Dayton, OH (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
The financial scandals, improper handling of client funds, and poor trader performance has prompted CaesarTrade to issue a Public solution on how to avoid these issues with the side benefit of increasing client goodwill and improving opportunities for traders and investors.
The solution is based on the simple idea taught to Caesar Trade's CEO by his First-grade teacher: Keep It Simple, Stupid (KISS). A financial institution must represent their clients and have their interests first, even at the expense of maximizing profits.
By representing a client, an institution will not be able to take the other side of a trade, like a casino, and truly be the middleman. It is then the job of the middleman to find a counterparty to a client's trade. This simple idea will create seen and unforeseen benefits for both the financial firm and trader and investor.
The main benefit to financial firms is not a monetary one, but just as valuable - a good reputation. For a functioning society to work, there has to be trust which is not there presently. The trader and investor will benefit by being able to focus their energies on profitable opportunities with the assistance of their financial partner.
For a functional market system to work, every trader must have an equal opportunity to make money and not worry about their broker. It is the responsibility of each Financial Firm to create an atmosphere for that to occur. With that said, this is only possible if the Firmss interests are aligned with that of the trader and investor.
CaesarTrade is the world's most exclusive forex brokerage company headed by Eric Harbor who has been involved in the financial markets since 1996, and Cliff Wachtel, the highly regarded forex educator and published author of The Sensible Guide to Forex. CaesarTrade passes 100% of its trades into the highly liquid interbank market. All clients receive a genuine guarantee of the lowest, and most affordable pricing.
For more information on forex trading visit: http://www.CaesarTrade.com