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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote I'm just wondering how come you are still here)) with such behaviour it is way easier to maintain casino, isn't it?
    Sure, for most people it's easier to go to casino but I'm not out of these

  2. #12
    I think Forex is a suitable company and you can not consider it only a gaming. Gambling is another thing in which you can guess tge items but in Forex you can just win when you have skills.

  3. #13
    Let's just put it this way:

    at GAMBLING: you have to bet first until you can watch your cards because it's a game of guessworking


    at TRADING: you have to watch you cards ... until you place the bet. Because it's a game of probabilities.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Let's just put it this way: in GAMBLING: you have to bet first before you can view your cards because it is a sport of guessworking nevertheless, in TRADING: you have to see you cards first... before you place the bet. As it is a game of probabilities.
    Um,an individual could argue, u bet also when placing a transaction,yes you have seen the last tick; but no different from the cards you don't have any idea if the next tick will be up or down.for most they are the same matter

    .in reality that a skilled card player can decrease potential outcome from the last history of the cards.the majority trading use past history with far less favorable result in
    contrast to the skilled card player.the majority loose in cards since they do in trading.the proficient few win in both win...that the primary difference is most who see a casino go for pleasure and hope to loose.were retail traders are delusional and dont appreciate there expertise of loosing.

  5. #15
    Trading is a coordinated gaming technique considering risk management - Cristiano Da Silva.... ROFL

  6. #16
    Money I make trading I use to gamble. If I ever win big gaming, I'll have more money to exchange.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Money I create trading I use to gamble. If I ever win large gaming, I'll have more cash to exchange.
    I like this line

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote I like this line
    If he is, what does that which makes us?

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote If he's, what exactly does that which makes us?
    His cheerleaders maybe

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