Before God and all mankind, I pledge the love and loyalty of my heart, the wisdom and courage of my mind, the strength and vigour of my body in the service of my fellow citizens; I promise to stand up for Justice, Brotherhood and Peace, to work diligently and creatively, to think generously and honestly, so that Jamaica may, under God, increase in beauty, fellowship and prosperity, and play her part in advancing the welfare of the whole human race. They're not run in terms of decision making by the same people.
The only commonality is that some of the principals are the same people, but those principals from MTI are not making decisions for i-Trade FX. The post never once indicated that they were the same companies.
Lastly, decision-making was not implied in any way in the post, only that there is a clear connection that shows who benefits financially. The original post did indeed imply they were the same companies in this sentence: The post is factually incorrect. Moreover, MTI can refer to any broker - even if they have preferred ones. But who really cares? It is because society has created such sterotypes about making money that Olint has to suffer.
David Smith has not done anything wrong that we can pinpoint. The only problem with Olint is that people have been able to make thousands if not millions of dollars over five or so years and this has enraged the greedy blood sucking hounds that go crazy when anybody is able to make money other than them. Shame on all of you who are trying to create problems and mucky the waters about Olint.
In five years No one has lost their money, doen't that stand for something? If the public is aware of the risk and they still choose to invest their money because of the high returns that Olint has being able to give back to their customers for the past 5 years who are you money hungry blood suckers to try and prevent it. If you took the time to read many of my other blog post, you would have noticed that I actually would gladly put my money in Olint, but I am not blinded by great interest rates.
Olint is not regulated or registered in Jamaica, something it could not get away with in the USA and other more progressive investor markets. Those who fail to mention that fact show their bias. No one lost money in Cash Plus for 5 years either And ANY sensible investor knows the following phrase: Every financial venture in Jamaica or anywhere in the developed World has to be registered and have some basic oversight, Olint is not exempted just because of who runs it or the great returns.
Naivette is rampant amongst Jamaican investors, that i the problem. I trust Olint more than I trust Mayberry who lost a substantial part of the money that I placed with them in a managed fund and more than I would trust NCB or any in the Mutual Fund industry All those folks take their pound of flesh every year whether you the investor make anything or not. As the learned Justice at the Appeal Court said this week Readings Ideology and Class Conflict in Jamaica: I started this blog to comment on the happenings in my beautiful country of Jamaica and provide suggestions.
It was launched just before the elections in because I felt that it was vital that my generation really begin to participate in the political process. I use an alias because I really do feel that I am an agent of change for good and want to communicate that. View my complete profile. Urgent court action needed on O Warmington style More background info on Carlos Hill and jail time Some changes coming?
Jamaica's alternative Investment Shemes would be i I recently conducted some research on a Forex trading platform that is being promoted in Jamaica - iTradeFX. This platform is connected to people that also have interests in MTI, the company that trained David Smith and has setup office in Jamaica to offering training Editor's Note: A commenter pointed out that the wording of the original sentence was misleading.
We all understand that Olint offers great returns and I just found the following on the iTradeFX website potentially ironic: You need to be very careful and exercise due diligence. Look before you leap. Do your homework and check references. Many companies prey on the greedy promising phenomenal returns that are the exception, not the rule!
Find a company that doesn't promise the moon. If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Reputable firms have credentials. The bold sentence could be read in different ways.
Certainly, if you do not believe that Olint or other Forex companies are "promising phenomenal returns" or "promise the moon" since there are other companies offering even higher rates of return, then you read this quite differently from the person who does in fact believe that "it sounds too good to be true".
The statement on that website is nothing different from what I or others have said about investing money with anyone. Newer Post Older Post Home.More...