DXPortfolio: A Great Passive Investment of 25% to $40% per month
First, I need to explain about e-currencies or digital currencies. DXPortfolio are based and supported by the supply and demand of e-currency. Before, I go on to explain how I have used my e-gold account in accordance with my DXPortfolioto grow a nice size nest egg for later (which is growing as we speak), I have to tell you something. As you can guess, the growth of digital currencies are just beginning. That brought me to the idea of DXPortfolio. This is a portfolio based on the ongoing collection of worldwide e-currency exchange fees. Since these fees will only increase, the portfolio will only increase. As you can see it is a win win situation. The only factor that is involved is how fast or slow it will increase. My experience has shown an average gain in my portfolio of between 25% to 40% increase per month. That will account to an increase of over 500% per year. I have been involved for over 6 months and plan on continuing my involvement. I almost forgot the best part. While this DXPortfolioincrease you can borrow the money you invested to use in other areas, and the portfolio still increases the same. Yes, you read it right. You can continue to use the money you invested while it continues to show profit. If you are interested in this kind of opportunity, I will tell you how I am doing it. Before you begin, you need to open a e-gold account. This is a free account that we will need to fund the DXPortfolio and also get the money back out for use.
E-gold can be used to buy and invest in many other interests on the Internet. I have attached a link on the right column of The Savvy Investor for you to open your free account with e-gold.
Now you need to fund your e-gold account. This will cost you a little but the returns I made outweigh the 3% to 15% you will need to pay to fund your account. I have used many different companies to fund my account for now I will recommend one that I will list in the left column. Currently, I am in the process of starting my own e-gold funding site that will use both money orders and credit cards at a lower rate than I have been paying myself. As soon as I release it, I will up-date this article and the right column here on The Savvy Investor.
Now you need to open your DxAccount. It is the main account that you will use to move money into your portfolio and out of the portfolio. It is free of charge and you will find that there are other opportunities that you can access from your Dxaccount. I have found that at times this site can be slow but remember the rewards are well worth the time. Once again, I have placed a link on the right hand side of The Savvy Investor for your convenience. Now we can start using our Dxaccount and DXPortolio
The first step is to login to the DXAccount. It will take you to a secure login. Now you will see your DXProfile which shows both your DXAccount summary and your DXPortfolio summary. We need to add your e-gold service, so that you can fund your DXAccount with it. So, go to the personal tab on the top and scroll down to DXProfile tab and then continue to scroll until you see external accounts tab. Now you can add your E-gold account under e-services. It is time to fund your account. So, once again click on the personal tab at the top and scroll down to the Dxaccount tab and then scroll to InXchange tab, continue to scroll to E-service tab. Now you can find your account with as much as you will like.
The next step is to move the money from your DXAccount's incoming balance to your DXPortolios reserve balance Click on the personal tab and scroll to the DXPortolio tab. Now continue to scroll own to the reserve balance tab. Next, you will scroll to the From DXAccount. You can move over the amount of money you want to buy digots from now to your reserve balance.
The final step involves the opening of your DXPortfolio and buying of the digots. Click on the personal tab and scroll to the DXPortfolio tab . Now continue to scroll down to the create/new tab and create your new DXPortfolio. It is important that you begin with at least the $15 portfolio. Now we can buy digots. Click on the personal tab and scroll to the DXPortfolio tab. Now continue to scroll down to the buy and sell digots tab. Next go to the digot screen tab to buy the digots. From here you can follow the instructions to buy the digots and learn how to outXchange the debit to your e-gold account. I will let you know there is a fee of usually around 2.5% called OA at the end of every month or so you must pay. Make sure you have enough money in your incoming balance to pay it.
Steven Parsons Author and owner of investing web site that helps give the knowledge and resources eevry inveter must have. The Savvy Investor
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The last time you spoke with your broker did he use any of the following words? Diversification, Price-to-earnings ratios, discretionary trading, lifting a leg (he's talking to you not your dog), leverage, divergence, fee-based compensation, escalator clause, tactical asset allocation and other mesmerizing words to place you in stupefying shock.
"Financial planners are like dentists: they may occasionally inflict pain, but in the end, you will be better off for following their advice!"
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