Forex and other money scams... have you seen them?
thought you guys can shed some light on the topic as I got lost figuring out what is what.
I used to run a few more or less successfull Internet projects in the past... which allowed me to spend time fishing - this is my old time favorite :)
But now it seems either I lost the track of things on the Internet or grew too old (lol) for this... so I thought of some Forex stuff... and got scammed by a site that I won't mention here to not make the bastards public.
Being ripped of isn't kind of thing I like, so before diving deeper I thought maybe some of you have had experience that you can share with me... maybe some strategies sites that work (and you PERSONALLY tested they work)...
So if there's anything you know and can recommend, that'll be *much* appreciated :)
Would you mind dropping your 2 cents mates? :)
You misspelled fishing. Is with a "ph" :)
I thought Forex was a brand of condom.
July 3rd, 2007 9:29am
No, it was a brand of kitchen cleaner...
July 3rd, 2007 9:53am
Is it just me, or does 'lol' also sound juvenile to you?
July 3rd, 2007 9:57am
Forex is a scam. The only "strategy" is to run a forex company and take suckers for all they got. There is one near where I live, and they are continually parking their honking great F650 pickemups near where I live, and they have several in every color.
The only alternative winning strategy is to keep your money to yourself. If you *want* to dabble in it, and by dabble, I mean spend less than 90 hours/week doing research, it would be less costly to put a bushel of $100 bills in your driveway and set them on fire.
July 3rd, 2007 11:17am
Hehe... what's Forex?
July 3rd, 2007 11:20am
Forex = foreign exchange trading.
July 3rd, 2007 11:21am
Oh, so I'm probably going to lose my ass on those yen.
So Forex == scam?
That seems just a touch isolationist/xenophobic. Other people have money too, etc..
Or is it just a large number of online scam type sites masquerading as legitimate Forex brokerages and such?
July 3rd, 2007 11:33am
Yeah. Sure. Nobody makes any money on that stuff. Except the millionaires.
(Disclosure: I worked in FX in London)
man on the SWAP
July 3rd, 2007 11:34am
"spend time fishing"
and the link to a fishing site => google spam
Interesting. Plant key words in what looks like a legit post --but with words that are actually referring to something else not in context but related to your user link.
>Nobody makes any money on that stuff. Except the millionaires.
In a casino, the house always makes money. Some of the "customers" do, most don't.
July 3rd, 2007 12:48pm
XXXX is allegedly a beer, "spelt that way because we can't spell beer".
Total scam and ripoff. Mind you, Fosters is worse.
July 3rd, 2007 6:08pm
and obviously developing their famous "fucking near water" theme. Pigtails. Sheep. A creek.
What more could a XXXX drinker want.
July 4th, 2007 1:27am
On topic - buy and hold Swiss francs. No need to daytrade.
Funniest moments in a Forex room was at close of trade as everybody tried to get set for the evening. Anything over 1% overnight was cause for shouting the team afterwards.
July 4th, 2007 1:33am
> buy and hold Swiss francs.
Indeed (tho' very weak at the moment).
> No need to daytrade.
Indeed not. Well, not if you are paid in them, anyway :-)
/me walks away, whistling
man on the stair
July 4th, 2007 3:42am