I was over in Brett Dogs 2k t 100k journal chatting about taxes and how i save money by not paying any, just paying higher comission.... BUT AFTER 19MINUTES I WORKED OUT THAT IVE ACTUALLY GENERATED Â£18,650 PROFIT IN 4MONTHS, FROM A STARTING CAPITAL OF JUST Â£759!!! :eek: :eek: :eek: Here are the calculations: For the last few months i was trading slightly more at Â£1 tick, but i was having 2 - 3 trades all open at the same time. And back then i was doing 50 - 60trades per day though!! :eek: So if i was doing just 50 trades per day at Â£12 per trade, i have been paying Â£600 per day, each day for months and months now!! LOL 600x5= Â£3,000 per week paid in commission! So Â£3,000 x 4 (the number of months since i left college and made the change from partime trading- to-being able to stay home and spend all day each day fulltime trading for career), = ive already paid (technically earnt Â£12,000 extra!!) So if i add that Â£12,000 + Â£4,831 (1st 3months going from Â£759 to Â£5,590) + Â£1,819 (all made in 1week this month cos was getting furniture deliveries for 1st 2weeks, and 3rd traded 3days but broke even. And starting from under Â£2,400 capital again). = Ive already actually technically, morally, hypothetically and physically generated a profit of Â£18,650 in 4months!!!! (All from a starting account of just Â£759!!!) Im now really starting to get fuking angry and pissed off at someone, i just don't know who i can blame this one on and take it all out at!!! LOL Im trying to work out some way that i can legally prove aht that spread was too high for ''fair trading''! And so it must be voided, and so i either get a full refund of all the profit ive actually generated, or atleast get it reduced and backdated to a fairer level of spread size that other traders could be expected to trade with, and i atleast get a refund of the difference!! LOL As any trader working for any big firm would probably burst into tears if they turned up for work 1 morning and foundout they had to use a 12ticks spread!! lol So it must be unfair by trading standard to impose that on me.