Currency trading, if you believe the online promotional promise, is a way to a fast, easy fortune. 

But it’s a gamble with pathetically low odds of long term success.  Virtually every investable asset class is a far better bet, whether it’s real estate, stocks, bonds, oil — even gold.   In Asia especially, currency trading is a crazy rage of false promises, tickling the gambling bones of those looking for “get rich quicker promotions” but it’s also a feast for the banks.

They’ve taken to conning regular folk.  And the practice has to stop. 

It’s unethical and, in my view, corrupt. 

I’ll be challenging a rep from one of these exploiting banks later this week, in defence of a friend who was led into one of the bank’s darkest lairs.  My article, touching on this personal story, is published on the Assetbuilder website, titled, World Banksters Hitting New Lows.

Please click the link to read the article.