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Welcome to my managed forex accounts review site.

Date 17th December 2015

I wanted to do a review site because nobody else was really doing it. I have invested in several but none have really set the world alight. Some have been awful, to say the least. You can read more about them on this site on various pages.

I am updating this page because one managed account has come to light that I think could become exceptional, it is – Wealthified. The returns over two years are very good indeed.

Wealthified Statements

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Apart from the great returns, their account has some super added benefits.

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First of all is the low minimum of $5,000 US dollars starting capital required. The majority of other managed funds need at least $10,000 US dollars.

Next is the performance fee. Other funds charge between 25% to 50%. This trader is only asking for 15% performance fee, (I can see this going up to 25% very soon), plus a nominal $50 per million dollars traded.

The broker is Dukascopy Bank SA, (one of the finest brokers around), where you will need to open an account. Dukascopy Bank SA
Route de Pre-Bois 20, ICC, Entrance H,1215 Geneva 15, Switzerland.

Your deposit is also protected by the Swiss government up to CHF 100.000

You really need to check this one out as it could be an excellent opportunity. The low 15% performance fee may increase at any time. To find out much more, head on over to their website right now by visiting Wealthified or clicking the link below.

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Accounts That I Am Currently Investing In


Accounts That I Am Considering


Accounts That I Am Not Investing In

New UK FCA Regulated Account

You may want to check out this account that has only just opened up in the UK. The great thing about this account is that it is fully FCA compliant in the UK.

The other unique factor that you may carefully consider is that YOU can set the amount, up to 80%, that you want to risk. So, if you only are prepared to lose 20% of your capital, then you can do so.

Anyway, have a look at this review page because it goes into more detail about the account.



Martin Loader