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FX trader, Jarratt Davis, launches managed account

Jarratt Davis, considered by many to be one of the best private FX traders in the world at the moment, has launched an introductory managed account programme for first time investors. The launch comes in the wake of the popularity of his educational resources.

Although managed accounts are traditionally set up by hedge fund managers for larger investors who value the transparency and additional security a managed account brings, Davis is targeting his version at the retail market in the UK.

“I have provided managed account programmes for many years to high-net worth clients and established financial institutions, producing consistent returns for clients who have invested money into forex. I didn’t think it was fair that this service was only available for investors who have access to approximately £250,000 worth of capital. To many first time traders this amount is unrealistic. I wanted to help these first time investors – so I decided to create an introductory managed account programme for those with less capital,” Davis said.

“A large amount of investors believe that a large deposit is required to generate returns in forex. However, this isn’t always true. During my career I have seen traders and investors with limited capital create substantial returns. Due to this experience, I decided to develop my introductory managed accounts programme. Prospective investors can sign-up to my introductory managed account programme with an initial starting deposit of £30,000.”

Davis already manages money for high net worth investors and has also developed educational tools for forex traders interested in adopting his techniques of fundamental analysis.

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