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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

You will be given a username and password when you register, which you will use to log into your account.

The following papers will be required to open an account: –

  • Identification proof like passport or driving license.
  • Residential proof.
Your account can have a maximum leverage of 1:1000.
You must produce a government-issued ID and proof of address to validate your account.
To register an account, you must give some basic information as well as identity papers.
You must first complete our security and identity paperwork before depositing funds into your account using many ways, including bank transfer, bitcoin, and others.
To do so, just complete out our security and identity papers and choose the amount you want to withdraw.
Our micro-accounts allow you to trade with as little as a few bucks.
There aren’t any hidden charges.
From 5 p.m. EST on Sunday to 4 p.m. EST on Friday, the FX market is open 24 hours a day in multiple locations across the world. The FX market’s ability to operate 24 hours a day is owing in part to diverse worldwide time zones.
We provide a variety of account kinds. You can go through the many account kinds and select the one that best matches your needs.
The spread is the difference between the base currency’s bid and ASK prices.
Variable spreads as low as 0.0 pips are available. There is no need for re-quoting because our clients are provided with the value that our system gets immediately.
Our trading accounts can have a leverage of up to 1:1000, depending on the account type.
Yes, scalping is permitted.

Stop-loss is used to close a previously opened trade at a price that is less advantageous for the customer than the value at the time the stop loss is placed. A stop-loss might be a simple limit you place on your order. Your order will be closed if this limit is reached. Please keep in mind that once you’ve set stop/limit orders, you just need to leave specific distances from the current market value. Please see the limit and stop levels for further information on the points gap for each currency pair.

If you want to limit your losses when the market goes against you, you should use a stop loss.

On BUY, stop-loss points are always placed below the current damage, and on SELL, they are always set above the current ASK price.

The most frequent risk management methods in Forex Trading are limit orders and stop-loss orders. A limit order helps to set a minimum price that must be paid or a maximum price that must be received. Stop-loss orders are used to voluntarily liquidate a position at a current price to reduce potential losses if the market moves against an investor’s position.