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Welcome to ODFX Managed Forex Account

Managed forex accounts are becoming an increasingly popular way of accessing the forex market for retail investors, who have neither the time nor expertise to trade their own account. An investment in a managed forex account provides investors with the ability to profit from the currency market, having their account managed by a professional money manager, whilst at the same time having complete access to their fund, 24 hours a day.

ODFX have sought to structure an investment which addresses all the challenges which investors face today. The ODFX Forex Account provides investors with a low risk investment, competitive charges, aims to make absolute, positive returns irrespective of market conditions, offers immediate access to capital, safety of their investment, with added capital protection. The managed forex account is managed to very strict investment criteria, with risk management a priority, so that drawdowns and losses are minimised, and returns maximised.

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Account overview

ODFX has been established since November 2005. It was started in a small group of traders to manage its neighbourhood pool fund of approximately USD362,000. The fund size was doubled from its initial capital within 6 months.

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investment objective

A key feature of the ODFX Managed Forex Account is that it seeks to generate positive absolute returns by investing and trading in foreign currencies. .

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superior returns

As well as the benefits of diversification and redduced portfolio risk that an investment in a currency fund can offer, there is increasing evidence that currency funds are outperforming traditional investment funds. 

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liquid market

An investment in a currency fund avoids a lot of potential problems that traditional investment funds face when there are liquidity problems, as we saw during the height of the banking crisis toward the end of 2008. 

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