Sakura FX Trading has a own broker infrastructure but we not accept self traders, we are not aim to be a retail broker for self traders as there are already enough others and no use to set up a other and be 1 of a 1000.
We are money mangers who trade a manged account for there clients/investors and with the benefit have our own direct bridge to the liquidity providers so we not need to bring our clients to a other broker who will charge us and our clients/investors high spreads and commission what will have effect on us and our clients/investors results. With this construction our clients/investors not get offer any other products they not want, what other brokers will do when we bring our clients to any retail broker to get liquidity.
I don't understand what you mean that this is the holy grail for manual trading! If you mean for self traders then this is wrong as we not let anybody by us trade themselves manually.
We do the trades for all our clients/investors and we are not the whole grail as we are just like anybody else make losses as well only we take low risk, low leverage (max 1:5) and only 1 trade per day.
2. can you show us that our information what is show on myfxbook page and what our demo account holders in our member area see and also our live account holders see that this is different? also can you show us that our draw down is 20% and not 1.49% as show on myfxbook?
Because what you say in this point 2 is total incorrect form your side so we would like you to show us so we can show you that you see it wrong.
3. There is no conflict of interest as we not trade against our clients we also are not set up as retail broker for self traders we only have set up this construction to provide a direct bridge to the liquidity providers what save us and the clients/investors in the spreads and commission what normally would go to the broker and this will effect the results.
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