Trading

Why do the rates change?
There are many reasons why rates change. Economic and political conditions could affect the value of an asset, along with interest rates, inflation, major e...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:16 PM
How do I decide which instrument (asset) to trade?
There are many factors involved in choosing which instruments to trade. Novice traders often prefer to invest in instruments they know well or can easily ob...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:19 PM
How to determine the deal size (which amount to trade)?
You should always choose an amount you feel comfortable with, while keeping in mind that leverage gives you the opportunity to open large deals with a relat...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:20 PM
What does going “long” and “short” mean?
Going “long” is when a trader buys an asset expecting its value to rise. This is also called opening a long position. Going “short” or opening a short posit...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:22 PM
How to choose whether to buy or to sell?
One of the great advantages of forex and CFDs Trading is that you can benefit from any change in price, provided you choose the right direction. If you thin...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:23 PM
Should I set Stop-Loss and Take-Profit orders?
By setting Stop-loss and/or Take-profit orders you can have better control over your account. It saves you from having to constantly monitor your open deals...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:26 PM
How is it possible that I can open larger deals than my investment?
When you trade CFDs, you can trade with leverage. We offer leverage of up to 400:1, depending on the instrument and when authorized by local regulations. Me...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:27 PM
How do I see if my open positions are in profit or in loss?
If your "Open P/L" is green, your overall positions are currently in profit. If your "Open P/L" is red, your overall positions are curr...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:29 PM
What is a Pip?
In the financial markets, pip (percentage in point) commonly refers to the smallest unit of change in a currency pair's exchange rate. Most major curre...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:31 PM
What is a spread?
The spread is the difference between the "Sell" price and the "Buy" price of an instrument. For example, if Apple's share CFD is tr...
Sun, 1 Mar, 2020 at 1:33 PM