GFT's Diminishing Returns
An interesting item recently caught my attention. It was a public relations blurb about a new product offering by currency broker Global Futures & Forex, better known as GFT. The product itself was unspectacular, but the sight of that GFT logo gave me pause.
First, a little background. According to the most recently available statistics, GFT was the sixth-largest retail currency broker in the U.S., as measured by number of clients. The operative term being "was," because about a month ago, GFT quit. It didn't exit the retail forex business entirely, but did cease operations in the U.S....514 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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