TheFXHelpers offers Forex managed accounts as alternative investments to diversify your portfolio with. They have absolute returns, so even during times when the market is in a downturn you can still make money. For investors that don’t have enough money to invest in a hedge fund but are looking for hedge fund like returns a Managed Forex Account is a great option. You don’t trade stocks for yourself – you have a stock broker. You don’t trade mutual funds by yourself – you have a financial advisor for that.
Trading for yourself in the Forex market can be exceedingly challenging. Profitable trading requires not only constant monitoring of movements of currencies and fundamental events, but also solid experience in risk management and thorough knowledge of the market intricacies. Many Forex investors do not have these vital skills. Hence, Managed Forex Accounts were created as alternative investments to diversify your portfolio with and for investors with risk capital who do not necessarily want to trade on their own. They have absolute returns, so even during times when the market is in a downturn you can still make money.
In a Managed Forex Account the owner of the account grants permission to the professional trader to trade on his/her behalf. Unlike mutual funds or hedge funds which commingle your funds with those of other investors, a Managed Forex Account is in your name and all or part of your funds can be redeemed at the end of the trading period. There is no lock up period.
The managed account allows you to monitor the activity in your account. Based on your long-term goals, risk tolerance, and time horizon, you may want to invest with one of our managed accounts.
1. Trading opportunities in both rising and falling markets
2. Asset diversification from foreign exchange trading
3. Professional Forex account management
4. Diversified Forex trading discipline using the major currencies only
5. Real-time account management and reporting
6. Liquidity of assets – money can be withdrawn at any time
7. Low initial investment for a managed account – starting from $10,000