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FCA Updates Forex Broker Scam List

FCA Targets More Forex & Binary Brokers

The FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) finally got around to updating its list of unregulated online trading brokers. This list includes both forex and binary options unregulated brokers. Despite the fact, these brokers supposedly offer numerous services they are located in financial havens such as Seychelles, the Marshall Islands or Vanuatu and provide little to no information as to who they really are, and which parent company operates them. So, without further ado let’s introduce these fraudulent companies

SolidCFD

Owned by LOK Marketing Ltd, this forex broker is supposedly located in Vanuatu, a tax haven for any illicit business. Apparently, SolidCFD appears to be forging a path for current forex brokers and others that would like to set up shop in the country, whose major exports are frozen fish and distinct floating edifices. However, upon further inspection, the SolidCFD has two other offices registered on their website.
The first is under the name MGNC Marketing Ltd. and it is located in Cyprus. A quick google search tells us all that we need to know. MGNC Marketing LTD (Solid CFD) cold-calls potential investors and offers them unauthorized or prohibited financial services. An additional address is attributed to an area in West London. However, upon further review, there is no real company located there. Unsurprisingly no company is registered in the UK under SolidCFD, LOK marketing or MGNC Marketing, which implies that the broker has no physical presence in the United Kingdom.
Furthermore, there is a whole list of negative reviews pertaining to SolidCFD. This includes clients being unable to withdraw their funds, aggressive salesmen and not being able to log back into an account once a withdrawal request is made.

StratX Markets

Registered in the Marshal Islands, the company supposedly has an office in North London. However, the address that is provided is used by a company that enables other companies to register their business under their address. This obviously implies that StratX has no workers at its given address.
Just by merely glancing at a few of the reviews tells you that StratX Markets is operated by a bunch of con-artists. In fact what is more alarming, a number of former clients are claiming that StratX personnel are operating a fraudulent fund recovery company called Linrow Clarion Solvency that claims they can recover money that was lost to illegitimate brokers like Stratx Markets.

Options Stars Global

Last but not least this “broker” is registered in Samoa, but apparently has some sort of a branch in Cyprus that is regulated by CySEC. That is patently false.
Additionally, although the website has a U.K. phone number none of their of operations occur in the country. Not only Are there plenty of negative reviews about them, there is a dedicated Facebook page against them
Users of the website report an inability to withdraw funds, threatening salesmen, and pushy brokers who tempt traders into depositing more cash into their accounts. The company has done so badly they even have a Facebook page against them.

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Just 2 more Conspiracy Theories that turned out to be True

(i couldn't post in the previous one , word limit )

1.Big Brother or the Shadow Government

It is also called the “Deep State” by Peter Dale Scott, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley.
A shadow government is a "government-in-waiting" that remains in waiting with the intention of taking control of a government in response to some event. It turned out this was true on 9/11, when it was told to us by our mainstream media. For years, this was ridiculed as a silly, crazy conspiracy theory and, like the others listed here, turned out to be 100% true. It is also called the Continuity of Government.
The Continuity of Government (COG) is the principle of establishing defined procedures that allow a government to continue its essential operations in case of nuclear war or other catastrophic event. Since the end of the cold war, the policies and procedures for the COG have been altered according to realistic threats of that time.
These include but are not limited to a possible coup or overthrow by right wing terrorist groups, a terrorist attack in general, an assassination, and so on. Believe it or not the COG has been in effect since 2001.After 9/11, it went into action.
Now here is the kicker, many of the figures in Iran Contra, the Watergate Scandal, the alleged conspiracy to assassinate Kennedy, and many others listed here are indeed members of the COG. This is its own conspiracy as well.
The Secret Team:
The CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World is a book written by Air Force Col. L Fletcher Prouty, published in 1973.
From 1955 to 1963 Prouty was the "Focal Point Officer" for contacts between the CIA and the Pentagon on matters relating to military support for "black operations" but he was not assigned to the CIA and was not bound by any oath of secrecy. (From the first page of the 1974 Printing)
It was one of the first tell-all books about the inner workings of the CIA and was an important influence on the Oliver Stone movie JFK. But the main thrust of the book is how the CIA started as a think tank to analyze intelligence gathered from military sources but has grown to the monster it has become. The CIA had no authority to run their own agents or to carry out covert operations but they quickly did both and much more. This book tells about things they actually did and a lot about how the operate. In Prouty's own words, from the 1997 edition of The Secret Team: This is the fundamental game of the Secret Team. They have this power because they control secrecy and secret intelligence and because they have the ability to take advantage of the most modern communications system in the world, of global transportation systems, of quantities of weapons of all kinds, and when needed, the full support of a world-wide U.S. military supporting base structure.
They can use the finest intelligence system in the world, and most importantly, they have been able to operate under the canopy of an assumed, ever-present enemy called "Communism." It will be interesting to see what "enemy" develops in the years ahead. It appears that "UFO's and Aliens" are being primed to fulfill that role for the future.
To top all of this, there is the fact that the CIA, itself, has assumed the right to generate and direct secret operations. "He is not the first to allege that UFOs and Aliens are going to be used as a threat against the world to globalize the planet under One government."
The Report from Iron Mountain
The Report from Iron Mountain is a book, published in 1967 (during the Johnson Administration) by Dial Press, that states that it is the report of a government panel.
According to the report, a 15-member panel, called the Special Study Group, was set up in 1963 to examine what problems would occur if the U.S. entered a state of lasting peace.
They met at an underground nuclear bunker called Iron Mountain (as well as other, worldwide locations) and worked over the next two years. Iron Mountain is where the government has stored the flight 93 evidence from 9/11.A member of the panel, one "John Doe", a professor at a college in the Midwest, decided to release the report to the public. The heavily footnoted report concluded that peace was not in the interest of a stable society, that even if lasting peace, "could be achieved, it would almost certainly not be in the best interests of society to achieve it." War was a part of the economy.
Therefore, it was necessary to conceive a state of war for a stable economy. The government, the group theorized, would not exist without war, and nation states existed in order to wage war. War also served a vital function of diverting collective aggression. They recommended that bodies be created to emulate the economic functions of war.
They also recommended "blood games" and that the government create alternative foes that would scare the people with reports of alien life-forms and out of control pollution.
Another proposal was the reinstitution of slavery.
U.S. News and World Report claimed in its November 20, 1967 issue to have confirmation of the reality of the report from an unnamed government official, who added that when President Johnson read the report, he 'hit the roof' and ordered it to be suppressed for all time.
Additionally, sources were said to have revealed that orders were sent to U.S. embassies, instructing them to emphasize that the book had no relation to U.S. Government policy.
Project Blue Beam is also a common conspiracy theory that alleges that a faked alien landing would be used as a means of scaring the public into whatever global system is suggested. Some researchers suggest the Report from Iron Mountain might be fabricated, others swear it is real.
Bill Moyers, the American journalist and public commentator, has served as White House Press Secretary in the United States President Lyndon B. Johnson Administration from 1965 to 1967. He worked as a news commentator on television for ten years. Moyers has had an extensive involvement with public television, producing documentaries and news journal programs.
He has won numerous awards and honorary degrees. He has become well known as a trenchant critic of the U.S. media. Since 1990, Moyers has been President of the Schumann Center for Media and Democracy. He is considered by many to be a very credible outlet for the truth. He released a documentary titled, The Secret Government, which exposed the inner workings of a secret government much more vast that most people would ever imagine.
Though originally broadcast in 1987, it is even more relevant today. Interviews with respected top military, intelligence, and government insiders reveal both the history and secret objectives of powerful groups in the hidden shadows of our government.
Here is that documentary:
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For another powerful, highly revealing documentary on the manipulations of the secret government produced by BBC, click here.
The intrepid BBC team clearly shows how the War on Terror is largely a fabrication.
For those interested in very detailed information on the composition of the shadow or secret government from a less well-known source, take a look at the summary available here.

