Frequently Asked Questions

What is Forex?
Forex stands for Foreign Currency Exchange. It’s the world’s largest market with about four to five trillion dollars a day in volume. Every single bank in the world trades forex and the majority of their profits comes from trading. ForexManagedFund.com’s elite fund managers take advantage of the currency fluctuations caused by economic turmoil to make profit.

Isn't Forex risky?
Even though forex is considered as high risk for individuals who do not know how to trade it, Forex ManagedFund.com’s team has decades of experience and they take extremely minimal risk. You can compare trading Forex to driving on a highway, if you do not have any experience and you get in the car, your chances of having an accident are extremely high. However if you have had proper training and had twenty or thirty years of driving experience, then the chances of accidents are extremely low. That is the very reason why ForexManagedFund.com has some of the best fund managers in the industry to deliver the best result with minimal risk.

Do I have control over my money? If the answer is yes, then how is that possible?
To get started, you need to open a forex account with a broker. Brokers are just like banks. Your account with the broker is just like a bank account but you cannot write cheques from there or use it to make everyday purchases. You can withdraw money anytime, you can deposit money anytime, you can view your account balance twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Once you have opened the account you will attach and manage the account by yourself. Once you have attached the account with us, you will be given a choice to specify how much you want to risk, how aggressive or conservative you wish to trade etc. Remember, we only provide trade signals. YOU are managing your own money. WE DON’T MANAGE YOUR MONEY. ForexManagedFund.com is only offering forex trading signals that are copied in your account. Once your account will get attached to our account, whatever trading we will do in our account, will get duplicated in your account. At the end of the month, you share the profit.

How much profit do you share?
ForexManagedFund.com shares the profit fifty-fifty above the benchmark.

What if there is a loss? How does it work then?
Let’s say you started with $10,000. First month you made one thousand dollar profit. You take $500 and ForexManagedFund.com will take $500. Now your balance is $10,500. The highest balance reached in your account is also called the Benchmark. So now your benchmark is $10,500. Let’s assume, for example, that you have lost $500 next month. The balance is now $10,000. In the event that we only made $500 next month then all of it will go to you. We can't take any profit until we have met your benchmark. Now, let's assume next month you made a profit of $1000. Of that $1000, first $500 will go back to you to compensate for the loss incurred the previous month and then whatever is left over, in this case it is $500, we will share it fifty-fifty. So you will receive an additional $250 and ForexManagedFund.com will receive $250. Your new benchmark is now $10,750. Next month ForexManagedFund.com has to bring the balance above $10,750 for us to make any money.

So you are saying that if Forex managed fund.com does not make any profit, they don’t get paid anything?
That’s correct. For ForexManagedFund.com to charge you any fees, we have to take your benchmark to a higher level.

That sounds too good to be true. Is there any hidden fee, monthly fee, management fee?
We only charge you a one time administration fee of $500 payable when you open the account. Other than that, there is no monthly fee, no ongoing administration fee or any management fee. It is as simple as “if ForexManagedFund.com does not makes you profit, we don’t make anything”.