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Invest in Forex with Guaranteed returns!

Postby Mr_Heffalump » Fri Nov 18, 2011 9:29 pm

Hi guys,

you guys are reading this now cuz you are interested in earning some easy cash.
I am an avid poker player, and i play just for the sake of passing time. When i first started, i kept losing and losing, often spending about 1K a month on my poker hobby. Of course it started to suck and i wanted to stop playing there and then. However, i met this guy that gave me advice to trade on forex, and omg i was making around $300 a month, and i started with $50. from my original 50, i have about 2k now, of course around 1.5k went to poker. >_< i started to withdraw money from my forex account and deposit it on pokerstars, essentially allowing me to enjoy the thrills of cash game and tournament poker for free. Even though i lost, at least i dont really feel the pain anymore, since the money was from trading, and i longer need to dig into my salary to play poker. Feel free to pm me if you guys wanna know more on how it works! (:
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Re: Invest in Forex with Guaranteed returns!

Postby Darkmage12 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:15 pm

You still doing this?
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Re: Invest in Forex with Guaranteed returns!

Postby nubiepoker » Mon Dec 05, 2011 1:30 am

learn n keep practices in Forex..
Forex more on Technical analysis and Fundamental analysis..

some trader use manual trading and some use autopilot..
both can profit and can lose ur money. its depend how u manage it..
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Re: Invest in Forex with Guaranteed returns!

Postby ylared » Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:01 am

Well forex trading is pretty much like poker so I don't think there would be any problem with people who are in this hobby to try it out. But that does not mean that they go about the same principle but rather work with the same strategy to fuel you through.

You practically have to gauge whether you are going all in or when you are going out, which seems to be the hardest thing to do.
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