Most frequent questions and answers
N P Financials is a proprietary trading firm that develops and funds traders— enabling them to earn more profits on their trading skills.
NPF Capital Audition is a set of auditions we are conducting to find good traders who can follow the risk & money management rules and achieve laid down targets using their trading style.
For you to become a Funded Trader, there are only 2 steps as below:
It’s that easy.
After you pass the Audition, you’ll receive an email with your account credentials. The funded account will be ready for you to trade, subject to the same risk management rules.
Traders will trade the same account balance as their Audition. If you have traded with $500,000 for the audition, you would also manage $500,000 worth of our capital in your funded trader account.
All Audition accounts are demo accounts with virtual funding. Upon successful completion of the Audition, you will receive login credentials to a live trading account with real funds. Traders are then entitled to 70% of profits generated in the live account.
In order to trade an account with a higher account balance, you can apply for the respective Audition. However, a trader can only have one account per Audition tier. Each account is independent and starts with an Audition.
If you are trading a $100,000 account and wish to trade more, you can apply for a $50,000 account by taking a $50,000 Audition for example. However, to diversify our risk and exposure, those accounts must not be traded with the same strategy, per our Terms & Conditions.
For both the demo NPF Capital Audition account and live trading accounts, the following rules apply:
Note that the daily loss limit applies to current daily equity. For example, a trader with a $100,000 funded account would have a $4,000 daily loss limit. If the trader ran up a profit of $10,000, their new daily loss limit would be $4,400 which is 4% of their new Balance of $110,000.
In addition, there is a limit on the maximum number of open lots. If you are in the $100,000 plan, you will have 10 open lots with risk available. If you buy 5 lots of EUR/USD at 1.2000 and your stop loss is at 1.1800, you would have 5 lots on with risk, so you would have 5 still available. If the EUR/USD moves up to 1.2500, and you update your stop loss to be at 1.2000, which would be your open price, you no longer have risk on that trade. So, you would again have 10 lots available, even though you currently have 5 lots open. In the event that you put on too many trades with risk, then our system will liquidate all trades that currently have risk.
This is only considered a soft breach though, which means, even though you violated the rule, you can continue on trading, and should you reach your 10% profit target (without violating daily or maximum loss limits), you would be upgraded to a live funded account.
We calculate the daily loss limit based on the previous day’s end of day balance. For example, if your prior day’s end of day balance was $100,000, your account would breach when your equity reached $96,000 that day.
Additionally, because we base the daily stop out level on a %, and not a fixed $ amount, the more money you make in your account the wider your daily stop loss is. For example, if you start with a $100,000 balance and grow that account to a $110,000 balance, your daily stop out level is now $4,400 vs. $4,000 previously.
Our Maximum Trailing Drawdown is the maximum your account can drawdown before breaching your account. The initial level is set at 5% from the starting balance of your account. As your account balance increases, the trailing maximum drawdown follows you up until you achieve a profit target of 5% in your account. Once you have achieved a 5% profit target in your account, we take off the trailing drawdown and allow our traders to draw back down to their initial starting balance before breaching the account.
For example, if you have a $100,000 account, you can go down to $95,000 before being disqualified. Let’s say you are a profitable trader and make $4,000 in your account. Your High-Water Mark is now $104,000 (balance, so just closed trades). Your max drawdown limit will be $99,000. Next, you make an additional $1,000 in your account. So, your new High-Water Mark is $105,000. Here is where it will lock in, so as your High-Water Mark rises (let’s say to $106,000, $107,000, etc.) your max drawdown limit will stay at $100,000.
Traders may have a maximum number of open lots equal to 1/10000 the size of their account.
Below are the maximum open lots across all pairs that a trader can have at any given time.
For example, if you are in the $100,000 plan you will have 10 open lots with risk available.
If you buy 5 lots of EURUSD at 1.2000 and your stop loss is at 1.1800, you would have 5 lots on with risk, so you would have 5 still available. If the EURUSD moves up to 1.2500, and you update your stop loss to be at 1.2000, which would be your open price, you no longer have risk on that trade. So, you would again have 10 lots available, even though you currently have 5 lots open.
In the event that you put on too many trades with risk, then our system will liquidate all trades that currently have risk. This is only considered a soft breach though, which means, even though you violated the rule, you can continue on trading, and should you reach your 10% profit target (without violating daily or maximum loss limits), you would be upgraded to a live funded account.
In a live trading account with real funds, NPF Capital Audition requires that traders be flat over the weekend. In other words, all traders must close their positions before the markets close for the weekend. If you don’t close your positions, we will liquidate them for you before the close of the market.
You can hold trades overnight.
We do not limit your trading style or strategy, in any way. Whether your strategy involves discretionary trading, hedging, algorithmic trading, Expert Advisors (EAs) or anything else, you can use it with NPF Capital Audition.
NPF-Traders can request a withdrawal of profits at any time, but no more frequently than every thirty (30) days.
When a withdrawal is requested, NPF will also withdraw its share of the profits and your new highwater equity will be marked down by the total amount of funds withdrawn.
For example, let’s say a trader with a funded $100,000 account posts a profit of $20,000. When they take their 70% profit or $14,000, NPF-Trader would also redeem 30% of profits in the amount of $6,000. Thus, the new account balance, after withdrawal, would be $100,000 and all daily loss limits and trailing drawdown rules would apply to this balance.
In addition, upon withdrawal, the high-water mark for the maximum trailing drawdown is reset to the starting balance. The rationale behind this is that our program is designed to be mutually beneficial. By not locking in the maximum drawdown at the initial balance, it puts our firm at risk of losing money, while having paid out profits to a trader.
Example: You have taken an account from $100,000 to $110,000. You then request a withdrawal of $10,000. In this scenario we would pay you $7,000 and we would retain $3,000. This would also take the balance of the account back down to $100,000, effectively resetting the account back to the start.
Your account would then be able to have the 5% maximum drawdown again, meaning you could lose $5,000. In this scenario you would have been paid $7,000 in profits, while our firm lost $3,000. So, the rule of locking in the maximum trailing drawdown at the starting balance upon the initial withdrawal ensures a mutually beneficial, long-lasting partnership.
There are a few reasons. First and foremost, the fee covers various operating expenses for NPF-Trader— including technology platforms, personnel, customer service functions, marketing and all the healthy expenditures that make a company strong.
In addition, the fee ensures that the trader is committed to the process and committed to successful, disciplined trading practices. When a trader has skin in the game, so to speak, they are incentivized to treat their account responsibly and with the utmost care. After all, the fee is but a small token of commitment rewarded with hundreds of thousands of dollars in real capital to trade. The best part of this arrangement for traders is that it is the only capital they risk. Traders cannot lose more than this fee, as losses on a live funded account are covered by NPF.
The NPF-Trader Audition fee serves as a filter for serious traders. The NPF-Trader community only works when it is comprised of experienced traders that can consistently generate a profit. With limited resources, the NPF-Trader Audition process reveals those who are committed and responsible traders.
At the end of the day, the NPF-Trader program is an extremely valuable service— a win-win for everyone— and the service is accurately priced to support a symbiotic relationship.
In addition to the general Terms and Conditions of N P Financials Pty Ltd, the following NPF Capital Audition’s (also known as NPF-Trader Audition) TERMS & CONDITIONS and N P Financials AGREEMENT are also applicable to between you, the User of this N P Financial Pty Ltd’s Website (https://npfinancials.com.au) (including any sub-domains, unless expressly excluded by their own terms and conditions), and N P Financials Pty Ltd (herein referred to as “N P Financials”, “NPF”, “we”, “our”, “us”), the owner, and operator of this Website.