Located in Austria and online since in 2013, I2 Investments (I² Investments / iiinvestments.com) provides online trading opportunity for investors in forex, gold, silver, oil and other attractive assets. Being STP brokerage, I2 Investments brings traders true liquidity and direct dealer market access. Currently, I2 Investments manages over 23 million dollars of client assets. With a very impressive verified track record, it's clear this company is a unique opportunity for investors. 

Trading Platform

The broker trades on behalf of its clients. I2 Investments offers cutting-edge software for both retail and institutional investors. The team of experienced analysts stand by 3 major principles: strategy, discipline, consistency. Every account is monitored by at least two members of analytical team to prevent sudden meltdown.

The analysis of the market is performed based on central bank inputs and major economic releases, together with the technical analysis closely monitoring support and resistance levels.

You can go over the track record available on the broker’s website with detailed month-by-month basis since February 2014.

Account Types

You have a selection of three trading accounts: Silver (minimum deposit $3,000), Gold (minimum deposit $10,000 and Diamond (minimum deposit $25,000). Fees are charged on net profits.

Payment Options

Bank Wire transfer, Credit Card, Bit Coin transfer.

Regulation

The firm is regulated by BDC and funds are traded at fully regulated brokerages.  Clients’ funds are kept securely in segregated accounts.

Customer Support

Assistance is available 24 hours a day, during trading hours by email, phone, live chat, Skype and fax.

Comments  

0 #3 Joe 2017-05-19 07:36
Best proved to be the most profitable investment fund available. It is well known for maintaining its transparency in the industry. Highly recommended.
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0 #2 Ralph 2017-03-24 10:39
It appears STRANGE that while this company/busines s has been operating for many months with great profits, only now are the comments starting in 2017. WHY NOT 2014 onwards???
This smells of danger people, be careful and be wise. TED raises a good point about placements writing great reviews to suck you in.
Be careful........ ..........
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0 #1 Sean 2017-03-14 17:26
You say they are regulated by BDC but who are THEY????
(Not Austrian financial regulator)
while it seems reassuring to hear a broker is regulated we need to ask regulated for what???
Many companies say they are "regulated for conduct of business" which means regulated as to how they deal with customers but not financially regulated
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