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First, you need to register with the company and access your private office.
In my account, I create and activate a trading account, using the method of account replenishment.
Install the trading terminal and connect your account to the server.
You accept the contract of the public offer (the Client agreement and all appendices to it) in the process of registration of the trader’s personal cabinet. Acceptance of these documents means your full and clear understanding of all the terms of the Client Agreement and its attachments and the assumption of all the rights and obligations provided for in the contract. The signing of a paper version of the Client Agreement is not required.
Please fill in the registration form in Latin. Required fields are marked with “*”. When filling out the form, you create your password from the entrance to your personal cabinet (lock it in yourself). You also need to indicate the “Promo Code”, which you will be provided by an accompanying specialist or you need to apply for it on the phone number specified in the form. A request for confirmation of registration will be sent to the e-mail specified in the form. Go to the link contained in the letter and enter your e – mail as login and password invented and created by you when filling out the registration form.
You can replenish your account as a VISA bank card / MasterCard / Maestro, and an electronic purse QIWI / Yandex / Web Money. In case of replenishment of the account with an electronic purse, you must have a virtual card from the system. And also you can use your Bitcoin a purse for depositing funds into the account. Money is credited to the account in dollars USA, the conversion takes place within your bank or e-wallet at the current rate at the time of the transaction. It is important that the card be connected to the “secure payments” / “sms-banking” / “3d-secur” system.
The minimum amount of replenishment is $ 100
You can withdraw funds from the account by any of the above carriers – to do this, fill out the form: select the account from which you want to withdraw funds; indicate the amount (in figures) in US dollars; Enter the number of the card to which you are output; enter your contact phone number.
The minimum withdrawal amount is $20.
Application for withdrawal of funds is processed up to two working banking days.
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Investor Stanley Druckenmiller On The Stock Market, And His Stock Picks
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The currency exchange rate between two currencies, both of which are not the official currencies of the country in which the exchange rate quote is given in. This phrase is also sometimes used to refer to currency quotes which do not involve the U.S. dollar, regardless of which country the quote is provided in.
For example, if an exchange rate between the British pound and the Japanese yen was quoted in an American newspaper, this would be considered a cross rate in this context, because neither the pound or the yen is the standard currency of the U.S. However, if the exchange rate between the pound and the U.S. dollar were quoted in that same newspaper, it would not be considered a cross rate because the quote involves the U.S. official currency.
The value of one currency expressed in terms of another. For example, if EUR/USD is 1.3200, 1 Euro is worth USD 1.3200.
Leverage is the ability to gear your account into a position greater than your total account margin. For instance, if a trader has $1,000 of margin in his account and he opens a $100,000 position, he leverages his account by 100 times, or 100:1. If he opens a $200,000 position with $1,000 of margin in his account, his leverage is 200 times, or 200:1. Increasing your leverage magnifies both gains and losses.
To calculate the leverage used, divide the total value of your open positions by the total margin balance in your account. For example, if you have $10,000 of margin in your account and you open one standard lot of USD/JPY (100,000 units of the base currency) for $100,000, your leverage ratio is 10:1 ($100,000 / $10,000). If you open one standard lot of EUR/USD for $150,000 (100,000 x EURUSD 1.5000) your leverage ratio is 15:1 ($150,000 / $10,000).
The deposit required to open or maintain a position. Margin can be either “free” or “used”. Used margin is that amount which is being used to maintain an open position, whereas free margin is the amount available to open new positions. With a $1,000 margin balance in your account and a 1% margin requirement to open a position, you can buy or sell a position worth up to a notional $100,000. This allows a trader to leverage his account by up to 100 times or a leverage ratio of 100:1.
If a trader’s account falls below the minimum amount required to maintain an open position, he will receive a “margin call” requiring him to either add more money into his or her account or to close the open position. Most brokers will automatically close a trade when the margin balance falls below the amount required to keep it open. The amount required to maintain an open position is dependent on the broker and could be 50% of the original margin required to open the trade.
The difference between the sell quote and the buy quote or the bid and offer price. For example, if EUR/USD quotes read 1.3200/03, the spread is the difference between 1.3200 and 1.3203, or 3 pips. In order to break even on a trade, a position must move in the direction of the trade by an amount equal to the spread. – The major Forex pairs and their nicknames:
– Understanding Forex currency pair quotes:
You will need to understand how to properly read a currency pair quote before you start trading them. So, let’s get started with this:
The exchange rate of two currencies is quoted in a pair, such as the EURUSD or the USDJPY. The reason for this is because in any foreign exchange transaction you are simultaneously buying one currency and selling another. If you were to buy the EURUSD and the euro strengthened against the dollar, you would then be in a profitable trade. Here’s an example of a Forex quote for the euro vs. the U.S. dollar:
The first currency in the pair that is located to the left of the slash mark is called the base currency, and the second currency of the pair that’s located to the right of the slash market is called the counter or quote currency.
