Is the Big Mike Trading forum legit?

This blog has become an authority of sorts on the Big Mike Trading forum. No wonder then that it attracts quite a bit of traffic from the people searching for more information on the dubious trading forum in question. Some of this traffic is driven by various search engines, Google in particular, where we are enjoying a pretty high position.

big_mike_trading_legitOne of the keywords we have spotted being used lately by those arriving here is “is big mike trading legit” as you can see from the screenshot posted above (click on it to enlarge it).

Apparently, fewer and fewer people have less and less doubt about this “forum,” but some still want to get a confirmation of what they rightly suspect is the case.

We show you this screenshot so that you know that we are not making this up.

Unlike, say, Harald Steinhaus (Fat Tails) or Mike Boulter (Big Mike) who have yet to be caught telling the truth, and we are only slightly exaggerating our point. If this ever happens, i.e., they are caught, the human race will enter a new era. To the Big Mike followers, this will feel as if they have been abducted by aliens hell-bent on blowing up their rectums, suspecting that’s where their deranged thinking is coming from. To the rest of us, it will feel like being in heaven with all those virgins that you are ordinarily granted only if you blow yourself up in the name of Allah. You get nothing for blowing up your account, even twice; just ask Big Mike.

Here’s our brief answer to anyone still nursing this question, the question of whether this trading “forum” is legit.

The answer is: “hell no!”

We promised to keep it brief, didn’t we?

Check out these posts if you want to know why, starting, say, from this article.

We promise and even guarantee that all these posts are based on facts and not fiction. That’s because this is a site for people who want to be well-informed and not yet another trading forum for losers and suckers who would rather be lied to.

The Big Mike Trading Forum mentioned or discussed here is now futuresio or futures.io. But it is still the same sham as before for the reasons mentioned here and in other posts on this blog. Read more about it in the first article dedicated specifically to Michael Boulter’s latest fraudulent reinvention.

Advertisements