Hey, thanks for dropping by. Great to see you. Please note that this offer is ONLY available to friends of Lion Asset Management on Facebook who were registered prior to 31st March 2017 in accordance with our terms and conditions.
The deal is simple. We’ll set you up to trade our automated forex trading strategy for 90 days free of charge. We’ll waive the £50 per month and the £99 setup charge for friends of Lion Asset Management on Facebook. A saving of £249! Simply click the Facebook button below.
Go here to open your XM forex account. Under Trading Account Details select MT4 as your Trading Platform Type and Micro as Account Type. The account can be funded with as little as £250 by debit or credit card. Don’t forget to claim your free £20 Trading Bonus. You can also claim a Deposit Bonus up to $5,000.
Please fill in the rest of your details then proceed to XM Step 2. When you have completed this process please let us know below.
During your free trial we will trade our automated FX50 trading strategy and the recent performance is on the right. Once setup there is no further effort on your part. You can check the balance of your account online anytime at XM.
The graph on the right reflects the real money actual return trading the dedicated Darwinex £2,500 FX50 Forex Alerts Account from Tuesday 21st February 2017. Please click through on the chart for further detail. More history is available here.
Our target return during the period of your free trial is 10%. If we achieve that then you will be charged £50 per month starting in 90 days time. If we don’t achieve our target then your Facebook Automated Forex Trading Account will be free of charge until 2018.
The idea of this trial is to test our service with as little as £250. It will then be up to you to add further funds if you are happy with the percentage growth of your account at XM during the free trial. We do not handle or have access to the funds deposited in your XM account.
The average monthly return is currently in excess of 4% on the account above and you can read more about our trading strategy here.
FX Managed Funds And FX Alerts have been provided by Lion Asset Management since 2002.
Risk Disclaimer for Forex Trading
Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Past performance is not indicative of future results. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.
WhyLose.com Forex Alerts are available to all where allowed by your local jurisdiction and provided for information and educational purposes only. They are not an inducement to invest at WhyLose.com or in any market. However, after following the free forex alerts you may choose to set up an automated trading strategy based on the forex alerts according to your personal risk appetite.
The forex alert programme does NOT fall under Article 14 of the UK Financial Services and Markets Act 2001 (Promotion of Collective Investment Schemes) (Exemptions) Order 2001 because we do not handle client funds. All trades are instantly notified via your mobile phone and you can decide NOT to trade any or all alerts. All forex brokerage accounts are opened and controlled by each individual client.
We analyse our FX50 Free Forex Alerts performance metrics based on our strategy every night Monday to Friday. A snapshot is below.
Based on our deep knowledge and expertise, we believe the widespread demand for greater transparency, flexibility and reliability makes the WhyLose.com model the real solution for everyone too busy to trade. Why should you miss out on a better return on your money?
Nor ready to open an account? No problem. Just follow the profit and losses others are making here. And keep your eye on the chart above. Then dip your tow in the water when you are comfortable.
The foreign exchange – or Forex (FX) – market refers to the buying and selling of currencies, and it’s one of the fastest growing markets in the world.
One significant benefit of Forex trading is that you don’t have to choose from amongst thousands of companies or sectors. Moreover, many Forex trading decisions can be simplified even further.
Another advantage of the FX market is that it isn’t limited to a seven-hour trading day. Trading takes place 24-hours per day, five days per week.