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Pharaoh

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The good news is that they have an FPA Performance Test. The bad news is that the broker only has a few reviews. This doesn't mean it's a bad broker, but knowing ALL about the broker is important before trusting the broker. Nordhill itself also has few reviews.

They do offer to support accounts at a couple more brokers. It looks like at least some of the links to sign up are affiliate links. Strangely, they want you to use only the lesser-known broker unless you use a mixed strategy.

If you do want to open an account with them, ask if you can set up your account directly with the broker, not using an affiliate link. The reason for this is that you want any account manager to be paid ONLY based on performance. Affiliates and IBs usually get paid a part of spread/commission whether the trade wins or looses.

The bare minimum for investment is $5000. Although this looks like a promising company, you need to dig deeper into both the company and the broker before putting that much money on the table.

My recommendation - do more research on them and also keep following the reviews and Performance Test longer before making any final decision.
 

Edforceone

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The good news is that they have an FPA Performance Test. The bad news is that the broker only has a few reviews. This doesn't mean it's a bad broker, but knowing ALL about the broker is important before trusting the broker. Nordhill itself also has few reviews.

They do offer to support accounts at a couple more brokers. It looks like at least some of the links to sign up are affiliate links. Strangely, they want you to use only the lesser-known broker unless you use a mixed strategy.

If you do want to open an account with them, ask if you can set up your account directly with the broker, not using an affiliate link. The reason for this is that you want any account manager to be paid ONLY based on performance. Affiliates and IBs usually get paid a part of spread/commission whether the trade wins or looses.

The bare minimum for investment is $5000. Although this looks like a promising company, you need to dig deeper into both the company and the broker before putting that much money on the table.

My recommendation - do more research on them and also keep following the reviews and Performance Test longer before making any final decision.

Nordhill capital works mainly with SFX MARKETS, I have been checking their performance for about 6 moths, but when I started to see them the managed account was in the name of SFX funds, it seems that the managed account was done by the same broker, then for some reason they came up with Nordhill Capital to manage these accounts.
 

Marcelo Rosa

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The good news is that they have an FPA Performance Test. The bad news is that the broker only has a few reviews. This doesn't mean it's a bad broker, but knowing ALL about the broker is important before trusting the broker. Nordhill itself also has few reviews.

They do offer to support accounts at a couple more brokers. It looks like at least some of the links to sign up are affiliate links. Strangely, they want you to use only the lesser-known broker unless you use a mixed strategy.

If you do want to open an account with them, ask if you can set up your account directly with the broker, not using an affiliate link. The reason for this is that you want any account manager to be paid ONLY based on performance. Affiliates and IBs usually get paid a part of spread/commission whether the trade wins or looses.

The bare minimum for investment is $5000. Although this looks like a promising company, you need to dig deeper into both the company and the broker before putting that much money on the table.

My recommendation - do more research on them and also keep following the reviews and Performance Test longer before making any final decision.
The good news is that they have an FPA Performance Test. The bad news is that the broker only has a few reviews. This doesn't mean it's a bad broker, but knowing ALL about the broker is important before trusting the broker. Nordhill itself also has few reviews.

They do offer to support accounts at a couple more brokers. It looks like at least some of the links to sign up are affiliate links. Strangely, they want you to use only the lesser-known broker unless you use a mixed strategy.

If you do want to open an account with them, ask if you can set up your account directly with the broker, not using an affiliate link. The reason for this is that you want any account manager to be paid ONLY based on performance. Affiliates and IBs usually get paid a part of spread/commission whether the trade wins or looses.

The bare minimum for investment is $5000. Although this looks like a promising company, you need to dig deeper into both the company and the broker before putting that much money on the table.

My recommendation - do more research on them and also keep following the reviews and Performance Test longer before making any final decision.
Thanks Pharaoh for the research as well, after two months talking and checking thousand of informations, I decided to open 1 account with $5K investment, so far the trades are being reasonable, you can login to the platform and every other day you can see the trade updates, performance and so on. The good thing is: I create a trade account also, so when there are profits, I can immediately transfer from the investment account to my trade account and them trade by myself or request a withdraw, it should take 3-4 working days.

