Why do you feel the need to use multiple new accounts to defend a statistics page that isn't even registered to you? The trading account belongs to PT1319, and yet you are using 'sanypresly' and other accounts to post messages defending it and such. Using multiple accounts to discuss an the trading and such on this account, which may not even belong to you is extremely questionable at best.
3) This isn't about my trading accounts, this is about THIS specific account which has an unrealistic profit level and you are unable to fully validate it.
Prove this is a legitimate live account. Please fully validate the account and open the trading history for review.
I have over 30+ years Quant + Tech experience in the industry and we see scams on a daily basis where people have been ripped off by their brokerage and investment managers who are incapable of being honest with their clients.
There are NUMEROUS complaints and reports which have been filed against the brokerage associated with this trading account.
The brokerage has been proven to act in a fraudulent manner whereby they have scammed numerous people out of their investments.
This is why it is important to always have a highly regulated brokerage that has a guarantee of asset protections and absolute transparency for client funds and historical trading associated with said accounts and funds.
There is no legitimate reason as to why an investment manager cannot fully validate their trading account and/or provide the read only investor account information for said accounts, unless of course the trading account isn't really theirs, or it isn't a real 'Live' account but rather a demo account which has been used to try and make it appear as though it is a live account.
Simply look at the facts.
Highly questionable brokerage + 'Live' investment accounts which cannot be validated properly + a hidden trading history?
It's an extremely concerning situation.
A situation which can be easily resolved by providing the complete viewable trading history for the account and fully validating it.
The trader presented them as being from the account with 98% profits. I present only the facts. The report is simply not from the same account. This account on this stats page does not have 98% profits. That is all. Nothing more.
High risk little to no money management, hidden history and users that present the account as being something it is not.
This entire issue could be easily resolve by providing the read only investor account information so we can publicly verify the trading results. There is nothing to fear from providing this information, and it would only serve to benefit the investor because it would prove what they are doing is realistic. Otherwise, it's subject to extreme scrutiny and without proof of being what they say it is, one can only consider the account to be unrealistic, and considering the facts being presented clearly show the account as being extremely questionable at best.
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