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  • HedgeBitcoin
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    Originally posted by taruh View Post
    Interesting outcome.

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  • inca
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    if you want to know who Harold Upton is he has a business name registered with ASIC called Peter Pans Plunder and a web site and business called Phoenix Property Consultants and was a property marketer and he has set up firework displays He is from ACT Keep your money in the bank

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  • taruh
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    Received the following email today. The funny thing is Clifford exposing Clifford. Don't know what to make of it.

    Hi All

    The Facts are;
    1. Clifford was a Bankrupt while running his signal services and managing your money!
    2. Clifford was accepting hidden commissions from Halifax Australia (now in lquidation for improper conduct) - Halifax were paying a 10% bonus but Clifford failed to disclose that he also received a 10% kickback!
    3. Clifford was also getting a kick back on each trade placed (brokerage rebate) - so he made money with every trade while his clients lost on every trade!
    4. Clifford was also managing (and offering to manage) other peoples money for a fee (details attached)!
    5. Clifford was (and is) making unrealistic and outrageous claims about performance (details attached)!
    6. Clifford is not and never was licensed to give advice or recommendations!
    7. Clifford is mates with Jeff Worboys (director of the failed Halifax) and now banned for 6 years by ASIC for his role at AMH (who happened to run the failed Hedge Fund with Clifford).

    All of the above actions, if proven, are contraventions of the Australian Corporations Act 2001.





    His bankruptcy Trustee, the ATO, Fair Trading, and ASIC are unaware of his actions.

    If you paid any money to Clifford at any time or lost any money following his trades then you should make a formal complaint to the relevant authorities.

    Formal complains can be made to

    ASIC

    https://compliance.asic.gov.au/#/for...212120e040e53b

    ATO

    https://www.ato.gov.au/ReportTaxEvasionTERC/

    Bankruptcy Trustee

    https://www.afsa.gov.au/insolvency/h...forms/make-tip

    QLD Department of Fair Trading

    https://www.fairtrading.qld.gov.au/lodge-your-complaint

    If you feel that you have been disadvantage please do every one a favour and make a formal complaint.

    Regards

    Clifford

    Clifford Bennett - Chief Economist



    Unit 23, 11 Peak Avenue, Main Beach Qld Australia 4217

    M +61 423 950 427
    clifford@cliffordbennett.com.au


    www.cliffordbennett.com.au
    There are five attachments as well:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/89aubx...07-E1.pdf/file
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/qqlzpp...12194.pdf/file
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/5z8frh...sions.pdf/file
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/x3xnf7...Boast.pdf/file
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/nuzmtq...Money.pdf/file

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  • minkw
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    I agree, I think he only has a buy button, also his YouTube videos are always bullish, apparently he was a master back in the old days but seems he is not doing well currently

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  • reinerh
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    this is some of the worst trading i have ever seen to date, especially since its purely manual.

    also his terminal only seems to have a buy button, i simply cant believe it in a way. and something makes me think its most certainly not his money he is pissing away.

    2018 sure was challenging, but this signal tops the cake.

    sure proves my point that most all wizzbang analysts, so called master traders cant trade worth beans in reality.

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  • HedgeBitcoin
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    Even the top pros couldn't make money in 2018

    https://www.mql5.com/en/signals/author/pyroharold

    Zero subscribers is a blessing in the making.

    Clifford Bennett 2018 performance.png

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  • Gunther
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    I hope no one is still following this, CB still in buy mode. 90% DD. It hurts just looking at the stats.

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  • oportunis
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    You should reverse his trades. Easy stable 20% a month...

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  • Amadorian
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    82% dd, -56% perfomance... looks great

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  • Gunther
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  • Amadorian
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    65%dd, and -13% this year... yes, truly "a leader in the forecasting of dynamic global financial markets.", as it states in the myfxbook bio ....

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  • Popo7
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    Originally posted by OutsideTheBoxHK View Post
    I've watched the trading, and is this what legends are made of? All that commentary is so good, the amount of effort in production, making it really professional presentation and usage of technology. You all know what I'm going to say next.
    Is the trading good though?
    Are entry levels chosen with care, diligence, and at least a tittle of precision?
    Are there times when this strategy has proven that it is resilient, can recover, can make adjustments to preserve capital?
    Well, I sure wasn't party to the TV broadcasts and such, but this is far from a good way to trade.
    The only trades that impressed me were some of the obscure equity trades, but these too could just be buy, buy, buy, and wait til equities continue their infinite march upwards. The FX side of the equation was just lacking.
    I hope whoever is trading this strategy can be more wise in trailing stop methodology and more cautious risk management.
    Totally agree. Using the name as branding and fancy analysis of markets and influencing people to join them then losing 60% of their funds is totally irresponsible. This is worse than the gfc crash. I really hope people do get their money back.

    This guy even has a book on trading. Maybe Greg can write a book and sell it to him or give him a few lessons to improve his trading.

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  • OutsideTheBoxHK
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    I've watched the trading, and is this what legends are made of? All that commentary is so good, the amount of effort in production, making it really professional presentation and usage of technology. You all know what I'm going to say next.
    Is the trading good though?
    Are entry levels chosen with care, diligence, and at least a tittle of precision?
    Are there times when this strategy has proven that it is resilient, can recover, can make adjustments to preserve capital?
    Well, I sure wasn't party to the TV broadcasts and such, but this is far from a good way to trade.
    The only trades that impressed me were some of the obscure equity trades, but these too could just be buy, buy, buy, and wait til equities continue their infinite march upwards. The FX side of the equation was just lacking.
    I hope whoever is trading this strategy can be more wise in trailing stop methodology and more cautious risk management.

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  • reinerh
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    soon back to making fireworks, i sure had higher expectations then this.

    but markets behavior changed big time since november last year.

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  • Gunther
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    A massive fail

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