Beware: Nial Fuller’s Trading Is Like Gambling

Watch this video to see why Nial Fuller trades nothing like he says he does. Nial Fuller’s trades from the Million Dollar Trading Competition and the results are horrible – these are what you’d expect from a bad gambler – not a trader. Watch to find out why.

And how in the heck did AxiTrader think it was a good idea to have Nial Fuller manage funds after this with such horrible risk management, using no stop losses or take profits, and having inverted risk to reward ratios? Inquiring minds want to know.

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I'm Chris Capre, Founder of 2ndSkiesForex. I help traders of all levels change the way they think, trade and perform. As a professional trader, I specialize in trading price action. As a teacher, my passion lies in showing you how to re-wire your brain for successful trading. Want to improve your edge right now? Visit my Price Action Course page.

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  • Rico

    You’re completely wrong about one thing, Chris: you don’t need to be a “retail trader on crack” to use that kind of ‘sophisticated money management.’ Unfortunately, i’m pretty sure a lot of us have done it at some point without the slightest whiff of crack.

    • Hello Rico – Ha…yes, I guess crack is not required 😉

  • Sam

    Thanks for taking the time and effort for doing the above video. I use to trade like nial. Made crazy returns one time by taking crazy risk and throwing all the rules out the window. Though I loss it all and more before I could withdraw and no matter how hard I tried I was never able to get those returns again but instead I keep losing. Good thing is at least I’m not educating anyone in trading. Right now working 28 days a month 14 hours a day to build up my trading capital and your course fees. Chris please don’t retire before I’ve had the chance to learn from you!