In particular, the increased amount of leverage offered in the Forex market means that a trader can lose all, or a large portion, of his trading capital if the market makes a significant move against the trader’s position.
Intomillion Fund is aware of this risk, and carefully plans his trades in order to minimize the risks to trading capital. There are specific steps that an Intomillion Fund can take to minimize the risks involved in Forex trading, particularly involving safe ways to use the margin. Calculating the Risk-Reward Ratio is one of the most effective risk management tools in Forex trading. Even with implementing risk management tools, the risks of trading Forex remain substantial. Therefore almost all trades are based on what the market is telling and strategy involves only human decision-making for entering and exiting trades. Intomillion Fund has the same trading strategy with Intomillion, but trades with lower lot sizes and trading instruments might be different.
Be informed, that Funds protection guarantees against the withdrawals made by Managing Trader and only a part of Managing Trader`s capital which is not involved in the deals are available for withdrawal for Managing Trader.
Please remember that the past performance of any trading system or methodology is not necessarily indicative of future results. Investor returns may vary materially from Intomillion Fund returns based on performance of world markets, fees, broker spreads, volatility or other market conditions. Learn more about RISK WARNING
At all times follow the basic rule:
Do not invest with borrowed money or money you cannot afford to lose.
*Intomillion is independent PAMM manager. InstaForex is the provider of technical implementation of PAMM-accounts service
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