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PERFORMER

Switzerland

#794 Aug 27, 2013
PPP performs if you know the right people.

It does not matter what you know but whom you know.
David

Victoria, Canada

#795 Aug 28, 2013
Hollywood77,

Me thinks your math is off. Or your comprehension skills are lacking.

So, explain to this dummy how you could loan out $9 on a $1 deposit?

Joseph never said what you postulated.

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#796 Aug 28, 2013
David wrote:
Hollywood77,
Me thinks your math is off. Or your comprehension skills are lacking.
So, explain to this dummy how you could loan out $9 on a $1 deposit?
Joseph never said what you postulated.
Forget you and your 9 different nicks out of 1. And no matter how many of new nicks you'll create, they will still be worth 0 and know 0. See, even dummy can create 2 zeros out of nothing. Not 1, but 2 zeros. That's my explanation to you as to how is it possible to multiply. Unfortunately you don't even know what questions you should ask regarding some real secrets - not answers from text book regular banking school for dummie employees, but even if you've managed to gather the whole class of students out of your noobie nicks, I am still not your professor. Let me write at this point; "Forget it", so it will refer you to the first word in this post and you can start circling around and read over and over again until you finally get it, cause I will not teach you anything else. You guys (whoever joker broker is of course) have to FINALLY UNDERSTAND that this is not the university of secrets!!! It's Ok if you stay quiet, but one's you start writing nonsense, obviously I will cut you off here before you confuse legitimate investors again. Nothing personal to anyone, but why would you want to force insiders to think that you know what you don't know? It doesn't make any sense. You can only convince the clueless ones and if so, what kind of satisfaction can you get and how much is it worth? As much as Chinese bond on ebay being sold by a flipper that bought it from another flipper without any history, because KYC would show his low hanging pants and that's how wannabes operate in garbages of every big business. They bark very often here that the food from their garbage is better than CEO's plate upstairs.
Bond Buyer

Philippines

#797 Aug 30, 2013
Basel III Capital Adequacy Rules say it all!!
zeki

Konya, Turkey

#799 Sep 13, 2013
50 mio and 100 mio contact us my mail [email protected]
brandon

Las Palmas, Spain

#806 Oct 27, 2013
Dear all,

The PPP programs actually exist but the problem is that in the last years many people have jumped on the vagon and claim that they have access to a trader when that is actually no the case. Also, these programs are not that "private or secret" and they are actually very profitable but they require to invest an amount of money that only a few people have.

In general terms, and after reading some irrealistics offers going around online, I should advice you to keep far away from those trading platforms that require money in advanced (the client should not pay any money and even telephone calls should be paid by the trading platform) and avoid long chains of intermediaries or those who affirm that you can do a PPP with less than $40-50m. Also, be aware of platforms that tell you that you have to tranfer money to an account on behalf a third party or you have to open an account in a third world country. The client will be offered with a list of banks that participate in PPP programs and the accounts are always open in the bank that the client chooses and in the country of the client's choice. Furthermore, in the last years I have come across hundreds of people who claim to have access to a trader but, on most ocassions, this is not the case.

I offer information for free and without any commitment if you have doubts about a possible contact/operation or you need to know the process to follow when dealing with PPPs. We are a trading platform formed by three providers and with direct access to one of the few traders in the world that can actually close PPP programs. We have been in business for more than twenty years and have closed many programs.

[email protected]
John

Victoria, Canada

#807 Oct 27, 2013
brandon wrote:
Dear all,
The PPP programs actually exist but the problem is that in the last years many people have jumped on the vagon and claim that they have access to a trader when that is actually no the case. Also, these programs are not that "private or secret" and they are actually very profitable but they require to invest an amount of money that only a few people have.
In general terms, and after reading some irrealistics offers going around online, I should advice you to keep far away from those trading platforms that require money in advanced (the client should not pay any money and even telephone calls should be paid by the trading platform) and avoid long chains of intermediaries or those who affirm that you can do a PPP with less than $40-50m. Also, be aware of platforms that tell you that you have to tranfer money to an account on behalf a third party or you have to open an account in a third world country. The client will be offered with a list of banks that participate in PPP programs and the accounts are always open in the bank that the client chooses and in the country of the client's choice. Furthermore, in the last years I have come across hundreds of people who claim to have access to a trader but, on most ocassions, this is not the case.
I offer information for free and without any commitment if you have doubts about a possible contact/operation or you need to know the process to follow when dealing with PPPs. We are a trading platform formed by three providers and with direct access to one of the few traders in the world that can actually close PPP programs. We have been in business for more than twenty years and have closed many programs.
[email protected]
BS. Any major global bank have PPPs. Just go and talk to them. If you have the funds, they will sit down and discuss.

There is no magical market for MTNs and all that crap.
brandon

Las Palmas, Spain

#808 Oct 31, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>
BS. Any major global bank have PPPs. Just go and talk to them. If you have the funds, they will sit down and discuss.
There is no magical market for MTNs and all that crap.
The banks are not actually allowed to go out and look for clients or to directly offer a ppp program.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#809 Oct 31, 2013
brandon wrote:
<quoted text>The banks are not actually allowed to go out and look for clients or to directly offer a ppp program.
Entirely true
John

Victoria, Canada

#810 Oct 31, 2013
brandon wrote:
<quoted text>
The banks are not actually allowed to go out and look for clients or to directly offer a ppp program.
I can walk to any major bank with a client with significant funds right now and ask for info on their PPP and get accepted. I can do it in North America or Europe.

