Managed Accounts Attract $6bn as Traditional Investments Fall Short Of The Mark.

London, Sep 19, 2019 ( – Whilst Neil Woodford is licking his wounds from his bumper $54 million loss from selling some stakes from his frozen flagship fund. We are seeing investors flock to managed trading accounts in their troves.

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The biggest and most complicated question for any investor now is where should I invest my hard-earned cash?

This has been a conundrum for many years with as many varying answers as different options available. We have taken this question to the task and following our intense research we have one solid conclusion which we are now going to share with you.

Whilst it can be agreed that low interest and even negative rates on long term secure products is the norm. Now is as perilous time as ever for any investor looking for a safe haven or a diversification that can provide a hedge against the Marco economic factors of today. Whilst retail investors over the last decade have had to navigate through low-interest rates and the ultra-loose monetary policy across Europe and Northern America which has significantly reduced growth potential on almost every portfolio, only to be charged fees which makes for the eye-watering reading of any financial statement. Do we ask what is out there that can provide a positive return amidst all of the doom and gloom…?

Managed Trading Accounts or MTA’s previously only available to high net worth individuals and sophisticated investors provide a method of investing which can achieve exponential returns with minimal downside risk should you have the right risk mitigation strategy in place.

What Is a Managed Account
A managed account is an investment account that is owned by a single investor, either by an institutional investor or an individual or retail investor. A professional money manager, hired by the investor oversees the account. Armed with discretionary authority over the account, this dedicated manager actively makes investment decisions pertinent to the individual, considering the client’s needs and goals, risk tolerance, and asset size. (Investopedia, 2019)

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Money managers often have minimum dollar amounts on the accounts they will manage. That is, a client must have a certain amount of funds to invest. Many minimums start at $250,000, though some managers will accept $100,000 and even $50,000 accounts.

Managers usually charge assets under management fee (AUM) and a percentage of the profits earned incentivizing managers to perform for their clients.

One provider who has revolutionized the game for investors in the managed account space is Phillip Paar. The MTA at Phillip Paar gives hedge fund level research to the average retail investor. Over the last 12 months Phillip Paar showed the average retail client between 5 & 11% per month, compare that with the average return a retail investor achieves and it is clear to see why this is attracting so many new entrants into space.

“Our strategy is to show small consistent wins and compound the profits providing an opportunity for clients to achieve exponential growth. Says Steven Mills, (senior account manager). I think Albert Einstein said it best “Compound Interest is the eighth wonder of the world, He who understands it earns it… he who doesn’t…pays it…”



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