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Introduction

This relatively small page serves as an introduction to all those that, for the most various reasons, may not have yet sufficient notions to correctly comprehend all that is spoken on this website, or that possibly have them but may want to take a "shortcut" to try to figure out what services are given by GFX-Trading.com in a quick and easy way, with easy terms, without having to take a small crash-course on that matter before.

Trying to express it all in just one sentence, we can say that GFX-Trading.com has systems that invest alone and without any human intervention, providing those profits that can be seen on our main page's placard, and that provide our users ways to put their computers investing in a 100% automated way in they own homes, with their own money, without putting any efforts and stress for them, as if their machines would become virtual brokers and 100% dedicated to them and investing 24h per day to give them a health increase day after day. But it is advised that you read a little better this page before continuing to the rest of our website, in case you haven't got yet sufficient notions in this area.

Why invest our money?

First place, what should we do when we have extra money that we don't need to spend in something? One thing is for sure it shouldn't stay frozen. If it isn't put to give some kind of profit for its owner, it ends up losing its real purchasing power year after year, letting its owner buy less and less stuff each year with it, being the opposite effect to the ideal that should be expected to happen, which is health increase for its owner and not its gradual decrease with time.

Usually, people end up putting their savings somewhere to increase their health, and there are many ways to do it. Some put their savings in fixed rate deposits, but that option would be something that rarely even covers the inflation rate increase each year, making their savings only keeping up to date with the current real purchasing value of money instead of increasing that value by multiplying that money, as it would be desired.

The choice on how to invest our money

The solution in those cases, which occurs to many, would be the one to invest their money. The problem is, without knowing how to do it, because after all few really know how to invest, many times end up seeing their money in investment funds, letting that way their banks or brokers manage their savings. But they usually get frustrated with the funds' performances. It's frequent to see some of the best investment funds with performances of only 10% in 5 years, including those more aggressive ones sometimes, equivalent to the performances that we could have in normal fixed rate deposits during that same period of time, not to speak when those investment funds even after some years maintain their selves with negative performances, making their users lose money.

Those who invest and know how to do it, say a lot: "If the investment funds' managers really knew how to invest, they wouldn't do it for banks and brokerage firms neither would need to work, because they would become rich investing their own money for themselves". This sentence has its own truth, but there is also the possibility that there may be those who know how to invest well, but may enjoy working on that area for banks and brokerage firms just for personal taste or to build up a career, but that doesn't make false the fact that their funds have performances a lot distant from those levels to be expected them to have to make someone rich. In part, that can be due to the fact that those banks manage millions and billions of dollars, and for that reason not being possible for them to "bet" on higher risk moves, with risk enough to allow them to have decent earnings, being that reason the one that leads lots of people to start investing on their own.

The choice to invest

What kind of health and richness can be generated with tax deposit rates at 3% per year? 3% per year would give us something like 34% in about 10 years. Someone that would invest 10,000 would have to wait 10 years to be this way with some miserable 13,400, or in other words, to have a profit of 3,400 only, not to mention that it would be an even lower profit than we might think, as it wouldn't almost be enough to keep up with annual inflation rises.

But almost all of them, sooner or later, end up noticing, whether it is on TV or in newspapers and magazines, or even other places, that there are financial assets with variations for example of about 3% per day, or even more, may it be stocks, or even by looking to those foreign exchange placards on banks and noticing that the Euro coin may have risen 5% on last week against the dollar. In the end, they end up adding 2+2 and reaching the conclusion that they could do in only one day, investing in some financial asset, what would take them 365 days to do in simple bank deposits for example, or even some investment funds, and end up thinking that sometimes, they could do profit hundreds of times faster than in those other ways.

Now what those persons don't realize, is that those imaginary gains of 3% per day aren't to be taken for granted, and aren't also as secure as those of the bank deposits, which in spite of being too low, all the money that is put in them never suffer from depreciation, and they would give us guaranteed profits at fixed rates, as well as the fact that when we invest in any financial asset, as stocks for example, we are liable to losses, when we don't know well how to invest.

The most simple way to invest in some kind of financial asset, and in this case we'll take as an example a stock from some company, would be the choice to buy it, hopping that we would see its price rise on the stock markets, so its owner could that way sell it at higher prices later and ending up assuming some kind of gain, and repeat that process continuously, earning each time more and more. Now the problem is that not always a stock we have just bought ends up seeing its price rising and giving us profits, it can depreciate, giving us losses. As it isn't always easy to predict if a certain asset is going to rise or fall in the near future, lots of those investment choices can end up in losses, instead of having our so much desired gains.

