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ESMA and its implication
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emotionaltrader

Członek od Jul 23, 2018  64 postów emotionaltrader Aug 07 at 06:52
I'm being forced into taking losses which was something I never used to have to do. I could go 30/50 trades without taking a loss and now I'm being forced into taking losses. Only ones benefitting from the ESMA rulings are the brokers etc!!!

emotionaltrader

Członek od Jul 23, 2018  64 postów emotionaltrader Aug 07 at 06:53
ESMA - One Rule for the Rich Few and another Rule for everybody else!!! In a market everybody is treated the same, basically this is a market for the privileged few - pre Big Bang & Maggie Thatcher days. Just different!!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Bang_(financial_markets)

togr

Członek od Feb 22, 2011  3959 postów vontogr (togr) Aug 07 at 08:56
emotionaltrader posted:
I'm being forced into taking losses which was something I never used to have to do. I could go 30/50 trades without taking a loss and now I'm being forced into taking losses. Only ones benefitting from the ESMA rulings are the brokers etc!!!


 Even brokers in Europe are losing clients

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
Cappucinotrader

Członek od Jul 24, 2018  7 postów Cappucinotrader Aug 07 at 10:02
I am worried this is the end of retail Forex in Europe. I have a small account and I just can't see how I can make any meaningful money now with these stupid restrictions. What is the point trading 0.01 Lot

Kiara

Członek od May 15, 2018  5 postów Kiara (Kiara) Aug 07 at 10:17
You can still change to an ASIC regulated broker. The one I am using accepts Europeans, USGFX.

NotyaBusiness

Członek od Aug 06, 2018  19 postów NotyaBusiness Aug 07 at 12:54
I don't mind the ESMA ruling. Yes it will require more funds to trade with to actually make money but knowing the fact that nearly 80% of Forex traders lose money - while brokers do make profit - ESMA did a favour for small time players. Big time players can still go with large risks but people with smaller accounts will not lose much with mistakes now. And mistakes are more frequent than getting things right.

The man who wants nothing is invincible.
togr

Członek od Feb 22, 2011  3959 postów vontogr (togr) Aug 07 at 14:02
NotyaBusiness posted:
I don't mind the ESMA ruling. Yes it will require more funds to trade with to actually make money but knowing the fact that nearly 80% of Forex traders lose money - while brokers do make profit - ESMA did a favour for small time players. Big time players can still go with large risks but people with smaller accounts will not lose much with mistakes now. And mistakes are more frequent than getting things right.


People with small amount will suffer a they will have to move offshore to be able to trade.

I like what I trade, I trade what I like
NotyaBusiness

Członek od Aug 06, 2018  19 postów NotyaBusiness Aug 07 at 14:18
togr posted:
NotyaBusiness posted:
I don't mind the ESMA ruling. Yes it will require more funds to trade with to actually make money but knowing the fact that nearly 80% of Forex traders lose money - while brokers do make profit - ESMA did a favour for small time players. Big time players can still go with large risks but people with smaller accounts will not lose much with mistakes now. And mistakes are more frequent than getting things right.


People with small amount will suffer a they will have to move offshore to be able to trade.


Not necessarily. It depends what they are looking for. High risk/high return or low risk/low return? ESMA ruling is not taking away the opportunity to beat any banks' or ISA's saving offers, but it makes it safer. 80% of traders lose money. ESMA helps those people to lose less money.

The man who wants nothing is invincible.
ovisun

Członek od Jan 27, 2013  313 postów ovisun Aug 07 at 14:41 (zmieniany Aug 07 at 14:52 )
NotyaBusiness posted:
togr posted:
NotyaBusiness posted:
I don't mind the ESMA ruling. Yes it will require more funds to trade with to actually make money but knowing the fact that nearly 80% of Forex traders lose money - while brokers do make profit - ESMA did a favour for small time players. Big time players can still go with large risks but people with smaller accounts will not lose much with mistakes now. And mistakes are more frequent than getting things right.


People with small amount will suffer a they will have to move offshore to be able to trade.


Not necessarily. It depends what they are looking for. High risk/high return or low risk/low return? ESMA ruling is not taking away the opportunity to beat any banks' or ISA's saving offers, but it makes it safer. 80% of traders lose money. ESMA helps those people to lose less money.


Are you employed by ESMA to promote their policy? You registered here on myfxbook only 16 hours ago !!!

ovisun

Członek od Jan 27, 2013  313 postów ovisun Aug 07 at 14:44
With me ESMA achieved excellent results, I closed all my accounts with European brokers !!!

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