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14 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

no worries, thanks for reminding me of the site, must look through and see who's new, not looked for a few years.

ps; Tom Dante is number 039.

 

I'm sure they would love to sit around in a circle with you and **** off to tales of evil globalists, Tom.  :)

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On 17/10/2020 at 21:34, Caseynotes said:


And poor ol' dmedin, been losing a grand a month for the last 15 months, not long to go now. But you will notice even after all that he's still not one for listening, he has a filter that just labels everything he doesn't like the sound of as just **** to be ignored. You'll also notice he's never short on giving others advice on trading, seriously.


 

 I have seen it a hundred times, but it still surprises me.

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4 minutes ago, AndrewS said:

 I have seen it a hundred times, but it still surprises me.

 

Oh, so you haven't been consistently profitable over a period of five years.

Never mind then.  You're just another BSer.  I've seen hundreds of 'wise traders' who aren't actually making any money.

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On 17/10/2020 at 21:34, Caseynotes said:


Still not working. Make fake claims with no intention of providing any evidence but instead demand others provide evidence the claims are not true, also demand others provide evidence for claims they never made in the first place. Who can forget good ol' Oilfxpro who ended up demanding everyone produce a broker statement signed by an attorney.

 

It is interesting that the OP describes a playbook that is unfolding in this thread.

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2 minutes ago, AndrewS said:

It is interesting that the OP describes a playbook that is unfolding in this thread.

 

What returns have you had from 5+ years trading?  Have you outperformed the S&P 500 index?  My 'claims' aren't fake, take a look here:

https://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/etf/snapshot/snapshot.aspx?id=0P0000WA5P

5 Years Annualised

17.1

 

 

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5 minutes ago, dmedin said:

I think Andrew is in denial, and can't answer the question because he feels it would negatively impact his manhood and credibility.  Poor Andrew.  😢 

Well I started off with the Boo Hoo and now I am laughing. So thank you.

 

 

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21 minutes ago, AndrewS said:

Well I started off with the Boo Hoo and now I am laughing. So thank you.

 

 

 

 

you're welcome Andrew.

I do hope you make >17.1% a year over 5 - 10 years BTW.  I just know that nobody reading this will be able to do it by trading.  ;) 

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28 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

correct, seen it playout dozens of times but not long to go now.

 

not long now, that's how it always plays out.

the constant goading and insults just aren't working 😠, no one is buckling and revealing their 'secret sauce', need to step it up just one more gear, ...  then suddenly the wheels come off.

either a mental breakdown or a financial blowup or just steps across the moderators line.

seeing as the moderators don't really bother with the forum my money is on a financial blow up (one revenge trade too many) though a mental breakdown is obviously very close too 🤔

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On 17/10/2020 at 11:34, Caseynotes said:

The Story of the Trolls.


I joined this forum early 2016 and have contributed throughout the working day everyday whilst trading and was trading contentiously for years before that so I've seen a lot of trolls go through on this and other forums and I've noticed they all follow a similar pathway.


It all starts with a cry for help, they're losing and can't turn it around. People try to help and show them that learning to trade is a process, both their development as a trader and the development of a successful trading plan.


But that's no good, that means work and takes time, they didn't start gambling to do work, there must be an off/on switch somewhere, why won't anyone tell them where it is, why is everyone holding out on them, it's so unfair.


So they spend some time pretending to work but make a game of it, just playing around really waiting for someone to take pity and tell where the switch is.


No ones biting, getting angry now, new approach, start goading and insulting, force people to defend themselves and reveal where the switch is.


Still not working. Make fake claims with no intention of providing any evidence but instead demand others provide evidence the claims are not true, also demand others provide evidence for claims they never made in the first place. Who can forget good ol' Oilfxpro who ended up demanding everyone produce a broker statement signed by an attorney.


And poor ol' dmedin, been losing a grand a month for the last 15 months, not long to go now. But you will notice even after all that he's still not one for listening, he has a filter that just labels everything he doesn't like the sound of as just **** to be ignored. You'll also notice he's never short on giving others advice on trading, seriously.


Gamblers don't survive gambling or trading, their only hope is to learn to discern the difference between the two.
 

Excellent mate that made me smile. State the obvious much lol I just use investing. Com and trading strategy guides website I paid for the forex indicator and try and back it up using RSI along with bill Williams fractals it's a shame they don't have that indicator on ig's site. Trading strategy guides. Com. But we know its still not fool proof as even I've used the indicators and one would back the movement the right way but as soon as I select trade it goes the other way lol. Intelligence and understanding is key trading I have neither lol. I'm trying to claw back £63,000 I lost on oil on etoro as they close your trade at 50% loss where if I had used my ig account I would have been okay eventually. Thems the breaks you got to know when to hold them and know when to fold them. Near impossible but that's life bud

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38 minutes ago, Chazza69 said:

Excellent mate that made me smile. State the obvious much lol I just use investing. Com and trading strategy guides website I paid for the forex indicator and try and back it up using RSI along with bill Williams fractals it's a shame they don't have that indicator on ig's site. Trading strategy guides. Com. But we know its still not fool proof as even I've used the indicators and one would back the movement the right way but as soon as I select trade it goes the other way lol. Intelligence and understanding is key trading I have neither lol. I'm trying to claw back £63,000 I lost on oil on etoro as they close your trade at 50% loss where if I had used my ig account I would have been okay eventually. Thems the breaks you got to know when to hold them and know when to fold them. Near impossible but that's life bud

thanks for the background info, interesting stuff, not used etoro myself. 

What was the paid for indicator? may be based on a mt4 indy. Bill Williams fractals are interesting but they are back painted 2 or 3 bars, so accurate but printed after the event as conformation, fine so long as you know. I think a request to add them has already been made to IG tech.

The basic trading formula is to look to trade off obvious levels and that should make the stop loss position clear if you are wrong, to hang on and hope makes it all a coin toss, while the target is the next obvious level.

Good luck.

 

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