A recent study conducted by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the Financial Times has found that the salary gap between investors and their firms may be as large as $500,000 a year for those who hold a degree.
The IFAD’s latest report, released in December, looked at the average salaries of 1,200 forex traders in 40 different countries and found that, for the top earners, salaries in that country are in the range of $1.2 million to $2 million.
In India, the median salary is $2.5 million, and in Turkey, the average is $3.1 million.
“The average wage for a top-earning Forex trader in India is $4 million,” said Andrew MacGregor, the IFAD Country Director for the Middle East and North Africa region, in a statement.
Rather, they are more likely to be in their early to mid-30s and earn in excess of $10 million.” “
We know that the top-paid Forex traders tend to be younger than average and this is not because of the lack of technical skills.
Rather, they are more likely to be in their early to mid-30s and earn in excess of $10 million.”
MacGregion said the IFED also looked at median salary levels for Forex trading professionals in the United States, and found the median salaries of those earning the median annual salary are $8.4 million.
According to MacGregions research, Forex-trading professionals also make an average of $20 million in annual salaries.
“It is the vast majority of these people who earn very little, and a large majority are working in the financial services industry,” MacGregors said.
“If you look at the pay and the performance of people in other fields, it is very different.
There are also very few in finance and technology.
The vast majority are not in finance or tech, but they are in finance, or they are just the middle-aged men and women.”
Forex trades are a complex, time-consuming and expensive process, which is why it is hard to pinpoint the exact numbers of people who make and lose money every day in Forex.
“There is a lot of noise in the market, and there is a tremendous amount of noise,” Macgregion said.
MacGregi’s research found that a typical Forex trade can be made between three to five times a day.
The trade typically involves buying and selling short positions on a specific currency, and then placing short bets on the market price of the currency or stock, such as a price change on a stock or a company’s stock price.
Macgregions research found the average trading day for a Forex broker is between one and three hours.
Mac Gregion added that there are also a number of other factors that can affect the Forey Trader’s salary, such for example, how long he or she has been in the business, or whether they have a professional relationship with the company.
For the average Forex Trader, MacGregison said that the average salary should reflect the type of trade and experience.
“For example, the typical Forey trader is a full-time trader who has been trading for a long time and has a professional connection with the forex industry,” he said.
If the Foreya Trader has been working in a non-forex industry, Macgregi said the Foreyan should have a minimum salary of between $2 and 10 times the median Forey salary.
“When a Forey is working in an industry with very low wages, there is less incentive to do this type of job,” he explained.
The bottom line, however, is that a Foreya trader should not be able to make more than $2,500 per month, Mac Gregions said.
In fact, the salaries of Forey traders should not even exceed the average $2 per hour minimum wage in the U.S. According the IFD, a Foreyan’s average annual salary in the industry averages $4,824.
The median salary in that industry is $8,945, according to the study.
Foreya traders are also more likely than Forey-traders to work in finance.
“Foreya traders tend more in finance because they have the benefit of having a professional, professional relationship, but that also means they are also likely to have some other job skills that are important to the company,” Mac Gregi said.