FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions


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Your order with G2A PAY has been rejected. You will receive an email from G2A PAY with further instructions. Please make sure that you did enter all fields correctly, and that you did leave your correct phone number. G2A PAY will verify all orders via SMS or Recorded Call, so make sure the number is correct and you have your mobile ready.

Our payment providor G2A are well known for their payment services and security procedures to prevent unauthorised/fraudulent transactions and provide everyone with a safe and secure payment environment.
If you have any questions about your payment or your order, please contact the G2A helpdesk via the LiveChat 24/7 or send an email to support@g2a.com.

If your account has been “banned” you can also send an email to rejected@g2a.com.

You are responsible for paying all taxes on your income, according to the laws of your country. Profit made in your managed Forex account is income in every classification of which we are aware, upon which taxes would be due.

The monthly profit share, or incentive fee, is usually deducted by the broker on or near the first of each calendar month. Only the broker can say exactly what date they use, however, though generally you can expect it will be about the same time every month.

At the end of the first month after your account begins trading, if there is a profit, the broker will deduct the performance fee/profit share, technically called the “incentive fee”, that has been authorized on the Power of Attorney you signed when you opened your account. The incentive fee is a percentage of the net profits per month from the “watermark” of previous highs. If there are no profits in a given month, no incentive fees will be deducted from your profits. The high equity point established after incentive fees are calculated creates the “watermark” which must be surpassed before any future profits may again be calculated.
Example: you start with $10,000 in an account with an performance fee of 20%, and during the month there is $4000 in gross profit. The incentive fee deducted would be 20% of $4000, which is $800, so your net profit would be $3200, and your account would now have a “watermark” new balance of $13,200. If in the next month there was a loss of $1000, there would be no incentive fee deducted, since there is no profit, and your new balance would be $12,200 but your “watermark” is still $13,200. In the third month, if there was $3000 in gross profit, then the incentive fee would be calculated on only $2000 of that, since the first $1000 in profit gets your account back up to its “watermark” of $13,200. So the incentive fee would be 20% of $2000, or $400, and your net profit for that month would be $2600 and your new account balance would be the new “watermark” of $15,800.

Yes, eventually profits left in your account will be considered an addition to principal, and will be factored into trade size calculations for future trades.

No, the funds in your managed account are in your name at the broker. You are the proprietor of this account and the only one who can make deposits to or withdrawals from this account. The only power you grant TulipFX is the power to trade your account through a Limited Power of Attorney (LPOA), which also authorizes deduction of the agreed performance fee/profit share as stated in the LPOA.

No, there are no penalties for withdrawing from the managed account program at any time you choose.

To withdraw funds, you simply execute a withdrawal just as you would normally from any other brokerage account, according to the procedures the broker uses. Usually this involves submitting a form that you sign requesting the withdrawal, which also specifies the means by which you wish to receive the money, such as by bank wire or check. See the broker’s website for details.

Most brokers accept funding by bank wire or personal check, cashier’s check, or bank draft, and some accept deposits via credit card. See the broker’s web page for details.

Most commodity trading advisor programs have minimum investment levels typically ranging from $50,000 to $500,000, although we currently offer entry at $5,000. A high net worth investor usually has at least $400,000 in net liquid assets. Most brokers would suggest not putting more then 25% of ones investment capital into alternative investments such as managed futures.

High net worth investors, institutions and pension funds.

Managed Accounts have been around since the 70’s. Only in the past 10 years have they become popular with investors looking to diversify out of stock only holdings.

The same reason you buy a mutual fund. CTA’s are experienced traders who trade forex professionally.

Yes. Just like stocks, simply start an account with a brokerage firm which offers forex trading.

Managed Accounts for forex is defined as a sector within Managed Futures, an alternative asset class which individual, institution, pension funds use to diversify their portfolio holdings. Just like you may own a home, some stocks or bonds, managed futures add to portfolio diversification.

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