With the looming threat of an economic crisis, many investors are expressing concerns over investing in the stock market. Pareto International, a Singapore-based boutique investment house is now offering an alternative solution – Forex trading.
According to Pareto, the stock market is typically geared towards long-term investments. But during an economic downturn, it is advisable for investors to hold on to more liquid assets in case stock prices tumble, resulting in huge losses.
“Forex on the other hand is not affected by the economy. It is recession-proof. We are trading one currency against another, and we can trade in any direction, unlike stocks. In fact, a recession is good for the Forex market because there will be increased volatility in the market. This gives traders more opportunities to enter and exit the market and can result in higher profit gains,” said Ryan Ng, principal chief trader of Pareto International.
Mr Ng added that Forex also provides a higher yield of approximately 5 to 15 percent a month, compared with an average of 10 percent annually in the stock market.
Pareto offers transparent trading operations
Pareto’s main goal is to help the average person generate an additional source of income through a wide range of products in the finance, fintech, smart technology and artificial intelligence industries.
In Southeast Asia, the company’s main focus is on Forex Multi Account Manager Trading. With a very conservative trading system, Pareto traders are able to generate about 5 to 10 percent in profit per month for clients. This is all done through a transparent system with communication maintained at every step of the way, from the time information is presented to prospective clients until the time they go onboard with Pareto.
Clients will first be directed to register their own trading accounts with a third-party broker and input funds via bank transfer to ensure that the source of funds is verified and complies with the Anti-Money Laundering Act. Pareto does not have access to clients’ funds as they are held in a segregated bank account by the broker. This is to reassure clients that their funds are not being used for anything else other than trading.
Should either company were to close down due to unforeseen circumstances, the funds will be locked down and duly returned to the clients.
With growing demand, Pareto is planning to expand its operations and have a presence in every major city in this APAC region by December 2020.
About Pareto International
Established in 2015, Pareto International is a boutique financial services company, catering to both corporate and retail clients. Currently, it has offices in [list of countries]. Throughout its first few years of operations, the company’s focus was predominantly in the sphere of corporate advisory and wealth management. Pareto’s advisory team worked with many enterprises through their IPO journey by managing both their fundraising and market listing.
During this time, Pareto developed a core team of professional traders to manage the company’s portfolio. After seeing its traders achieve years of an industry high return on investment along with constant enquiries from clients, the company decided to open up its services to retail investors through the utilization of MAM trading.