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Noble Sky Profile
not regulated
Investor protection
Fund protection
Publicly traded
Restricted in
Not serving
х Canada, Israel, US
Broker type
Dealing book
A+B hybrid book
Execution speed
1000 ms
LPs total
LPs quality
LPs names

Noble Sky Accounts
Minimum Deposit
100 $
200 : 1
Minimum Lot
0.01 lots
EURUSD spread
1 pips
0 $/lotRT
50 lots
Margin Call
50 %
Stop Out
20 %
Deposit & Fees
Deposit methods
Base currency
Segregated accounts
Interest on margin
Inactivity fee
after 12 months
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Is Noble Sky safe?

  • Investor protection: no
  • Regulation: not regulated
  • Registration: FSA SVG, CGSE Hong Kong
  • Publicly traded: no
  • Segregated account: no
  • Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
  • Negative Balance Protection: yes

Is Noble Sky trusted?

  • Information transparency: high ★★★★★
  • Customer service: virtually non-existent
  • Noble Sky website: semi-detailed, updated ★★★
  • Noble Sky popularity (by visitor count): low visits ★★

How Noble Sky works

Strict NO re-quotes policy – NO Virtual Dealer plug-in
100% execution rate no rejection of orders
Noble Sky ™ has pioneered at introducing a no re-quotes and no rejection of orders policy since 2018. We offer 100% execution of orders with 99.35% of all our orders executed in less than 1 second.
At Noble Sky ™ you can trade 5 million with a simple click, as we guarantee fills on market orders up to 50 lots (5 million). However, if you intend to deal in an amount even bigger than this, you can split up the order into smaller trade sizes.

Retail clients are protected by 20,000 Euros of investor compensation funds. At the same time, all clients will enjoy a Negative balance protection policy, which prevents the clients to lose more than their account balance.

Do you support news data trading?
Yes we support

Do you allow scalping?
Yes, we allow it.

1.1 NOBLE SKY TREASURE Global Finance Co.,LLC...(hereinafter called the “Company").
3.7 Transactions in derivative Securities are not undertaken on a recognized and regulated exchange (i.e., undertaken through the Company’s Trading Platform) and, as such, they may expose the Client to greater risks than regulated exchange transactions. The terms and conditions and trading rules may be established solely by the counterparty, which in this case is the Company. You may only be able to close an open position of any given Security during the operating hours of the Company’s Trading Platform. You will also have to close any position with the same counterparty with whom it was originally entered into.

41.3 The Company may deal/cooperate with Underlying Markets (i.e., Exchanges, Market Makers or other similar body). The Company may proceed with executing a Client's order outside of a regulated market as long as this action is deemed to be in line with its Order Execution Policy. By signing this Agreement, you agree that we may enter into Transactions on your behalf outside a regulated market.

41.4 We may, at our reasonable discretion, arrange for Instructions to Deal to be executed with or through a third party. We will not be liable to you for any act or omission of any such third party, except where we have acted negligently, fraudulently or in willful default in relation to the appointment of the third party.

41.5 Unless the context otherwise requires, we will act on your behalf to execute your Instructions to Deal as principal.

41.7 The Company may aggregate Instructions to Deal received from its clients. Aggregation means that we may combine your Instruction to Deal with those of other clients of ours for execution as a single order. We may combine your Instruction to Deal with those of other clients if we reasonably believe that this is in the overall best interests of our clients as a whole. However, on occasions, aggregation may result in you obtaining a less favourable price once your Instruction to Deal has been executed.

73. Market Making
73.1 You are specifically made aware that in certain markets, including the foreign exchange markets, OTC foreign exchange options and CFD Contracts, we may act as a "Market Maker", i.e., we may take the risk of holding a certain number of Supported Securities in order to facilitate trading in these Securities by displaying/quoting 'bid' and 'ask' prices ('buy' and 'sell' quotations) for such Supported Securities on our Online Trading Facility and filling Orders received in respect to such Supported Financial Instruments from our own inventory or seeking an Offsetting Order.

73.4 You accept that, in such Markets where we act as Market Maker, we may hold positions that are contrary to your positions and/or the positions of certain other of our clients, resulting in potential conflicts of interest between us, and any such other of our clients.

59.3 Unlawful trading techniques: Internet, connectivity delays, and price feed errors sometimes create a situation where the price(s) displayed on our Online Trading Facility do(es) not accurately reflect the market rates. The concept of using trading strategies aimed at exploiting errors in prices and/or concluding trades at off-market prices and/or by taking advantage of internet delays (commonly known as "arbitrage", "sniping" or "scalping" hereinafter, collectively, referred to as " Arbitrage"), cannot exist in an OTC market where the client is buying or selling directly from the principal; accordingly, we reserve the right, at our sole discretion, NOT to permit the abusive exploitation of Arbitrage on our Online Trading Facility and/or in connection with our Services;

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