Firm Offers Help Rebuilding Retirement Accounts

September 9, 2009 ( - Madison Dean has announced it will manage all U.S. investors' retirement accounts commission-free, starting Wednesday.

The Wall Street asset management firm said it will work one-on-one with every investor who wants help rebuilding his or her portfolio and create an individual trading plan based on the investor’s unique financial goals, risk tolerance and profit objectives – all free of charge.

According to the firm, it is able to help investors replenish their retirement accounts quickly because the company trades exclusively on the Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, which Madison Dean asserts is the most liquid market, with prices that remain more stable than those of the futures or stock markets.

“All investors with IRAs, 401(k)s and other retirement accounts will benefit from Madison Dean’s assistance,” said George Athan, president of Madison Dean, in the announcement.

According to the company, many investors have lost between 40% and 60% of their retirement accounts since last fall – and some accounts are down more than 90%.

“History has shown that on average, it takes the market a minimum of seven years to rebound from losses like this,” said Athan. “Realistically, we haven’t seen something this dramatic since the Great Depression, which means it is more likely investors are looking at a ten-year period before their portfolios are at par.”