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James Harrison (bei MIA491 )

Gewinn : -51.04%
Drawdown 94.97%
Pips: 47857.0
Trades 348
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Typ: Real
Hebel: 1:100
Trading: Manuell

James Harrison Diskussion

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 24 2018 at 07:07
26 Posts
Hi Fxbreaker, thank you for sharing this important information. I have email ASIC and once I hear from them I will share it.

AxeTrader
Aug 24 2018 at 10:34
25 Posts
HarryT posted:
Hi Fxbreaker, thank you for sharing this important information. I have email ASIC and once I hear from them I will share it.

It is good to share the information from each others , bottom line we want to help as investor and trader as community..

Luis Alberto (chinchano_1984)
Aug 29 2018 at 06:39
61 Posts
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 29 2018 at 06:53
26 Posts
Hello,

Still waiting to hear from ASIC about Fintechfx legality in operating as Forex broker. In meanwhile, this is a good read regarding Fintechfx
https://www.getnews.info/692192/neo-super-mass-corp-extends-finance-services-into-forex.html

AxeTrader
Aug 29 2018 at 07:00
25 Posts
HarryT posted:
Hello,

Still waiting to hear from ASIC about Fintechfx legality in operating as Forex broker. In meanwhile, this is a good read regarding Fintechfx
https://www.getnews.info/692192/neo-super-mass-corp-extends-finance-services-into-forex.html


this is good info... 😄 thanks Harry.

AxeTrader
Aug 29 2018 at 07:01
25 Posts
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?
so sure the actual reason.. what i heard is MIA is working with Odin before FIntech offer them and sign off a biz agreement as biz partnership..

fxbreaker
Aug 29 2018 at 07:03
26 Posts
HarryT posted:
Hello,

Still waiting to hear from ASIC about Fintechfx legality in operating as Forex broker. In meanwhile, this is a good read regarding Fintechfx
https://www.getnews.info/692192/neo-super-mass-corp-extends-finance-services-into-forex.html


it is just another 'self published news' a.k.a advertisement ... another example :

https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3766154

so the content is not 'neutral'

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 29 2018 at 07:03
26 Posts
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?


I cannot answer this for sure but if I have to make a wild guess then I think James harrison used to work for Neo Super Mass company. If you read the news link above then it says in there Neo Super Mass is extending its service into Forex world. I think what happened is this: Neo is planning to branch into Forex world so they will need a broker, instead of using existing broker they open up a new broker in this case they invited My group fintech to open a Forex broker service under their subsidiary. Once it is established MIA491 if founded and the MAM service is rolled out. That is my guess.

LongVision
Aug 29 2018 at 10:28
254 Posts
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

This only create doubt about this trading system why he is only using shady and offshore brokers which has no safety of fund and questionable execution quality. Why can't he just open MAM account with regulated and known broker?

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
AxeTrader
Aug 29 2018 at 10:37
25 Posts
check the NEO SUPER MASS official website -- https://massfinancial.com/ , it stated that

OUR SUBSIDIARY:
My Group Fintech Co Pty Ltd.
Currency and Commodities Broker
-ASIC, NFA, Saint Vincent and
Grenadines Regulated

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 29 2018 at 10:37
26 Posts
fxbreaker posted:
HarryT posted:
Hello,

Still waiting to hear from ASIC about Fintechfx legality in operating as Forex broker. In meanwhile, this is a good read regarding Fintechfx
https://www.getnews.info/692192/neo-super-mass-corp-extends-finance-services-into-forex.html


it is just another 'self published news' a.k.a advertisement ... another example :

https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3766154

so the content is not 'neutral'


Can you please share the link again? for whatever reason I cannot open it in any of my devices

Harry T (HarryT)
Aug 29 2018 at 10:39
26 Posts
HarryT posted:
Hi Fxbreaker, thank you for sharing this important information. I have email ASIC and once I hear from them I will share it.


Here is the responds from ASIC, to me is it less than satisfactory. Please ask ASIC directly for any other concern regarding Fintechfx.

Dear Sir/Madam

Thank you for your enquiry

Information about people and organisations that ASIC register and licence can be found by completing a search through the Professional Registers on our website at:
www.asic.gov.au//professional-registers

From the ASIC Connect search website, please ensure that the 'Search Company and other registers' option is selected and then select the 'Professional Registers' tab below.

From here you can search by 'Family or Organisation name' or 'Licence or Registration number' and then select the required register.
 
You can access the ASIC Connect website from the following link: https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/

Please see our user guides for step-by-step instructions on how to conduct the search on our website at: https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/OPH/HelpLandingPages/TH_References/SCH_TH_USERGUIDES



LongVision
Aug 29 2018 at 10:45
254 Posts
HarryT posted:
HarryT posted:
Hi Fxbreaker, thank you for sharing this important information. I have email ASIC and once I hear from them I will share it.


Here is the responds from ASIC, to me is it less than satisfactory. Please ask ASIC directly for any other concern regarding Fintechfx.