What do statistics say?

For those reasons, there are even those who say that about 90% of the persons who invest, end up loosing money and quitting the investment world, according to some, in less than six months, being replaced by others. Almost everyone has already bought stocks from companies, even if it happened in Initial Public Offerings (IPO's). Continuing this subject, some say that only 10% of those persons continue to invest on those markets, and that only 1% of them ends up achieving that so desired richness.

If those so many times mentioned statistics really reflect reality, which is obvious in a certain way because we don't see many people becoming rich everyday in the investment world, that would mean that the investment process would be a lot more complicated than we might think at first thought. In the end, it means that there are 1% of traders who have to prove that they are better than the other 99% and getting rich by being on the top 1% of traders. Markets rise and fall, and traders bet on those rises and falls, but there is no money appearing in the world for that, it simply changes hands. Basically, for 1 person to be able to gain 100, maybe another 100 persons lose 1 each, or 10 persons lose 10 each. The best traders gain money that the worst ones lose. It is a kind of balance that exists in the financial world, as well as in many other things in nature.

What makes a good trader?

It is not enough for a person to study the maximum that is possible about financial markets, to learn how to earn money in those markets. Even a brilliant visual mathematician mind, studying a lot and having his natural and obvious skills for chart interpretation and pattern recognition amongst other things that may have to do with investments, may not be able to become part of that 1% top of traders, if he had not from the start some inherent particular "gift" for Trading. Of course that if he doesn't try hard enough or doesn't have certain skills that separate him from the other 99% of traders, he wouldn't be able to be part of those 1% on top anyway, but the question of what that particular "gift" which is spoken is, is difficult to answer, it's something that many traders will never be able to define and explain, we can simply say that there are persons with that particular "gift" to invest and trade and others without it, it's like some kind of instinct, or a skill, although that fact doesn't avoid the possibility that some could be able to make profits without having it, but at the cost of a lot of additional effort and maybe luck.

Human Emotions and Trading

Now, there are those who say that part of that so much desired and necessary "gift" to trading, would be in some way an innate skill to control certain human emotions. Great authors from the financial world have already written about that theme, the human emotions. Martin Pring for example, has written well about the three main human emotions that would affect a human trader: Hope, Fear and Greed. If we're going to think about it well, he was right about it, by taking that psychological approach to the investments theme.

Greed:

Let's see Greed: how many good traders, even those that would see themselves on the top 1% of best traders, haven't already lost opportunities to win money due to their greed? Let's see the case of an investor that decides to buy a certain financial asset, and sees its value increase a lot. How many times, due to Greed, doesn't that trader decide to continue with that asset in his possession for wanting it to become even more profitable and that way obtain greater profits, ending that asset to, contrary to what would be expected, depreciate and making that way its owner lose money due to that Greed factor?

Fear:

Fear is another human emotion to be controlled. Let's imagine a trader that buys an asset, and that instead of seeing it appreciating, would see it starting to depreciate. Taken by Fear, instead of thinking rationally and possibly waiting a little longer for that asset in his possession to have time to recover its losses, he would fear it would lose even more value and ends up selling that asset before it's the adequate time to do that. How many traders wouldn't have positive instead of negative results if they hadn't let themselves be taken by Fear instead of waiting for their assets to recover their value?

Hope:

Hope is maybe the slowest and most destructive of emotions in the world of trading. It's due to those emotions that many traders, after buying some financial asset like for example a simple stock, by noticing that it depreciates even more, see themselves waiting for it to recover its value, ending that way loosing even more and more during their waiting. While Fear can lead a trader to get out of a position too soon, Hope has the opposite effect. Histories about traders that buy stocks at 300 and 400 each and much more, that end up seeing their stocks falling to half the price, and later to 1/10 of their initial prices, and not wanting to sell them in the hope that they will recover their value one day, are a lot more frequent than we might think of at start. There are still today stocks at prices some hundred times lower than they were a few years ago during the technological and Internet stocks' boom in Nasdaq for example, how many investors that bought them haven't lost so much money with them due to that emotion already?

Sometimes there are decisions in the world of trading that must be taken in a few seconds, and these emotions, although they maybe look only things that happen sometimes at mid and long term, they happen frequently in those few seconds where we can win or lose lots of money and need to take a quick decision. A trader that doesn't control these emotions will never have constant gains in his investments.

