Equitimax Managed Trading Service is celebrating its 5th Birthday in January 2017.
Starting in Australia in 2012 the Equitimax Managed trading service has experienced consistent performance over the last 5 years.
The strategies Equitimax provide have achieved returns of over 50% per annum for investors. They have been regulated in Australia and following the huge success of their strategy called Equitimax Tiger they set up their services under a FCA regulated environment in the UK.
2016 has been their best year as they were awarded “Best Trading Strategy Provider in the UK” in the Global Financial Market Review Awards 2016.
Also there managed trading service has been approved by Sipp provider James Hay. James Hay have reviewed the regulated service and approved it.
If you are based in the UK and manage you own pension through a Sipp – the Equitimax managed trading service is now available for you to deposit your sipp into. The minimum deposit level for a Sipp is £40k and further details about this can be found by visiting www.equitimax.com
In November 2016 the monthly performance of the managed trading service achieved a return of 5.8%
To carry out your own reviews of the Equitimax managed trading service this can be done by visiting the performance results pages of the websites.
If you are looking to review your investments at the end of 2016 then the Equitimax Managed Trading service is something for you to review as we believe it could provide a good choice for 2017.
Forex managed accounts has been on the rise in the last few years as more and more traders or individuals who have struggled to trade look for alternatives as a way to grow their fx investment. When looking for a managed forex provider it is important you review their legal status and whether they are regulated. There are very few retails forex managed account providers.
Good luck in 2017 and we hope you find this review of the Equitimax managed trading service useful and you strongly consider using them to manage your account in 2017.
Happy Christmas and Happy New Year for 2016