2. The Federal Reserve Bank

The fundamental promise of a central bank like the Federal Reserve is economic stability.
The theory is that manipulating the value of the currency allows financial booms to go higher, and crashes to be more mild. If growth becomes speculative and unsustainable, the central bank can make the price of money go up and force some deleveraging of risky investments - again, promising to make the crashes more mild.
The period leading up to the American revolution was characterized by increasingly authoritarian legislation from England. Acts passed in 1764 had a particularly harsh effect on the previously robust colonial economy.
The Sugar Act was in effect a tax cut on easily smuggled molasses, and a new tax on commodities that England more directly controlled trade over. The navy would be used in increased capacity to enforce trade laws and collect duties.
Perhaps even more significant than the militarization and expansion of taxes was the Currency Act passed later in the year 1764.
"The colonies suffered a constant shortage of currency with which to conduct trade. There were no gold or silver mines and currency could only be obtained through trade as regulated by Great Britain. Many of the colonies felt no alternative to printing their own paper money in the form of Bills of Credit."
The result was a true free market of currency - each bank competed, exchange rates fluctuated wildly, and merchants were hesitant to accept these notes as payment.
Of course, they didn't have 24-hour digital Forex markets, but I'll hold off opinions on the viability of unregulated currency for another time.
England's response was to seize control of the colonial money supply - forbidding banks, cities, and colony governments from printing their own. This law, passed so soon after the Sugar Act, started to really bring revolutionary tension inside the colonies to a higher level.
American bankers had learned early on that debasing a currency through inflation is a helpful way to pay off perpetual trade deficits - but Britain proved that the buyer of the currency would only take the deal for so long...
Following the (first) American Revolution, the "First Bank of the United States" was chartered to pay off collective war debts, and effectively distribute the cost of the revolution proportionately throughout all of the states. Although the bank had vocal and harsh skeptics, it only controlled about 20% of the nation's money supply.
Compared to today's central bank, it was nothing.
Thomas Jefferson argued vocally against the institution of the bank, mostly citing constitutional concerns and the limitations of government found in the 10th amendment.
There was one additional quote that hints at the deeper structural flaw of a central bank in a supposedly free capitalist economy.
"The existing banks will, without a doubt, enter into arrangements for lending their agency, and the more favorable, as there will be a competition among them for it; whereas the bill delivers us up bound to the national bank, who are free to refuse all arrangement, but on their own terms, and the public not free, on such refusal, to employ any other bank" –Thomas Jefferson.Basically, the existing banks will fight over gaining favor with the central bank - rather than improving their performance relative to a free market.
The profit margins associated with collusion would obviously outweigh the potential profits gained from legitimate business.
The Second Bank of the United States was passed five years after the first bank's charter expired. An early enemy of central banking, President James Madison, was looking for a way to stabilize the currency in 1816. This bank was also quite temporary - it would only stay in operation until 1833 when President Andrew Jackson would end federal deposits at the institution.
The charter expired in 1836 and the private corporation was bankrupt and liquidated by 1841.While the South had been the major opponent of central banking systems, the end of the Civil War allowed for (and also made necessary) the system of national banks that would dominate the next fifty years.
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) says that this post-war period of a unified national currency and system of national banks "worked well." [3] Taxes on state banks were imposed to encourage people to use the national banks - but liquidity problems persisted as the money supply did not match the economic cycles.
Overall, the American economy continued to grow faster than Europe, but the period did not bring economic stability by any stretch of the imagination. Several panics and runs on the bank - and it became a fact of life under this system of competing nationalized banks. In 1873, 1893, 1901, and 1907 significant panics caused a series of bank failures.
The new system wasn't stable at all, in fact, many suspected it was wrought with fraud and manipulation.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis is not shy about attributing the causes of the Panic of 1907 to financial manipulation from the existing banking establishment.
"If Knickerbocker Trust would falter, then Congress and the public would lose faith in all trust companies and banks would stand to gain, the bankers reasoned."
In timing with natural economic cycles, major banks including J.P. Morgan and Chase launched an all-out assault on Heinze's Knickerbocker Trust.
Financial institutions on the inside started silently selling off assets in the competitor, and headlines about a few bad loans started making top spots in the newspapers.
The run on Knickerbocker turned into a general panic - and the Federal Government would come to the rescue of its privately owned "National Banks.
"During the Panic of 1907, "Depositors 'run' on the Knickerbocker Bank. J.P. Morgan and James Stillman of First National City Bank (Citibank) act as a "central bank," providing liquidity ... [to stop the bank run] President Theodore Roosevelt provides Morgan with $25 million in government funds ... to control the panic. Morgan, acting as a one-man central bank, decides which firms will fail and which firms will survive."
How did JP Morgan get so powerful that the government would provide them with funding to increase their power? They had key influence with positions inside the Administrations.
They had senators, congressmen, lobbyists, media moguls all working for them.
In 1886, a group of millionaires purchased Jekyll Island and converted it into a winter retreat and hunting ground, the USA's most exclusive club. By 1900, the club's roster represented 1/6th of the world's wealth. Names like Astor, Vanderbilt, Morgan, Pulitzer and Gould filled the club's register. Non- members, regardless of stature, were not allowed. Dignitaries like Winston Churchill and President McKinley were refused admission.
In 1908, the year after a national money panic purportedly created by J. P. Morgan, Congress established, in 1908, a National Monetary Authority. In 1910 another, more secretive, group was formed consisting of the chiefs of major corporations and banks in this country. The group left secretly by rail from Hoboken, New Jersey, and traveled anonymously to the hunting lodge on Jekyll Island.
In fact, the Clubhouse/hotel on the island has two conference rooms named for the "Federal Reserve." The meeting was so secret that none referred to the other by his last name. Why the need for secrecy?
Frank Vanderlip wrote later in the Saturday Evening Post,
"...it would have been fatal to Senator Aldrich's plan to have it known that he was calling on anybody from Wall Street to help him in preparing his bill...I do not feel it is any exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyll Island as the occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal Reserve System."
At Jekyll Island, the true draftsman for the Federal Reserve was Paul Warburg. The plan was simple.
The new central bank could not be called a central bank because America did not want one, so it had to be given a deceptive name. Ostensibly, the bank was to be controlled by Congress, but a majority of its members were to be selected by the private banks that would own its stock.
To keep the public from thinking that the Federal Reserve would be controlled from New York, a system of twelve regional banks was designed. Given the concentration of money and credit in New York, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York controlled the system, making the regional concept initially nothing but a ruse.
The board and chairman were to be selected by the President, but in the words of Colonel Edward House, the board would serve such a term as to "put them out of the power of the President."
The power over the creation of money was to be taken from the people and placed in the hands of private bankers who could expand or contract credit as they felt best suited their needs. Why the opposition to a central bank? Americans at the time knew of the destruction to the economy the European central banks had caused to their respective countries and to countries who became their debtors.
They saw the large- scale government deficit spending and debt creation that occurred in Europe. But European financial moguls didn't rest until the New World was within their orbit. In 1902, Paul Warburg, a friend and associate of the Rothschilds and an expert on European central banking, came to this country as a partner in Kuhn, Loeb and Company.
He married the daughter of Solomon Loeb, one of the founders of the firm. The head of Kuhn, Loeb was Jacob Schiff, whose gift of $20 million in gold to the struggling Russian communists in 1917 no doubt saved their revolution. The Fed controls the banking system in the USA, not the Congress nor the people indirectly (as the Constitution dictates). The U.S. central bank strategy is a product of European banking interests.
Government interventionists got their wish in 1913 with the Federal Reserve (and income tax amendment). Just in time, too, because the nation needed a new source of unlimited cash to finance both sides of WW1 and eventually our own entry to the war.
After the war, with both sides owing us debt through the federal reserve backed banks, the center of finance moved from London to New York. But did the Federal Reserve reign in the money trusts and interlocking directorates? Not by a long shot. If anything, the Federal Reserve granted new powers to the National Banks by permitting overseas branches and new types of banking services.
The greatest gift to the bankers, was a virtually unlimited supply of loans when they experience liquidity problems.
From the early 1920s to 1929, the monetary supply expanded at a rapid pace and the nation experienced wild economic growth. Curiously, however, the number of banks started to decline for the first time in American history. Toward the end of the period, speculation and loose money had propelled asset and equity prices to unreal levels.
The stock market crashed, and as the banks struggled with liquidity problems, the Federal Reserve actually cut the money supply. Without a doubt, this is the greatest financial panic and economic collapse in American history - and it never could have happened on this scale without the Fed's intervention.
The number of banks crashed and a few of the old robber barons' banks managed to swoop in and grab up thousands of competitors for pennies on the dollar.
See:
America - From Freedom to Fascism The Money Masters Monopoly Men (below video):
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22 year old friendship ruined, need your thoughts....