There are other factors relative to investments that make human beings having worse performances with time, specially psychological exhaustion, the stress of seeing their money appreciating and depreciating all the time, and even the frustration and anger of losing money in an excused way due to those emotions that each trader always tries to contain but isn't always able to, thanks to the fact of being after all, only human. Lots of traders, even having lots of success, end up having nervous breakdowns with the passage of time due to the huge stress that presses them on a daily basis.

The search for other solutions

One apparently correct solution at the start would be the one of trying to put to invest our money, not by ourselves but by other entities. Someone that could invest our money, not through investment funds but by brokers, which can take care of our money in an individual way as if it was theirs. The problem is that, not only those brokers are not at reach for most people, as they don't also have the performances that lots of us want to have, neither can help up get rich in a faster way due to their low performances, and if they were on the top 1% of traders, they wouldn't possibly need to live everyday with the stress of having to invest others' money everyday, but instead resting and seeing their own money being invested by thirds for having already enough for them.

Eliminating emotions from the equation

The one that could be considered as an "ultimate trader", a perfect investor, could never possibly be human, according to the point of view of many. Not only due to the inherent emotions of a human being, but also due to the nervous breakdowns and damages caused by the stress involved in the equation at mid and long terms in that trader's mind.

Where could we search for that ultimate trader? Perfection could never be accomplished, but certain human flaws could be eliminated from the process. The ideal would be basically, to take advantage from what we all have at home: the computer. Take advantage of the machine, "enslave" that machine to give us a better life, an effortless and relaxed life. A computer doesn't have emotions, doesn't commit mistakes that don't come with its programming since its creation, doesn't suffer from nervous breakdowns, doesn't need breaks, doesn't suffer from accumulated stress, and any machine can be put to act like if we were talking about a real human being, like a human trader, as long as we know how to put inside it everything that it has do "know" do be it. It could be at the end, an unstoppable and untiring flawless trader.

But would it be possible to have a computer investing instead of a human being? A machine being better in investments and trading, than 99% of the persons who do it in real life? After all how can a machine watch news, analyze numbers and data that go out everyday and that can affect the markets? Or doesn't it have to do it?

The concept of Technical Analysis

Without wanting to write a profound text about this subject, we could divide the types of analysis that are usually made on a daily basis at by traders in two types: Technical and Fundamental Analysis. In a very summarized way, we can say that Fundamental Analysis are more often applied to mid and long term time periods, because they're a kind of analysis where we look more to the assets' fundamentals, as companies' profits, their projects and situation on the markets, their possibilities of making gains and evolving in the future, the news that come out about them at newspapers everyday, etc.

But a trader that may want to make money in a faster way won't be years waiting to make some profit to come, and should for that reason be based more in a type of investment, which is designated as Speculation. Those traders end up buying and selling assets lots of times, on the same day sometimes, hopping to win money with those assets' price variations. That is possible because markets rise and fall constantly during each passing day. Now if the fundamentals would tell us that a firm for example, would have some kind of tendency to see its stocks rise at long term, how would we predict anyway that stock's moves each day until that happen? There are no news during all those days that makes them rise and fall all the time as they do, so there should be another way to try to predict those moves.

And there is. It's the so-called Technical Analysis. Technical Analysts, without wanting to write to much about this subject, are a kind of analysis that are based not in news and fundamentals, but in charts, basically. For a Technical Analysis Purist, there may be nothing wrong in the act of buying stocks from a firm that is technically broke and that can go out of the market soon, if he knows that the stock has lots of chances to rise in the markets on the next few days due to some strange factor. In that case that technical analyst would buy that firm's stocks, to be able to sell them later at a higher price, even if that company would go broke and out of the markets soon. This would happen because charts in this case could tell him that the stock would have some tendency do rise meanwhile. Basically, Technical Analysis would have told him to buy, and he did.

Through Technical Analysis, it is possible to try to predict with some success the prices' moves happening everyday on the markets all around the world. Basically, why should we try to put a machine accomplishing the practically impossible job of going out everyday to buy some newspaper and interpret news to know if the firms which the stocks in its portfolio refer to are going to rise or fall, amongst other things, if that would only influence in some way the markets at mid and long term, being what we want, to speculate on those markets gaining money in a quicker way at short term without having to care about the future of those firms?

Being things like that, only one question stays in the air: is it possible for a computer so simulate the human mind on the interpretation of charts and trying to predict prices' evolution to obtain profits? Lets start studying a little more about this subject.

