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DAX - example of use of channel c/w Bolinger Bands


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3 weeks ago our man was telling elle how they should be trading the dax (his way) by helpfully providing a link to another forum. Though the text of the first post by the author is comprehensible (copied) further reading of the thread will reveal the well known themes we see here on this forum daily. It is hilarious as very little escapes the other forum users. I'm only up to page 9 and am saving the rest to view latter with popcorn. Things seem to inexplicably taper off on that forum about the same time the monthly competition was announced on this one.

 

 http://www.trade2win.com/boards/trading-journals/224896-20-30-profitable-dow-dax-weekly-100-ticks-profit.html

 

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Following up on the thread on the trade2win forum from the link oilpro posted to show us all how to trade, but it turns out that the style and theme of the author 'foroom lluzers' matches pretty precisely that of our very own oilpro. On that forum there are plenty of users ready to point out the howling discrepancies in the posts and they are very very funny, well worth a skim through. You may remember some of these posts have turned up on this forum recently.

 

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Ha yes, just coincidence you use the same memes and gifs, the same strategies dow dax options and straddle, use the same indicators, post the same charts, and that you left this forum around april 2017 joined trade2win april 2017, left trade2win around september rejoined this forum around sept. But what really gives it away is the idiosyncratic spelling and grammar within the posts, that is unique. 

There may well have been an earlier incarnation but the author of the thread linked below is you.

 

http://www.trade2win.com/boards/trading-journals/224896-20-30-profitable-dow-dax-weekly-100-ticks-profit.html

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Must read, our 'foroom lluluzers' uses a secretary to place his 'real' trades, he only uses demo to 'demonstrate' to forum users how you should be trading. No wonder he gained only 1 'friend' and when sniffed the hope of £250 prize money on the IG forum competition quickly decamped to rejoined us. The wording, grammar and mis-spaced punctuation between the sentences are oh so so familiar.

 

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Hi all - I am locking this thread as it has deviated significantly from the trading strategy discussion. Please remember our long standing community guidelines, and lets keep this on topic. If required and where appropriate, private message warnings have been sent if these guidelines haven't been met. 

 

Apologies to the original poster and thread starter. Please feel free to continue on topic trade discussion via a new thread. 

 

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