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We want to maximize profit on every penny you put in , so the minimum deposit amount is $1000, depending on the account currency. You can open transactions on the platform starting at just $500 or €500.

We have no restrictions as to the minimum withdrawal amount — starting from $2, you can withdraw your funds. The maximum allowable withdrawal amount is $1,000,000.

We aim to process all withdrawal requests within 1 hour. Please keep in mind that the payment service provider may require more time to complete the process depending on the payment method.

You can withdraw up to $100,000 per day. The number of withdrawal requests is unlimited. The withdrawal request must not exceed the amount available on your account.

When you sign in to the site, you can click the "Forgot your password?" link and enter the email address you used for registration. You will get an email message with a link for setting a new password.

To withdraw your money, go to Withdraw Funds. Choose a method, enter the amount and other information, and click "Withdraw Funds". Your request will be handled within 1 hour.

Yes. You need to verify your identity in order to withdraw funds. Account verification is necessary in order to prevent fraudulent financial transactions on the account.

See how Amphion Capital can help you take control of your investments online. By registering with us, choosing an investment plan, and depositing your funds, while we help you make consistent profits.

Because saving and investing are in some ways similar, many of the same ideas apply to both, including the risk of losing money, how easy it is to access your funds, and potential gains. But there are significant differences in exactly how those ideas apply and in how you actually go about saving versus investing. Let's break down the details.

A dividend is a payment made by a corporation to its stockholders, usually out of its profits. Dividends are typically paid regularly (e.g. quarterly) and made as a fixed amount per share of stock.

Dollar-cost averaging is a popular long-term investment strategy that can help investors mitigate risk by turning the market’s natural ups and downs to their advantage. Read on to learn more.

Here are some of the biggest investing myths we’ve come across, along with some tips and pointers to help you stay focused.

Most investments don’t move in the same direction at the same time. If you hold different types of investments, your winners and losers may balance each other out, resulting in less volatility in your portfolio.

To build and manage an investment portfolio, it’s important to understand key ideas like asset allocation (your mix of investments) and diversification (having a variety of investments), and to know the basic steps of managing your investments over time.

Here are four key guidelines to help you prioritize your saving and balance your long- and short-term financial goals. 1) Create a budget. 2) Build an emergency fund, then prioritize long-term goals. 3) Save separately for short-term goals. 4) Boost your saving and be disciplined about spending.

Compounding has been called one of humankind's greatest inventions, but we'll settle for calling it an investor's best friend. Here's why.

Learn what role diversification can play in your portfolio, how you can make it work to your advantage, and what concerns to keep in mind when constructing your portfolio.