25 April 2007

Forex and Global Futures

I have savings for retirement scattered amongst many different plans. I have IRAs for the years that I have been self-employed; annuities, State and Teachers Retirement System pensions for the years I worked for the State of Texas and the State University system. While I have tried to save as much as I was able, the market has not been good to my retirement plans.

I have been conservative in my investment strategies and it is not paying off. The closer I get to retirement age, the more I see that I will be living in poverty or working part time until I die. Lately, I have been looking at FOREX (FOReign EXchange), an international exchange market where currencies are bought and sold. Forex as a way to earn a real profit on investments.

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FOREX trading and global futures are extremely risky investments and should only be used as a supplement to other, more conservative, investments. If you have spare capital and training you may be successful. To that end, Global Futures Exchange & Trading Co., Inc. has free simulated trading accounts.

1 comment:

Forex Trading Course said...

It can truly be tempting to put all your savings into a Forex investment. What you need to keep in mind is to keep things in moderation because it is never advisable to be too greedy when engaging in Forex trading. And before you start trading, it always helps to go through a Forex trading course so you can have a better understanding of the market and the different strategies you can use while trading.

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