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About blog

Greetings to everyone who is interested in investing! Glad to see you on my blog!

On this blog you will find a lot of useful information about profitable types of investment and trading, as well as my travels to different countries. Look through the pages of the blog and you will quickly orientate yourself. Proper investment in stocks, trust management, cryptocurrency and other tools will open up a wide range of opportunities for you to improve your wealth and financial literacy.

A little bit about me.

My name is Egor, I am 31 years old, I am an economist by profession, but I have been working in the field of sales since I was 18.

After 6 years of work, I began to realize that this is a dead-end development path and that you will not earn much here. I didn’t like these perspectives, so I decided to explore the path to financial freedom. In 2013, an acquaintance of mine advised me to look at Fx Trend’s pammas. I started to study this information and a year later, my investment portfolio was over $20,000.

The investment portfolio was divided into:

Amarkets, Forex4You, Weltrade, Fx-Trend (scam), RVD markets (scam).

This investment portfolio brought me an income of about $ 1000-1300 per month. I decided to leave my main job and fully engage in investment and trading. In 2014, I started to try my hand at independent trading. Before I created my working strategy, my wallet was empty by $5000.

Today, my public portfolio contains more than $35,000 in assets. To familiarize yourself with my portfolio, see the section “Reports”.

These changes in my life have fundamentally changed my life. Over the years, I have visited more than 20 countries, lived in Europe and Asia, met many interesting people and gained invaluable experience.

Every day, I improve myself and share my knowledge with you. I am sure that the information on the blog will be interesting and useful for you.

I wish you success and prosperity!

Pay attention – the information presented in the blog is cognitive in nature and is not a call to action. The author of the blog warns you about the risks of losing money and is not connected with the management of investment objects. All investments are made at your own risk.