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The Setup Guide
  1. First, click this link:
  2. If you have an existing account, simply log in.
  3. If you don't have an account, you can register.
  4. Need extra support? Follow the instructions provided here:
  5. FxChoice provides support via Live Chat or by Calling. Personally, Live Chat is the best, you can request them to assist you in getting the managed account set up. If they ask you to provide them the MAM registration link, please use the link from step #1.
Quick FAQ 

What is the minimum deposit? 
We don't have a minimum deposit, but we highly recommend a minimum of $5,000. Our average investor's account size is $50,000. Although we don't have a minimum deposit, since we trade low-risk, if you place in $100, a trade might not show up on your account. 

Do you trade the same trades as the Pips Alert signals?
No, those are analysts' signals. We execute our own trades according to our management team's strategy. We do utilize our analysts' signals when it comes to finding technical setups.

Can I have multiple accounts under management?
Yes, you have no limit. We have clients who have multiple accounts, often they use some account(s) for monthly withdrawals and the other(s) for long-term compounded holds. 

​How long will it take before trades start? When do you not trade & why?
We can't give an exact answer, the majority of our trades are done at the start of the week and held for 3-4 days. If the market is bad during that week, we might not trade at all.

Please note our team will not, under any circumstances trade from Dec 15th - Jan 7th. As you may understand market conditions are not normal during this period. 

We also may avoid trading for a week if markets are too volatile for unexpected major world events like Brexit, etc. These are very rare, but we rather trade and conserve capital in unexpected markets. And no, we don't see major unexpected volatility as an opportunity for us, for some traders might use it and it might work for them. But that's not us at all, we really enjoy boring trading; we'll save the adrenaline rush for sky diving.

Regarding regular news events like 'Economic Calander' our team is purely technical, but we respect key news events. As you may know, most of the high-impact news comes in on Thur-Fri, our team does not enter any new trades on Thur-Fri and even rarely on Wed. We personally avoid trading during "Red" news and or ignore it completely, we're 100%, chart traders. So please refrain from asking us what trades we're going to take during x news event because we don't care for news. Please understand, this does not mean we don't respect news; but it's not our strategy to trade news events.

If any of our traders face any major life events (good or bad) weddings or funerals, mental health is key for trading; psychology of trading, etc. We will announce this on Telegram, although very rare; we kindly ask you to respect this if our team needs a week or two off. 

Please understand, trading is long-term. Don't lose patience over a few days out of an entire year or decade.

What should I expect, in returns and draw-down?
Our team is focused on long-term performance, our goal is an average of 14-24% monthly. 
When it comes to draw-downs DD, our goal is to never go past 3.5-5% in a week. We recommend trading with us for 1.5-2 months to get a better understanding. Don't expect to join in the first two weeks and achieve high returns, as you might join on a bad week or a good week in the markets. We can only speak on long-term results.

If we somehow found a way to lose every single trade in a month, it means we would lose only 10-14% of the account on a draw-down, and in two months of losing all trades, we only lose 15-18%. As we adjust our risk from 0.5% to 0.25% until we return to BE. This is a rare, very rare event to happen, for even if a person was flipping coins for "two months" and flipping 7 times a week, they're bound to win something. But, our team is here to prepare for the worst-case scenarios that most traders could never imagine to think of. 

What is the incentive fee?
30% is our performance fee, you retain 70% of the profits.

What is the investment period? 
You'll see a "1 week(s)" investment period, this means profits are distributed on a weekly 7-days period. Our team focuses on weekly trades via intraday, that's why we have a 7-day period. 

How are profits distributed to you? 
FxChoice will automatically distribute our 30% incentive fee to us automatically during the end of the investment period. You don't have to worry about wiring us funds or anything.

How are profits calculated?
We're set up on a High-water Mark incentive fee structure, this is explained below.

This is a very simple process. Your profits are based on every investment period.

Let's say in week #1 where your account was at $100,000 when you first started with us, end of the week we make 10% returns.

This is a total of $10,000 in profits, you'll keep (70%) $7,000 and we'll get (30%) $3,000

Your account value is now $107,000. This means it's reset, where if the following week we for example earned another $10,000. Your end balance will be $114,000 (minus our 30% incentive fee).

What happens if we lost $1,000 instead? Then your account balance is $106,000 and we receive $0.00 until we have earned above the $107,000 again.

Is it possible for you to risk more per trade instead of just 0.5%?
The short answer is no. The long answer is, we're here for long-term performance. We understand it can be tempting to see great results at 0.5% risk per trade and start to think of how great 1%, 2%, or 3% can yield, especially when you justify it in perspective that it's only 2 or 3%, or even just 4% of your account value.

In Forex, in Trading; the greatest thing you can control is a risk. We the traders decide how much we can risk, market makers, brokers, etc. don't decide that for us. Although we might face slippage, it won't be a drastic enough unknown variable to change the course of our risk management DD, etc.

Next, we can control the return we want back; but the market decides if you get that return.

Finally, we decide on the strategy we implement to execute a trade; but the market decides if that strategy will work or not.

So we greatly value what we can control, and we respect what we can't. 

The strategies we use have been repeating in the market way before any of us were born, by controlling risk we enable ourselves to have more opportunities in the market to make great returns. For bad weeks and even months happen in the market, we simply can't control this.

By reducing our risk and damage during such markets, we are able to maximize great weeks and months in the market. With our 1:3 RR, we make sure we have the edge on the trades we execute.

In turn, 0.5% risk per trade is more than plenty to yield returns. Even if 1% might not seem like a lot, psychology and other factors play a role in how we execute our trades.

