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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    As for me so much so good is
    that I would rather visit any controlled brokers under FSA (UK), ASIC (AUS) or MAS (Singapore).

    So long as we have good trading discipline, trading egy and money management, the percent to win more than who ever our counterpart will probably be high.


  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    For people who do not know the truth, please see the article.

    A broker obtained you as his new client. You deposited like $250 (they let even very smaller accounts just to hook you). You hope you will be winning. All the broker needs is your money be in his pocket. I explain how he does so.
    By way of instance the broker is DD (Dealing Desk). The purpose is that 99 percent traders are losers.

    What DD broker does is he creates mini market from his clientele and his cash.
    When you buy, he sees another his client that sells. The deal is finished. Normally your ...
    There is in fact no conspiracy against the trader....change your broker if you're not pleased.

    Better still give the market a little bit of space to maneuver....if you have entered correctly allowed for some movement against you then you will have a profitable trade (as long as you come out if it's appropriate).

    The broker makes money whether you win or lose.

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