I'd love some perspective on a recent story that's bothering me. Any and all perspectives welcomed.
In August last year an old friend (we're 38 now and 16 when we met) had been doing a guidance ritual with his mum who is trained to be a shaman… she gave him LSD as part of the ritual- and I haven't tried it so I don't know what it's like.
Anyway, for some reason I contacted him out of the blue the next day when he was still feeling some of the effects. He told me that he loved me, probably always had and it had been a long time coming. I was really surprised, but it was lovely. On some level I'd always felt like that about him (I denied it a lot over the years) but really didn't think that he would ever say or feel something like that.
In that convo he said I'd make a great girlfriend and he'd be lucky to have me, I was really smart and lovely but intense and opinionated. Also, that ironically he thought he'd missed his one chance at happiness with me (you can understand the ironically part when you know the backstory). He said I was beautiful and he was stupid for not being completely in love with me. He said he was sure we'd known each other in past lives. I was very touched by all of this because I adore him but I took it with a pinch of salt, and tried to find out if it was just a fleeting feeling.
But he also said that his life is on a dark path, and that in this lifetime he is only meant to suffer, maybe he'll be dead by 50 and we should see each other in the next life. He said he has huge issues (lots of drink and drugs of many types), is also very intense, and I'd never be able to handle the up and down of his lifestyle.
I got the feeling that he was having those thoughts about loving me for the first time right then, so I asked him if he’d felt like that before, or just that night. And he said he’d thought it the last time we spoke when I’d interviewed him for a book a couple of years previously. But I didn’t get the impression he’d really felt like that when we were younger.
I checked a month or 2 later if he remembered what he said because I thought maybe he had just been high. He said he thought he remembered everything he had said, and said I wasn't very nice for not believing him, so I was really happy and decided to go and see him.
Fast forward a couple months to after Christmas - I hadn't been to see him yet- but we’d been messaging and sending photos. For Christmas, his mum had bought him a tarot card reading with a chocolate ritual with a shaman or a psychic lady, and he was sharing with me that he'd done it and that it said his head was really messed up. He seemed quite upset.
So me being 5% moron, my nervousness and excitedness had returned (I was always very, very nervous around him when we were young) and I made a joke he really didn't appreciate, offering to shoot him in the head if he wanted (I was trying to lighten the mood, and also we seemed to be getting a bit more gentle, intimate and less jokey in the way that we were talking to each other, which freaks me out. He's much sweeter than he used to be, and it kind of makes me freeze up a bit).
Well! Bang. It was like I stabbed him in the chest or something. It seemed to instantly remind him of all the things that annoy him about me, and after 5 months being really sweet he went cold on me. Really, really cold. From there I got very confused and kept making worse mistakes because I got nervous, and kept trying to fix it. I sent him some long, weird email which I’m sure made things worse. I also posted something on Facebook which made it look like I was chatting to other guys. All very silly. It's ridiculous. I'm an adult and am pretty confident these days. But suddenly I was really nervous again feeling like a kid and like there’s something terribly wrong with me.
I arranged to go and see him for a few days in Tenerife, and before I went it was pretty tense between us and I couldn't tell if he wanted me to go or not- I did everything I could to try and find out if he actually wanted me to go or not- but he was his usual tight-lipped self. When I got there, he was very hospitable, apologized for being off-radar and showed me round, we went out to bars and the beach...
We spent four days (before he had to go home to England) as a quasi-couple, and it was a very surreal experience. It was bizarrely intimate, sweet but tense, with someone I know very well... naked. For the first time I realised how peace-loving and gentle he is- which I never saw before. He can't stand a lot of the more boisterous things I do, which is fair, but ironically they're things I tended to do from nerves and trying to get his attention. I kind of got it after that- why he finds me so aversive sometimes, it's like we're stuck in a negative feedback loop, and he thinks I’m too harsh for his delicate constitution. Which, he might just be right about.
In between the fun, laughing, joking, drinking, sex and bonding- of which there was lots and it was really nice - he was filled with sadness and depression, grumpiness, and a funny attitude from him that seemed to shout: "yuck, it's you, you're more like a sisteannoying irritation than a woman to me." He said that it was because his life was falling apart- and he was obviously very very depressed but trying to show me a good time and doing a good job of it too, I might add. But so many things pointed to the fact that he mainly just felt annoyed by me, found me totally unsuitable, and kind of pitied me, rather than feeling any love for me, and that he finds me generally very annoying. Wall up, blinds closed, aint comin' in.
He also kept telling me about his lifestyle of drink and drugs and how everyone he knows is a junky or a crazy person. It felt like he was trying very hard to make me see reality and put me off him, or save me from him, or warn me, or see how I would react and if I would run. Or save himself from what he sees as inevitable hostility and rejection (as well as from me and how annoying I am). "Be careful what you wish for" and "curiosity killed the cat" seemed to be his repetitive catchphrases when I showed an interest in him. Apparently, his ex thinks he's a bastard, he would tell me.
I think, ideally, if he could change me (he used to talk a lot about me doing DHT to rebalance myself) he would want to be in a relationship, because we enjoy each other’s company. But it could only work if he was tougher and I was less harsh. I think he sees these things quite clearly as they are – that he’s got a delicate constitution, and I’m far too frustrated by him to be delicate enough for things to work out. I’d soon get pissed off and ditch the situation, rather than sweep things under the rug and carry on from day to day in a carefree world of consumption- I just couldn’t do that. I’m a strategic future-planner.
At one point we played some intimacy/trust game with lots of questions, and he loosened up a little... but the way he would answer questions like "Name 3 things you like about your partner" was like "well you ARE very caring" in the same way that someone might say "Well, Hitler WAS very spiritual." It's funny because in relationships I'm very soft in general, in recent years, but I do still get very harsh and frustrated when problems don’t seem solvable. But with him I just can't seem to relax and trust him enough to be soft with him at all, and he didn't give me a chance anyway. We just don’t trust each other- we’re not safe for each other.
After I went home he checked in with me a couple times, which I liked. He tried to share some things with me that interest him, about quite spiritual or unusual subjects (trees being interconnected, aliens having been involved in human development, DHT, the memory of water… stuff that as someone who studied physics I don’t normally hear about, but I’m pretty open to hearing about them)- he's very soft and very chilled- doesn’t like stress at all. But every time I tried to dig a bit deeper and engage with him to see what it was about them that interested him - he completely ignored me. Didn’t try, nothing. Me trying to talk with him about the things he shared seemed to send the walls up and just bug him. Really really frustrating. It's like I couldn't do anything right. Particularly frustrating when he said he was trying to open up my mind- but then wouldn't connect or follow through.
So, for a couple months, for the first time in 20 years I seemed to be chasing him. It's like he promised me something, judged me for being nervous and "annoying" and not perfect, and then instead of being understanding, he ran. Yikes.
Eventually I got so confused I sent him screenshots of the conversation where he'd said he loved me and he didn't even remember it! He was shocked, blamed it on the drugs and mental illness saying that he was "not a well person." He said he was beginning to get the feeling that he'd "annoyed me" now, and that he sees me as a friend, and he didn't mean to piss me off. Then he changed the subject. He finished up that conversation by saying "we're on different paths and in different places", and he needs to sort himself out and that's that.
The backstory goes like this… The first year we knew eachother he nicknamed me “TT” which meant “no tits and no teeth” (I had big gaps before I had braces). He used to do things like hit me on the butt with a stick and then I’d punch him and go nuts. He really took the piss out of me with his friends and girlfriends because I had a huge crush on him (he thought it was hilarious that I felt like I’d been struck by lightning when I first saw him). They used to put me on speakerphone and laugh. He was the only guy I ever asked out – which I did on his answer machine!! Ugh. So, yeah, really humiliated me actually and I’ve never asked anyone out since (thank goodness I’m a woman, haha).
