Let's talk about "Real Forex Trades" Here

Discussion in 'Forex' started by OddTrader, Mar 22, 2006.

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  1. Real Forex Trades


    I think it would be fair to let a Journal thread having more posts for journal contents.
  2. pbw


  3. If you read that thread in its entirety you will see that his attitude didn't go over very well last time he was on ET either:
  4. Thanks for the link. So he is a long time vendor, isn't he?

    When he was asked by me for whether he has a chart of equity curve covering this year's performance as he claimed, He couldn't even answer simply yes or no.

    I didn't know he'd got some other threads ot ET and T2W until you posted the above one. However, his current thread seems a very interesting one to many of us. Generating a lot of Funs!
  5. doh!!!

    :p :D
  6. Chood


    Trading signals are very easily scammable. You need only multiple audiences, different aliases, and different (usually contrasting) signals for each audience. Donely properly, you always can end up with one audience convinced of your product. Chatrooms, emails, etc., are simply useful tools of the scam.

    The scam has been around forever, long before the internet, of course. In the past, it was commonly used in connection with precious metals.
  7. How could you possibly find the above post dated 06-23-04 10:57 PM? I'm very curious!

  8. http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&postid=1015235#post1015235

    In the other thread, roberk (Moderator) pointed out that scoresomepips was the same person as Tradevector which Real Forex Trades then admitted was one of his (many?) aliases. So following that lead I simply did a search on all of scoresomepips's past posts.

    It also lead me to his first thread which was Magna closed because ET doesn't allow "free promotion nor free advertising": http://www.elitetrader.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&postid=525939#post525939
  9. OK, he's got too many different aliases, so I'd better give up now.
    Thanks again.
    #10     Mar 22, 2006
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