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BWS

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Re: Demo traders pretending to be real
« Reply #30 on: October 10, 2020, 06:05:25 PM »
At the risk of being accused of sitting on the fence, I'll start by saying that so long as you can learn something of value from his videos, and I think we generally agree that this is the case, then does it really matter if some trades were on demo?
Okay, it may not have been 100% what was expected and that may have been a misjudgement on his part,but the decision to join the squad and pay for a bit more detail/training is one for each individual to make for himself. We're all adults and capable of deciding for ourselves where we draw the line.
If you think he's stepped over the line, don't sign up. If you don't think its a big deal, go ahead.
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Re: Demo traders pretending to be real
« Reply #31 on: October 10, 2020, 06:33:25 PM »
Hi all.
As this thread seems to have run its course we have decided to close it.
If any of you have something new and relevant that would add to the conversation, please pm me and we may reopen it again.
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