After that I had braces and turned into a social person who had lots of parties and friends. He started being really nice to me. But I didn’t forgive him very easily, and we had a big bust up and weren't friends for a year or so. I did a pizza leaflet with his phone number on it. And I banned him from my 18th birthday party to which all our friends were going, and he was pretty upset. I felt bad once when I saw him outside one of my parties on the curb holding his head in his hands saying “why does she hate me so much?” Well, deep down I loved the guy, but he’d humiliated me, so I guess there was a thin line between love and hate. I don’t know if that would have made him feel any better, but hopefully.
From some point on, we made up and we always had great chemistry after that... we did things like hanging out and smoking some weed in his car together with other people, going out in London with our mutual friends, him giving me lots of lifts home from pubs and friends houses, me driving his car drunk and pretending I was going to crash it to wind him up (that was stupid and irresponsible).
Looking back I think he kind of liked me at that point but was scared of me, didn’t know how to make a move as I had moved on and had given him such a hard time, but at the time I really didn't have a clue whether he liked me or not, I was always just very, very feisty and energetic around him (after all the humiliation I guess) so I could never be calm.
Then we went to the same uni town, texted constantly for a year, and even then he said he thought we’d known each other in past lives. To my friends I gave him the nickname "my future husband", he asked me out in the cutest way by saying that if I had the guts and the inclination to go out with him, then we should go for a drink. I was soooo excited..
Well, we almost went out and then he dropped out of uni because of an argument with a lecturer or something. I honestly believe everyone has to follow their own path, so for me it was just sad for him that he had so much stress, and it was disappointing about the date. Our first kiss was when he came up to the uni town again and we did a pub crawl, and he seemed to want to go and sit somewhere and be sweet but I was too nervous so we just kept doing the pubcrawl and ended up spooning on a friend’s floor (just hugging and kissing).
We almost went on a date in our home area but he cancelled without suggesting an alternative, and I got annoyed so he stopped talking to me- surprisingly easily- it’s like he has a very low threshold for any kind of angst, and isn’t able to soothe himself or the other person, so just bails. Which, considering the fact that he creates a lot of angst-provoking situations means that he kind of expects to go through life without facing any consequences for his actions. Pretty frustrating for someone like me, who expects quite a lot of openness and honesty.
We eventually hooked up once and he never called me after so after waiting for a while, I reluctantly moved on and ended up with someone else for 4 years. I have no idea how he felt about this, but a couple of small things surprised me and I wondered if he had actually felt more than I gave him credit for. I mean, that love confession blew me away, I wouldn't have thought for a moment that he had been harbouring any thoughts like that about me, I thought for him it was all a big joke and meant nothing, so maybe he did feel something other than annoyance for me when we were younger.
It's hard to tell as he's been with a lot of women, is very tight-lipped and doesn’t put himself on the line, or take any risks at all. But in those days I was always so nervous around him that any signs would have just gone completely under the radar anyway.
A few years later, after lots of traveling, he popped up working in the office down the hall from me at this random summer job I took and we started emailing lots. He seemed disappointed with how life was not as exciting as he'd expected. Then he disappeared one day- he was living with his ex at the time (very lovely girl) and I was with the same guy (the 4 year one).
A few years after that we were back hanging around in the same social circle until everyone, including him, moved abroad, and eventually, so did i. It was funny, I would always be able to talk to him if I was upset about, say, moving to uni or something. It didn't happen often but a couple of times.
Most of this he probably wouldn't even remember because I think he's been with a lot a lot of girls.
He has low self-esteem, apparently. He thinks he has bad luck with women even though women adore him (he's exceptionally easy on the eyes. He’s beautiful actually)- and according to a mutual friend of ours, when he was a teenager he always worried that no decent women would want someone like him.
Recently (in the past 15 years, which isn’t so recent, lol) we didn't really hang out much but we became more normal adults. I went down quite a dry academic path and got a BSc in physics with astrophysics and an MSc in clinical research, and ended up stuck in a corporate job I hated until I quit to become a writer, whereas he had more balls than me and did what he wanted much earlier- becoming an entrepreneur trading stock, gold, Forex, imports and exports... at times making a fortune and at other times going bust and beating himself up for it, but always finding something new to try, which I think's pretty damn cool (but try convincing him of that).
It's pretty normal for entrepreneurial people to have ups and downs in their success-levels I think, but he seems to judge himself very harshly. The last couple of years he’s been making more money than I’ve ever been able to shake a stick at! I really don’t think he should feel ashamed at all (which he seems to), I think he should feel proud that he’s so dynamic. Good for him. He’s awesome. The only thing I wish is that he had heavy enough emotional armor that he could deal with more difficult situations without bailing.
Anyway. Over the years I stopped being super into him and we had a nice, pretty normal friendship -we chatted sometimes on messenger and would always have nice chemistry when we saw each other. He's been trying to arrange a visit for about 10 years or so between the various countries we've been living in (we're both expat people and he wanted to come see me in Madrid and Amsterdam when I lived there, then he wanted me to go seem him in Tenerife for a few years) and I've avoided it, as although I wanted to see him I was scared of a casual fling with him as it’s not what I wanted, and I really don’t like that kind of thing anyway (tried it once or twice thinking I could handle it and I was being all “modern” and cool and everything – because I think I’m a bit old fashioned deep down - but I got emotionally attached and then end up hurt. So now I accept myself for who I am- someone who doesn’t really like flings or casual stuff, but someone who is into monogamy. Whoops! How very boring and unfashionable, and I don’t give a shit. Rayyyy for the love. Whoop whoop.).
A couple years ago I interviewed him for a book I wrote about ADHD entrepreneurs. His lifestyle was pretty cool making a lot of money through affiliate marketing and living near the beach in hot sunny Tenerife in an apartment with a pool. But he seemed to think that he sucked for some reason (everyone else seems to think it's pretty darn cool). He said that when he grew up he was under a lot of pressure and that it seemed to have messed up his head. He said that to do well in life you need to do what you want to do, because if you listen to other people you are only going to be messed up. When he was on LSD he said that he had thought he loved me during that interview.
This year, his life as an expat abroad basically fell apart as the affiliate marketing scheme crashed and he had to move home to live with his parents, which has brought him really, really down into depression. He said he keeps being told he is going to end up working in McDonalds, and being reminded of the fact that he’s almost 40, and this seemed to be weighing on his mind. It sounds like a lot of pressure.
But anyway, for about 5 months after the conversation when he was on LSD he opened up to me, and he was really lovely to me. It was so nice. I guess it was because I was more relaxed and the main thing I wanted was to check up on him and see that he was ok. I didn’t have an agenda to see if he would be a match for me or anything like that- I was just really worried about him. So maybe he felt safe enough to relax.
I said that I always imagined that we would end up as platonic roommates when we were 50 and I would make him sandwiches and listen to all his funny antics – which he thought was cute. Actually, I really did like that idea- because it would take away the underlying obligations that a relationship brings that we couldn’t deliver for each other. And friendship is what relationships turn into anyway.
For my part, it's really disturbed my sleep for months since I came back from visiting him.
Now after trying to message in a friendly way during the coronavirus quarantine (er, I am very very bored) and being annoyed by his total lack of supportiveness, I've recently just told him that I don't want to be friends any more. Too painful. He says I have anger issues and I think he sees himself as an innocent victim.
Actually, if I'm honest, I've been pretty angry at a lot of people for a few years, so, maybe he has a point.
I guess I'm being a bit selfish. It's not really fair expecting anything from a self-confessed depressed, unwell person. He's "in his pit of despair" as he calls it for 6 months and he has zero interest in me. I'm utterly irrelevant to him. He's snippy, rude, ignores me, and then seems to offer a little bit of an olive branch in the smallest of ways.
Excuse the really long story, would be interested in any insight people have on this situation, particularly with respect to how you think he feels and why he acts the way he does. If I feel like I understand this situation then hopefully I can stop thinking about it, because for the past 10 years I've just had the odd nice thought every now and then about him- and would like that to become the status quo again.
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Top 3 most profitable companies in China

