Forex Managed Account

Conservative strategy

Low Risk / Return investment


Since 05/04/11

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Standard strategy

Medium Risk / Return investment


Since 05/10/09

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Dynamic strategy

High Risk / Return investment


Since 04/04/11

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Why RTFX Forex Managed Accounts are unique ?

A strong track record

Following a number of years of in-house testing, our Standard strategy was launched in October 2009. In early 2011, two new strategies were added to our service portfolio to meet the needs of the more conservative and aggressive forex investors.

Trading algorithms

The Foreign Exchange trading system adopted by RTFX for its managed account service is based on different algorithms developed in-house. These algorithms generate daily transactions on the spot Forex market and more specifically on the EUR/USD and EUR/JPY currency pairs.

Over a decade of FX trading experience

RTFX Ltd is a pioneer in the online Foreign Exchange market with a history dating back to 1995 and forms part of a group of strategic partnering companies. RTFX is one of the very few regulated entities licensed to offer managed accounts on the FX market for private individuals. RTFX is licensed and authorised to provide its services throughout Europe.

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Last update:  27th March 2015

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UK elections and the pound

16th March, 2015  at 13:34

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ith less than two months of a greatly uncertain UK general election, Sterling stands at six-year highs against a currency basket, which may suggest forex investors are ignoring political risks to holding the currency…

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