A CFD can reflect a change in the price of a commodity or a bond and provide a profit or loss from a price change without actually having the commodity or the card itself.
Invest in funds in a successful account.
The exchange rate is the ratio of exchanges between the two currencies, that is, the ratio of the currency unit of a country to the currency unit of another country. For example, the euro/dollar exchange rate is 1.3616, which means that 1 euro can be exchanged for 1.3616 US dollars.
Foreign exchange transactions are exchanges of foreign currency into another foreign currency, that is, a foreign exchange transaction in which one currency of one currency combination is bought while another currency is sold. The foreign exchange market has no specific location, no central exchange, but an electronic network between banks, businesses and individuals to launch currency transactions.
The exchange rates of various currencies in the international market fluctuate frequently and are traded in the form of currency pairs, such as EUR/USD or USD/JPY.
There is not enough available margin in the account of the trading account holder. When the margin ratio is less than 30%, the system will close all positions of the account holder.
* Weekends and holidays may face market volatility, and margins over weekends will be higher. The ratio of margin must be 100% and will be replenished within 15 minutes before the market closes. In the case of insufficient margin, the system will close all open positions in the account holder's account.
The number of contracts that have not been hedged and bought, the buy contract is in a long position and is also known as long.
Trading units in international financial commodity trading, for example: 1 lot of London gold is 150 ounces, 1 lot of London silver is 5,000 ounces. The minimum trading unit has a minimum of 0.1 lots and a single trading limit of 10 lots.
The revision of the current position is based on the stop loss and profit.
Margin is a performance guarantee, a proof of the holding of a certain percentage of funds that must be invested when opening a position. Margin allows investors to hold positions that are higher than the value of the account. The margin for all currency pairs in financial transactions is $1,000/hand.
Net worth / used margin = margin ratio, margin below 30%, the system forced to close the position.
Margin trading means that in the course of the transaction, the investor does not need to pay the full value of the actual value of the traded goods, and only pays a certain percentage of the total amount of the transaction as the performance guarantee.
The market quotation window of the trading platform includes two labels for the product list and the instant map. The Product List tab shows the most recent offers for each item and item, and when you click on the item list and switch to the live view, you can see the current trend of the item.
At the time of the transaction, the transaction is based on the current transaction price of the commodity quotation.
The number of contracts that have not been hedged and bought, the short position is also short.
Withdraw funds from the trading account.
Sign up in the client area, upload a file authentication account, and create a trading account.
Select the appropriate deposit method to deposit funds into your account.
Download the MT5 platform and log in to the platform to start trading.
Risk Tips: Trading CFDs and other leveraged products is risky and may not be suitable for every investor. The advantages and disadvantages of high leverage trading coexist. Before deciding to trade, you should carefully consider your trading objectives, level of experience and risk tolerance. Your losses may exceed your initial investment, so it is not recommended to invest in funds that you cannot afford to lose. Before you start trading, you should understand all the risks associated with CFDs. If you have any questions, it is recommended to seek advice from your financial advisor and read the risk disclosure summary.
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