DislikedHello everyone, This thread is on the point. There is no such a thread like this to filter "bad guys". In this business there is many scams and many fake services around. Traders loosing time and money trying to find "holy grail" and trying to buy as many strategies,robots they can... This is serious business and it deserves to be treated on that way. Yes, i agree that everyone create own destiny and take responsibility for own action but why not to help them and filter potential scams or nontested strategies. BTW. 90% of techniques,mentors explaing...Ignored
Again I beg to disagree.
For people like yourself, who manage other people's money, the vetting is taken care of by the financial services authorities, such as the FCA in the UK. They audit your business, and make sure you act ethically in the clients' best interest. And you should of course have published performance records.
For educators it's a completely different market. Let's take the well-known late Mark Douglas as an example. He taught psychology and mentored traders. Why should he have needed to publish performance records as Winston suggests? Or why should he have taught inter-market analysis, as you suggest? And what credentials did he have? Well, he blew up his account, lost his trading career, and had to file for personal bankruptcy would be a start. Would that count? Would he have been an approved educator?