If you buy the EUR/USD (or any other currency pair), the exchange rate tells you how much you need to pay in terms of the quote currency to buy one unit of the base currency. In other words, in the example above, you have to pay 1.32105 U.S. dollars to buy 1 euro.
If you sell the EUR/USD (or any other currency pair), the exchange rate tells you how much of the quote currency you receive for selling one unit of the base currency. In other words, in the example above, you will receive 1.32105 U.S. dollars if you sell 1 euro.
An easy way to think about it is like this: the BASE currency is the BASIS for the trade. So, if you buy the EURUSD you are buying euro’s (base currency) and selling dollars (quote currency), if you sell the EURUSD you are selling euro’s (base currency) and buying dollars (quote currency). So, whether you buy or sell a currency pair, it is always based upon the first currency in the pair; the base currency.
The basic point of Forex trading is to buy a currency pair if you think its base currency will appreciate (increase in value) relative to the quote currency. If you think the base currency will depreciate (lose value) relative to the quote currency you would sell the pair.
Bid and Ask price
The bid is the price at which the market (or your broker) will buy a specific currency pair from you. Thus, at the bid price, a trader can sell the base currency to their broker.
The ask price is the price at which the market (or your broker) will sell a specific currency pair to you. Thus, at the ask price you can buy the base currency from your broker.
The spread of a currency pair varies between brokers and it is the difference between the bid and ask the price.
Pepperstone is an STP broker to provide clients with direct access to other participants in the currency market by consolidating price quotations from several banks. Pepperstone clients have instant access (Straight Through Processing) to some of the best prices with extremely tight spreads.
Pips and Pipettes
Pepperstone quotes currency pairs by “5, 3 and 2” decimal places – these are known as fractional pips or pipettes.
On a 5 decimal place currency pair a pip is 0.00010
On a 3 decimal place currency pair a pip is 0.010
On a 2 decimal place currency pair a pip is 0.10
For example: If GBP/USD moves from 1.51542 to 1.51552, that .00010 USD move higher is one pip.
A margin call is a warning message that occurs when a trader’s account is running out of sufficient funds to sustain their current open positions on the market.
If the market moves against a trader’s position/s, additional funds will be requested through a “margin call”.
If there are insufficient available funds, the trader’s open positions will be closed out
If a trader’s Equity (Balance – Open Profit/Loss) falls below a specific margin level which is the amount required to support open positions, then the trader’s positions will automatically be closed.
This is calculated as follows for the MetaTrader 4 platform: Equity / Margin = < 20%
This is calculated as follows for the cTrader platform: Equity / Margin = < 50%
Hedging refers to the opening of a new position in the opposite direction of an existing position on the same instrument.
For example: To hedge a 0.1 lot Buy position on AUD/USD, you would open a 0.1 lot Sell position on AUD/USD
No additional margin is required to hedge a position. It is important to note that one cannot open a new position on an account with insufficient usable margin.
Forex trading may also generate interest income as well as capital gains. Since forex is traded in pairs, every trade involves not only two different currencies, but their two different interest rates.
If the interest rate of the currency a trader bought is higher than the interest rate of the currency a trader sold, then the trader will earn interest or “rollover” (positive roll).
If the interest rate on the currency the trader bought is lower than the interest rate on the currency you sold, then the trader will pay rollover (negative roll).
Rollovers/swaps can add a significant extra cost or profit to a trade. The rollover amount increases/decreases as the position size increases/decreases.
Rollovers take place at 5pm EST (New York Time)
EA’s are algorithmic programs that have been developed to open trades on behalf of investors on the MetaTrader 4 platform. Expert Advisors are based on signals generated by various technical indicators and may be acquired online.
Multi Account Manager account types on the Meta-Trader 4 platform are designed for Money Managers who trade on behalf of other investors and manage multiple accounts from a single interface. Money Managers can also manage multiple accounts by utilising Expert Advisors (EAs).
This is a term used to describe trading an alternative currency or instrument that is less volatile as a result of market turmoil and uncertainty. Safe haven currencies or instruments are considered low risk because their issuing governments are stable and their economies tend to be strong, however, this does not necessarily mean that they are ‘safe’.
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Trading CFDs and Spot Contracts involves a high level of risk. CFDs trading may not be suitable for everyone, so traders need to ensure that they fully acknowledge all financial and legal aspects and accept any risk of losses that might occur in their investment. Independent advice should be sought if necessary.