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Currency Trading in the Forex: Just Like betting on horses...

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Last Edited: May 23, 2007, 5:22 pm

This explains my experience at a Forex Currency Trading Seminar i went to...
It was also a letter i send to some women empowerment Associations & some embassies around the world, some of them in Africa....

You know like 1 year ago i went to a Forex Trading Seminar/workshop...The seminar specifically talk about the Currency sector of the Forex...There i was able to learn that in the Forex (Foreign Exchange Market) there is 2 Trillion dollars traded EVERY day, while in the U.S stock market, they trade 100 billion a year...Premiere trade will sell you a software that tells you ¨"when to to buy or when to sell"....Their website is:
 
 
Through the seminar i was able to see that trading in the Forex, specifically in the currency sector with the Premiere Trade software was so easy, something had to be wrong with you if you lost money with this software, why? Because the software tells you when to sell and when to buy...And if for any reason, it is not, it is just like beting on horses or playing the lottery game named: pick3/pick4 or like betting on horses....And besides that if you don´t like the software within 90 days, you could return it back to get your money back...
 
But there are two problems with the software..ONe is that the cost is a little bit high...It cost 3,000 U.S dollars...I saw what the software can do and i value the software to cost 2,000 dollars..That´s the price i would value it...Why it cost 3,000 dollars i don´t know...The second problem is that the minimum you are allow to trade is 300 dollars..I don´t know why it is not less than 300 dollars...
 
And guess this: If you can make the amount that must be traded with the software to be less than 300 dollars, you could invent a system of betting that will be the largest system of betting in the world...I say this because trading in the forex specifically on the currency market, resembles betting on horses or betting on the lottery game named pick3/pick4....
here is the website again of Premiere Trade:
 
 
Trading in the Currency sector of the Forex, is like betting on horses, but more better because there are lots of moment (according to the seminar) when the charts of the currency stays high, and when this happens, whatever you put in for trade is multiplied by like 15 sometimes more sometimes less...In the seminar the guys showed us examples of people that put in 1,000 dollars for trade, and ended up getting 33K (33,000 dollars)....You constantly have to check the chart to see whether to buy or sell, but you will not have to worry about that because te software from Premiere Trade tells you when to buy and when to sell...
 
I am sending you this because you are a woman for I believe women all around the world need to be empowered..Women around the world are discriminated against and are paid less..I am also sending you this because you are a black from Africa and i believe blacks are descriminated against in the world and they are the poorest race, plus you know what's the situation in Africa...
Please pass it around to as much people as you can....
 
sincerely,
 
   
MARS-1....
 
 
 
COMMENTS: After i buy my mother her house which is going to be in 1 year and a half I am buying it to try it, and i am going to stick to it and perservere the same way i am with the lottery and see if it works for real...If it works i think it would be better than playing the lottery...With the software you make money off of the fluctuations that the value of currency experience everyday..And you can currency trade (is more like currency betting) any time of the day any given day...

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Comment by pumpi76 - May 28, 2007, 12:53 am
Also i forgot to mention: There are no more than 6 major currencies you bet on with the software: you don't bet on all of the world's currencies, only on the 6 major ones...

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