REALLY hard to believe you are trading this strategy at one of FXCM's regulated divisions. FCA, NFA, etc do not allow the type of leverage/margin you are using to generate this type of return. Maybe you are using FXCM Bermuda??:
'FXCM Markets Limited ('FXCM Markets') is incorporated in Bermuda as an operating subsidiary within the FXCM group of companies (collectively, the 'FXCM Group' or 'FXCM'). FXCM Markets is not required to hold any financial services license or authorization in Bermuda to offer its products and services.'
In which case you should not be implying that you are dealing with an FCA, NFA, FSCA, NFA regulated entity. It's not true. FXCM's FCA regulation in the UK, or regulation under other trusted regulatory bodies in other countries, does not apply to any business they are doing with their Bermuda operation. They CLEARLY state that they operate with no license and require no authorization to offer their products in Bermuda. So why are you trying to imply that you are trading with a regulated entity........ to make people feel 'safe'?
You say you are offering your services for a 'management fee'? What is the performance fee you charge?
We use FXCM UK, we are using FXCM for years, and according the volume of our business we never use unreliable branches . About your question about leverage , we added positions when we gain free margin by those trades which are in profit and then we add more .
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