Top 3 most profitable companies in China
China has become the center of development of the global economy, and Chinese companies have shown excellent financial performance in recent years.
Fortune magazine ranked the 500 largest Chinese companies.
The joint profit of China's three most profitable companies reached 1.46 trillion yuan, accounting for 40.3% of the total benefit of all companies, the study said.
Below we will talk about the three most profitable companies in China.
3rd place: China Construction Bank
China Construction Bank is one of the largest banks in China.
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The China Construction Bank network has 14,925 branches in mainland China, as well as ten branches outside (in Hong Kong, Singapore, Frankfurt, Johannesburg, Tokyo, Seoul, Sydney, Taipei, New York, and Ho Chi Minh City).
And a number of subsidiary banks, such as CCB Principal Asset Management (asset management services), CCB Financial Leasing (lending), CCB Trust (trust fund), CCB Life (insurance), Sino-German Bausparkasse (Sino-German building society), CCB Asia (Asia), CCB London (UK subsidiary), CCB Russia (Russian subsidiary), CCB Dubai (Dubai subsidiary) and CCB International.
2nd place: Bank of China
Bank of China is a Chinese financial group formed based on the oldest of the current Chinese banks. Headquarters - in Beijing.

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The main activity is commercial banking; it accounts for 90% of operating profit; this area includes corporate banking (42%), private banking (33%) and treasury operations (15%).
The main region of activity is in mainland China (PRC, excluding Hong Kong and Macau). Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan account for 17% of assets and 23% of operating profit.
The group's overseas network consists of 545 branches in 53 countries, the most significant presence in Canada, the UK, and Singapore.
1st place: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
ICBC is China's largest commercial bank. The company enters the Big Four of the largest state-owned banks in China (along with Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China and China Construction Bank).
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The PRC government owns the majority stake through several state-owned investment companies. In general, ICBC has more than 500 thousand shareholders.
ICBC controls a fifth of China's banking sector.
The main region of activity is the People's Republic of China: it accounts for more than 90% of the bank's revenue and assets (with half of the foreign activity accounted for by the special administrative regions of the PRC of Hong Kong and Macau).
The bank's overseas network includes 419 organizations in 45 countries and is also present in 20 more African countries through partnership with the South African Standard Bank.
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HOW TO FIND STRONG SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE LEVELS

For those of you who don't have the foggiest idea about, here's a straight-to-the-point brief training on what backing and obstruction is.

