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  1. Just to remind you there was and is no pandemic.

    As shown in previous posts the 5 year rolling average of deaths from flu and associated pneumonia is around 35,000 per year in the UK (NHS data) so this covid year looks like being just above average. Always the seriously ill end of lifers.

    But the distribution curve is standard so a few others are caught out every year.

    Also posted above, of the 40,000 who are listed as dying from flu (covid) the total number of healthy people under the age of 60 who died was around 250 (no pre-existing conditions, NHS data), sad but also about average.

    Meanwhile the cost of Lockdown is still ahead of us, govt reports estimate over 200,000 deaths from undiscovered health problems (missed cancers, heart problems etc).

    There will be the collapse of thousands of businesses and millions unemployed once the govt handouts cease.

    And the loss of liberties, you won't be getting them back any time soon as Johnson says the second flu spike around Dec/Jan/Feb could see 10s of thousands more flu deaths.

    Yes, about 35,000, - the *****  rolling yearly average!

    You've been had.

    Still, lets keep this farce running now the masses are cowered and completely subservient.

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  2. 31 minutes ago, gloriaaa said:

    I don't have stop option on my deal ticket, plus that I cannot open account with bonds, spread bet or CFD. Why?

    Hi, if you are on the Share Dealing platform some exchanges don't offer stop loss orders so need to put a sell order in after you have bought the shares.

    SB and CFDs are leveraged and you need to apply for a separate leveraged account to trade them on their respective platforms.

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  3. 26 minutes ago, dmedin said:

    What does that FX thing mean Tom 🤓

    The top row A is the relative strengths of each currency, strongest on the left to weakest on the right when the snap was taken.

    B is the strength difference between the pairs and C ranks them from largest at the top to smallest difference at the bottom.

    So the top 4 all have a Diff of -4.4 but when spread is taken into account the the best trade was calced as Short (red) gbpusd.

    A look at the chart shows that this is not new news but given that the correlation table updates every second is worth keeping an eye on.

    Equally important is knowing which pairs to stay away from, those of equal strength and just going sideways.

     

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  4. 3 minutes ago, dmedin said:

    He's an incredibly shrewd businessman :D:D:D

    yes, he's taken control of the international pharma industry and is now using the head of a US govt department (Fauci) and the fawning MSM to create a fake pandemic and falsely discredit a cheap effective medicine to make way for his new expensive one.

    Criminal mastermind might be a better description.

    No wonder protesters are shouting 'Jail Bill Gates'.


  5. 8 minutes ago, dmedin said:

     

    Big money pharma doesn't want people to use something that's too old to patent, I definitely agree.

    Bill Gates / Fauci / vaccination money makes sense.

    Incidentally do you also believe in healthcare for all as a human right, or do you 'private beliefs' make a reappearance at that stage?  

    Gates in one of the interviews posted above says he expects the need for at least 10 Billion vaccine doses. HCQ at 60 cents a tablet or a new vaccine at $100-$500 a shot  🤔

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  6. Important information about your account security.

    Dear ,

    We’re writing to you to let you know about a data security incident that has impacted people who’ve registered, or attempted to register, for a Pepperstone demo or live trading account.

    Our investigations show that the personal information (or personal data) about you that may have been impacted is limited to your:

     

    • Name
    • Contact details (such as email, phone number and physical address)
    • Date of birth


    We can confirm that any trading accounts, passwords and bank account information that you have with us are safe. They have not been compromised.

    We’re extremely concerned that this has happened. Keeping your Pepperstone account safe is our priority. Please be assured that we’ve identified the cause of the incident, contained it, and put a number of measures in place to stop it from happening again.

    What happened?

    Like most businesses, Pepperstone uses a variety of third party service providers to undertake various functions. On 22 July (AEST) we discovered and contained a malware attack. One of our service providers was attacked by criminals who used malware to compromise a computer used by the service provider in order to steal their user credentials. The cyber criminals then used those credentials to gain access to our internal client relationship management system. Before we stopped the attack, they were able to take a limited amount of personal information belonging to some of our account holders. The criminals accessed a subset of our account holder data via the client relationship management system. Importantly, the criminals weren’t able to access our trading environment or our financial systems, which are segregated from our client relationship management system. This means that the criminals didn’t gain access to any trading accounts, banking details, passwords or ID documents that we hold for you. Our clients can continue to have confidence in using our trading systems safely and securely. For more details about the incident, how we’ve stopped it and prevented it from recurring, please visit our dedicated webpage.

    What has Pepperstone done to address this?

    We first became aware of this issue on 21 July and immediately launched an investigation with the assistance of an external forensic specialist. We’re also in communication with the national cyber crime agencies and data privacy commissioners in our regulated jurisdictions. We’ve only recently become aware that your details were impacted as a result of that investigation.

    What do I do now?

    We encourage you to take the following steps:

     

    • Configure your Pepperstone account and other online accounts, such as email, to require two-factor authentication (e.g. password plus SMS code)
    • Although we have no reason to suspect that your password has been compromised we strongly recommend that you change your Pepperstone password as a precaution. We also recommend that you choose a password that’s unique, not one that you use for any of your other online accounts
    • If you believe that your personal information has been used by a third party without your authorisation, report it to your local cybercrime agency
    • Contact your bank immediately if you’ve sent money to a scammer or if you think you’ve provided confidential banking information to a scammer
    • Don’t allow any access by remote desktop viewers by any company, even if they claim to be Pepperstone
    • Don’t respond to/click on any suspicious communications from people or organisations that you don’t know
    • Close any online accounts that you no longer use.


    We understand that people will be concerned about this. We encourage you to contact us immediately if you have any suspicions or concerns about any communication you receive, on 1300 033 375 or at support@pepperstone.com.

    Finally, we want to reassure you that Pepperstone absolutely remains open for business, fully regulated and here to support your trading needs. If you want to discuss this matter further please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

    Kind regards,
    The Pepperstone team


  7. 5 minutes ago, marie said:

    Lets line up all the politicians and the people pushing for the vaccine and make sure they get a dose first and then wait a few months to see what side effects they get.

    And then make sure they get the 2nd dose before anybody else is forced to have it.  If they are so safe it wont be a problem will it.

    There won't be a 'proper' vaccine but something 'almost like' one.

    As Gates explained in an interview posted here earlier, a record of vaccination is only part of the need to insert a chip into everyone on the planet.

    Stamping out the worldwide black economy by incorporating your bank details onto the chip (as in the African trials, see posts above) and moving to a cashless society are all part of the big plan.

    Creating the fake need for an urgent vaccine and being able to prove you've had it is just getting the ball rolling.


  8. 9 minutes ago, valeron said:

    Hi Charlotte,

    What's the best IG email to sort this out?

    Thanks

    Hi, the helpdesk email but make sure you are using your own email account that IG have linked to your account details, they won't accept from any other.

    (check your countries address from the contact page linked on the IG homepage.

    UK address below).

    helpdesk.uk@ig.com


  9. MSM claims science says HCQ is unsafe and ineffective which is odd because HCQ has been used for decades by 10s of millions of people and in countries where it is used as a prophylactic against malaria covid is practically non existent.

    The real problem with HCQ is that it's so old the patent has run out and therefore is very cheap. Big phama expects to make a fortune from covid and they can't do that with HCQ.

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2020/08/04/an_effective_covid_treatment_the_media_continues_to_besmirch_143875.html

     

    (Graph from different source).

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