Foreign currency exchange (Forex) has gained popularity worldwide in recent years, including in LatAm, as investors have been drawn to the Forex market’s massive size and liquidity, the speed and flexibility of Forex transactions and the possibility of earning strong returns during times of volatility and depressed markets.
Now Currensee, an online trading platform, is revolutionizing Forex trading by increasing transparency and fundamentally restructuring the way investors can get exposure to global markets. Originally a social network for Forex traders to share information and collaborate with each other in real time, it more recently launched its Trade Leaders Investment Program, whereby investors can select highly qualified traders from around the world to manage their portfolio from a single account.
According to Currensee CEO Dave Lamont, Currensee is an important development for the market in several respects, starting with the transparen....
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