ST patterns Strategy. Result for the last 7 days: + 71%

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Don't see why not. What guarantee is there that the account is not a demo account ?
I thought why not is because they have taken the results straight from your broker.
They also state whether the account is real or demo, and I wouldn't care either way; the jump from demo to real is nothing compared to that of trading privately to trading under scrutiny.
 
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100% in six years on one of a hundred demo accounts I promise you!)
myfxbook can backdate your shown history to whenever you choose.

I think you should specifically show your account where you traded your first post's trades, with 71% in 7 days.
I've made a copy of your chart, so I can cross reference it with your audited version
 
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I thought why not is because they have taken the results straight from your broker.
They also state whether the account is real or demo, and I wouldn't care either way; the jump from demo to real is nothing compared to that of trading privately to trading under scrutiny.
Well a shop can give someone a special real account that is really a demo. Then the guy can put that account on fxbook or wherever for whatever his purpose.

If you want to prove something, nothing beats a call out. I think 5 consecutive call out wins is more than adequate to show you are onto something. I have never came across anyone who dared or succeeded.
 
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My old friend, Redsword11 used to call every trade he made, as he made it. You're right. People like that are rare and special!
The trouble is everyone has a 'friend' like that. Every forum you go to, it's the same. You can never quite tell if it's an imaginary friend.

My view is that if it's that important for someone, they can just call out and be done with it.

I think people are just too afraid to lose. If they stop being afraid, maybe they will start winning.
 
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If genuine, I'll see what he's got when I am bored. I happen to believe winning is possible. So I would not be shocked if he turns out to be a real winner.

But on the first gut impression, I am not buying his title: price is everything, because price is the primary tool the merchants use for manipulating people's thinking. Relying entirely on that would be deadly.
 
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