For me, Switzerland is synonymous with financial security. So, I was very glad when I managed to find a Swiss Forex Asset manager, Easy Neu Alpha Partners SA, a member of ARIF, which is an independent association founded for Swiss asset managers and recognized by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority.
We finally have access to a managed account, the Artificial Quant, which is licensed in the European Union as well. The account manager is the Cyprus-registered brokerage firm PriorFx and the accounts are kept there too. PriorFx has a valid operating license not just in the European Union, but it is allowed to perform its activities also in Russia and South-East Asia.
It has become common over time, that a one-time account opening fee is charged at opening in case of the most accounts, which is offset by the yield of the account in a few months. For new accounts, SB1, SB2 and SB3 introduced by DCFX, just the opposite of this is true.
On the basis of the experience accumulated over the recent years, they thought it was time to raise to the next level of trading and increase the yields. And not only one level, as they launched three new accounts. These are versions of the former ST1 account, running with higher risk.
This managed account service invests our money on the Forex market too, at DC Forex Broker.(DCFX).
Last news, publications
- Results of managed accounts in June
- Results of managed accounts in May
- The ST6 managed account became STMAX in May
- Monthly Results of Managed Accounts in April
- Monthly Results of Managed Accounts in March
- Alpha Production Account from a Swiss Asset Management Company
- Monthly Results of Managed Accounts in February
- New chapter in the life of Artificial Quant
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