Does “100% return in 1 month”, “leave your 9-5 day job”, and “90% accuracy” sound familiar to you? If your answer is “yes” then you probably have tried some of those “offers” and experience it first hand how far from the truth those claims were.
So how to separate the gems from the trashes? Always have these 3 points in minds:
1. Be Realistic: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
2. Be Skeptical: if the performance proof is only available on their site, can’t be cross-checked, and they expect you to just take their word for it, just leave.
3. Be Knowledgeable: having performance proof at 3rd party portfolio site is a step to the right direction. But wait; there are a few things to check to make sure you actually see the “real” account, not the smoke and mirrors. For a Myfxbook portfolio, here’s 9 quick points to check so you can eliminate the suspicious ones.