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How to Set Up an Automated Stock Trading Account in 10 Mins

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Watch the video below to learn how to set up a FREE automated stock trading account in 10 minutes with the Money Pouch.

Once you have watched the video, download our free apps to get started. First, please scan a copy of your passport and the latest copy of a utility bill with your current address on it to your PC. You will need to upload these later to set up an account.

Now, please download the free Money Pouch App.


Once you have downloaded the app, please fill out the risk questionnaire and then contnue on to fill out the account opening application form. At the end, please upload your scanned copy of your passport and utility bill. 

That's it, you have set up a free account in only 10 minutes. Now, please wait for the compliance teams to check all your details for legal purposes. Your account will be set up in a few days.

Once your account is set up, deposit your money and The Money Pouch will trade your account on auto pilot.

Please send a bank transfer online or phone your bank to make a wire transfer. The initial minimum deposit in 10,000 USD. 

You will receive a link in your email. Click on this link to send funds and make a deposit.

That's it. You have set up your automated stock trading account. The Money Pouch will automatically trade ETFs on your behalf.

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