Invest in the Stock Market through your Bank in your Hometown

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I am looking for anyone who wants to invest in the Stock Exchange, could be any, for example USA, Holland, France, Germany, England, India, the most important around the world of course. If you want to invest is easy and please keep clear that you never have to transfer or deposit to me any money, you will invest in your city, through the bank or brokerage house which you want to work in your city too and i will give you just the tickers, prices and dates you have to buy a share, which is easy for you because you just have to send an email or call your broker in the bank or brokerage house you have chosen and they will place the order and call you back when it is done. So, dont think i am cheating someone here because money never will be on my hands, NEVER. Then, when it is time to sell, i send you an email or call you by skype and tell you please call your broker or send him an email to sell at these prices. He will sell the shares, transfer the money TO YOUR ACCOUNT in the bank or brokerage house you have chosen, it usually takes two days and from that money you will pay my commission through Pay Pal. If you think you are smarter than me, and you will not pay my commission, ok i will not give you again more instructions to invest then you lose because you could earn much more money but because you are "smart" you just won one time and never ever. Ok, who wants to earn some money let me know, my rate is around 4 to 8% each 20 days, in one year let say 50 to 80% if it is not more. How much is paying your bank for your saving account????

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