As a matter of fact I recently did so last week.

Everything was disclosed up front.|Historical trading records etc.

No funny BS secret handshake.

There is no secret MTN trading BS.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#811 Oct 31, 2013
John wrote:
<quoted text>I can walk to any major bank with a client with significant funds right now and ask for info on their PPP and get accepted. I can do it in North America or Europe.

As a matter of fact I recently did so last week.

Everything was disclosed up front.|Historical trading records etc.

No funny BS secret handshake.

There is no secret MTN trading BS.
Yes that is true, if a client has the necessary funds, major banks can offer those services

It is not a secret

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#812 Nov 1, 2013
If you all are referring to retail banking, then, you are way off.

If you are referring to private banking, then, you may stand a chance.

But, if your private banker is in bed with good algo-traders and high level dark pool traders, then, welcome to the shark pool.
A Justday

Dunkirk, NY

#813 Nov 1, 2013
David Cheever wrote:
If you all are referring to retail banking, then, you are way off.
If you are referring to private banking, then, you may stand a chance.
But, if your private banker is in bed with good algo-traders and high level dark pool traders, then, welcome to the shark pool.
Try Cheever's "Book Purchase" Royalty Payment, the best Retail Banking known so far!!!
John

Victoria, Canada

#814 Nov 2, 2013
Anyone can use these dark pools if they have membership and fees are typically lower than trading stocks using traditional stockbrokers. The biggest users of these networks are large fund managers and banks who regularly trade large volumes of stocks.

There are various techniques, approaches and styles of trading. Algo-traders i.e. Algorithmic trading is the use of electronic platforms for entering trading orders with an algorithm which executes pre-programmed trading instructions.

Here is a nice read of a software guy experience of writing an algo piece for traders: http://www.codusoperandi.com/posts/why-i-quit...

ACtually, most significant banks have access to these so called dark pools and have algo trading facilities.

No big mystery. If you have the big bucks, the portfolio manager will sit down and explain the programs available and the risk factors and the historical returns etc. Every thing is open to scrutiny.

The higher dollar amount of assets provides the capital base for the trader to execute their trading strategies more effectively.

You trade differently with 100 MM than with 5 MM.
John

Victoria, Canada

#815 Nov 2, 2013
Regarding PPP, banks do advertise their services for it but do so in a discrete way. There is no law against it.

They marketed it under the trade umbrella of "Wealth Management" or "Discrete Investment Management" or whatever marketing terms the bank's marketers think up of. They market it in a way that is understated, dignified and not gauche.

And these banks do offer referral commissions to the broker bringing the business in outside of their network.

However, the compliance to prove the client's capacity involves an extensive background check. Not the silly little compliance procedures being push about by various internet brokers.

And the returns are not the unrealistic sky high numbers being bandied about. They're good but not silly.

Oh, there is no secret we can't disclose who the bank trader is and that until you pass compliance BS.

I have access to various platforms in Europe and North America directly. Full disclosure up front and the people behind them are available. The trick is to find trading banks with high performing traders who are consistent year in and year out. Not one or two year spectacular returns and then a flame out.

If you want to access a PPP you can do it one of two ways. You go out and ask the banks themselves and hope to find that one bank that performs in the upper quartile. Or you go to a genuine established verifiable broker (for example, the bank can vouch for them up front via a senior bank officer)who have established a relationship with a high performing bank trading department who performs in the upper quartile.

If anyone wishes additional info: danavladeem at yahoo dot com.
brandon

Las Palmas, Spain

#820 Dec 2, 2013
That's true. People can access to a PPP through a bank always that they can prove that they have a lot of money. However, the banks usually gives the clients a small percent of the benefits while through a bank trader the clients can keep up 90% of the benefits produced by the program. That is the great difference here and the best for a client, by far, is to find a proper and honest trading platform.
John

Victoria, Canada

#822 Dec 3, 2013
Brandon,

You are clueless.

Banks are required by law to disclose the fees and expenses charged to the client. The fees amount to 1 to 3 %. The client keeps up to 99% of the profits.

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#824 Dec 4, 2013
John wrote:
Brandon,
You are clueless.
Banks are required by law to disclose the fees and expenses charged to the client. The fees amount to 1 to 3 %. The client keeps up to 99% of the profits.
99% out of 10% yield disclosed my friend, because the other 90% remains secret. You forgot about a little detail called projects.
Credit Card PPP

Quezon City, Philippines

#826 Jan 3, 2014
can i use my credit card for the PPP? thanks.

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#827 Jan 6, 2014
Credit Card PPP wrote:
can i use my credit card for the PPP? thanks.
If the "PPP" is at $1.00 (one buck) level, then, the answer is: Yes! VISA and MASTER CHARGE only.

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