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12264

Member Since Jun 11, 2012  21 posts Geoffrey Reynolds (12264) Sep 17 2012 at 10:52
Good Afternoon All, (AU)

I've been looking into inventing my money into a PAMM account/Managed fund although I'm struggling to find
a reasonable rate of return (monthly) having figures of 30% plus which for me is just to to much risk and
 does not seem realistic in my opinion. If someone could point me in the right direction or even recommend a managed
 fund you use and what returns you are seeing.

Thankyou.
Geoffrey Reynolds.

12264

Member Since Jun 11, 2012  21 posts Geoffrey Reynolds (12264) Sep 17 2012 at 10:52
Investing* haha :/

TheLastBear

Member Since Jul 03, 2012  186 posts TheLastBear Sep 17 2012 at 12:13
Inventing did not sound too bad either ;)

Pax puts the X in Forex.
CrazyTrader

Member Since Nov 21, 2011  1711 posts CrazyTraderfx (CrazyTrader) Sep 18 2012 at 11:36
The only way to win money into this wild market is to learn to trade!

It takes time... it cost money... but it can be lucrative : )

Crazytrader

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TheLastBear

Member Since Jul 03, 2012  186 posts TheLastBear Sep 20 2012 at 14:28
That is always beneficial.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
tfdias

Member Since Feb 27, 2012  49 posts Tiago Dias (tfdias) Sep 20 2012 at 16:48
CrazyTrader posted:
The only way to win money into this wild market is to learn to trade!

It takes time... it cost money... but it can be lucrative : )

Crazytrader


Agree :)

RD123

Member Since Jun 21, 2012  12 posts FTP (RD123) Sep 23 2012 at 06:56
If you think a 30% return on Forex is 'unrealistic', I seriously doubt you know anything about Forex.

Ever heard of leverage?

If you are sweating whether or not to invest, then you can't afford to invest. Buy a bank CD or open an IRA and be happy with that.



12264 posted:
Good Afternoon All, (AU)

I've been looking into inventing my money into a PAMM account/Managed fund although I'm struggling to find
a reasonable rate of return (monthly) having figures of 30% plus which for me is just to to much risk and
 does not seem realistic in my opinion. If someone could point me in the right direction or even recommend a managed
 fund you use and what returns you are seeing.

Thankyou.
Geoffrey Reynolds.

It's not the market. It's not the spread. It's not slippage. It's not the broker. It's not the system. It's YOU. Once you stop whining and making excuses, you can start winning.
TheLastBear

Member Since Jul 03, 2012  186 posts TheLastBear Sep 28 2012 at 10:16
I agree with you FTP, 30% is definitely something every trader should accomplish without problems otherwise they are in the wrong trade.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
Kaloyan

Member Since Jul 23, 2011  2 posts Kaloyan Sep 29 2012 at 11:36
I have to agree trading yourself or with your own software is always the best bet.

TheLastBear

Member Since Jul 03, 2012  186 posts TheLastBear Oct 02 2012 at 06:59
It sure is Kaloyan, but most are to laze to put in the effort.

Pax puts the X in Forex.
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