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HotForex Introduces Titans Investment Program

HotForex, or HF Markets Ltd, the Forex broker operating from Mauritius, is now offering its clients to get access to some institutional grade trading thanks to the newly launched Titans investment program. 
In its essence, the service resembles a lot a PAMM program – it offers retail traders to allocate funds across trading systems run by more experienced and professional traders. This is where the Titans come into play – they are teams of highly qualified and experienced traders who will attempt to manage the funds entrusted to them in the best way possible. At this point the traders get to choose from a list of 11 such systems, with the list depicting not only the main financial requirements for subscribing to a given system but also giving links to some performance stats. The broker claims to have checked the background and trading history of the systems.
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You must have noticed the strange names of the trading systems – well, fellow traders, these names have been taken from the Greek mythology and the epic about the Titans. For the time being, you can see the names of 11 of the 12 giant and mighty gods from the first generation of the Titans. Perhaps you know the stories about Titans from later generations like Atlas (who held the sky on his shoulders) or Prometheus (who helped the mankind by bringing us the fire but was heavily punished for that). We should give due praise to HotForex for picking such an original name for its program.
To make use of the initiative, you need to have a live account with HotForex (an MT4 one will do). Then you go to the dedicated page and pick a Titan in which to invest. On the downside, the minimum investment is rather lump at $10,000 and the minimum trading period is two months. In case you wish to withdraw funds earlier, you'll face a charge of 2%. And while we are discussing money matters, have in mind that each Titan picks a proportion of the profits, while investors should have in mind administration fees, spreads and mark-ups.
On the brighter side, you can invest and re-invest in several Titans and pick amid various strategies (automated, manual and mixed).
The introduction of the Titans investment program comes a couple of months after HotForex stopped supporting ZuluTrade, the social trading platform which enables newbies to profit from the signals of other traders. Back then the broker promised that it would beef up its portfolio of social and investment services and it has obviously stuck to its words.
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