It’s almost akin to gambling.— Mark Wilkes, Head of Risk Trading at Purple Group
If there was a program available I wouldn’t sell it to you!— Mark Wilkes, Head of Risk Trading at Purple Group
Getting it right the first time could be one of the worst things that can happen!— Mark Wilkes, Head of Risk Trading at Purple Group
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mark Wilkes, Head of Risk Trading at Purple Group.
Wilkes discussed the following five reasons to be cautious of forex trading:
There are always two currencies involved – complex relativity.
Susceptible to news headlines and fast reaction.
There is no such thing as a successful algorithmic program.
- I don’t trade in currencies, I trade in everything.
Listen to the audio below for more detail on each of these five points.
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