Brokers do not need to be con artists with the technology available today. Brokers simply monitor a trader's risk and decide whether the positions will be posted to the ECN market or internalized, keeping the order in house and taking the other side of the trade. Brokers understand the odds of your positions and the probability of what will happen to you based on past performance.
I described how I do receive comments and suggestions for improvement. I exchange my ideas/results for others' ideas/results. If you read through my other threads, you'll notice that I receive advice from others on how to improve and what to consider. victory victory. and I do not provide executive assistants; rather, I provide ideas and concepts. Each FF reader is free to create his or her own EA based on ideas. If you are unable to code, I believe you should first learn to code and then begin trading. Bear in mind that I share a large number of my accounts on myfxbook and here on TEs, which means that everyone can see all of my trades. As a result, I've invested some time and now understand the logic behind my EAs. I do the same thing when I view other people's accounts. I conduct research into the history of trades in order to gain a better understanding. When I post my results, I appreciate that because it demonstrates that my words are true. I want people to see that I do understand something, so they will visit my threads and invite others to do the same through their LIKEs on my posts. Thus, they invite potentially wiser individuals such as myself to comment on my findings and point out potential dangers. For instance, with martingale/averaging, you can find a narrative claiming that this strategy is extremely dangerous. Those accounts may be deleted. However, as demonstrated by my results, even when using SL at a 20% level, you can still use "dangerous" methods. All you need is sound financial management. If you lack sufficient capital, use cent accounts. I've developed a slew of EAs based on strategies shared on FF. This is how education is carried out. You pose questions, you respond to them, you demonstrate results (good or bad), you analyze them, you adjust your approach, and you teach others. Because the learning process consists of five stages. And the final one is this - instruction. When you explain something to another person through written responses, you actually gain more benefit than those who ask questions. Because by attempting to explain, you will eventually gain a thorough understanding of the subject you are discussing. As you can see, I benefit more than you from this post. because I now have a better grasp on "why I wrote posts here."