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Author Topic: AMFEIX - is it legit?  (Read 6288 times)
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September 14, 2019, 09:17:01 AM
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in your opinion, how correctly are those cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high profitability selected? What place do they occupy in the ranking by capitalization?
well, it’s obvious that it should be, at a minimum, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple. It can also be Monero, NEO and many other cryptocurrencies.
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September 14, 2019, 09:20:30 AM
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in your opinion, how correctly are those cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high profitability selected? What place do they occupy in the ranking by capitalization?
well, it’s obvious that it should be, at a minimum, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple. It can also be Monero, NEO and many other cryptocurrencies.
I heard that it is in the AMFEIX fund that not only cryptocurrencies are used, but also fiat money in half with cryptocurrencies. This is true?
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September 17, 2019, 04:38:59 AM
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SEPTEMBER AMFEIX

9/1 -  0.11%
9/2 -  0.29%
9/3 -  1.05%
9/4 -  0.34%
9/5 -  0.08%
9/6 -  0.31%
9/7 -  (-0.18%)
9/8 -  0.32%
9/9 -  0.2%
9/10- 0.49%
9/11 - 0%
9/12- (-0.19%)
9/13- 0.04%
9/14- 0%
9/15- 0.04%
9/16- 0.64%


Total September: 3.54%
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September 18, 2019, 05:50:10 AM
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SEPTEMBER AMFEIX

9/1 -  0.11%
9/2 -  0.29%
9/3 -  1.05%
9/4 -  0.34%
9/5 -  0.08%
9/6 -  0.31%
9/7 -  (-0.18%)
9/8 -  0.32%
9/9 -  0.2%
9/10- 0.49%
9/11 - 0%
9/12- (-0.19%)
9/13- 0.04%
9/14- 0%
9/15- 0.04%
9/16- 0.64%


Total September: 3.54%


Not sure why you keep posting AMFEIX unverified trade profits here. These percentages are whatever the company wants to give you.
No proof of trades, no proof of profits, open trades, drawdowns, or anything really, so until this unprofessional company provides any proof, is could well be a PONZY SCHEME 

But hey, looking at your bitcointalk engagements, it doesn’t seem that your judgement is the best anyways:
Finomcoin: SCAM
Spectrocoin: MANY SCAM ACCUSATIONS

Hope this isn’t the next project where you loose your money.

My suggestion, instead of wasting time here posting unverified trade returns, you can ask Cory Anderson or the almighty CEO to provide the official Indonesian company registration numbers or documents, and I’m not talking about the NOC on the website. All Amfeix does is hire shitty thread pushers on fivrr for a few bucks instead of actively engaging with growing investor concerns about empty promises and safety of their money. 
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September 19, 2019, 04:17:04 AM
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SEPTEMBER AMFEIX

9/1 -  0.11%
9/2 -  0.29%
9/3 -  1.05%
9/4 -  0.34%
9/5 -  0.08%
9/6 -  0.31%
9/7 -  (-0.18%)
9/8 -  0.32%
9/9 -  0.2%
9/10- 0.49%
9/11 - 0%
9/12- (-0.19%)
9/13- 0.04%
9/14- 0%
9/15- 0.04%
9/16- 0.64%
9/17- 0%
9/18- 0.17%

Total September: 3.71% Smiley
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September 19, 2019, 12:46:53 PM
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in your opinion, how correctly are those cryptocurrencies that demonstrate high profitability selected? What place do they occupy in the ranking by capitalization?
well, it’s obvious that it should be, at a minimum, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple. It can also be Monero, NEO and many other cryptocurrencies.
I heard that it is in the AMFEIX fund that not only cryptocurrencies are used, but also fiat money in half with cryptocurrencies. This is true?
yes, that's right. For example, there is such an obvious pair as bitcoin / dollar: this pair is designed to generate strong profits. And these currencies have historical performance.
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September 19, 2019, 12:49:15 PM
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but you also need to diversify so that, as they say, do not put all the eggs in one basket. It is necessary to distribute cryptocurrency to different sources. This is a necessary action.
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September 19, 2019, 12:52:57 PM
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but you also need to diversify so that, as they say, do not put all the eggs in one basket. It is necessary to distribute cryptocurrency to different sources. This is a necessary action.
I suppose that this is necessary in order not to feel possible losses at some of the sources that may occur during trading. Do you think I'm right?
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September 19, 2019, 12:55:54 PM
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but you also need to diversify so that, as they say, do not put all the eggs in one basket. It is necessary to distribute cryptocurrency to different sources. This is a necessary action.
I suppose that this is necessary in order not to feel possible losses at some of the sources that may occur during trading. Do you think I'm right?
yes, you are right. Another option: diversification is a strategic move to increase profits, although there is less exposure to these assets.
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September 19, 2019, 12:58:13 PM
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in general, BTC / USD should make up about 70% of the trading table funds. I remember that I studied this issue in the process of understanding the nuances of trade. What about the AMFEIX Foundation?
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September 19, 2019, 01:01:19 PM
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in general, BTC / USD should make up about 70% of the trading table funds. I remember that I studied this issue in the process of understanding the nuances of trade. What about the AMFEIX Foundation?
here this ratio is 73.9%, while XRP / BTC and ETH / BTC are 9% each, and the rest of the coins with a small cap make up the remainder.

