michalinaobrienFeb 24, 2017 부터 멤버 게시물22
Jul 04 2017 at 06:49
A lot of alternative investments have a high minimum investment rate and fee structures as opposed to mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. There is also less opportunity to issue performance data and advertise to possible investors. Unlike conventional investments alternative assets offer low liquidity as you will find that selling the asset will be more difficult because of a limited amount of numbers compared to conventional assets.
It depends on what you mean by 'alternative'. You could consider trading exotic currencies as 'alternative' and you can do that with many brokers
High minimum investment is not possible for me, since I’m a retail Forex trader! I started my live trading with only 200$; in addition, right now my trading equity is more than 10K. So low trading investment is not a permanent problem actually!
You are talking about here Institutional Forex traders! Yes, they have huge trading capital for trading with a decent trading skill! By the way, I am a retail Forex trader and I have a plan for being a institutional player in near future.
Whatever one is investing in they should be careful to make sure they are not getting scammed. Australians alone have lost 13.3 million AUD since the start of the year because of various investment scams. (https://www.forexbrokerz.com/news/Australians-have-lost-over-AUD13-mln-to-investment-scams-since-January) Always double-check the company you are working with.
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