Kenyans amaze me. We are probably among the most industrious, entrepreneurial, intelligent people in this part of the hemisphere. I continuously meet people who are innovating on new ways to stay ahead of the pack and make some extra coins.
Recently I have been engaged in the newest money-making fad at GEC, currency trading. Currency trading involves the buying and selling of currency pairs (e.g. Euro/US Dollar or Dollar/ Yen) over an interconnected network of banks and dealers. It is the largest and most liquid market in the world (1.5 trillion dollars a day) and operates 24 hours a day from Monday to Friday. Most importantly it is accessible to retail traders (read me and a bunch of other enterprising Kenyans) through a software interface connected through the internet. You can start with as low as $200 (KSh. 14,000) and can conservatively make 10% returns on investments per day! (make $400 (KSh. 28,000) profit in one month from a $200 investment)
When I first heard about it I thought it was a fraud, but currency trading can achieve such high gains using leverages of up to 400:1. It is important though to understand that leverage magnifies both gains and losses and it is easy to lose a substantial amount of money within a very short period. Nevertheless there are strategies to protect your capital, increase your profits and minimize your losses. I was introduced to currency trading by a member at GEC and I am now helping others setup their own trading accounts and employ the above mentioned strategies. With the all-in-one facilities at GEC (high speed internet, computer, office desk and chair) and SoftLaw's financial consulting one can comfortably make a living trading currencies at GEC. If you'd like to know more send an email to email@example.com