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#1 March 30, 2008 15:54:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

You can make your point clearer. Please go straigth to the point. It will save our time.

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#2 March 30, 2008 19:36:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

quote:
Originally posted by BeFocus:
You can make your point clearer. Please go straigth to the point. It will save our time.

Regards

In trading everything is simple (buy and sell higher or sell and buy back lower), but nothing is 'straight to the point' nor clear.

You need TIME and PATIENCE to become ready. You can't jump in like a fool and grab the first prize.

Maybe what you really need is a 'good' FXManager. I wish you luck, but I can't help you on "how to pick a good FX Manager"

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#3 March 30, 2008 19:40:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

It's OK if we are on different road.

Wish you luck too.

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#4 March 31, 2008 04:31:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

There is a page from Micah who tracks some FXManagers: http://www.geocities.com/micah1j/

Regards - Xaron

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#5 March 31, 2008 04:51:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

So no one have the 10% gain per month consistently (214% per year) yet.

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#6 March 31, 2008 04:56:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

That's hard to achieve. Why should one of the FXManagers (including me of course) be better than the pro's who manage real bug funds.

214% per year is possible - probably not for me. [Wink]

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#7 March 31, 2008 04:59:00

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Machiavel may achieve that but he doesn't want to manage other people money ???

[ March 31, 2008, 05:02 AM: Message edited by: BeFocus ]

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#8 March 31, 2008 05:11:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

Why should he do it, if he can make 10% per month? [Big Grin]

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#9 March 31, 2008 05:16:00

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Why not? Doing it just a way to make money much faster.

Yes?

[ March 31, 2008, 05:17 AM: Message edited by: BeFocus ]

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#10 March 31, 2008 05:51:00

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How to pick a good FX Manager?

quote:
Originally posted by BeFocus:
Hi all traders & potential FX Manager,
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I myself is looking for a good FX-Manager Account to invest my money into but not really sure how to choose one. To me, whoever can have a consistent %gain > 20% per month in FXContest is a good candidate.
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Isn't beeing sucessful in FXContest the opposite of good trading?
It is a matter of priority. Risk and gain are correlated. My top priority is low risk. Therefore high gain is the opposite of what I want.


anything in parenthesis can (not) be ignored

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