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Offline ultracat

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #15 on: April 03, 2013, 10:04:48 PM »
Sorry, it's tradefxsignals.com

For myliveaccount.com, check the account history on MyFxBook.  He just made a 1000 deposit today so it's throwing off the stats.  It's not 124.84 profit / 2000 invested = 6.24% ROI.  His original investment was $700, all the gains were made on that $700 (so 124 / 700 = 17.7%) until the $1000 deposit made today.

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #16 on: April 03, 2013, 10:08:18 PM »
tradefxsignals.com is not prooved. They have only the performance on their site. I cannot trust them only because they are speaking very nice...  ;) my opinion is to stay away.

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #17 on: April 03, 2013, 10:12:38 PM »
Sorry, it's tradefxsignals.com

For myliveaccount.com, check the account history on MyFxBook.  He just made a 1000 deposit today so it's throwing off the stats.  It's not 124.84 profit / 2000 invested = 6.24% ROI.  His original investment was $700, all the gains were made on that $700 (so 124 / 700 = 17.7%) until the $1000 deposit made today.

Ah, you have right... Ok, I have to study them a little bit more

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #18 on: April 03, 2013, 10:14:28 PM »
Sorry, it's tradefxsignals.com

For myliveaccount.com, check the account history on MyFxBook.  He just made a 1000 deposit today so it's throwing off the stats.  It's not 124.84 profit / 2000 invested = 6.24% ROI.  His original investment was $700, all the gains were made on that $700 (so 124 / 700 = 17.7%) until the $1000 deposit made today.

but anyway 18/3=6% monthly. I find this also less... 6% per month with 12 DD....

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #19 on: April 03, 2013, 10:14:40 PM »
tradefxsignals.com is not prooved. They have only the performance on their site. I cannot trust them only because they are speaking very nice...  ;) my opinion is to stay away.

I agree from their website, they don't have verified stats.  But if you go to the forum for them here on DF you will see their subscribers are very happy.  So, in this case, I don't think they're lying, but you never know...

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #20 on: April 03, 2013, 10:16:27 PM »
tradefxsignals.com is not prooved. They have only the performance on their site. I cannot trust them only because they are speaking very nice...  ;) my opinion is to stay away.

I agree from their website, they don't have verified stats.  But if you go to the forum for them here on DF you will see their subscribers are very happy.  So, in this case, I don't think they're lying, but you never know...

 HAHA they are happy  :). Come on! they can manipulate it. We trust only verified stats !!!

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #21 on: April 03, 2013, 10:20:01 PM »
They why are you listening to me?  How do you know I don't work for all those companies? 

I think it means you need to do your own research!   :P

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #22 on: April 04, 2013, 06:33:37 AM »
If you are working for them, you cannot be neutral. And yes, I am sure, you are working for them...
for example:

What is the logical of "HI Flatour - Currently I'm interested in:" when you are working for them? That means, I cannot trust you too....

and, Why are you offended me?

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #23 on: April 04, 2013, 07:20:33 AM »
I usually don't post on other members' threads but in this case I can't help myself:-)

So firstly: my initial deposit on my FxPRIMUS master account was 300 USD, that's why my NETTO growth YTD in 2013 is 39.97%. You can easily check this on myfxbook history. http://www.myfxbook.com/members/fxtrading4living/fx-primus-live-account/457274

I was told by many people / potential customers to increase my master account to raise my credibility. So I did. I add 1700 USD deposits in last 2 weeks. Well, now I can see the side effect of this. People are totally misreading my results.

Secondly:
With all respect to all members and to you Mentosan, I have nothing common with Ultracat.

Btw. I recommend you to read my forum thread: http://www.donnaforex.com/forum/index.php?topic=9709.0. Maybe it will help you to find more valuable information.

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Re: Any serious signal provider?
« Reply #24 on: April 04, 2013, 09:41:12 AM »
Hello,
So far I didn't found any good signal provider. Serious and steady.
I am looking for 3-10% per month with 5-15% DD max.
Any DD over is not possible.
I am sure some traders can do that, I just want to copy them... I will be ok to pay for sure.

Any link or advice?

Thanks

Hello,

you can test for free for 1 week our signals: www.professional-forex-signal.com

With our Trade Copier, you can scale your profit:DD. Till now the profit:DD scale is 2:1 (30%:15%) but with our software you can have for example 15%:7.5% where 7.5% is the DD and the monthly profit 15%

 

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