Re-Elected: Can Hedge Fund Trader X Bonus Save Your 401K From President Obama's Second Term? The S&P 500 is down following the announcement of 4 more years of President Obama as most investors and traders fear losing their investing capital power

PHOENIX, Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With the markets reaching for new highs prior to the election, trader's sentiment is clear - fear about what lies ahead with another 4 years of President Obama.

Hedge Funds, an aggressive outlet for the wealthy, might be the hardest hit as investors move their money to advisors or take over their investments personally.

One of Wall Street's elite Hedge Fund traders sees the writing on the wall and is already doing something to quell the fears of clients and traders alike.

Hedge Fund Trader X Bonus.com's "Mac X" reports how hedge funds, and their traders, are going to survive the coming administration. "Hedge Funds survive by being different from regular, retail traders," Mac says. "You're not going to make 20%... 25% or 30% a year following the crowd or what you see on CNBC. One of my buddies just hit 312% returns in the Silver market and you don't see that on Cable TV."

When asked about how retail investors can hope to keep up with Hedge Fund performance numbers, he said, "Unless you find someone like me or someone with clients like the Vatican Bank, J.P. Morgan or the Emir of Kuwait, you don't have a chance."

For more information about how retail investors can keep up with the changing landscape of professional Hedge Fund traders, visit the official site by clicking here: http://hedgefundtraderxbonus.com//who-is-trader-X

Contact:

Ralph MacLane
Hedge Fund Trader X Bonus
(626) 872-3379  
Email: ralph@hedgefundtraderxbonus.com

 

SOURCE Hedge Fund Trader X Bonus




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