Goldline Trading System

Trader333

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From £2,000 to £67,276 trading the markets at home."

Yes it is interesing that this figure has gone down and maybe we will get a complete decline in returns that means we will eventually see adds like this


From £67,276 to £2,000 trading the markets at home."
:D



Paul
 

Edster

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KIMMRUNNER said:
There are simple schemes that can achieve £15000+ to a single pound of FTSE with considerably less drawdown ( ie £30000 based on the relative value of DOW to FTSE), using no stop loss. Notice that by increasing stake commensurate with the size of fund can achieve £150K on less drawdown than goldline

Hello All,

I've been 'playing' with Spread Betting for just over 18 months now and haven't done too badly making a few k. I was looking into taking my betting to the next level and saw the Goldline advert. I filled my e-mail address in on the website and received the usual automated e-mail. The price is currently £5k (what happened to the £1.5k offer mentioned on this thread a few months ago?)
I thought that I'd do a bit of research first and now I'm glad that I did after reading this thread.

I'm a relative newbie to trading / spread betting but it really interests me. (Ideally I'd like to become a trader of some sort but don't know where to start).

What are the 'simple schemes' that you mention above? Are they freely available or do they cost £5k each as well?

Thanks in advance,

Edster
 

FetteredChinos

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you made a few k and still wanted to take it to the next level??

if i were you i would keep doing what you were doing before. if it aint broke, dont get the cowboys in...


simple schemes? look on here, or on moneytec, elitetrader. or do some beasic reading of incrediblecharts.com

the simpler the better IMHO. indicators and the like give me headaches..
 

Edster

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Thanks for the quick reply.
I've made nearly 14k in 2004 up to now but am stuck with some 'dodgy bets' which are currently 9k down. OK, most don't expire until March so they may improve but I need to learn when to pull out and cut my losses. It's hard to think that if I put a stop on then I'll lose x-amount when the market may turn around again straight after I was stopped out. That's the name of the game I suppose. Also, it's better to be stopped out early than be stuck with 9k's worth of dodgy bets, eh?

Ultimately I'd like to do this kind of thing full time. Not necessarily spread betting but something along those lines. Is this possible or is it mainly a 'spare time' hobby?
 

JamesHardiman9

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I have been reading this Goldline thread with interest, but note there's nothing here since 2004 (unless I've missed something ... I am an ultra-newbie).

I checked the Goldline website ... they are still there.

My interest is that I think I have been stupidly bitten by something called SignalBot, which looks very similar, is at the same address in Stevenage, and seems to be run by the same guy, Gerald (Gerry) Lannen, a man with several failed companies to his name, according to DueDil.

My wife and I signed up for SignalBot (£2400) and have been paper-trading for three weeks on a notional pot of £2000. So far we're £650 down.

I was looking to see if there are other SignalBot users who have either a) made a fortune (in which case I'll hang on, or b) made losses, in which case I will proceed with my campaign to warn others and to encourage those responsible to give us our money back because the software / service is unfit for purpose.

Any response would be gratefully received.
 
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I have been reading this Goldline thread with interest, but note there's nothing here since 2004 (unless I've missed something ... I am an ultra-newbie).

I checked the Goldline website ... they are still there.

My interest is that I think I have been stupidly bitten by something called SignalBot, which looks very similar, is at the same address in Stevenage, and seems to be run by the same guy, Gerald (Gerry) Lannen, a man with several failed companies to his name, according to DueDil.

My wife and I signed up for SignalBot (£2400) and have been paper-trading for three weeks on a notional pot of £2000. So far we're £650 down.

I was looking to see if there are other SignalBot users who have either a) made a fortune (in which case I'll hang on, or b) made losses, in which case I will proceed with my campaign to warn others and to encourage those responsible to give us our money back because the software / service is unfit for purpose.

Any response would be gratefully received.
Of course its a scam, mate, you wont find anyone who have made anything. Your vendor is laughing all the way to the bank..2400 for a "system" when you could have spent that on learning to do it for yourself. Any system will only be as good as its past data, as it would have been optimised to give you the lovely equity curve that attracted its price tag. As soon as you start to use it..optmised averages etc just dont work anymore
 

outnabout2005

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An old thread I know!

Hi everbody, my sincere apologies for resurrecting an old thread, especially for a first post. My hope is that this update may help anyone who is having difficulty in finding information on:

goldline systems
Signal-Bot
Trading Systems
and SB Professional
SB Professional

The last two names seem to be the current incarnation of the trading names referred to in the earlier parts of this thread.

To put my post in context, my wife mentioned today that my brother-in-law had got into stock trading back in April and was doing quite well? Since I am not very good at spread betting this piqued my interest and I gave him a call. Basically he somehow heard of SB Professional, went along, met Gerry, signed over £2k and £36 pcm for a days instruction and daily access to their web site to receive his trade instructions for the day. He's being doing it for just shy of 3 months and has made back his £2k and after initial trading losses with his chosen SB company, says he is close to moving into profit. I was really pleased for him.

I was also interested myself, so started my due diligence but couldn't find much except the You Tube vids above. They took me to the Trading Systems web site and I called Gerry. Long story short I'm due to meet him on Thursday. The were numerous big figures quoted and even a reference to a Lear Jet. Alarm bells started ringing. Then came the cost of £2.5k, four subsequent quarterly payments of £500 from my "profits" and £36pcm for access daily.

Clearly there was a need for further investigation, so online tonight I came up with a couple of threads from this forum for which I am eternally grateful, as they have re-inforced my gut feeling after having seen the web sites listed above. I have subsequently joined the forum as I can see it will be a very useful place for me going forward, and posted this is the hope that anyone else searching for info on Gerry and his bandwagon can find this illuminating thread. Thanks to all the previous contributors.

Needless to say I will not be attending on Thursday:)

Quite what will happen to my brother-in-laws trading future I don't know, but the references to range-bound and trending in earlier posts suggest his progress may be short lived. In the mean time I have to decide whether to break the news to him:-0

Kind regards
Colin
 
 
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