Trading Conditions

Trading environment that offers exceptional and competitive trading conditions.

Forex
Leverage
Instruments
1:200
EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, USD/CAD, USD/CHF, AUD/USD

Contract size: 100,000

Cryptocurrencies
Leverage
Instruments
1:10
BTC/USD
1:5
ETH/USD, LTC/USD

Contract size: 1

Metals
Leverage
Instruments
1:100
XAU/USD, XAG/USD

Contract size: Gold: 100, Silver: 5,000

Indices
Leverage
Instruments
1:200
UK100, US500, DE40

Contract size: 1

Standard Fixed Trading Conditions
Account Currency
USD
Maximum deposit
Depends on Payment method
Commission
No Commission
Spread
from 1 pip
Margin Call
100%
Stop out
50%
Swap-Free
Yes
Stop Levels
No
Trading Instruments
Forex, Indices, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies,
Maximum Number of Positions
Unlimited
Minimum Volume in lots
0,01
Maximum Volume in lots
1
Swap Long & Short
0
Trading hours (GMT+2)
Mon-Fri: 00:01-23:58

What is Leverage?

Technically, leverage is where a trader has a large sum at their disposal while using a significantly smaller amount of their own funds. They effectively borrow the rest from their broker. For example, if you’re trading with a 1:400 leverage, and you have $100 USD in your account, you’ve got $40,000 available for trading.

What is Margin?

Technically, leverage is where a trader has a large sum at their disposal while using a significantly smaller amount of their own funds. They effectively borrow the rest from their broker. For example, if you’re trading with a 1:400 leverage, and you have $100 USD in your account, you’ve got $40,000 available for trading.

What is Swap-Free Trading Account?

A swap-free trading account, also known as a no-swap or interest-free trading account, is a trading account that does not require you to pay or receive interest. With our webapp after choosing the product you would like to trade, you can select the trade duration starting from 5-minute interval to a maximum of 60-minute interval for the trade which closes the position after the specific time slot.

What is Stop Level?

To be precise, stop level in foreign exchange refers directly to Stop Loss. This is a type of order vital for limiting losses in Foreign exchange and is a specific point at which all of a trader's active positions are closed automatically because of a decrease in their margin levels, meaning that they can no longer support the open positions.

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