AT Partnerships – All Your Questions Answered

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Who is AT Partnerships?

AT Partnerships stands for Advanced Trading Partnerships. We specialise in generating passive returns for our members through Gold, Oil and Foreign Exchange markets. Learn more.

AT Partnerships stands for Advanced Trading Partnerships. We aim to achieve superior returns for our clients through a diversified selection of markets. Best of all we offer a passive return, with no time or effort on your behalf.

I have never traded anything before, do I need experience?

Zero experience is required! AT Partnerships services are geared towards people who have never traded or know very little about trading. After all, isn’t it better left to the experts?

Limited, to no trading experience? Not to worry, that’s where AT Partnerships expertise come to the rescue.  AT Partnerships services are prominently tailored towards clients with no previous trading experience.

 

What is the risk of losing my money?

AT Partnerships traders always trade at a low percentage of the account to minimise risk. We also have specific safeguards in place to reduce risks to investors, such as diversification opportunities and stop loss levels.

Always trading at a low percentage of the account, introducing diversification opportunities and stop loss levels are just a few examples of specific safeguards that are currently in place to help minimise risk for AT Partnership traders and investors.

What is an AFSL and why is it important for AT Partnerships to be a representative of one?

AFSL stands for Australian Financial Services Licence. Your bank will hold an AFSL licence to do business in financial services. Just about anyone can open a business and get an ABN (Australian Business Number); the fact that a business has an ABN does not offer any security whatsoever. (Your local corner shop, for example, holds an ABN.) The AT Partnerships is proudly an Australian Financial Services Authorised Representative. This is important to our clients because this means we are authorised to deal in financial products. Below are the classes of our licence:

AFSL stands for Australian Financial Services Licence. It is compulsory to be a holder of an AFSL License to be able conduct business in financial services. Obtaining an ABN (Australian Business Number) is seemingly accessible these days. The fact a business has an ABN doesn’t hold much creditability or offer any security. The AT Partnerships is proudly an AFSL authorised representative. This resonates highly with our clients because this means we are authorised to deal in financial products.  Below are the classes of our licence:

Classes:

 

Provide general financial product advice only

 

Arrange for a person to deal in a financial product

 

Issue or vary a financial product

 

Apply for, acquire and dispose of financial products on another’s behalf.

 

What is an MDA License?

AT Partnerships operates a Managed Discretionary Account Service. This means that clients can invest in a particular strategy we offer and the investment manager or trader trades and invests the client’s capital on a discretionary basis. This means that the MDA manager can invest or trade on behalf of the client without going back to the client each time the MDA Manager seeks to make a trade. This arrangement may suit certain investment strategies and clients because trading opportunities may present themselves and then disappear without being able to obtain permission.

AT Partnerships operates a Managed Discretionary Account Service. As trading opportunities often present themselves and go quite quickly, most clients take kindly to fact that a MDA Manager is able to invest on their behalf, without having to constantly check in with them. Having the authority to do this allows the MDA Manager and client to take advantage of great trading prospects.

 

Below are the key points for Managed Discretionary Account (MDA) Service.

 

The assets are held in the client’s name at the execution and clearing broker (e.g. Axitrader)

 

Performance Fee’s based on Results – Performance is the key to the MDA Client relationship and our trading results are a testimony to our success. We do not take a performance fee if our strategies are not creating positive results.

We strive for the best results for our clients, hence we don’t charge a performance fee if our strategies fail to deliver progressive results.

 

Daily Statements: Clients have access to Daily and Monthly position statements for full transparency of their investment.

 

No Minimum Time Frames: There are no set time frames with managed accounts.

 

Access Multiple Strategies: Control your investment opportunities with multiple asset classes and strategies.

 

Access: Clients retain full access to the investment account at all times.

 

Where is my money held?

Your trading capital is held at a broker. A broker acts as a gateway to the trading market. You are required to open your own personal broker account to utilise our services. We utilise Axi Trader who are one of Australia’s largest foreign exchange derivatives brokers.

Your trading capital is held at a broker. You are required to open your own personal broker account to utilise our services, which we can help you setup, it’s very quick and simple indeed.

Visit our Getting Started section for a more detailed example of how this works.

 

What is the minimum starting capital?

The minimum is $5,000 per trading account. Those members who are new to trading often like to start with a smaller amount.

Opting to commence trading with a smaller amount is available with the minimum being $5,000 per trading account.

How do I deposit or withdraw from my broker account?

Options to deposit into your broker account include: Internet transfer, direct deposit or credit card. Withdrawal occurs to your nominated bank account.

Internet transfer, direct deposit or credit card are the options available to deposit into your broker account. Withdrawal occurs to your nominated bank account.

How do I check my account/track trading progress?

Most people choose to receive a daily statement via email. However, you can also watch the trading live if you choose. Speak to a senior consultant for more details.

You can keep up to date with your account and trading progress by watching the trading live or opting to receive statements via email. For further details or any other queries you may have simply speak to an AT Partnerships Senior Consultant.

Can I cancel my subscription?

Yes at any time, that’s why our clients love us! If you want to stop at any time, you just cancel (no fees apply). It’s an extra incentive for us to help you to succeed.

You have the option of canceling your subscription with no incurring fees at any time. This is often music to our client’s ears!

Can I use my Self-Managed Super to (SMF) to come on board via investments?

Yes. 60% of all our clients utilise their Super to invest with our company

Option A. Use your Self-Managed Super to invest

 

Option B. Find out from your Superannuation adviser if you can roll over your industry Super into a Self-Managed fund and invest a portion of your super into one of our investment options.

Option B: Get in contact with your Superannuation adviser to find out if you are eligible to roll over your Industry Super into a Self-Managed Fund. If this is an option available to you, you can then invest a portion of your super into one of our investment strategies.

Although we can’t advise you directly on this part we can point you in the right direction to assist you to establish a Self-Managed Super fund. Typically our Self-Managed Super Fund set up partner can do this in only 3 – 4 weeks (which is much quicker than traditional channels).

We work in alliance with a Self-Managed Super Fund set up partner. They are better equipped to assist you in establishing a Self-Managed Super Fund. Our Self-Managed Super Fund set up partner have been able in the past to do this in as little as 3-4 weeks, which is significantly quicker than traditional mediums.

At AT partnerships we have zero tolerance for scams – find out who we are and what we do and how we can help your money work for you.

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