Even don't believe sweet promises with direct energy marketer company your broker. Their task is indeed right to convey what's good. Yes his name is also marketing. If a less good huh well kept for himself only hihihi ...
Well now appears a question, is there any brokerage firm that does not permit regulators mengantogi aka illegal brokers?
Yes, a lot. Both domestic and foreign brokers. The name alone is already illegal. So it was not the intention of doing business but it is deceptive. Remember why, that business is not a scam. There is no fraudulent activities which could be lasting. But there is a saying that says that Chinese businesses are classified lasting if he could already stand for three generations. I have never heard there was a deceptive activities lasting for three generations.
These illegal brokerage companies have many ways to seduce people to invest through them. Yes, of course there was no investment results aka fraud. They usually wear promises sweet spices so impressed makes sense. Some promise them like this:
"get the advantage to $1000 within a week"
"We guarantee your investment profit 30-40% a month"
"However the State of the market either up or down, you still get a profit!"
"We promise to refund any loss that may occur from your investments."
Well, is it too good to be true? Too good to believe? Come on United Kingdom language learning a little ...
Even don't trust even if they come with their transaction history that looks uphill from the bottom left towards the upper right to persuade You infuse your funds at the company.
Guess what, I can also make history like that kok. Just need a little touch of the computer or with Photoshop and then ... There it all miraculously. We will never know that it's true or not.
Well let me sarikan some suspicious signs that you need to beware of before embedding your funds in a brokerage firm:
1. any Suspect investment scheme that is too good to believe.
The bad news is forex is not a get rich quick scheme. Forex is the same as any other business. It requires perseverance and hard work of the investors to come forward.
2. avoid companies that promise huge profits for the funds you invest.
Yes, I have already explained this a bit above. All the comments above are issued a broker you need to suspect.
3. avoid companies that promise no risk at all in forex trading through them.
This is the biggest bullshit I've ever heard. Bah! Even selling out in any market there is a risk of losing especially with forex investment? We are yet to discuss about forex trading risk here, but just think Cook-Cook: what is a business that is not at risk? Even across the street any time there is a risk.
For those of you who think the investment without risks I say: don't dream of disiang bolong! Wake up! If you want to be successful there is no way a substitute for diligence and hard work. Hard work to determine the investment policies. The hard work to determine the right timing. Hard work for the analysis of capital and risk management. What they do not need to be considered?
4. don't do margin trading unless you know what that means.
Margin trading is like a magnifying glass. He was useful to enlarge your profit opportunity. But he can also meperbesar your loss. So, watch out! Once again, learn at least risk in forex before you embark on an investment.
5. Question those who claim that their trade through the "Interbank Market"
Some brokerage firms claim that they forward the transactions to its customers through the interbank market so that they can get better prices for themselves so no need to overload its customers with transaction costs and other expenses.
Interbank Market is usually used by world class banks for loan granting process and submission between the banking institution. Interbank Market does not involve small banks let alone brokerage firm that beraset "only" hundreds of millions of dollars. Well, something is overrated when a broker who is not named said they have access to that folder.
6. be careful for each payment processing via the internet and does not involve the inter-bank transfers.
Some brokerage firms opening ease payments via e-gold, pay pall and a myriad of other payment methods. Instead of not believing, but often the customer forgot to view information beneficiary (recipient) Fund due to payment method already downloaded before cancellation is easy and just click and then finish. After they click they usually just remembered where those funds are transferred or passing what and where the recipient's address. Yes it's too late anyway. Many brokerage firms as it is not a member of the NFA and the CFTC.