Volo Capital is the Master Introducing Broker of Prudent Internasional Berjangka, an international financial product broker certified by major financial regulatory agencies in Indonesia
Volo Capital is an asset management service provider that aspires to jointly create profit and wealth with investors, pursuing the maximization of investors’ interests.
Based on scientific trading concepts and systematic technical analysis, combined with rich financial product trading and fund management experience, a focus on short-term trades in the financial market, and provides investment & wealth management services for individual and institutional investors.
Aim At The World, Plan For The Future
Volo Capital brings together many senior financial experts in international financial markets, including banking, foreign exchange, blockchain, securities, and fund management industry elites to form an expert fund management team. Volo Capital sets our base in Asia, expand to the Southeast Asian market, and aim to become the top-preferred fund management institution in the international finance market
I. 3 Technicals, 2 Analyses, 1 Volume Scientific Trading Strategy
Adhering to the principle of scientific trading, complement with financial investment experience, combining technical indicators and international market fundamental analysis, Volo Capital’s trading strategy can filter and precisely select market entry opportunities. Assisting our trading experts to conduct quick, short-term transactions, focusing on risk control, and pursuing steady asset growth.
II. Prioritising Investor’s Long-Term Interests
Volo Capital’s goal is to become the top fund management service provider that maximizes the long-term interests of investors, applying a small, large quantity, and low-risk trading model to create long-term asset growth for investors
III. Sustainable Commission Model
Emphasising a reasonable and sustainable commission model, Volo Capital does not create a marketing hoax by giving out massive commissions but instead use a long-term, sustainable revenue commission model to guide introducing brokers to maintain high-quality services to investors.
IV. Secured Risk Management System
Risk management is the foundation of Volo Capital’s robust growth. A complete and well-defined organizational structure with a clear division of authority, proper internal control system, and a regulated broker platform is our guarantee to secured risk management.
Volo Capital’s 3 Lines Of Defence For Risk Management
I. Stop Loss Mechanism
Based on the “80-20 Rule”, every trade order will have an 80% profit margin and 20% stop-loss limit to adapt to market fluctuations. If there are any differences between the actual market trend and predicted trend by our trading team, the traders and Hawkeye AI will automatically close the trade position when reaching the 20% loss threshold.
II. Group Division Management
Each investor’s trading account is randomly assigned to different investor groups, and each trader will randomly deploy to manage different groups. This group management mechanism can effectively prevent internal fraud incidents, and also allows traders to perform their best effort to generate asset growth for each group.
III. Account Wallet Separation
In order to ensure the safety of investors’ funds, investors funds will be stored separately by the brokerage platform, 3rd-party custodian banks and the MT4 server. Volo Capital only has the right to manage trades and does not have the authority to withdraw funds or transfer funds.
Partnership Broker – Prudent Internasional Berjangka Financial Regulatory Authority Certificates
Volo Capital Official Website: https://volocapital.biz/
Prudent Internasional Berjangka Website: https://prudents-fx.com/
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