Initially, we should take a gander at a case of a very much characterized dimension of opposition on the GBPUSD:
This is the latest (in respect to the season of this post) outline from the GBPUSD pair. Each 'Tom, Dick and Harry' far and wide will know about this dimension @ 1.29 – 1.29100 ('hound zone').
A dealer will allude to a value level as obstruction if cost is either returning to a dimension that has been tested previously or like the precedent above, is presently coming up to 'check' old help. In the model above on GBPUSD, in the event that cost pivots back up toward this dimension at 1.29-.1.291, at that point we can think about this as the first pinch of opposition. This is a direct result of the old help (which is featured in the blue box) and that cost is bullish into the dimension. On the off chance that cost was bearish into a dimension of equivalent criticalness like this, at that point we'd allude to it as help (once more, similar to what we've seen sketched out in the blue box).
Backing and obstruction is an inherent piece of any monetary market. They're characterized by market members (you and me) and is a dimension in which free market activity (otherwise known as request stream) quickly moves. It's where the bulls and bears impact and as a total, the triumphant side wins. It's where the market is nearly in an accommodating or receptive point as purchasers or merchants respect their counterparties.
For what reason is backing and opposition helpful to your exchanging?
In the precedent on GBPUSD above, realizing that 1.29 – 1.291 was already huge help, we're ready to set 'traps' in expectation that if GBPUSD returns to this dimension, we're prepared to respond. Said another way; we're needing to know about key potential defining moments to limit the hazard and augment our reward however much as could be expected. What I'm alluding to here in exchanging is known as "R products" however that is for another article.
On the off chance that we can feature a noteworthy dimension of help or obstruction, at that point we know where an ideal passage point in the market is.
As this is an optional procedure, we should know about a couple of things while thinking about a dimension as huge or not. This is on the grounds that in spite of the fact that this is definitely not a reasonable science, we can in any case recognize some basic rationale.
The most effective method to discover critical help and obstruction levels
Let me set out the expansive tenets from what I've seen over almost 10 years in Forex:
Cost doesn't turn on a dime.
They're not exact dimensions but rather 'ranges' or 'zones'
Higher the time allotment, the more solid
The more a dimension is 'checked' with hardly a pause in between, the more likely it is to break
'Separation influences the heart to become fonder'
On the off chance that cost repulses from a noteworthy dimension for an extensive stretch in time, that dimension turns out to be progressively huge to penetrate on the first return to.
Dividing from each pinnacle/trough is essential
Concentrate more on the nearby cost of each bar while assessing a dimension
Backing and obstruction levels are bound to break amid higher fluid occasions of the day.
Entire numbers hold more intrigue – for example 1.2300/1.2000 (Carol Osler Ph.D. composed a drawing in distribution on small scale structure of Forex).
By and large, what can make your life simpler in finding these dimensions is to look on the "line chart" on Meta-broker 4. This will demonstrate to all of you the nearby costs of each bar.
Once more, this is the every day time span on the equivalent GBPUSD diagram. You can see that I am not searching for impeccable dimensions where cost has turned on a dime yet I am generally adjusting to the expansive focuses above.
Get into the daily schedule of illustration critical and clear dimensions of help and opposition. It not just serves you in monitoring 'obstacles' or levels in which cost may battle, however more critically how you can be set up to exchange these dimensions if and when cost returns to them.
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MY TAKE ON RISK MANAGEMENT

A day or two ago I was having a chinwag to a reserve chief buddy of mine, and he referenced that he never comprehended why individuals are removing dangers being in and from the Forex showcase day by day.
"'Pattern following is the main way that appears to work for me", he said.
I to some degree concurred, and it made me think…
Despite the fact that I'm an intraday broker, I found that a portion of my best exchanges were the point at which I held over a couple of months and scaled in on the position; in any case, these were rare.
Along these lines, this makes one wonder…
On the off chance that you locate that one style works superior to anything others, would it be advisable for you to practice and just exchange that style?
In my view, in no way, shape or form!
The reason is something known as "Value's Law".
The law expresses that half of work is finished by the square foundation of the example.
"What does that mean?" (I hear you cry)
With regards to exchanging, it implies that half of your benefit is probably going to be made by the square foundation of the measure of exchanges you've made (or if nothing else the effective ones).
A short precedent would be; if I somehow managed to take one hundred exchanges this month, 10 of these exchanges would like to half of my month to month benefit.
This is determined by duplicating 10×10, leveling with to 100.
Another model would be 25 which has a square base of 5 on the grounds that 5×5 is 25, etc.
Something should shout out at to you here…
In the event that we limit our hazard and keep the upside boundless, you're ready to hop on those few exchanges that empower you to hit a grand slam, obviously, we don't realize which exchange that homer will be.
Everybody has the periods where you're in and out of the market seizing benefit here and assuming a misfortune there, at that point you hop on one exchange and it moves from section promptly, at that point goes the expected way and you're ready to take 3R by narrowing your stop.
Actually, I think the trailing stop is underutilized by numerous retail brokers. It's the best device for separating benefit once a pattern has set up.
By rationing your hazard at the underlying passage, and intensifying this reasoning, after some time you'll have the capacity to make an edge utilizing the idea of "Value's Law".
This suggests you have a decent leave criteria and an understanding that financial benefit is as yet the most vital thing.
This brings me onto something different…
Why the damnation do individuals put their stop at breakeven?
It never sounded good to me!
On the off chance that you are two-percent in the green and you move your stop to earn back the original investment, everything you're doing is stating, "I will lose two percent on this exchange".
Banking benefit is the main thing to concentrate on. I see such huge numbers of dealers state, "this is presently a hazard organized commerce", when they've 'moved to make back the initial investment'…
Be that as it may, they've clearly overlooked that despite everything they should pay the spread while basically taking a chance with that two percent to make another couple of ticks.
It perplexes me…
A strong cash director from BRC (Black Rock) on Twitter showed this absence of rationale well. He stated,
“In the event that you request that a broker close their position and return with their stop in a similar spot and their benefit focus in a contrarily deviated spot, their face will totally drop."
It's actually what happens each and every day when conveying stops up to section focuses in your positions.
Obviously, we realize that chance administration is very critical. In any case, I need you to truly consider the way that the vast majority of your benefits are comprised of just a bunch of exchanges.
Keep up a joyful gauge whereby you just worry about aggregate endeavors.
Furthermore, I think this applies all over.
Contact: https://hawksfx.com, +44 208 638 8973.
Head Office
Kemp House, 152 - 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX United Kingdom
Asian Branch
19/1, Sri Sumanarama Road,
Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka
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WHAT’S THE BEST FOREX INDICATOR?

So you've begun forex exchanging and are amped up for how a lot of cash you're going to make, you should simply stall out in. In any case, when would it be advisable for you to exchange? Where would it be a good idea for you to enter? Which money sets would it be advisable for you to take a gander at?

