Guys, how to find more Investors, if I'm not really into blogging

Oleg22

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Guys, be so kind to share strategies - how do you attract more Investors?

I'm not really into blogging and advertising myself, to be honest. My motto is "less gab - more action"
 
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bhagesh.nair

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Well, Thats a million $ question.
If someone cracks that code, trust me, you will never get the answer on a public forum like this one.
 

tomorton

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Guys, be so kind to share strategies - how do you attract more Investors?

I'm not really into blogging and advertising myself, to be honest. My motto is "less gab - more action"

Strategies to attract investors will be useless without a profitable trading strategy.

So, assuming you are already trading profitably, what is your strategy based on?
 
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NVP

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as the guys say .....until you are really really good at something theres nothing to advertise anyway (unless you want to scam people or create ponzi schemes).......

so release some data on the results and we can tell you how good it is ............

I run a business consultancy that includes showing businesses how to create and then market their products and services
more effectively

happy to assist if we find you can walk the talk......but believe me after some 50 years in the gambling and trading business and having seen most "great" systems and strategies come and go .....I am a little skeptical these days of such claims .......;)

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fibo_trader

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Guys, be so kind to share strategies - how do you attract more Investors?

I'm not really into blogging and advertising myself, to be honest. My motto is "less gab - more action"

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moorzilla

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You can get financing at proper prop-firms if you have good strategy, just paying some subscription fee and showing your positive results, you can get access to unlimited funds. Let me know if you want advice on some of them;)
 

Aramtant

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The first investment in a trader is the easiest to attract through an old-fashioned scheme known as FFF (Family, Friends, Fools). For most beginner managing traders this scheme is almost the only way to attract funds to their PAMM-account. If everything is logical and clear with family and friends, then by ""fools"" I mean people, who aren't connected with you in any way, but who nevertheless decide to entrust you their money.
The "FFF" scheme has its advantages and disadvantages.
The advantages of "FFF":
-A relatively simple and quick way to raise the first capital for management.
-It is always easier to make arrangements with friends and relatives than with unfamiliar investors.
-The funds can be raised on more flexible, trusting terms.
-Fools can invest just so that they can make a venture capital investment.
The disadvantages of FFF":
-The capital raised from FFF can't boast of a round sum, but you still have to start small.
-Larger psychological burden. It is much harder from the moral point of view to trade with funds, which, for example, your grandmother was saving from retirement, or a friend was saving to buy something needed. It is recommended to attract in trading those funds, which both sides (both investor and trader) will not be afraid to lose. In this case, the trader should be morally ready, from the point of view of trading psychology, to manage a certain amount.
-In case of losses, it is possible that the relationship with family and/or friends will become worse.
 

tomorton

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Trading has such low-cost barriers to entry that anyone can afford to trade. No need to borrow money. If anyone is such a great trader that they can afford to convince other people to risk their money and let them trade it, they don't need to borrow it in the first place.

Lend money, do not borrow it.
 
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