Just thought it was interesting all those people in various places around the globe interested in futures trading on a single vendor site such as futureswizard.com ; which further reinforces my opinion that retail trading is so big every other neighbor in one's neighborhood is probably trading something behind closed doors and one wouldn't know about it. Welll , no neighborhoods in Antartica probably But futures.io (formerly BMT) could probably have a few in Alaska(?)
Last edited by Cloudy; April 28th, 2012 at 07:38 PM.
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