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  • Daniel
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    Originally posted by BMM View Post
    Could you please explain how is possible that equity > balance if all open trades are lossing?

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]870[/ATTACH]
    Pianetti is correct.

    It's because of additional credit that they can use as a balance.

    There are two ways to use such credit:

    - you can trade bigger lots -> you have more free margin -> higher leverage.
    - or some brokers give you credit so after you trade enough lots it will change becoming your balance (so you can withdrawal it later).

    Unfortunately myfxbook accounts with credit looks a bit off.

    Originally posted by BMM View Post
    what is HSI ?
    HSI -> HANG SENG INDEX ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hang_Seng_Index )

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  • BMM
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    how can we trust and evaluate a signal talking about (maybe) bonuses or glitch?

    I am not an expert on myfxbook but this is really annoying me also considering the previous "issues" with old JP77 signal here

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  • shawntan
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    I believe that I read that jp said it might have been a glitch caused when they tested one full lot earlier (the 2nd trade on the account)

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  • Pianetti
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    I think is some sort of bonus credited in equity, with XM is the same
    Originally posted by BMM View Post
    Could you please explain how is possible that equity > balance if all open trades are lossing?

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]870[/ATTACH]

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  • BMM
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    Could you please explain how is possible that equity > balance if all open trades are lossing?

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  • BMM
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    what is HSI ?

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  • shawntan
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    Hi is anyone using IC markets with the new NASDAQ Signal from jp? My icmarkets show prices that are vastly different from the internationally listed and jp pricing.

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  • Daniel
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    They are back:

    https://tradersfamily.com/nasdaq-sig...de-johnpaul77/

    https://www.simpletrader.net/signal/2744/signal.html

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  • Daniel
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    News from JP Team:

    https://tradersfamily.com/letter-johnpaul77-back-game/

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  • Mrs Marple
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    Originally posted by imwrong View Post
    Johnpaul ..... You own futures galleria broker?
    Yes, they do. Orion77 is their publicist and he has already admitted it.

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  • imwrong
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    Johnpaul ..... You own futures galleria broker?

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  • Mrs Marple
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    Pearcey2, This is more fun than a soapie and twice as entertaining. You're right, I don't have that much to do while I monitor my trades so I like to watch what other people are up to.

    You have given me a good idea. Why write on forums when I could be writing a "full length novel"? The fun is in the doing.

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  • Nick
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    I'm not going to weigh into this debate too heavily.

    Reading their update reaffirms my belief that this isn't dodgy and that we're all a victim of circumstance.

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  • pearcey2
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    In all honesty it sounds like you both have an agenda here. I cant remember anyone writing whole novels on a forum as we've seen here to prove or disprove a "scam" which will never be prosecuted or any type of follow up and this debate seems quite pointless.

    Mrs Marple its as if someone's appointed you head of a Royal Commission into JP lol. But I suppose if you have nothing better to do with your time, go for it!

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  • Mrs Marple
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    Orion77, Again you are sweettalking for JP team - and you are trying to muddy the waters too. I have seen the JP team change their story almost as often as they change their clothes in the last 6 months. You are now trying to add more confusion to an already complicated web of lies and false webpages.

    I actually read your letter twice and I am having trouble getting the point. Who are we throwing under the bus now? Is it Maxrich Group? You seem to have gone to a lot of trouble to prove MY point. My point has always been that the JP team have no credibility. They are not owned by a company in Hong Kong as is on their webpages. They have just ripped off the name and it is not even the same name exactly. They also ripped off another name in the British Virgin Islands - that one doesn't match properly either, but at least you are now admitting that it is not your company. You should not be using other peoples company names with intent to deceive. I believe that could constitute Fraud.

    You also claim the Hong Kong company owns Maxrich Group Futures Galleria of the Philippines which is only yet another flimsy web page and they don't exist in real life. Do you know how I know that? Ring the number and you will get a message that this phone number is disconnected. LOL..... Big International Broker like that? Sacre bleu!!!! This is becoming a comedy show.

    You say in your letter that:
    "We donít know who owns the company Max Rich Group Limited, the broker Maxrich Group Limited and their white Label FuturesGalleria and their two websites."

    That is too funny, really. Don't I keep saying that YOU DO? You keep saying I have no evidence of that - well how about the below. I have copied it straight off of the about page at Futures Galleria Blog.

    So happy that was still up. I can't believe you have not taken this down yet. I fully stand by any statements I may have ever made in the past pertaining to a lack of intelligence and truthfulness by the JP team.
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    Standing under the company Maxrich Group Ltd. on 29 September 2009, Futures Galleria penetrated the Indonesian market in the same year through an Introducing Broker (IB) Futures Galleria Blog.
    Company Overview

    Futures Galleria is financially trademark of Maxrich Group Ltd. , based in Hong Kong.

    Futures Galleria engaged in providing services in the field of financial investments (brokerage) in the field of forex, index, and gold (LLG).

    Futures Galleria Maxrich Group Headquarter:

    Times Square Building
    31 / F, Tower One, Times Square
    1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
    Hong Kong

    Dedicated Support Center Adress | Futures Galleria:

    2507 Orient Square, Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center - Pasig city, Manila - Philippines
    Phone: +632 4703609

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    You see, my dear Orion77, the lies are all still there right on your web page. Even though I found your "logic" hard to understand, I am gleaning that you are now trying to throw both your "head offices" under the bus now and just keep going with Traders Family and the JP signal.

    Your letter is really so, so funny in the light of what is on the Traders Family webpage at this moment. This is off the incidents page.
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    FG itself is actually a white-label of MRG (Maxrich Group) located in Manila Ė Philippines, while MRG is located in Hong Kong. Thatís why the server is under MRGís name. The only reason I trusted FG and keep using them was because I have more than 20,000 clients there. Itís a very good business for them, so thereís no way they want to lose it.
    As for MRG, just like many other brokers in this world, MRG started their forex business from offshore broker under BVI regulation but they donít do retail, instead, they just offer a white-label program. Thatís why no one can ever find enough information about them.
    But for me, I like MRG very much ever since I knew their main business is actually horse-racing. One of the biggest horse-racing companies in Asia. That makes me comfortable to do business with them because every big gambling company is not afraid to lose as long as the player is keep playing.
    Same thing in forex business actually, brokers are not afraid to lose as long as you bring 10 more friends with you. And if your 10 friends also keep profiting, make sure each of them also bring another 10 more friends.
    Anyway, looks like our action got MRGís attention. They called us directly and invited us to meet them in person to settle this issue nice and gently in their office in Hong Kong. I donít know what they are up to, but I got nothing to lose now. And as I said earlier, my portfolio means everything to me. If thereís somehow I can save my portfolio, then I will definitely do it.
    So, here I am now in Hong Kong, and going to meet MRGís people this afternoon.
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    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL It gets funnier and funnier and the lies are still piling up thick and fast. I wanna know this - this MRG is a huge company, right? Why wasn't I told sooner that I could have a little flutter on the gee-gees with them? I feel deprived. They have kept a secret from me and I perused their webpage so carefully.
    Last edited by Mrs Marple; 09-03-2014, 12:23 AM.

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