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JTattheRanch Feb 4, 2012 1:12pm | Post# 1

How much profit is too much for brokers?
 
Are there any experts out there that can tell me if there's a limit on how much an investor or trader can make while trading currencies on the Forex market? At what point does it become detrimental to the broker of choice to keep allowing a client to pull in huge gains? Is it 10 G a week? 20 G a week?...

Thanks in advance for anyone who has advice on this.

1stECN Feb 4, 2012 1:15pm | Post# 2

Are there any experts out there that can tell me if there's a limit on how much an investor or trader can make while trading currencies on the Forex market? At what point does it become detrimental to the broker of choice to keep allowing a client to pull in huge gains? Is it 10 G a week? 20 G a week?...

Thanks in advance for anyone who has advice on this.
no Amount is too much per day, week or month if your broker is financially rooted and capable to execute your trades

JTattheRanch Feb 4, 2012 2:28pm | Post# 3

It does seem like someone could become excellent at trading currency and take advantage of the leverage.

I'm just wondering, what are some the the highest earning stories people have heard out there?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't most all brokers just market makers that don't actually turn the trades over to a liquidity provider? It's my understanding that the borkers just pretty much cover the earnings for their clients with the brokers capital?

So wouldn't earning too much be a disadvantage to any broker, even if they are loaded?

Custos Feb 5, 2012 5:32am | Post# 4

It does seem like someone could become excellent at trading currency and take advantage of the leverage.

I'm just wondering, what are some the the highest earning stories people have heard out there?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't most all brokers just market makers that don't actually turn the trades over to a liquidity provider? It's my understanding that the borkers just pretty much cover the earnings for their clients with the brokers capital?

So wouldn't earning too much be a disadvantage to any broker, even if they are loaded?...
yeah, the crappy ones do that. The good ones are turning your trades over to liquidity providers.

henryduncan1 Feb 8, 2012 6:36am | Post# 5

yeah, the crappy ones do that. The good ones are turning your trades over to liquidity providers.
I am also agree with you. Even a few are good one.


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