TraDesto Issues Open Call for New Forex Introducing Brokers; Dangles Double Commission Model as Enticement

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Forex introducing brokers who think all commission models are created equal will want to consider TraDesto’s new, limited-time opportunity. The social trading hub offers a multi-tiered commission on not only all traders introduced but also the income of those traders who go on to become TraDesto mentors.

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Because of the multi-tiered commission potential, we believe this opportunity is an unparalleled one for those people, organizations and Forex academies that have a ready and waiting list of traders they can refer to us.

Forex introducing brokers with a solid network of traders ready for referral will want to consider TraDesto’s open call for new partners. The social trading hub for all things Forex, TraDesto offers a double-tiered commission model that maximizes brokers’ returns. The opportunity to become an introducing broker with the company, however, is available on an extremely limited basis.

The Free Dictionary defines an introducing broker as “a person or business that provides investing advice or counsel to an investor but does not actually handle transactions.” Because the execution of trades is typically delegated to someone else on the trading floor, “the introducing broker and the person(s) who execute a transaction split the fees and commissions according to some agreed upon arrangement.“

Generally speaking, such an arrangement extends commissions and pips to the broker every time a trader s/he has introduced makes a trade of any sort, win or lose. TraDesto offers that same passive income stream and one ups it. Not only do TraDesto introducing brokers make money when the traders they refer execute any trades, but they also score a 20% matching commission on the income of all traders who go on to become TraDesto mentors. What’s more, the mentors themselves make money whenever copy traders in the TraDesto network copy their trades.

To illustrate just how much a TraDesto introducing broker can make, Brown uses the example of one who introduces 100 traders to open an account with TraDesto. When these traders execute any trades, the introducing broker makes money, just like s/he would elsewhere, but that’s where the similarity stops. On top of that, if, for example, 50 of those100 traders become mentors, the introducing broker also makes an additional 20% overriding commission on those mentors’ income.

“We’ve endeavored to make our Forex introducing broker model a win-win-win for everyone involved,” explains TraDesto spokesperson Markus Brown. “Because of the multi-tiered commission potential, we believe this opportunity is an unparalleled one for those people, organizations and Forex academies that have a ready and waiting list of traders they can refer to us. This is an excellent source of passive income for anyone with the network to pull it off.”

For more information on how the TraDesto introducing broker model is different from the competition, visit the company online at http://www.TheTruthAboutForex.com; To learn more about how to get in as a Forex introducing broker before time runs out, contact Markus Brown at pipsblueprint(at)gmail(dot)com.

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