Artificial Intelligence applied to Trading

At much more years ago than we might thing about, human being as been making experiments in the Artificial Intelligence field, at decades, to tell the truth. But only nowadays with the evolution of technology can we reach certain levels of sophistication. Nowadays all games have some kind of Artificial Intelligent component in its programming and some of them pretty well developed, and not only those programs already with decades of existence which knew how to play Chess very well.

When we speak about Artificial Intelligence, we are not referring to that much stronger type of Artificial Intelligence seen frequently on the movies and which would take a machine to gain a certain level of self-consciousness, because we still have many years ahead of us until we may reach that level of technological perfection. A machine could never have on the present days the proactive Intelligence of a human being with self-consciousness, but could have a level of "intelligence" high enough to be able to execute certain tasks better than him, and that demand a certain level of intelligence, automating complicated tasks to grant us a not only physical but also and specially mental rest.

A machine, can analyse charts, doing its own Technical Analysis, in a much quicker way than a human being could, and take the decisions that human beings would take also, as their programming would dictate, in time periods as small as thousandths of seconds, and which could take the human being even hours or days to decide, in part due to the indecision factor in human beings which doesn't exist in machines. Of course that a human being can in a certain situation change his ideas and go against his beliefs, following his instinct, and make profit where the machine would maybe make a loss, maybe for not having that "instinct" like the human being has, but it is possible to imitate part of that human component, that logical thought that the human trader has everyday, and that way try to create an alter-ego of that person, but a much more disciplined one, without emotions, which theoretically wouldn't commit human flaws and would never get tired.

Even if that machine hadn't got as much profit as its creator, if it would make enough profit for the user to be able to stop investing personally, it would improve a lot the user's quality of life, and would be desirable, specially if it would make more profit than the other theoretical 99% of traders that will never become rich.

Through a centralized order distribution center that transmits instructions to many automated agents via Internet, a machine could invest not only substituting a trader but also substituting many traders in a simultaneous way, using for that objective the resources present on each user's computer. This way, a Trading System, once created the means for all to happen, could manage without any effort and in a 100% automated way, the portfolios of thousands of users in simultaneous and in real time, having this way a machine replacing thousands of brokers.

For some time now that banks and financial institutions use Artificial Intelligence systems, not only for doing tasks relative to organization, but also for investing in financial assets like stocks. You can know a little more about that by clicking here.

It can even be consulted, a small news about some experiments that the company IBM had related to Artificial Intelligence applied to Trading, and in this particular case being an article about an experiment in which the machines were able to have a superior gain to the human traders already in the year of 2001. Click here to know more about this.

The notion of Trading System

A Trading System is in its most simple explanation, a group of rules and instructions, which lead a trader or a machine to take decisions in investments. Not all trading systems work in an automated way. A user can define a group of rules, which he himself stipulates and to which he obligates himself to follow day after day, disciplining that way his investments, and would be acting according to a trading system of his own, in spite of being a manual one because he would have to execute the system's orders manually.

But the trading systems which are spoken of on this website, are those which are 100% mechanized, that means, they work, decide when to buy and sell, and execute those orders in the markets, without any human intervention. Now, how easy can it be to make a system of that kind in a 100% automated way and that gives profits to the point of making someone rich after some time of investing?

The notion of Holy Grail of Trading

The Holy Grail as all know, is something that has been pursued and searched throughout History but that until nowadays it seems that nobody still possesses it or even knows where it may be found. The world of trading also has its own Holy Grail.

A Holy Grail on Trading is basically something that all want to have, like a golden egg chicken. It's a 100% mechanized trading system, which not only gives orders of buy and sell alone, as also decides completely alone whenever it should enter and leave a position, and even more important, a system that makes profits in a consistent way and that brings richness to the its user. Many confuse the Holy Grail of Trading with something that has the obligation to get right on almost the totality of orders which it executes, and for that reason it is associated to something that is impossible to reach, because to be able to accomplish that it would need to be able to predict the future, which is something impossible to do, but at the end, a Holy Grail is only something that can give those levels of profit mentioned before, which is a lot difficult but not impossible.

The first example about a trader which was able to apparently do something that can be classified as a Holly Grail of Trading by some, at least at his own time although nowadays it wouldn't have the same effect due to the markets being more erratic and difficult to predict respecting to their behaviours, is someone named Ed Seykota, which had degrees in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Management from MIT, 1969, and that according to some, was able to make one of his accounts reach a gain of 250,000% in 16 years. For that time, it may seem a little complicated in a certain way, since there seem not to exist at the time sufficient means to test trading systems in computers, but on the other hand, it is knew that he had access to those computers, IBM mainframes amongst others to run his tests, so that apparent difficult wasn't something that stand in his way, and it is also known that the markets at that same and in a few years ago where a lot more easy to predict than nowadays, with greater and greater number of new traders coming into the markets everyday and to the fact that nowadays the markets are more and more erratic and difficult to predict.

