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>> No. 7872 Anonymous
14th May 2020
Thursday 1:03 pm
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If I receive a marketing email which starts with "The global market for robots is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 26% until 2025." then it's most likely to be bollocks, right?

https://www.legalandgeneralgroup.com/media-centre/press-releases/lgim-launches-robotics-and-automation-unit-trust-index-fund/
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>> No. 7873 Anonymous
14th May 2020
Thursday 11:00 pm
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Yes. If it's from an unsolicited email it is a scam.

You can get around >10% at high risk doing ForEx, you can certainly make 20-odd percent if you gamble right, but like all gambles you can also lose all of it. These kinds of gains are for short term gamblers. Sure, you can bet big and if you hit it big you can say I told you so but for the most part you'd need someone who is incredibly well versed in a particular industry to second guess it.

If you don't expect to make enough profit to pay a personal accountant (hey they can be cheap around £150) every year, don't bother.

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