“Get Serious About Investing” with eToro and Gael Monfils Author: Guest Author Last Updated: 16 July 2019 Pro tennis player Gael Monfils is no stranger to success. He won 7 ATP singles titles, competed in several Grand Slam tournaments and is going to play in two more this year. Gael is known for having a colourful personality, both on and off the court and has become quite popular with fans of the sport. Despite his hectic training and playing regime, Gael still manages to trade online, and his platform of choice is eToro. eToro is the world’s leading social trading network, which has been at the forefront of Fintech for more than ten years. Over the years, eToro has pioneered various innovative features in the world of online trading, such as CopyTrader, which enable traders to allocate funds to copy other traders’ portfolios in real time, and CopyPortfolio investment strategies, which are ready-made, fully allocated, managed investment portfolios. Gael first heard about eToro from his brother-in-law and was drawn to its wide selection of cryptocurrencies and innovative CopyPortfolio investment strategies. He has been trading on the platform since October 2017. eToro is one of the only platforms that offers trading of both “traditional” financial instruments, such as stocks and commodities, and cryptocurrencies. Playing tennis as a professional is not easy. It takes dedication, hard work, raw talent, and the ability to handle adverse circumstances. Being an online trader requires much of the same qualities – which is why the two can go hand in hand. eToro manages to make trading approachable to a variety of clients, numbering in the millions and in 140 countries. Some of eToro’s main values include leadership, innovation, and fun. Gael Monfils embodies many of these values, which is why this collaboration is quite natural. eToro is a multi-asset platform which offers both investing in stocks and cryptoassets, as well as trading CFDs. Please note that CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 66% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Cryptoassets are volatile instruments which can fluctuate widely in a very short timeframe and therefore are not appropriate for all investors. Other than via CFDs, trading cryptoassets is unregulated and therefore is not supervised by any EU regulatory framework. The post “Get Serious About Investing” with eToro and Gael Monfils appeared first on NewsBTC.