According to some, a reasonable trader or even one a bad one, could have been a great trader some years ago, for being used to those much more complex markets that exist actually. For that reason, it is a lot more difficult to predict price variations nowadays, in much more erratic markets, and even more difficult to build mechanic trading systems that can survive with some success to those markets without any human intervention.

Anyway, those 250,000% of evolution made in 16 years, are not something impossible to repeat, in spite of giving to Mr. Ed Seykota System, according to some, a "Holy Grail" title in the world of Trading, having even being considered as one of the "Market Wizards" by some, a name which doesn't need any explanation about its meaning. But maybe we should consider the "Holy Grail" term something a little over exaggerated, because a trading system can never guarantee with certainties that it will always maintain that evolution in the future, as well as the investment funds which always alert their users that past results are never guarantees of future results. For that reason, for not being possible to exist any kind of guarantees about the future, it's considered by many that there are no "Holy Grails". But we know that it is possible to have those kinds of systems, and that there are in reality, systems capable of those amazing profits.

The actual GFX-Trading.com system's performances

Those performances mentioned before made by Mr. Ed Seykota, can be done again nowadays, in spite of not being possible to be done with those systems that he developed in the past. If we click here, we can see that the GFX-Trading.com own Hourly System in only about 3 and a half years, although it wasn't applied in its totality in real time trading, had a profit of about 196,431,19% on those 3 and a half years, with a 10/1 leverage only, which is in fact the maximum leverage recommended by us. That profit would pass well the 1,000,000% profit barrier if calculated since February of 2002 and not 2005 as it is. The profit calculation since 2002 was stopped on that page, but it is being exposed in real time in our main page to guarantee our users maximum transparency, something confirmed by them everyday.

Just to give an example, during the year of 2005, there was a profit on our hourly system of around 1,000% on those 12 months, meaning that the initial balance was multiplied by 10 with a leverage of only 10/1 (being leverage a irrelevant term to explain now in this page but that we explain it on other pages of our website), making whoever that had invested 10,000 on the first day of 2005 to have at the end of that year 10 times more money, that means, 100,000 as balance, if that trader could copy the system's profits, and the term "if" was used because at that time the GFX-Trading.com hadn't already launched our automated trading tools, which were only released to the public during the year of 2006, meaning that before that time our users had to execute their trades manually 24 hours per day, something that at the time would difficult their task of having the same profits as the ones had by the system, but being a problem which doesn't exist nowadays, the lack of those automation tools.

It is impossible to predict if those 1,000% in one year at 2005 will happen again in the following years, when those systems could have even more than those 1,000% profit, or even less, but if the systems would continue having a gain of 1,000% per year in 2006 and 2007, something still not possible to know to the date when this text was written, we would have a 100,000% profit gain in just 3 years between 2005 and 2008, results exposed in real time on our main page, and confirmed and seen by all our users which use our trading systems in real time as well as receiving our trading systems' signals at home via email and not only, which can watch our systems' performances everyday.

How difficult it is to make trading systems like those?

We can say that the difficulty of making these kind of gains in trading systems can be reversely proportional to the quantity of trading systems with those kind of gains nowadays, and let's refer to real and functional trading systems, and not theories neither experiments. This means, that the difficulty is a lot greater than the one we might think of at start.

We are talking of course, about trading systems at the level of quality of those spoken above and those exposed at our websites, not only automated, but with a more advanced level of "Artificial Intelligence". It's necessary to mention this, for the simple reason that we can consider a simple group of rules, which tell us to buy whenever the price rises above the last day's price, and sell when the price falls below the last day's price, as a trading system. Any group of simple rules can be considered in terms of definition as a trading system, but not the kind of trading systems that we have spoken above, as this manual trading system that we've spoken now would give a total loss in a few time. For many, a trading system is made only with rules and simple indicators used by all everyday, something that makes impossible for them to give a decent profit, also for discarding any type of human thought simulation, being lots of them based in pure statistics, and for that reason giving losses.

