CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. The majority of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
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Trading Specifications

Below are the fees charged for the use of our financial instruments, as well as a detailed trading schedule. Further information regarding our costs and charges can be found in the Company's General Fees Policy.

    This schedule covers the period 17.06.2024 - 23.06.2024. The trading schedule is automatically updated every Monday.

    * Information regarding past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance
    ** Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance
    The spread may vary depending on market conditions and liquidity. Under certain circumstances, the spread can be either higher or lower than the level shown in our table. Also, please pay attention to the overnight funding that is charged for keeping open positions.

    Other Fees

    Withdrawal (Bank Transfer) Fee

    The Company does not charge a withdrawal fee and has no restriction as to the minimum withdrawal amount — starting from $2, you can withdraw your funds. To withdraw an amount less than $2, you will need to contact our Support Team for assistance. Our specialists will provide you with the possible scenarios.

    Depending on the country, a fee may be charged for withdrawing funds through payment systems.

    Inactive Account Fee

    The Company reserves the right to charge dormant account fees of up to $10 (Dollar ten or the equivalent amount in another currency on the day of deduction of the fee) in case the account has been inactive for a period of 90 days (i.e. no deposits and/or trading activity). Further to this, each month the Company will consider the activity over the past 90 days in determining if the administrative fee will be charged again.