SaxoSelect Trading Strategies
SaxoSelect Trading Strategies is an elite service that lets you follow the strategies of experienced investors exclusively selected by Saxo Bank.
Buying this service means buying into the experience and expertise of carefully selected strategy managers. The available strategies cover a wide range of investment opportunities reaching from a pure equities or commodities focus to technical analysis and pattern based trading strategies that seek to benefit from short term price movements.
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What is a Trading Strategy?
A Trading Strategy is an investment solution for those who are looking for speculative investments but lack the expertise or the time to implement and manage such investments themselves.
Saxo Bank has pre-selected a small number of Trading Strategies ran by strategy managers – whom we call Strategy Providers - and designed a fully automated solution for you to invest alongside your chosen strategy (or strategies) and keep you in control in a fully transparent way.
"How do I start investing in a Trading Strategy?"
Investing in a Trading Strategy is like investing in a fund: pick your strategy, click “Invest” and follow the online instructions to complete the investment. The funds to be invested will be transferred from your main account to the newly created investment account automatically when you complete your investment.
"Do I need to open a new account to invest?"
No, that is not required. When you complete your investment in a Trading Strategy, a sub-account dedicated to that strategy will automatically be created under your existing Saxo Bank account.
"Are Trading Strategies available for everyone?"
Trading Strategies are classified as a high risk investment proposition and as an investor you need to show that you are a suitable investor for the service by taking a MiFID suitability test before you can begin trading.
"Can I trust the performance statistics of the strategies?"
The statistics describing each strategy are based on actual trading data from real money accounts. Performance returns and drawdown statistics, for example, are calculated on the account value, thereby taking into consideration both closed and open trades.