Most Crude Oil And Petroleum Product Sellers, Brokers and Agents, in the International "Secondary" Oil Market, Do Not Make Any Sales Or Income. Do You Ever Wonder Why? A MAJOR "HIDDEN SECRET" OF OIL SELLERS & BROKERS: MOST DO NOT MAKE ANY SALES or INCOME Crude oil and petroleum product sellers, as well as their agents and brokers, who are part of the "secondary market" of the global oil market are not often speaking about thisor even want to talk about it. They don't want the truth about the matter to be publicized. Actually, a lot of them prefer that they keep it hidden, or even disseminated. However, the reality is that a distinctive aspect that defines their company "reality" is this: collectively they rarely close agreements or make sales for the oil product they claim to offer for sale In reality the majority of them go on for months, or even years, perhaps forever, and never securing even one sale contract or agreement. This could be described as "the open secret" of the oil business! C. Keila Nakasaka, an California lawyer and real property investor and entrepreneur who carried out extensive market research and studies regarding D2 diesel oil trade D2 diesel oil market to determine if he could be prudently recommending taking on the role of a commission broker to his clients. He says that he left his study disillusioned and dissatisfied. According to his research, some of the "stories that these brokers concoct are that the seller has some direct connection with a refinery. Some even claim that the seller is, in fact, one of the leading energy companies in Russia... [but] what bothered me [the most] is that almost every one of these brokers failed to be forthcoming. They often misrepresented themselves as mandates, direct representatives, and even buyer and sellers." The most likely and the most sensitive aspect that the majority of these intermediaries and sellers (the facilitators, agents brokers, mandates, etc.).) are the least "forthcoming" and "misrepresenting" aboutis the amount and number of sales they've ever completed, if they have any or the amount they earned from the transaction, if they have there was any. In simple terms, the majority of them have closed none of the deals they are working on, and make little or nothing. They can go for months, or even years , or even for a lifetime without closing any sales contracts, let alone mention earning a single cent in commissions! As Nakasaka described the results of his research: "Another factor which I thought was odd was that most of the brokers I spoke with never closed a D2 deal despite their months and sometimes years in this business. There was one broker who claimed that he had pending deals, and two who stated that they did in fact close these deals. However, I did not find them credible." For more detail please visit:- smallpay.ch https://www.createbusinessgrowth.com/ https://wiselivingjournal.com/ https://www.rabidgeek.net/ https://www.xfoksite.net/ https://www.sheprobablytravels.com/ Display Stands for Retail MAJOR REASONS FOR THIS, WHICH ACCOUNT FOR WHY MOST "SECONDARY MARKET" SELLERS & THEIR INTERMEDIARIES NEVER CLOSE ANY DEALS What is the reason that they do not make any revenue or sales? There are many reasons for this. It is possible to sum them into the following form: 1. MOST SELLERS (and their intermediaries) are fake, in any way, with no CRUDE or OIL product to sell. One fact that is now established and not in any doubt by credible experts in the business, is that the vast majority of sales offers offered by crude oil and petroleum products "sellers" in the so-called "secondary" oil markets, and their agents, brokers and other intermediaries are fake and fraudulent. Actually, some independent research and studies have put the extent of this at a staggering amount of 99.999999 percent of the offers that are offered for sale. The only thing that is of any redeeming value that can be said about this is that, with special regard to those who are intermediaries and foreign brokers in the industry, some of them could be operating fraudulently however, they are innocently and unknowingly thinking that the offer or sale is legitimate and legitimate, even though it isn't. 2.LACK OF PROPER TRAINING, SKILLS OR KNOWLEDGE IN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF THE BUSINESS Simply put, there is no place where the phrase "we live in a wide interconnected world" more relevant in our current world of international trading and buying of petroleum and crude oil products. In the majority of cases there is virtually everything is required to be an "seller" of crude oil or petroleum products or agent for one whether legitimate or not, that operate from any location in the world is an access to an internet connection and a computer. Internet connection. This is all you need! However one of the most negative effects of the"so-called "revolution of the Internet" (among numerous others) has been that many of those who claim to operate as "sellers" or the sellers' "brokers" or "agents," are mostly uninformed or semi-illiterate, not trained and inexperienced, and lacking in understanding the fundamentals in international trading. Kamal J. Southall, one of the most renowned experts on the topic, whose book "Trade Fraud, Financial Fraud, and the Joker Broker," is among the most authoritative books on the subject. He puts it in this manner: "Have been noticing that when you've looked through Google or libraries, and searched for a few pieces of information here and there, you've encountered fascinating phenomena: limited information about the science and art of conducting International commerce as an individual trader is available in any way that is comprehensive. Certain procedures, documents and procedures; cryptic acronyms, such as "NCND" and "MPA," are thrown back and forth, badly corrupted model documents and forms may filter your way, but the reality is that most attempted home based traders, brokers - or, more properly, intermediaries - learn through highly expensive 'trial and error ,'... often re-inventing the wheel each time, in that ever-elusive search for a deal and knowledge on how to close that deal." Southall states, in reference to an expert's calculations, that of the one million people who are trying to establish themselves as trade intermediaries or brokers around the globe, "perhaps no more than 1% has the training and skill needed to ever close a deal... [meaning that] the overwhelming majority, are trading blindly, [hence] deals are collapsing... and more to the point, [oil dealers are] being defrauded - sometimes massive.." The Mr. R. Ambardar, an experienced broker with more than 10 years of vast expertise in advisory and market development services for international markets, says "lack of experience and knowledge" one of the main factors that cause many facilitators and brokers fail in their crude oil ventures. "Many people are attracted into this business because of [the tales they hear about the] kind of money one can earn on account of successful deals. Many agents fail, [however], to understand that requirements to succeed in this business are very demanding, [and that] Only those who have years of hands-on experience and thorough knowledge of the industry can strive to do well as middle-men." Many brokers, says Ambardar, do not realize the fact that "To become a 'Facilitator' in oil business ,... what you actually need is right knowledge and expertise [since this is what will help] you hook up genuine buyers and sellers. One should be in the industry for long to have acquired knowledge related to the dynamics of this business." Therefore, one of the primary ways that this incompetence or lack of knowledge about the fundamentals of the oil industry manifests itself is the inability of people in the multitude of brokers, intermediaries and agents that are involved in the field to create excellent deals and to successfully conclude sales even after months or even years of business. 3. BYE AND LARGE, MOST BROKERS AND AGENTS LEARN THEIR CRAFT FROM THE INTERNET, AND THIS HAS SOME SERIOUS DRAWBACKS For the typical broker or seller's agent, another serious flaw and negative result that stems directly from the fact that the main basis of education, and training , through which they are taught the workings of the oil trading industry is the Internet. This is a second time, Kamal J. Southall summarizes these negative effects in this manner: "The ability to distinguish an untrustworthy trade lead or tender request from a legitimate one is usually not available on the Internet and there isn't any critical filtering of the leads you are reading. Everything that is released can be found in a variety of forms, from genuine to the doubtful, and even the fraudulent. Furthermore, what is the character of"broker networks "broker system" is such that information is often passed about with little critical filtering, lack of knowledge of proper trading procedures and the general tendency of information to become corrupted as it trades hands, [and this] leads to dangerous results."