Apiary Fund Associates

Apiary Investment Fund - company news and informationOne of the advantages of joining The Apiary Investment Fund is the opportunity to become an Apiary associate.
The first step is opening Apiary demo account. The demo account starts with $10,000 and has daily limit loss of 5%. The goal is to give room for beginner traders to learn, improve trading skills, and make mistakes. Apiary encourages people to learn from mistakes. One has to feel comfortable in trading. It is important, because the market does not always go into favorable direction and sometimes during trading one needs to react fast. With demo account, one can trade without risking real money.
The Apiary Fund emphasizes heavily on how to manage an account with 2% loss and to minimize that loss. The fund wants to see consistent growth of the account. The fund does not aim for big profit, which may lead one to risk too big, then suffer a big loss.
Next step is interview. The goal is to know associates’ character. This step assists the associates to understand their personality, hence ultimately can improve their trading skills based on their personality. It also helps associates to adjust their trading strategy, as the first funded level of a real account is $2,500. Traders need to alter their behavior from trading $10,000 account to $2,500.
Positive PerspectiveThe first funded level is a test account for new associates and the fund. It is a test account for new associates dealing with real money to establish their trading performance; and for the fund, to keep track of new associates progress. This level is not a place to make tons of money, but it is a place to improve skills to generate consistent profit.
If the trading result is steady over a period of time, one can be funded up to level 4. If there is loss exceeding 2% of account size or the trading style is too risky, the fund will work together with the trader to evaluate and improve trader’s skills in trading.

About Vilas Kusumahardja

Originally from Indonesia, Vilas began trading ten years ago to support his love of travel. He figured that, as long as he could find an internet connection, he would be able to support himself. In 2008, he came to the United States and a year later, re-learned everything he thought he knew about forex. Now, he places trades using support and resistance, utilizing signals from EA's. Vilas helps at the Apiary Fund as a trader support representative managing the Apiary Fund blog and answering questions in the forum.

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