Posted September 19, 2011 at 3:56 am
by Brad Wajnman
Here’s some quick info about a new facilitated forex account I shared with our members on Friday.
We’re always on the lookout for worthwhile passive IVs (Investment Vehicles) that allow members to participate with smaller minimums.
They’re definitely harder to find, but what I revealed a few days okay inside The Wealth Vault private members’ area qualifies on both counts… with profits ranging from around 4 – 9% monthly and a minimum investment requirement of only $500 USD (plus a monthly subscription fee).
It’s actually a portfolio of three separate facilitated forex accounts that were developed by a talented trader I’ve been keeping an eye on for the past couple of years.
If you’re not familiar with this type of “set it and forget it” IV, a facilitated forex account allows investors, who aren’t interested in doing any currency trading themselves, the ability to profit from an automated system whose sole purpose is to generate above-average returns on autopilot.
Facilitated forex accounts are different than managed forex accounts in that your account is traded by a trading robot (Expert Advisor) that executes trades without any human intervention.
And unlike the majority of managed forex accounts we’ve vetted and have archived inside the WV for paid-up members, facilitated accounts don’t charge a monthly performance fee. So you get to keep 100% of your profits.
Anyone can benefit from a facilitated account without having any technical knowledge or trading experience; however, the main benefit with this particular set of automated systems is diversification.
I’ve talked to members about the use of diversification as a risk-reduction strategy before. In the stock market, we diversify by investing in different sectors.
Diversification in forex trading requires the use of several trading strategies for the same currency pairs, such as the EUR/USD.
No one trading system will be profitable under all market conditions for an extended period of time, which is why we continually say “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”
On that note, let me pass on an unusual, but important tip about this trader’s strategy, because at first glance it seems counter-intuitive.
[ Editor’s Note: * You can get the rest of Brad’s write-up, along with the contact info on this IV, by first joining the Wealth Vault using the link above, and then logging and reading the September 16th member update]