Envision if there was an answer that let you know precisely when to enter an exchange!
New kid on the block dealer, meet Mr. Marker. Disregard those senseless climbing ashy candles, that poo is simply excessively mind boggling.
What on earth is a bullish overwhelming flame development at any rate? I'm a new kid on the block, I don't have a clue, or care, I simply need to make cash damn it! Demonstrate to me the most straightforward approach to make cash at the present time!
Sound commonplace?
These mystical pointers will guide you. Like a Magic 8-ball. They'll demonstrate to you the route to the heavenly place that is known for forex magnificence, where the avenues are cleared in green pips, and everybody you meet gives you a bar of bullion, since you merit it.
It helps me to remember my most loved Guns n Roses track "Bring me down to the heaven city where the pips are green and the diagrams are beautiful, goodness won't you please take me home, hold up ouw"
In this way, what precisely is a MACD, CCI, ATR, RSI or a ridiculous Stochastic!
They all solid so logical; without a doubt they should be great?
All things considered, I'm sorry to learn your air pocket… yet this is simply one more approach to peruse value developments in the market (a few brokers like to call this value activity). A marker is parcel more like salt and pepper than Colonel Sanders 12 mystery herbs and flavors.
On the off chance that you just learn one thing today, make it this: As merchants, we just approach a constrained measure of data.
These are the main two things we know without a doubt:
What cost is presently?
What cost was 1min, 5mins, 15mins, 1hr (you get the thought) prior
That is it.
All markers are doing is demonstrating to you this data in an alternate organization.
Presently, for all the pointer fans out there, you'll be satisfied to know it's not all foolishness. Pointers are intended to indicate past examples in the market that probably won't be anything but difficult to see with the stripped eye. What's more, the hypothesis goes, in the event that you can distinguish an example from an earlier time, at that point you'll have the capacity to anticipate what's to come. In any case, that is a discussion for one more day.
Will forex dealers foresee what's to come? That is an incredible theme for my next blog entry… hold tight, let me record that…
Alright, I'm back. Presently, the current theme – Which pointer would it be advisable for you to utilize?
Whichever one you need.
Apologies, I realize that is most likely a bit of disappointing…
All it's doing is demonstrating to you what you definitely know (present and past market cost) in an alternate visual configuration. So discover a pointer you see, at that point stay with it.
My solitary suggestion is to abstain from running different pointers without a moment's delay since you'll likely befuddle yourself.
Picture result for MT4 window with pointers
It would appear that it's a great opportunity to purchase, sell, hold and turn.
By and by, I like to exchange bare. That is correct, starker's.
Why?
You will probably discover once you watch the graphs for a considerable length of time, you won't require the spiritualist Ichimoku Cloud to furnish you with a climate figure. You'll have the capacity to gaze toward the sky and tell for yourself whether you'll require an umbrella for the session ahead.
Contact: https://hawksfx.com, +44 208 638 8973.
Head Office
Kemp House, 152 - 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX United Kingdom
Asian Branch
19/1, Sri Sumanarama Road,
Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka
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MY TAKE ON RISK MANAGEMENT

A day or two ago I was having a chinwag to a reserve chief buddy of mine, and he referenced that he never comprehended why individuals are removing dangers being in and from the Forex showcase day by day.
"'Pattern following is the main way that appears to work for me", he said.
I to some degree concurred, and it made me think…
Despite the fact that I'm an intraday broker, I found that a portion of my best exchanges were the point at which I held over a couple of months and scaled in on the position; in any case, these were rare.
Along these lines, this makes one wonder…
On the off chance that you locate that one style works superior to anything others, would it be advisable for you to practice and just exchange that style?
In my view, in no way, shape or form!
The reason is something known as "Value's Law".
The law expresses that half of work is finished by the square foundation of the example.
"What does that mean?" (I hear you cry)
With regards to exchanging, it implies that half of your benefit is probably going to be made by the square foundation of the measure of exchanges you've made (or if nothing else the effective ones).
A short precedent would be; if I somehow managed to take one hundred exchanges this month, 10 of these exchanges would like to half of my month to month benefit.
This is determined by duplicating 10×10, leveling with to 100.
Another model would be 25 which has a square base of 5 on the grounds that 5×5 is 25, etc.
Something should shout out at to you here…
In the event that we limit our hazard and keep the upside boundless, you're ready to hop on those few exchanges that empower you to hit a grand slam, obviously, we don't realize which exchange that homer will be.
Everybody has the periods where you're in and out of the market seizing benefit here and assuming a misfortune there, at that point you hop on one exchange and it moves from section promptly, at that point goes the expected way and you're ready to take 3R by narrowing your stop.
Actually, I think the trailing stop is underutilized by numerous retail brokers. It's the best device for separating benefit once a pattern has set up.
By rationing your hazard at the underlying passage, and intensifying this reasoning, after some time you'll have the capacity to make an edge utilizing the idea of "Value's Law".
This suggests you have a decent leave criteria and an understanding that financial benefit is as yet the most vital thing.
This brings me onto something different…
Why the damnation do individuals put their stop at breakeven?
It never sounded good to me!
On the off chance that you are two-percent in the green and you move your stop to earn back the original investment, everything you're doing is stating, "I will lose two percent on this exchange".
Banking benefit is the main thing to concentrate on. I see such huge numbers of dealers state, "this is presently a hazard organized commerce", when they've 'moved to make back the initial investment'…
Be that as it may, they've clearly overlooked that despite everything they should pay the spread while basically taking a chance with that two percent to make another couple of ticks.
It perplexes me…
A strong cash director from BRC (Black Rock) on Twitter showed this absence of rationale well. He stated,
“In the event that you request that a broker close their position and return with their stop in a similar spot and their benefit focus in a contrarily deviated spot, their face will totally drop."
It's actually what happens each and every day when conveying stops up to section focuses in your positions.
Obviously, we realize that chance administration is very critical. In any case, I need you to truly consider the way that the vast majority of your benefits are comprised of just a bunch of exchanges.
Keep up a joyful gauge whereby you just worry about aggregate endeavors.
Furthermore, I think this applies all over.
Contact: https://hawksfx.com, +44 208 638 8973.
Head Office
Kemp House, 152 - 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX United Kingdom
Asian Branch
19/1, Sri Sumanarama Road,
Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka
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DO FOREX BROKERS HUNT YOUR STOP LOSS?!


Allow me to endeavor and consider what passed on you to this page.
You were starting late stopped out in a trade just barely of a pip, just to see esteem bob back off that your stop level and head back your normal way?
Crazy how that happens isn't it…
It's a sensible supposition that there is someone, or something out to get you. The odds of being stopped out like that must be a bazillion-to-one! Isn't that so?
Surely, kind of.
There is someone who may listen get you, anyway it's not the seller.
Since we've turned out to be progressively familiar with each other a bit, let me make another request. Did you put your stop level barely above or underneath a progressing swing high/low?
Be direct… you did, isn't that right?
By and by, on the off chance that I'm prepared to envision where you put your stop, it's sensible for expect there are different diverse intermediaries out there finding something fundamentally the same as.
The critical market players like common assets and banks use this showing as their advantage, gobbling up little fish like you as they drive cost around and trigger our stops.
These sharks use essential proportions of figuring power and insightful examination to consider what grandstand individuals (you and me) will do straightaway.
Likewise, what's the one thing that most retail Forex vendors do with their stops?
Spot them just underneath or over a continuous swing high/low.
The likelihood that an expert is roosted on the contrary side of your trade, keeping things under control at the accurate moment cost comes incredibly near your stop, by then to trigger it imprudently is as likely as that comparable bumble bee's dick being used as a weapon of mass obliteration.
You were ended out in light of the fact that you're a retail punter that doesn't perceive how the market capacities.
So shrewd up and quit putting your stop levels where everyone can find them.
Go back and forth alongside me in the trading room if you'd like to continue with the talk. I value talking about the inward elements of the market and finding ways we can use that understanding to improve our gathering advantage.
Contact: https://hawksfx.com, +44 208 638 8973.
Head Office
Kemp House, 152 - 160 City Road, London EC1V 2NX United Kingdom
Asian Branch
19/1, Sri Sumanarama Road,
Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka
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WHY YOU’LL NEVER MAKE MONEY IN FOREX

