One of the main focus of Money Investors is to create large capital to invest in business ventures such as Industries, Forex, Agriculture, Schools, Export, and Imports, etc. You may find below, more details about our business focus:
Our major target is forex trading. Forex trading earns us the largest and greatest amount of money.
The forex market is the largest and most liquid of the financial markets.
Daily activity often exceeds $4 trillion USD a day, with over $1.5 trillion of that conducted in the form of spot trading.
Forex spot trades consist of a contract to trade a given amount of a currency pair derivative with a market-maker, at the advertised buy/sell price (the spot rate).
It is the existence of volatility within the forex market that enables trader’s to take advantage of exchange rate fluctuations for speculative purposes.
Because of the numerous benefits of forex trading and the huge capital it accrues, we invest the largest portion of our capital into it.
Money Investors is still operating due to the numerous profit margin we obtain from forex trading.We make huge profits from forex within the shortest period of time to pay our investors
Population: Today, the world has more than 6 billion people, with more than 5 billion of those in developing countries. Developing country populations are projected to continue to grow relatively rapidly —1.2 percent annually to 2030 before declining to a 0.9 percent annual average to 2050. By contrast, populations in industrial countries are projected to grow a more modest 0.3 percent annually to 2030 and 0.2 percent annually to 2050.
Global Wealth: While world population growth will be important to future markets for food, economic growth will be much more important. Not only has the rate of economic growth in developing countries come to outpace that in developed areas, but it has made them increasingly urban, as well.
By 2050 global per capita income is expected to increase to nearly three times the 2005 level. While developed country growth continues at less than 2 percent annually, the pace in developing countries could exceed 5 percent per year, a trend reversal that began in the 1990s. This shift has enormous implications for global agriculture as it creates more and more higher-income consumers, (defined in terms of local economic conditions) with dramatically different food spending patterns.
Money Investors has, therefore, seen the enormous profit from agriculture sectors such as crop and animal husbandry and invest into it to tap the profit from the agriculture industry due to the increase in the population of the world at large.
We, therefore, have excellent turnovers from the investment we undertake in the agriculture sector to support this program.