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Hi Everyone, A lot of people are investing in the stock market as a preparation for retirement days. Yes, it is one primary reason why you should start getting involved in the world of trading but there are other valid reasons you might need to look at. Investing in the stock market means for most people, securing their immediate future and of course hoping that along the way, they earn a considerable amount of cash. Investing in the stock market could give you the power and means to possibly buy the home you've always wanted. While you do not essentially need the full money upfront, you still need the money for down payments to lower down the interest and get a good deal. With a better deal, you will pay less over the years you need to complete to pay the house in full. It also means that you will have immediate equity in your home as an additional bonus. Another good benefit of investing in the stock market is you are not only preparing your future but as well as your children's future. Winning big in the market possibly set up scenarios in which you could send your kids to college for them to start establishing their careers and make their dreams and your dreams a reality. This is yet another long term goal but not that long compared to retirement.
I invested 60% of my retirement payment on Coin Bull and Paperex with the mindset of getting it multiplied and enjoying a better retirement life. It was sweet and smooth from the start, withdrawals were easy and consistent until it gets to a point I started to be denied withdrawals and that was how I lost all money, I couldn't get my investment amount back not talk of the bonuses. I contacted several lawyers but it was all waste of time and money, they couldn't render an inch of help. God so good to my old self and family, I later met with a certified binary options recovery expert that helped me recover my money within 5days from the brokers(Coin Bull), it was worth it, he was able to retrieve my funds. If you have found yourself in same situation as me you can contact the expert on '' Hacknet1seven1( A T)p r o t o n m a i l ( d o t c o m )" also he can render any other desired hacking services, I can assure he would be able to help you just as he helped me, you can give him a try if you don't mind. Binary options brokers shouldn't get away with this.
Hello Everyone I have been trading for 12 years. I have finally become profitable for the last 2 years after learning about portfolio management and hedging tactics. My general approach is Global Macro (Long/Short) and it includes Stocks, Futures, and Forex. I finally cleaned up my multiple accounts and created 1 account (Interactive Brokers/IB) in Mid 2014, for the purpose of tracking my performance. This account is available for audit, if and when required, hopefully after fellow Speculators see my Performance and Risk profile and like it I will share my performance using the IB's Portfolio reporting's Risk Measures Benchmark Comparison (which is attached). The full report will be available for auditing for serious parties. QUESTION: Which forum would be the best for sharing my performance in an effort to get interest from other Speculators? this one? other web sites better? My current performance as seen in attached PDF page for the period Sep 1, 2014 - Feb 4, 2015 is Return: 30% Sharpe Ratio: 3.57 Sortino Ratio: 6.12 Calmar Ratio: 28.18 Thank you and appreciate your help. 1PG-PUBLIC-Sept_2014_February_2015.pdf