Now who can create trading systems with this level of intelligence? Without a doubt that it would have to be someone with excellent knowledge about computers and mathematics, to be able to create a system and translating it later to a group of instructions which would be possible to be read and executed by a computer, and passing also to the machine part of its creator's way of thinking and acting, things that we would expect the machine to copy in terms of its behaviour later, becoming capable of the no easy task of making that machine in a certain way "think" like that trader which it pretends to copy, it's creator. That way, we can make a trading system with a good level of Artificial Intelligence and very good results.

Usually, only those traders who are 100% dedicated to trading end up being part of those 1% top traders that manage to become rich by investing. But anyway, if it is already difficult to find those 1% top traders, it will be even more difficult to find one of them who could be included amongst those who have the exceptional characteristics of knowledge in computer programming which could pass those traders' way of thinking to a machine and being able that way to make it give profit with no human hands on it. Mr. Ed Seykota for example, holds degrees on MIT and was prepared to work with computers and to do that kind of research at the time, and being also an excellent trader for his time, fundamental characteristics to the creation of his trading systems, in spite of being easier to have positive results in his time with simpler trading systems than nowadays with more complex ones.

It is because of this reason that it isn't any computer programmer specialist that can make a trading system without already being part of those 1% top traders, because even if he is a computer genie, we won't be it also in trading, and wouldn't know what to pass to the machine itself, and the reason because the top 1% traders are not able to do trading systems that emulate their way of thinking on their majority is for not having enough programming skills for that. Without having someone on the top of both those areas, no one could create trading systems with performances of this nature. Anyway, that doesn't make them impossible to exist.

Beside these two factors, even that in those 1% top traders could exist someone with exceptional programming skills, it would be necessary also for that person to have ideas, imagine, know how to apply and build a system, and how to pass his know-how to the machine into something able to be read and interpreted by a computer, something that isn't usually teached around, because if it was, it would be easier to exist more trading systems at these levels.

What kind of services does GFX-Trading.com have?

GFX-Trading.com has, before anything else, trading systems that are 100% automated and that have the performances that are exposed in real time not only on our main page but also on the pages that expose our profits measured in pips, as well as in the "Results" page, where their monthly profits are exposed in real time, like in the main page's placard. Those annual performances as we can see, are hundreds of times greater than the rates paid by bank deposits every year, and even many times superior to the performances of any investment fund in existence.

The only way that we had initially of sending trading signals to our users was via email and via website through a user and password protected area. The disadvantage at the time was that it obligated our users to have to go to the computer to execute the orders given by the systems, when receiving the signals, something that could happen during the 24 hours that each day usually has, and that would make them being always with a Internet connection near for that reason. Some users referred that it was sometimes tiring having the need to go home sometimes or to a place with an Internet connection just to give orders equal to those given by the systems to imitate that way their performances, and that it would be good for them to have a fully 100% automated platform to substitute them in that process.

For that reason, GFX-Trading.com has created a pack of software and tools easy to install and use, as well as very powerful and flexible, that allow our users to see their own money being invested in real time, in a 100% automated way, by their own computers, according to the instructions given to them by our central servers every time.

Once those tools have been installed and configured, the user could go out of home anytime, and when returning verify the profit that the systems made during the day. The systems will work 24 hours per day, in a 100% automated way, always obeying to the instructions given by our central servers. Our users will never have to analyze any charts, neither take any decisions about if they should invest or not, neither suffer from the constant stress which is to see their money appreciating and depreciating constantly during the day and knowing that they will need to take a decision anytime.

It will all be done in a 100% automated way. Each user has his own money in his own account in his own broker, and it's in his own house that our tools will in his own computer open and close positions all the time through his broker. The investments are made on the FOREX (FOReign EXchange) markets, worldwide currency exchange markets, which are open 24 hours per day and that allow negotiation in all five working days per week, except for some holidays, and in the Euro/Dollar cross, being enough one cross alone to reach those performances exposed by us, avoiding that way complicating by dispersing the user's investments through multiple crosses.

It is basically this that GFX-Trading.com provides to its users. Automation at 100% of their investments, so that they can have the chance to have the same performances exposed by our systems, which as we can see, are much above those given by any other ways of investment that may be known.

Where can I know more about the GFX-Trading.com Automated Trading?

Without letting also to visit the other sections of our website, which we advise that you do in order to become more aware on what kind of services we provide you, you can know more about our total automation of trading by clicking here, or clicking at anytime on the "AUTOTRADING" option available in our "Login Area" menu exposed on the left column of our website. Any user can also at anytime view answered any other doubts he may have later, in spite of possibly having been written in a more technical language, going to our F.A.Q. section.

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