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One of the most frustrating aspects about investing is the idea that even though you are using your money, you don’t have complete control over your money. Your financial advisor will receive a commission, but it is up to him or her to trade/invest as he or she sees fit. This means that you basically give up control of your own money in hopes that someone else can steer you towards financial freedom.
At FR, we believe that you should be in control of your own money. That is why we offer a self-trading account – so that our clients can take control of their own destiny rather than waiting on an advisor to make the right decisions. You won’t be locked into a narrow range of options – but can actually invest where YOU want to invest.
There are so many options for the modern investor that shouldn’t be left on the table. With a self-directed trading account, you can choose to invest in the stocks, bonds, options, etc. While there are financial advisors that try to act as though they are the guardians of the financial markets for you, a self-trading account allows you direct access.
There are many benefits to choosing a self-trading account. First and foremost, you avoid all sorts of ethical dilemmas. For example, what if your financial advisor is paid to sell you certain instruments and products based on the fees that they generate. With a self-trading account, you don’t have to worry that you are being persuaded or manipulated in a certain direction. It also allows you to have complete control over the details of how you choose to allocate your hard-earned money, as well. As if these two benefits weren’t enough, self-trading accounts often mean less fees for you, the investor, as well.
Note: Trading Contracts for Difference (CFDs) and Foreign Exchange (FX / Forex) is highly speculative and involves a high level of risk and may not be suited for all investors. Trading can result in the loss of capital invested and it is advised not to speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose. Be sure to fully understand the risks of leverage and trading on margin.