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Trading Accounts

Execution type Market Market Market
Execution speed 0.1 seconds 0.07 seconds 0.05 seconds
Spread From 0.3 pips From 0.2 pips From 0.1 pips
Commissions NO Commissions NO Commissions NO Commissions
Trading instruments Forex, CFD's, Commodities Forex, CFD's, Commodities Forex, CFD's, Commodities
Leverage From 1:1 to 1:1000 From 1:1 to 1:1000 From 1:1 to 1:200
Swap-free accounts Yes Yes Yes
Minimum capital From 1 000 USD From 5 000 USD From 50 000 USD
Personal manager From 10 000 USD From 10 000 USD From 10 000 USD
Minimum lot 0.01 (0.0001) 0.01 0.01
Maximum lot 1 (100) 100 100
Minimum step 0.01 (0.0001) 0.01 0.01
Maximum orders No limit No limit No limit
Margin Call level 50% 50% 50%
Stop Out level 20% 20% 20%
Limit & stop levels From one spread From one spread From one spread
Storage time of history Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Bonus program Yes Yes No
Open Micro Account Open Pro Account Open VIP Account
Useful information
  1. Standard contract = 1 Lot - 100,000 currency units. Micro Contract = 1 Lot - 1,000,000 Currency Units To achieve the lowest capital requirements, you can choose until 1:1000 leverage level when registering an account.
  2. Minimum lot in the trading terminal are equal to 0.0001 for Micro ECN accounts, but since there is no native support for Micro Accounts in Metatrader4, you must to choose 0.01. Minimum lot for the other accounts is 0.01, and the minimum step is 0.01.
  3. Margin call level, is the warning level. This margin call can vary on weekends and holidays rises until a value of 500% for accounts with higher leverage. We have the rights to prohibit the opening / closing of the Forex orders and lowering the Margin to the Margin call level one or two hours before closing the market, as well as open hedging positions.
  4. Stop Out level - is the security minimum required margin level. If equity has reached this level, orders are closed forcibly until reaches the minimum required. Please note that this Stop Out level is used to decrease own risks of clients going to a negative balance. Stop Out level should not be used as a part of risk management strategy. Always you must to use stop loss orders instead.