Dear Sir/Madam

Thank you for your enquiry

Information about people and organisations that ASIC register and licence can be found by completing a search through the Professional Registers on our website at:
www.asic.gov.au//professional-registers

From the ASIC Connect search website, please ensure that the 'Search Company and other registers' option is selected and then select the 'Professional Registers' tab below.

From here you can search by 'Family or Organisation name' or 'Licence or Registration number' and then select the required register.
 
You can access the ASIC Connect website from the following link: https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/

Please see our user guides for step-by-step instructions on how to conduct the search on our website at: https://connectonline.asic.gov.au/OPH/HelpLandingPages/TH_References/SCH_TH_USERGUIDES



I send mail to Fintechfx ask simple question about one week ago. Are you ASIC regulated broker but till date there is no response from them.

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
fxbreaker
Aug 30 2018 at 08:16
26 Posts
LongVision posted:
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

This only create doubt about this trading system why he is only using shady and offshore brokers which has no safety of fund and questionable execution quality. Why can't he just open MAM account with regulated and known broker?


Because odin and fintechfx are their (MIA/James Harisson) own broker, they are all in one group.
with you have access to MT4 Server, you can create trade like that (80% win),
and even myfxbook will flag the trading as verified, because myfxbook really connect to their real MT4 server.

They will not dare to use real strict regulated broker

AxeTrader
Aug 30 2018 at 11:39
25 Posts
fxbreaker posted:
LongVision posted:
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

This only create doubt about this trading system why he is only using shady and offshore brokers which has no safety of fund and questionable execution quality. Why can't he just open MAM account with regulated and known broker?


Because odin and fintechfx are their (MIA/James Harisson) own broker, they are all in one group.
with you have access to MT4 Server, you can create trade like that (80% win),
and even myfxbook will flag the trading as verified, because myfxbook really connect to their real MT4 server.

They will not dare to use real strict regulated broker

this is interesting something new now.. you qoute that odin and fintech is one group ? and the user able to access to server ? can we prove that ? im one of the users from fintech that copy the trade from James, as far as im concern is the profit and consistency.. i have randomly counter check the trade in fintech vs other broker like IC market do not found the issue.. to be fair to every one.. please do not accuse any party if do not have any prove ...

LongVision
Aug 31 2018 at 03:44
254 Posts
AxeTrader posted:
fxbreaker posted:
LongVision posted:
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

This only create doubt about this trading system why he is only using shady and offshore brokers which has no safety of fund and questionable execution quality. Why can't he just open MAM account with regulated and known broker?


Because odin and fintechfx are their (MIA/James Harisson) own broker, they are all in one group.
with you have access to MT4 Server, you can create trade like that (80% win),
and even myfxbook will flag the trading as verified, because myfxbook really connect to their real MT4 server.

They will not dare to use real strict regulated broker

this is interesting something new now.. you qoute that odin and fintech is one group ? and the user able to access to server ? can we prove that ? im one of the users from fintech that copy the trade from James, as far as im concern is the profit and consistency.. i have randomly counter check the trade in fintech vs other broker like IC market do not found the issue.. to be fair to every one.. please do not accuse any party if do not have any prove ...

Just share your trading results in myfxbook in place of defending this trading system that will be more credible than your comment.

The market will trade through it’s path of least resistance .
fxbreaker
Aug 31 2018 at 07:42
26 Posts
AxeTrader posted:
fxbreaker posted:
LongVision posted:
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

This only create doubt about this trading system why he is only using shady and offshore brokers which has no safety of fund and questionable execution quality. Why can't he just open MAM account with regulated and known broker?


Because odin and fintechfx are their (MIA/James Harisson) own broker, they are all in one group.
with you have access to MT4 Server, you can create trade like that (80% win),
and even myfxbook will flag the trading as verified, because myfxbook really connect to their real MT4 server.

They will not dare to use real strict regulated broker

this is interesting something new now.. you qoute that odin and fintech is one group ? and the user able to access to server ? can we prove that ? im one of the users from fintech that copy the trade from James, as far as im concern is the profit and consistency.. i have randomly counter check the trade in fintech vs other broker like IC market do not found the issue.. to be fair to every one.. please do not accuse any party if do not have any prove ...


You can try open your MT4 trader, you should find many of “SELL” point are out of chart / candle (for buy op -> see the end of trade/sell, for sell op -> see the start of trade), sell point SHOULD NOT BE OUT OF CHART/CANDLE, buy point can be out of chart / candle because of spread.
Example :
2018.08.16 10:45:18 SELL XAU/USD at [b]1177.58[/b]
But the candle in M1 is : Open: 1177.39 High: 1177.50 Low: 1177.26 Close: 1177.26
Another example:
2018.08.03 12:17:33 BUY XAU/USD at 1207.94 sell at [b]1209.91 (2018.08.03 14:11:48)[/b]
M1 (2018.08.03 14:11) is : Open: 1209.23 High: 1209.89 Low: 1209.09 Close: 1209.87
You can try find many other impossible trade price, just check yourself.

