In the table, please see the lowest margin requirements possible that may be provided by the Company. The margin requirements for each instrument / group of instruments depend on the individual settings of a certain trading account.
Forex instruments are subject to foreign exchange spot, or FX spot. All other groups of instruments, such as, Metals, Indexes, Energies, Stocks, ETF, and Crypto, refer to contracts for difference (CFD) on these instruments.
When keeping a position overnight, note that the Company applies a triple swap on Wednesday in order to compensate for the upcoming weekend. There are some exceptions to this rule: a triple swap for CFDs on Energies, CFDs on Commodities and CFDs on Indexes is applied on Friday.
During the daily break (23:59:00 - 00:05:00) significantly widened spreads are possible due to low liquidity. Placing orders during this period is not possible.
The pending order can be placed in a distance corresponding to two average spreads. You can refer to the latest information about the pending order level on the trading terminal.
Short-selling (or shorting) may not be allowed on some instruments during certain time periods due to either counter-party or regulatory restrictions imposed on the same. For more details, please contact Customer Support.Please note
For currency pairs, the size of spread is expressed in pips as per the commonly used format, namely 1 pip in 5-digit price quotations is expressed as the fourth digit after a decimal point (0.0001), and in 3-digit quotations it is the second digit after a decimal point (0.01).
The maximum number of open positions, minimum lot and step sizes, as well as maximum lot size per trade depend on your individual trading conditions.
The current spread size is displayed with delay and is not guaranteed by the company.
The information on swaps is updated daily at 23:50 trading terminal time.
Due to technical features, the start of adding swap points is at 23:59:00 (trading terminal time), therefore the very last minute of the day may be taken into account when adding swap points.
The size of swaps is expressed in points according to the trading platform's terminology, i.e. determined by the accuracy relevant to the instrument. For example, 1 point for EURUSD is equal to 0.00001.
Margin requirements determine the amounts of funds that clients should have available in their trading accounts as collateral for maintaining open positions.
Earn margin requirements are fixed for MT5 accounts, and floating for certain groups of financial instruments in MT4 accounts. Fixed margin requirements are those that don’t change with respect to the size of positions.
Floating margin requirements are those that change (‘float’) as the size of the position in an instrument that has floating leverage changes.
Costs and charges
Key to an investor's journey in the CFD market is an understanding of the associated costs and charges.
Commission fees can significantly impact profitability. Being aware of these expenses is essential for traders to make informed decisions and optimize their trading strategies in this dynamic environment.