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Spreads & Conditions

The spread is the actual cost to those who open an account to trade with Forex. Who usually invests in the stock market operates by opening a trading account with a broker and deposit their funds into it, leaving it to the broker the various movements. The broker then provides a service and acts investor faith, asking to be compensated for any transaction with the “spread”, the difference between the price BID and ASK price on the currency pair that is traded. The broker adds the spread within the trade price and keeps for himself by covering the costs of management and obtaining a revenue.

The spreads may also vary depending on the type of account that is opened and are different between the various products.

A Standard account will have higher spreads than a Professional account because it is assumed that an account of a professional trader makes several changes on the market (or use the scalping technique) compared to an account of a novice trader.

A.1 Leverage for Basic Retail Clients

1:30 Forex Major Pairs

1:20 Non-Major Forex Pairs

1:20 Major Indices

1:10 Non-Major Indices

1:20 CFDs on Gold

1:5 CFDs on Shares

1:10 CFDs on Commodities

A.2 Leverage for Beginner Retail Clients

1:20 Forex Major Pairs

1:10 Non-Forex Pairs

1:10 Major Indices

1:5 Non-Major Indices

1:10 CFDs on Gold

1:5 CFDs on Shares

1:5 CFDs on Commodities

A.3 Leverage for Experienced Retail Clients

1:30 Forex Major Pairs

1:20 Non-Major Forex Pairs

1:20 Major Indices

1:10 Non-Major Indices

1:20 CFDs on Gold

1:5 CFDs on Shares

1:10 CFDs on Commodities

B. Leverage for Professional Clients

1:100 Forex Major Pairs

1:100 Non-Major Forex Pairs

1:100 Major Indices

1:50 Non-Major Indices

1:100 CFDs on Gold

1:50 CFDs on Shares

1:100 CFDs on Commodities