Forex trading changes young CEO’s life as he rakes in the cash

Forex trading changes young CEO’s life as he rakes in the cash

- Louis Boah, a young Ghanaian CEO, is making it big in the forex trading industry

- The young entrepreneur rose from a humble background and was compelled to move into forex trading by life's hardships

- Louis Boah - after becoming a giant in the industry - advises young people on how to make it

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A 33-year-old forex trade investor, Louis Boah, has made a big break in the 6-trillion daily-turnover industry after rising through a lot of tough times.

According to GhanaWeb, the young investor was bred in a broken home where he spent his childhood with his dad who did not have much money to give. learnt that as the firstborn of five children, he needed to carry the burden of catering for his younger siblings.

The demands on him were extremely challenging that Boah could no longer keep up with his banking job salary.

He decided to move on into another venture which fell through after a short moment of success.

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The venture was an investment company named High-Yield Investment Program (HYIPs) whose CEO was arrested for illegal operations.

With his quest for investment still intact after the HYIPs disappointment, the ambitious young inventor ventured into forex trading.

Boah was able to learn fast and quickly established himself as a force to reckon within the industry. He recalls that one of the greatest moments of success was when he made $136,000 (R2 million) from $8 000 (R118 000) in just a matter of three weeks.

With capital generated from genuine and secure forex trading, Boah has set up the Gold Forex Institute that trains other people on the rules of the game and how to make huge returns in a safe and legitimate manner.

The renowned institution now has more than 500 students from the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

Boah's own company portfolio is now worth more than $500,000 (R7,3 million) from forex trading while his personal portfolio is also more than $100,000 (R1,4 million).

The young entrepreneur advises young people who want to venture into the lucrative forex trading industry to not consider it as a get-rich-quick scheme. He said that mindset only leads many people to lose all their funds.

Louis Boah rather encourages anyone with the interest to learn the basic rules of the game and rise through hard work and a thorough understanding of the procedures.

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