Making money on trading sites by investing less money...

India
April 21, 2013 1:01am CST
I am totally interested in earning money throughtrading sites. I actually want to give it a shot but the only problem is that the sites ask for some minimum deposit of about 200 $ or something and I don't have that much amount of money . Are there any sites which ask for a minimum investment of about 20$?
4 responses
@rhodzptc (1319)
• Philippines
21 Apr 13
Well there are these investment sites that has a minimum of $10 to start investing but your not the one who do the trading instead you just wait for your money to earn daily. The risk is that the site might turn to scam once they got broke. There are lot of them currently I have joined with that kind of sites and I already earned $1500 since December last year up to present.
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• India
21 Apr 13
Wow!That is some great earning. Can you please mention the sites for which you have invested your money?
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
21 Apr 13
Did you mean Forex trading? I suggest you to not spend out money in the things that you don't know very well. If it's about Forex trading, it's highly advisable if you start with $100 - $200 for holding the loss. If you start with $20, you will likely lost all of your investment. Before using any real money, try to open a demo account first.
• India
21 Apr 13
which is the best site for forex trading?
@varier (5699)
• Indonesia
22 Apr 13
Well, I haven't read reviews of many Forex trading platform. But I guess you can trust Instaforex enough
• Bangalore, India
6 Nov 15
There lot on net to be allured by high returns. If its that much easy then everybody would have been Warren Buffet. Anyway, trading is highly discipline and risky activity. A single wrong decision can wipe out your entire capital. Find a good broker and experienced financial advisor.
@TeamCholent (2843)
• United States
21 Apr 13
The less you invest the less return you will get. The first and most important rule when investing is to invest only what you can afford to lose. My portfolio started off with $250 and every month I sent over more cash and slowly really built it up nicely. Why not looking at placing your money into the local stock market or bond market?