An Infuriating Scam …. trader abuse.

THIS JUST CAME IN AN EMAIL TO ME…. makes me livid. For now I have removed the header…. is it just the relentless rain?


1) Turn on the computer in the morning (9:15 AM EST)

2) Place an order at the “Bounce Line”

3) Make money

4) Turn off computer at 11:00 AM EST

5) Do what ever the heck you want to do for the rest of the day

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  1. first, you can’t cheat a honest man…second, this is not aimed at traders, or even wannabe’s – it’s aimed at wannabe lotto winners…third, yes, “you too can be _____________” is relentless, more like co2 than h20…….

  2. first, you can’t cheat a honest man…second, this is not aimed at traders, or even wannabe’s – it’s aimed at wannabe lotto winners…third, yes, “you too can be _____________” is relentless, more like co2 than h20…….

  3. It’s a really nasty type of marketing that preys on the ignorant or desperate. It actually sickens me slightly when I consider the amount of money it costs a discretionary trader to become even slightly profitable in the long term, even if he or she sticks to the minimum position sizes possible.
    These guys go around peddling their nonsense, picking up a few customers to scam, and at the same time slow down the internet for the rest of us!

    At least it isn’t one of those quasi-authoritarian “The Reason Most People Can’t Trade” echo-inducing trading course adverts.

  4. It’s a really nasty type of marketing that preys on the ignorant or desperate. It actually sickens me slightly when I consider the amount of money it costs a discretionary trader to become even slightly profitable in the long term, even if he or she sticks to the minimum position sizes possible.
    These guys go around peddling their nonsense, picking up a few customers to scam, and at the same time slow down the internet for the rest of us!

    At least it isn’t one of those quasi-authoritarian “The Reason Most People Can’t Trade” echo-inducing trading course adverts.

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