Is WorldCupAdvisor above board? (www.worldcupadvisor.com)
In a reply to post I made, Twiddle mentioned the World Cup Championship as an example of a successful trader. I looked at the site and it looks like there are traders that present their trades in real-time. You can also subscribe to AutoTrade which is a service that places their trades (presumably within seconds) in an account you set up. I assume their business model is collect subscription fees, but they may take a cut on the trades too. The returns are beyond impressive, which makes me skeptical. Anyone on futures.io (formerly BMT) that either has experience with Worldcupadvisor or maybe worked for them?
Last edited by Big Mike; December 15th, 2010 at 02:44 PM.
Reason: moved to vendors, clarified title
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I checked their site, and we have been working with one of their guys, Rob Mitchell, CTA.
I consider him one of the better traders and most educated programmers when
it comes to programming the logic into automation.
We have some of his automation and run his managed account.
I can share results with those that are interested (Only PM Please)
When I get in touch with customers of WCA, for the most part they like them.
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