The software trading system behind Feeder Fund was developed by their senior trader over a 12 year period of testing and trading. He has worked on the development of the precursor UNIX system back in the University Of Berkeley, CA, so he knows a thing or two about computers and programming. One of the most important aspects of the trading system was the provision of accurate price data and when this became readily available in 2000, the final development produced some amazing results.
After more testing, the system went onto live trading in May 2002 and basically hasn't looked back, OR DOWN, since then. With our experience at Feeder Fund, we have never seen a system able to create such high and consistent results. To our minds, this is as close to the holy grail of trading as you can get.
Their senior trader initially traded for himself and a number of close friends, but he joined forces with Simon, a marketer, and Feeder Fund was launched in November 2004. Since that time, the group has had many multi-million dollar offers to buy the system, but the senior traderís desire has been, and still is, to help the small guy get his children through school, rather than see the extraordinary benefits go to making the Wall Street financiers even richer.
We have full ID of the principals and have checked out the personal and business backgrounds. The senior trader has had a stable and successful business career and is well known and respected in his field. We have spoken to the principal brokers and viewed limited but verified reports showing multi-million dollar margin accounts and significant profits. Our view is that Feeder Fund represents a negligible fraud risk. The minimum to invest through a Feeder Fund pooled account is US $50. For more information or any questions, go to http://www.secureforex.com. Click on the Contact page and e-mail us.
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