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September 19, 2019, 01:04:22 PM
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in general, BTC / USD should make up about 70% of the trading table funds. I remember that I studied this issue in the process of understanding the nuances of trade. What about the AMFEIX Foundation?
here this ratio is 73.9%, while XRP / BTC and ETH / BTC are 9% each, and the rest of the coins with a small cap make up the remainder.
yes, in general, this is a good ratio. It is worth adding about trading funds that need to trade using margins. Do you understand what I'm talking about?
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September 19, 2019, 01:07:49 PM
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in general, BTC / USD should make up about 70% of the trading table funds. I remember that I studied this issue in the process of understanding the nuances of trade. What about the AMFEIX Foundation?
here this ratio is 73.9%, while XRP / BTC and ETH / BTC are 9% each, and the rest of the coins with a small cap make up the remainder.
yes, in general, this is a good ratio. It is worth adding about trading funds that need to trade using margins. Do you understand what I'm talking about?
yes, I understand you perfectly. You mean that margin is necessary to maximize profits even from small positions.

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September 19, 2019, 01:10:32 PM
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friends, I'm also interested in what percentage of long-term holdings are cryptocurrencies? I don’t know whether they are leading or not, but nevertheless, it is interesting to me.
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September 19, 2019, 01:13:02 PM
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friends, I'm also interested in what percentage of long-term holdings are cryptocurrencies? I don’t know whether they are leading or not, but nevertheless, it is interesting to me.
Ripple accounts for 20% of long-term assets, ETH 22% and BTC 58%. I read this information from white paper. There, by the way, everything is described in sufficient detail.

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September 19, 2019, 01:16:51 PM
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friends, I'm also interested in what percentage of long-term holdings are cryptocurrencies? I don’t know whether they are leading or not, but nevertheless, it is interesting to me.
Ripple accounts for 20% of long-term assets, ETH 22% and BTC 58%. I read this information from white paper. There, by the way, everything is described in sufficient detail.
happy that these 3 core assets always represent significant growth and potential. At the same time, your portfolio remains stable and insured.
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September 19, 2019, 01:19:12 PM
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friends, I propose to push off from the topic of assets and discuss the wallet, which is also an important factor in favor of the project. Do you think I'm right?
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September 19, 2019, 01:22:41 PM
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friends, I propose to push off from the topic of assets and discuss the wallet, which is also an important factor in favor of the project. Do you think I'm right?
yes, you are absolutely right. By the way, it is worth noting quite strong advantages regarding the functionality of the project, but I think that can be discussed later.
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September 19, 2019, 01:25:17 PM
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friends, I propose to push off from the topic of assets and discuss the wallet, which is also an important factor in favor of the project. Do you think I'm right?
yes, you are absolutely right. By the way, it is worth noting quite strong advantages regarding the functionality of the project, but I think that can be discussed later.
I completely agree with you. What do you mean by advantages in the project functionality? Does this apply to transactions or the minimum investment period?
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September 19, 2019, 01:28:08 PM
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friends, I propose to push off from the topic of assets and discuss the wallet, which is also an important factor in favor of the project. Do you think I'm right?
yes, you are absolutely right. By the way, it is worth noting quite strong advantages regarding the functionality of the project, but I think that can be discussed later.
I completely agree with you. What do you mean by advantages in the project functionality? Does this apply to transactions or the minimum investment period?
I’m in a hurry to please you: there is no minimum investment period, because the developers too trust their investors and want long-term cooperation.
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