If you are new to investing in managed forex accounts, you are probably discovering that it can be a bewildering and complex undertaking. The concept is simple enough, find a service, hand over your investment, let the traders’ trade for you and then reap the rewards.
The problem is who do you invest your money with? There are dozens of services out there and you have no idea which ones are trustworthy or not, so you have to make sure that you conduct good due diligence. The idea of this site is to help anyone who is new to this alternative investment, by answering your questions and by giving you an idea what various managed forex services can offer you.
I will be investing my own money in some of the services over time and you will be able to monitor my progress. I will put live charts on the review pages that are from my real accounts.
Although there are dozens of accounts to choose from, only a small percentage of them meet my criteria for me to invest in them. Most of them are not registered with any financial regulatory body and at the moment I want to steer clear of those. They may have great returns and I may invest in them in the future but at the moment, I only want to invest in, and review companies that are registered.
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Below are the managed forex accounts that I am currently investing in or considering whether to invest in them. I have given them an overall rating, (in my opinion), but to find out more about the company and to see how my accounts are performing, please click on the appropriate “GO” button.
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Accounts That I Am Currently Investing In
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Accounts That I Am Considering
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|Visit Wealthfield||Go To Review|
Accounts That I Am Not Investing In
|Solidary Markets||I invested with this account but failed to produce any profits. Disappointed because they are a decent company and trustworthy.|
|Thefxhelpers||Thefxhelpers are a very reliable, trustworthy company. I am no longer investing with them because I wanted higher returns on my investment.|
|Vista FX||Invested in Vista FX but they lost 98% of my money. They took a gamble and lost. Keep away from.|
|Deltafins-invest||Never got back to me when I asked if they were registered.|
|Forex Atom||2% management fee on deposit. Don't want to pay up front.|
|PrivateFX||Lack of transparency. They replied but avoided my question if they were registered.|
|Trend Accounts||Totally uninterested in me. How they get any clients I don't know|
There are numerous reasons and benefits why you could be looking for high yield alternative investments to invest your hard earned money into. It may be because you are fed up and disappointed with the meagre returns of traditional investments. It could be that the economy is so bad that you want your investment as part of a regular income. Maybe you want financial freedom to retire early and live off a healthy passive income.
Managed forex trading accounts are one such alternative investment that is aimed at investors that want to have their money managed and traded by skilled money managers and certified expert traders. By using the latest trading tools and systems, many investors’ funds can be combined into an account managed by professionals and the profits and losses are shared amongst investors. Fund managers have complete control of specific funds of each individual investor. They preserve capital, retain investor privacy and define individual risk profiles.
The problem with anybody that wants to develop into a prosperous trader in the field of foreiegn currency exchange, is that they will have to spend countless hours monitoring and tracking movements in the market, so a lot of the time, they will find it a challenging and complex process. Most individuals that want to trade the foreign currency marketplace don’t have the time or aspiration to firstly, study and learn all the fundamentals and secondly, trade relentlessly with high attentiveness and diligence. As a consequence of these issues, foreign currency exchange accounts that are managed by professional traders were designed as a way to create an alternative investment for individuals and corporations that don’t particularly want to trade for themselves but wish for portfolio diversification at the same time.
The idea of trading in the foreign currency market appears to many people as being a very desirable prospect. Each and every day, over $5,000,000,000,000 ($5 trillion) dollars changes hands in the currency market which is the largest financial market by a massive margin. Huge amounts of profit can be acquired in no time at all. However, on the other side of the coin, massive losses can and do occur. That’s why nowadays, the starting capital to open an account is very low allowing investors a chance to get involved, without risking too much of their capital. It’s only been a few years that investors with ten thousand dollars, or even less, have been able to get involved with this particular investment opportunity. Prior to this, only individuals and corporations that had upwards of ONE MILLION dollars could benefit from managed forex accounts.
As you will have no doubt seen, there are a lot of providers of managed fx services that you can choose from. There are many frequently asked questions, which account do you go for? First and foremost, before you invest your money, you have to carry out decent due diligence. It is very important because there are some excellent services out there, and some not so good. There are some that are just going to run with your money. You can read more about conducting due diligence here.
All forex managed funds will experience diverse performance results. Some funds can achieve very high returns, 300% to 400% and more probably a lot more per annum. I don’t know how much because I am not in that bracket yet. Typically, a much higher starting capital is required by the investor to open a very high yield account, and they are mostly by invitation only.
I have investigated extensively many different managed fx accounts. The normal minimum starting capital is ten thousand dollars, sometimes less. From what I have seen, with ten thousand dollars starting capital, with most companies you can expect to achieve an average of 4% to 5% returns per month, some more, some less.
As an example, I have made a spread sheet to illustrate the amount of money that can be made by investors if the profits were 10% per month, the performance fees 35% and the minimum starting amount was ten thousand dollars. You will notice that after 3 years, the net monthly returns are over 9 times the amount that they were when the account was first started and the $10,000 dollars deposit has risen to over $96,000 dollars.
Click on the image to go to the compound calculator and enter your own figures.
The compounding interest really starts to mount up over the years. For maximum benefit from the account, profits should be left to compound, however, cash can be withdrawn whenever the investor wants to withdraw it and could be used as part of a monthly cash flow.
Please click on this link to get your compound calculator