We hope you will be patient with us, don't think about this week, or month's results; even the quarter. Instead, look at the long-term compounding effect.

Warren Buffet's rule #1 is don't lose money, rule #2; look at rule #1. This does not mean we won't lose trades, but we don't want to risk such a high percentage of the account that we have to work 5x harder to return back to where we once were.

On top of that, often many traders do insane returns in a short period; only to lose it all later on a bad week or month, and then the following week or month the markets are great. But when your capital is heavily damaged, you're going to need a few more months to recover, only to face another bad month.

So we kindly ask and hope you understand why we risk only 0.5% in each trade.

When do you increase lot sizes?
Our team follows a very simple rule. 
If the account started at $100,000 = risking $500.
We'll grow the account to $115,000 or 15% before we adjust the new 0.5% to $575 risk.

The reason we do this is that we build a strong foundation before adjusting to the new account balance risk per trade. In turn, if we face any bad weeks or months; we will have to lose 26 trades in a row, back to back; to return to the $100k starting balance.

Now the chances of us losing 26 trades back-to-back, would be quite incredible. Although it's a slim chance this happens, we still love the security of knowing your capital is secured.

Our team prepares for what most traders never think about, we are always prepared for the worst-case scenario. 

Why is your team so risk-averse? 
Short answer, we respect every $0.01 of yours, we respect your money. We understand and know how hard you worked for your money, we understand the value of every $0.01. For every $0.01 matter, you need $0.01 to have $1 million, for a million can't exist without it.

For one who respects $0.01, so shall $0.01 respect you as a trader. If you don't respect or take care of your money, it will not return back to you. Why should anyone return to a person if they don't respect them? Especially if that person was to bring more friends along?

We want your money to go out, work hard and return with more money "friends," also known as returns.

We also want you to have peace of mind, we want your worst week in our management to be a 5% draw-down, not 20%, or 50%. 

Would you fly in a plane if you knew the pilot is going to be performing stunts? Quite the thrill indeed, but you'll not be sleeping or resting. We're here to provide a private jet continental flight. Our team of traders also wants to be at peace flying you. Also, most stunts are often done in small planes, not a Boeing or Airbus. Leave the adrenaline rushes for small accounts.

In simple terms, what is your strategy? How do you avoid a large "ruin" factor?
If we had a 10-year-old in front of a computer, we pulled up the charts and explained how we trade. They will understand it. We honestly just focus on market patterns, we utilize the charts to find patterns that repeat often in the market. 

We don't use indicators or robots. This does not mean we don't think robots or indicators work, it's just not our style of trading. We prefer clean and simple charts.

Our team finds setups where we can risk 25 pips and be able to return 75 pips. Sunday we have a huddle, to go over all the major pairs/assets in the market. Our first goal is to find hedges in the market, we love to trade as many hedged trades. This means we find two assets that are both prime for movements, and we hedge them against each other. We stack up as many hedges as we can and then move forwards the best options possible.

This analysis period is intensive, as we compare multiple historic price movements on the charts and pair relationships (markets/countries) to ensure we have done a pre-market backtest.

Next, we finalize the best 7 trades we can execute and we push forward with them. If we can't find 7, then we only execute what we can find. If we find no setups, we avoid that week and wait for setups.

Although our trading strategy is simple on paper, we also have years of experience. As "gut" feeling plays a major role, these are memory reactions. Think of it as instinct, if you have played a sport for a long time, you just have that "feeling" this is the right spot, and times, this is not the right spot.

These are actions we often take without needing to "overthink" - if we had to think the same way when we first learned something, we would honestly not have all the time in the world to just "live." 

In turn, we utilize that in our trading as well. We can see how the market reacts after all our analysis to better execute the trade at the moment. 

Our greatest enemy is our emotions, and also our greatest friend. We understand greed, FOMO/fear of missing out, etc. can be deadly in trading. That's why we have a set of rules that we shall never break, these rules put all our "bad" emotions in check. Finally, our good emotions; like optimism, joy, passion, etc. help us to keep on moving forward.

We also don't train our "reward" system to be happy or release dopamine when we win. No, this is how a gambling addict is born. Chasing the "rush" of winning will blind you from all negative losses because your brain is simply chasing that "one" win. 

Our reward system is neither evil nor good but can be dangerous if not trained properly. Our traders have trained their reward systems simply in one way. We celebrate every time we strictly follow our rules and we frown when we don't.

So don't think we're here popping champagne on a major high return week. No, because this means we are down and depressed on a bad week. We're selective when we open the champagne bottles, this is only done quarterly (rarely) and annually more often. In summary, we are living life. We have a bad week, we know another awaits, a bad month, another awaits. Imagine every time you made a mistake in life you were depressed, how in the world will you live? Mistakes happen, and we learn from them. Now imagine you ignored all the mistakes and only chased that "one" right moment, you will leave behind a graveyard of bad decisions to justify one good decision. This lifestyle does not last long.

By doing this, we have tricked our brain into almost ignoring wins and losses, because if we follow the rules to the bone; long-term we shall yield results. Now also don't think we're here celebrating bad weeks, we simply respect the markets. We can't control the markets, so we know bad weeks or months can happen when trading.

The cycle of doom is born when one seeks to avenge the market, this is when emotions blind us. One, two, or 3 losses turn into a blown account because you kept chasing that one win, and often; that one win is not enough, so you keep trading until the market tells you no (in other words you have no more money to trade with), sound like gambling right?. 

I have more questions, how can I ask?
Great question, for this question, answers all questions. To contact us, simply click me, scroll to the bottom of the page, and ask away! Don't be shy, our team is here to help you.
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