I didn't open through any IBs, I chose the broker based on my capital and risk aversion, since the UK broker called Hantec Market requires $30K initial investment and Swissquote requires $50K, I decide to open with SFX-Markets, they are based in the British Virgin Island, but you send your money to europe, to a bank in Tallin, Estonia, according to them is because european banks are more strict then the ones in BVI, which I agree, and your funds are actually held by Barclays Bank, in partnership with the bank in Estonia.

If my capital grows up to $30K, I'll immediately change to Hantec Markets, the reason is because it's FCA regulated and that's why it requires more $ as a managed company, then if grows to $50K, then I'll move to Swissquote, which is FCA and FINMA, 2 strong regulations that would protect my capital at a large scale.

The mix-strategy requires $50K, that's why can be done only via Swissquote or Hantec Markets, the other strategies such as low risk, standard and aggressive mode can be done with either SFX-Market or Hantec.

I'll keep posting updates since I have now a live account, if anybody needs more information, I'll try to search for it.

Regards.
 

yrwecomplaining

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Thanks Pharaoh for the research as well, after two months talking and checking thousand of informations, I decided to open 1 account with $5K investment, so far the trades are being reasonable, you can login to the platform and every other day you can see the trade updates, performance and so on. The good thing is: I create a trade account also, so when there are profits, I can immediately transfer from the investment account to my trade account and them trade by myself or request a withdraw, it should take 3-4 working days.

I didn't open through any IBs, I chose the broker based on my capital and risk aversion, since the UK broker called Hantec Market requires $30K initial investment and Swissquote requires $50K, I decide to open with SFX-Markets, they are based in the British Virgin Island, but you send your money to europe, to a bank in Tallin, Estonia, according to them is because european banks are more strict then the ones in BVI, which I agree, and your funds are actually held by Barclays Bank, in partnership with the bank in Estonia.

If my capital grows up to $30K, I'll immediately change to Hantec Markets, the reason is because it's FCA regulated and that's why it requires more $ as a managed company, then if grows to $50K, then I'll move to Swissquote, which is FCA and FINMA, 2 strong regulations that would protect my capital at a large scale.

The mix-strategy requires $50K, that's why can be done only via Swissquote or Hantec Markets, the other strategies such as low risk, standard and aggressive mode can be done with either SFX-Market or Hantec.

I'll keep posting updates since I have now a live account, if anybody needs more information, I'll try to search for it.

Regards.

Hi Marcelo

I am interested in nordhill. I am thinking of 2 50k accounts. Can you give me Sony feedback in The performance this far. I have a managed Forex account in Australia and using fxpro as the broker. So far it was great 10 per cent return in 2 weeks but lost it all. Profit I mean in 2 days. Oh well. However seems promising. What's your thoughts with nordhill. Is it a scam. I looked at myfxbook book and they are not track verified. Can you confirm. What return each month are you getting

Regards
 

7Art7

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Hello everyone,
I'm invest in Nordhill since november 14 (Nordhill has name of SFX funds). If you want any questions about Nordhill write me pm.
 

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Pharaoh

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Marcelo,

When you have a chance, test the ability to withdraw. That's what I call a "critical feature" of any broker. :)
 

Marcelo Rosa

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Hi Marcelo

I am interested in nordhill. I am thinking of 2 50k accounts. Can you give me Sony feedback in The performance this far. I have a managed Forex account in Australia and using fxpro as the broker. So far it was great 10 per cent return in 2 weeks but lost it all. Profit I mean in 2 days. Oh well. However seems promising. What's your thoughts with nordhill. Is it a scam. I looked at myfxbook book and they are not track verified. Can you confirm. What return each month are you getting

Regards
Hi, I'm quite happy with Nordhill so far, it closed the month of JAN with -3% and FEB it pick up some nice trades and it closed the month with +20%, so the average is still the same, around 9% a month, but this is because I chose the aggressive mode, still don't expect large returns every month, it can go up and down, if a company promises you guaranteed X amount of return every month, that's a clear sign of a ponzi scheme for me.

Regarding myfxbook, I just checked and its track verified, maybe they were updating the system, but it looks all verified now.

This is the only company I'd give thumbs up for anyone to open, as I traders myself, it was very difficult to find a managed company that meets my criterias when it comes to regulations and clear explanation of their investment.

If you interesting about opening an account with them, I'd be happy to give you more feedback.

Regards,

Marcelo
 
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