How I turned £3000 into £20,000 in 6 Weeks

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Old Jul 29, 2017, 9:46pm   #136
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Aston1st started this thread The reason for the break was because I had spent last Spring. Summer and Autumn in Europe. Missed the Referendum .Generally I have been doing other things and discuss trading and investments on my Blog. There is a lot of negativity within these forums which puts me off frequenting here.

I visit elite trader more , when I do trade and post my activity it's now on my own Blog that way I control who appears on it. I have been trading around the Gap ( On the DAX) created from the French Presidential Elections which has paid off, I was short 2 Lots from the peak till the close of the Gap. I cannot trade at the moment as I have other commitments.
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Old Jul 30, 2017, 6:31am   #137
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We only enquired how things are going!
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Old Aug 30, 2017, 8:41am   #138
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Aston1st started this thread Hi Foroom lluzers,

Last year I had taught a few newbies how to go about trading, which was a joy.

But at the moment I am just abit overwhelmed in a new role . I am not allowed to trade in my new role ( conflicts of interest and all that) so a bit peeved at looking at good opportunities and letting them slide. Did do a cheeky trade ( DAX ) last week, but few and far between.

Watch this space for an update.

For those who did follow this little post I hope you enjoyed it. I did find a lot of the comments quite encouraging and supportive which is what the trading community should all be about.
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Old Aug 30, 2017, 8:48am   #139
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I find it surprising you'd let conflict of interest stop you making millions. If I were in that situation, I'd tell people conflicting with my interest to sod off.
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Old Aug 30, 2017, 8:59am   #140
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1. Trade what you see! I can't time the markets
2. Trade on probabilities! i am human with emotions
3. Accept the Risk! nobody likes to lose

Can you define a method?
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 12:01am   #141
 
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Hi Foroom lluzers,

Last year I had taught a few newbies how to go about trading, which was a joy.

But at the moment I am just abit overwhelmed in a new role . I am not allowed to trade in my new role ( conflicts of interest and all that) so a bit peeved at looking at good opportunities and letting them slide. Did do a cheeky trade ( DAX ) last week, but few and far between.

Watch this space for an update.

For those who did follow this little post I hope you enjoyed it. I did find a lot of the comments quite encouraging and supportive which is what the trading community should all be about.
You have to be joking.
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Old Sep 1, 2017, 10:02pm   #142
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i have £750 per point reverberating around my head.. have you made a profit overall by trading sir?

hope you are doing well
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Hi roommates, Greetings from Fresno, California. Kathrine
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Old Sep 3, 2017, 8:39am   #145
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This chimp must be a billionaire by now , £3,000 a week , almost £400,000 in first year with compounding . £1m a year second year , £4m third year , £16m fourth year £250m this year , £ billion next year.
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Old Sep 3, 2017, 10:53am   #146
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This chimp must be a billionaire by now , £3,000 a week , almost £400,000 in first year with compounding . £1m a year second year , £4m third year , £16m fourth year £250m this year , £ billion next year.
He's just small fry compared to your £5000/week.
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Old Sep 3, 2017, 4:58pm   #147
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He's just small fry compared to your £5000/week.
I make a Account Double in 2weeks whatever is the size in it
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Old Sep 3, 2017, 8:09pm   #148
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He's just small fry compared to your £5000/week.
We love these chimps in the zoo
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Old Sep 3, 2017, 8:17pm   #149
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I make a Account Double in 2weeks whatever is the size in it
Ok, you are better than foroom. I always knew he's not as good as he pretends to be.
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Old Jan 11, 2018, 11:55pm   #150
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Call me a 'Hater' lol but I can't believe a word Aston said . £750 a point on the Dax hahahaha . The very same Dax that rips through bids and offers in a few seconds and moves 20 points .

Yeah right :-)
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