Btw I was also member of MIA, I joined MIA because of
1. James Harrison trading performance
2. Fund security on FintechFx
And for fund security my sponsor present about NFA license, that FintechFx should put $20 milion guarantee money on NFA, and in addition FintechFx also hold ASIC License.

Even at grand opening of MIA Hong Kong office, they emphasize about this fund security, that customer should not worry because FintechFX has NFA and ASIC Licenses.

But after I know that FintechFx license are FAKE (NFA) / FALSE CLAIM (ASIC – Not Forex Broker), I withdraw all my fund from MIA-FintechFx, because I don’t trust the one that already LIED even in the beginning.

So, based how MIA choose FintechFX as their broker, there are two possibilities:
1. MIA / James Harrison choose unknown new broker and DIDN’T CHECK the validity of FintechFX licenses. How can MIA could trust their HUGE fund to unlicensed and unregulated broker. They should aware if the broker is unregulated then the fund is not SAFE

With James Harrison trading performance, it’s easy for MIA to choose a well known REAL regulated and licensed Forex Broker.
And with James Harrison trading performance there will be no problem ANY real broker they choose, MIA+JH will still get the profit. They even have big bargaining power to broker because MIA will gather a lot of new customer to that broker. So as IB (Introduce Broker) MIA also can get commission fee and other rewards.

2. MIA / James Harrison + FintechFX are one group, so MIA will try hard to hide the fact that FintechFX licenses is not valid, even continue to promote about NFA + ASIC as guarantee of fund safety. And when the day they reveal their true face, MIA will wash their hand and will just throw all the fault to FintechFx.

If this is the case then fake trading performance is possible,

Even ASIC will not guarantee your money

Can we recover your money?


We often receive complaints from consumers who want help getting their money back. Even if we believe a company or person has breached a law that we administer, we generally will not be able to recover money for you. Often you will need to get your own professional advice in this regard.

https://asic.gov.au/about-asic/contact-us/how-to-complain/how-asic-deals-with-reports-of-misconduct/

Of course it's best if number 1 is the fact, so before FintechFx go away with the money, MIA should change their broker to real regulated and well known forex broker. I will consider to re-invest if number 1 is the fact.



fxbreaker
Aug 31 2018 at 07:42
26 Posts
HarryT posted:
fxbreaker posted:
HarryT posted:
Hello,

Still waiting to hear from ASIC about Fintechfx legality in operating as Forex broker. In meanwhile, this is a good read regarding Fintechfx
https://www.getnews.info/692192/neo-super-mass-corp-extends-finance-services-into-forex.html


it is just another 'self published news' a.k.a advertisement ... another example :

https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3766154

so the content is not 'neutral'


Can you please share the link again? for whatever reason I cannot open it in any of my devices


Yeah it's weird ... digitaljournal web is down ... it is coincidence ? :D

fxbreaker
Aug 31 2018 at 07:42
26 Posts
LongVision posted:
AxeTrader posted:
fxbreaker posted:
LongVision posted:
chinchano_1984 posted:
why fintech? i check your system your another system 'James Harrison' and appear the broker 'Odin Capital', why?

This only create doubt about this trading system why he is only using shady and offshore brokers which has no safety of fund and questionable execution quality. Why can't he just open MAM account with regulated and known broker?


Because odin and fintechfx are their (MIA/James Harisson) own broker, they are all in one group.
with you have access to MT4 Server, you can create trade like that (80% win),
and even myfxbook will flag the trading as verified, because myfxbook really connect to their real MT4 server.

They will not dare to use real strict regulated broker

this is interesting something new now.. you qoute that odin and fintech is one group ? and the user able to access to server ? can we prove that ? im one of the users from fintech that copy the trade from James, as far as im concern is the profit and consistency.. i have randomly counter check the trade in fintech vs other broker like IC market do not found the issue.. to be fair to every one.. please do not accuse any party if do not have any prove ...

Just share your trading results in myfxbook in place of defending this trading system that will be more credible than your comment.


Just trading result is quite difficult to find the fake trading, because each broker maybe have slight difference in price / candle

btw this is sample of fake trading in FintechFX:



When sell price (bid) is out of range the candle 😀

I'm sure after this the boss in Mia-fintech will smack the head of 'James Harrison' create this trade ... maybe after this they will try to alter all abnormal trade, either change the open-close price, or even change the candle range.


Anhänge:


fxbreaker
Aug 31 2018 at 07:42
26 Posts
HarryT posted:
fxbreaker posted:
HarryT posted:
Hello,

Still waiting to hear from ASIC about Fintechfx legality in operating as Forex broker. In meanwhile, this is a good read regarding Fintechfx
https://www.getnews.info/692192/neo-super-mass-corp-extends-finance-services-into-forex.html


it is just another 'self published news' a.k.a advertisement ... another example :

https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3766154

so the content is not 'neutral'


Can you please share the link again? for whatever reason I cannot open it in any of my devices


Ok, I know the problem ... it should be http not https, but when posted in this forum it automatically changed to https, so you just manualy copy the text 'https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3766154' (when I type this its http not https) and if it shown as https, just remove the 's' or you can see original text by 'quote' the post.

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