When you need to prevail as awful as you need to inhale, you'll be fruitful. Much like throughout everyday life, you won't get far in exchanging Forex when you don't have the correct attitude coming in.
You've done your back testing, you've ensured you have the best system, you've pursued the best mentors, yet despite everything you end up with hardly a penny? It left you asking, what was I fouling up?
More than the correct devices and the correct procedure, your exchanging achievement relies upon you-yourself alone. For what reason is that? I hear you cry! All things considered, let me share a story to give you a superior picture.
The Story of Poor John:
A few moons prior, there was a yearning broker, named John. He worked in a 9-5 work as a bookkeeper. Tired of his daily schedule, John regularly ended up slacking off amid available time. At some point, he saw his cohort on Facebook boasting about how stunning his ongoing outing to the Caribbean was. Jealous, he burrows further. He proceeded to discover his companion's profile, just to see pictures after pictures of how great his life has turned out. This made him question himself: for what reason would he say he is progressively fruitful when I was a superior understudy growing up?
John pondered what his companion's mystery was. He made an inquiry or two and he at long last found his solution. His companion is exchanging the Forex Market! Thus this insane thought happened upon him. He figured, "I can do that as well"! I can likewise leave my exhausting activity, become a merchant, and lastly do what I needed throughout everyday life!
Not long after, John exited his profession with his fantasies of turning into a full-time Forex dealer. He was envisioning himself exchanging while at the same time sitting on a shoreline bed in a pure heaven some place. "It will be wonderful", he panted!
John did light research about the issue and immediately took in the nuts and bolts. He began with the base store and was currently acquiring penny after penny. Be that as it may, to John, it was insufficient. There was a voice in his mind that continued saying, "I didn't exit my profession for a couple of hundred dollars every month"! So he needed to take activities…
Following quite a while of perusing, back testing, and exchanging, John figured that the day has come! He had at long last framed a procedure! His fantasies of tasting piña colada while exchanging on his telephone under the blasting Maldives sun is at last working out!
Everything went well toward the start for John. His profit developed from a couple of dollars to a couple of hundred dollars every week. John was in incandescently happy! He's done it!
Yet, little did poor John know something horrible is en route… .
Half a month had passed, and the tides have turned. John was collecting many losseses. Brisk to his feet, John changed his system, and that fortunately spared him. Following several days, however, something wasn't right once more, thus John chose to make a couple of more alterations. Some work, generally fizzled. This went on. Many tweaks, John has slowly lost confidence in his methodology and on himself. He chose to proceed onward and begin starting with no outside help, just to be on a similar spot a long time after. He's fallen in the "Cycle of Doom"!
What has John Done Wrong?
John has tumbled to what a significant number of us call, the "Cycle of Doom". He picked and built up a technique; changed it when things went poorly arranged; endured misfortunes; changed it once more, and after that dumped it when he totally lost trust on the procedure.
This people, isn't the manner by which you do it. In the case of something doesn't work, worry not, as you'll be given numerous odds to get back up. Continuously back test your procedure, so you'll foresee how things may go later on. Besides, have confidence in your system. Try not to let enable yourself to be excessively made up for lost time with your feelings, as this accomplishes more harm than great.
Something else that John got wrong when he went in, was his mentality. He trusted the showcasing stunt numerous teachers have guaranteed: exchange while on the shoreline; duplicate somebody's exchange while never knowing anything, and become wealthy in only a $100, etc! He thought it was simple peas! (Disclaimer: I'm not saying that these aren't right, however arriving won't be a simple stroll in the recreation center. It will require investment.)
John speaks to the many hopeful brokers of today. A significant number of us came here reasoning that Forex is a snappy rich plan. Many idea it was simple. All things considered, I prefer not to break it to you, however it doesn't work that way. Exchanging the Forex Market requires diligent work, a ton of coarseness, and a huge amount of persistence.
Since you recognize what prompted John's end, I trust you'll take the lesson of our the present blog and apply it on your day by day life as a broker. Tell me what your musings are. Do you know a few Johns throughout your life? Have you been in a comparable circumstance? What have you done to get past it? I would love to hear your accounts!
Thus I close this with a notice: don't resemble Poor John.
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Acquiring a bank account as a student-intern for 15 weeks.

Hi all
I am currently doing an internship of about 15 weeks with a multinational in London. They give me an allowance of £1600 per month. This internship is part of my bachelor's degree, so I am a indeed student, just not studying at a British university/college.
In order for me to get paid, I will need a UK bank account (my status within the company is a 'temp', and they outsource their payroll/paperwork for temps to some HR company).
To get a British bank account, I will need to prove (a) my identity and (b) my UK address.
(a) is easy, since I can use my national ID card or my EU passport. (b) is difficult, since I am staying with a host family through an official homestay organisation. I imagined I could use the receipt from the payment I made to the organisation, along with the offer they made, but one bank already said no bank would accept this as proof of address. I also have a letter of introduction where my temporary UK address is stated, but apparently this wasn't enough.
I contacted the HR department of both my company and the HR company itself. They were each going to figure out a solution, so at least I have people already working on it. I'm guessing the HR company is going to propose to pay me via a cheque.
My personal bank only has an investment (forex, CDOs, ...) branch in the UK, so I am not sure if they can be of any help. I will contact them tomorrow though.
Does anyone know what else I could do?
Thanks in advance.
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Several Questions about trading in different sessions. London, US and Asian market

Is it normal for US forex traders (EST) to start trading at London session? I am also curious to how you balance your life if you were to start at 3:00am????
My last series of questions are at the bottom.
I live in the EST time zone and i'm starting to reach a point where the US session does not provide enough sustained volatility to trade throughout the entire day. You could best describe my market behavior as a scalper on the 5min time frame. my favorite pairing to trade are the Euro/USD and USD/CAD (1hr time frame). I normally trade between 7:00am - 11:00pm. I enter the majority of my positions during 7:00 am - 11:00am. I look to exit ALL of my positions by 2:00pm. On 2:00pm news events i trade till 5:00pm. (there are exceptions to these time frames but this is a standard day for me)
I rest between 2:00pm to 6:30pm.
I start retrading the Asian session (euro/usd) at 7:00pm and end at 11:00pm. I probably enter and close 2 trades on average. 3 at most. On some occasions none. funny thing is i was considering quitting the Asian session and China happened... it kind of revitalized my willpower to make this work...
I do most of my journal writing and trade logging during this time period. Asian session is boring as hell. I don't normally trade the JPY or AUD pairings so i'm guessing this contributes to it. There are some days i ignore the Asian Session altogether and do my logging/journal-ing after 2:00pm. I like having this option once in awhile when i want to take a break.
What can i do differently to make Asian session more productive? Am i just a london session trader? Do i need to start branching out to different pairs?
I'm starting to think it might be more efficient and productive for me to trade between 3:00 am to 1:00pm EST. I'll skip Asian session but my circadian rhythm will be wack. I do not want to start going to bed at 8:00pm...
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