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VA, USA,
Mar 23, 2021,
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Refers to students as people in the Gulag

Service use: Live

Length of use: 3-6 Months

I have watched this man for over three months. He is on YouTube and has a room called Wicks Don't Lie.

He calls himself Raja. I don't think he is a "bad" trader by any means. He trades, from what I have watched, primarily one pair, GBPJPY and gold. In the YOUTUBE webinars he goes over trade reviews from the people in the chat.

His information links back to a website called Market Fluidity. In the website he does not provide a bio nor speak of his training. He sells three classes that range from fifty dollars up to five hundred dollars.

One concern in regard to his trading advice was brought out when he was asked by someone in the chat about being "stopped out." "Does this happen?."
He was adamant that being "stopped out" does not happen! Something I and many others disagree with him on. It is widely known that Market Makers collect as many orders as they can before they send the market up or down.

Nevertheless, my point is, the manner in which he responded was very crass and condescending (especially if these are his students) and I got the feeling he was looking down his nose at the person who asked the question. Had I asked the question I would have felt "put in my place."

With that said, he regularly refers to the men and women in the chat as people from the Gulag. I have said something in the comments about using this term, but was verbally slandered by the very followers I was trying to bring awareness to.

A simple definition found on-line says "a system of labor camps maintained in the Soviet Union from 1930 to 1955 in which many people died. a camp in the Gulag system, or any political labor camp."

History.com says "Conditions at the Gulag were brutal: Prisoners could be required to work up to 14 hours a day, often in extreme weather. Many died of starvation, disease or exhaustion—others were simply executed. The atrocities of the Gulag system have had a long-lasting impact that still permeates Russian society today."

It is not necessary for him to refer to others in this manner. This generation has no idea what a Gulag is, but they should know it is not a compliment.

At this time there are no reviews, but I am sure there will be many after I post this review.