So You Want To Become a Hedge-fund Manager

By | June 26, 2016

So You Want To Become a Hedge-fund Manager

This post goes out to all serious independent traders out there who wish to take their trading to the next level without having to change city or country. Traders who read countless times books like Market Wizards or Trend Following and want to some day be just like ‘one of those guys’. Traders who look for offshore brokers that still allow unregulated individuals to open MAM or PAMM accounts or frantically google variations of ‘get funded trading’ only to be swamped by more or less fraudulent offers.

If what I said above resonates with you then I urge you to take a look at Darwinex. It offers the exact legal and logistical infrastructure you’ve been looking for. And the best thing is that it doesn’t cost you anything (money or hassle) to list a DARWIN (Dynamic Asset and Risk Weighted Investment). This product can be considered, for all intents and purposes, to be a real hedge-fund. You thus become the trader/manager of your own hedge-fund, with Darwinex acting as a risk-manager and client-facing interface.

Here is why I’m beating the drum to spread the word about Darwinex: I believe this new asset class has huge potential both for serious traders and investors. In order for it to work, first thing that has to happen is for the undiscovered trading talent to not only hear in passing about Darwinex, but take the time to realize for themselves what great opportunity this is. Some might think at this point, why would I, as a trader,  invite competition. That’s not the way I look at it: I want the entire class to have as many serious traders as possible and to perform well because this would lead to an influx of new investments and better recognition overall for DARWINs. As things currently stand, even some of the traders with good performance so far that have received allocations via DarwinIA haven’t really grasped the concept of Darwinex. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be advertising signals or managed accounts – which is like driving a Porsche but inviting people for a ride in a 20 years old, beaten up Ford. :)

For potential investors reading this, there are at least two big advantages of Darwinex you should keep in mind:

  • one stop shop to a myriad of trading strategies
  • low, performance-based only fee – you’re not paying a management fee for someone else to get rich irrespective of the fact that s/he makes you money or not

I’ll end this piece with the words of Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) to Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) from the movie Wall Street: “This is your wake up call, pal… Go to work.” :)

One thought on “So You Want To Become a Hedge-fund Manager

  1. Matt

    Vlad do you really expect amateurs to beat the professionals at their own game? This just sounds ridiculous; why would I invest my money with unknown persons instead of going to people who manage investments for a living?

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