RANDY MCKAY

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There are few futures operators that have gone from having a multi-thousand dollar account to increasing it to double-digit million-dollar profits, those that have managed to keep their profits are even less. If we now add an estimated base to manage to keep a record of twenty years of very consistent profitability, we are below to approximately the same number that are not Republican supporters of Ted Kennedy, Randy McKay is one of those people, the beginning of his career as a trader McKay coincided with the birth of currency futures trading, despite the fact that currencies have become one of the most traded futures markets, at the beginning they were not very accepted.

Despite the lack of activity in this market, McKay was able with an initial participation of $ 2,000 to increase it to $ 70,000 in its first year of negotiation (actually, a lapse of seven months). McKay continued its success, managing to earn more year after year, this pattern of constant increase in annual profits broke when McKay decided to change from trading in the parquet to operating from home.

He quickly made the necessary adjustments, however, and the second year of activity from home, recorded his first profit of one million dollars, McKay continued to increase his profits year after year successively until 1986, when he suffered his first loss. Prior to that time, McKay had consecutively managed to earn seven million dollars, on his own account, throughout his career as a commercial trader, McKay has been profitable by himself in eighteen of twenty years.

Despite his great success in the markets, McKay has maintained a very low profile, until recently, few people had heard of him, McKay, however, has decided to enter the world of money management, a transition which requires at least a modestly higher public profile.

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