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76.56% der CFD-Kleinanlegerkonten verlieren Geld.

Risikowarnung: CFD sind komplexe Instrumente und gehen wegen der Hebelwirkung mit dem hohen Risiko einher, schnell Geld zu verlieren. 76.56% der Kleinanlegerkonten verlieren Geld beim CFD-Handel mit diesem Anbieter. Sie sollten überlegen, ob Sie verstehen, wie CFD funktionieren und ob Sie es sich leisten können, das hohe Risiko einzugehen, Ihr Geld zu verlieren.

FAQ

General Questions
  • Forex trading is available 24 hours 5 days a week, from Monday 00:00:30 GMT+3 till Friday 23:57:59 GMT+3. There is some time break from 23:59:00 GMT+3 to 01:00:00 GMT+3 each day.
  • Do not treat trading on Forex as a casino. There is nothing in common between the casino and Forex. It is necessary to work hard, learn all the features and aspects of the Forex market. To become a successful trader, patience and hard work are in much bigger need than good luck. Everything depends on you.
  • No, we do not work with US clients.
  • Forex market doesn’t work on weekends.
  • To become a Forex trader, start with learning the basics of the Forex trading – the main definitions and concepts. Then work out the theoretical knowledge on demo accounts. One more step towards becoming a Forex trader is writing a trading plan. The trading plan helps to avoid mistakes and minimize the risks arising in the trading process. The trading plan is based on a comprehensive market analysis using statistical data of the fundamental and technical analysis.
  • To open the Pro or Raw Spread account, you need at least 100 USD.

Trading
  • This means that Margin Call takes place. Margin Call is a notification which shows that the little amount of funds is left on the trading account and in case of unfavourable market movement, stop out may take place. This notification is sent at the moment of time when the remains of funds on the trading account is a certain per cent from the margin (for example, 40%). So in order to avoid stop out, you need to deposit or close the positions with floating loss.
  • In case you don’t want to close your position at the end of the day it is transferred through the night and the fee, which is called swap, is added to or deducted from it.
  • Trading using expert advisors is allowed, within trading conditions of the trading account type, used to conduct trade.
  • This message appears in the trading platform in case you don’t have enough spare funds to open a new position. In order to continue trading, the trading account needs to be deposited.
  • JustMarkets does not set a limit in the number of deals. Execute as many deals as you need according to your trading strategy.
  • Buy order or as it is also called long position – the order to buy a financial instrument. Sell order or short position – the order to sell a financial instrument.
  • To view the complete list of the currency pairs available for trading, please, visit this page.
  • The minimum order volume on all the JustMarkets accounts is 0.01 lot (1,000 units of the base currency).
  • The commission on Raw Spread accounts is 3 units of base currency for one side of the order (open/close) for Forex currency pairs and metals.
  • Free margin means funds on the trading account, which may be used to open a new position.
  • Spread is the difference between the ask price and the bid price of the financial instrument at a certain moment.
  • Leverage is a tool which lets trade bigger sums, having only part of the sum at the disposal. For example, with 1:100 leverage you can conduct trade of the USD 100,000 volume, having only USD 1,000 of own funds.
  • Scalping is a trading strategy when a trader executes a big amount of orders during a short period of time. The trading position is held open for a few seconds or minutes. A trader executes hundreds of transactions per day and receives profit from minor fluctuations in prices.
  • Trading instruments on Forex are represented as currency pairs. It is important to understand how to read the Forex pairs. The first currency is called the base currency and the second one is the quoted currency. The number shows how many units of the quoted currency are needed to buy the base currency.
    For example, if EUR/USD = 1.0555, it means that 1 Euro costs 1.0555 Dollars. In this case, the Euro is the base currency and the Dollar is the quoted currency.

Trading platform
  • JustMarkets offers clients to trade on one of the most popular trading platforms – MetaTrader 5. To learn more about this platform, click here.
  • The online Forex trading platform is a browser-based version of the platform. You do not need to download and install additional software, you can trade directly in the browser. The web-platform is compatible with any operating system (Windows, Mac, Linux). All you need for trading is a browser and access to the Internet.
  • No, trailing stop works only when the trading platform is on and there is a connection between the trading platform and the trading server.
  • During the installation of the MetaTrader trading platform, the limited list of financial instruments is displayed in “Market watch” by default. In case you want to add symbol or hide the displayed symbol, right-click on “Market watch” and choose “Symbols” in the appeared menu. Then expand the necessary group, choose the symbol and click “Show” / “Hide” button.
    Besides, the trading platform also lets:
    • Hide all symbols. To fulfil this:
      Menu “Market watch” > Click “Hide all”
    • Display all the available symbols. To fulfil this:
      Menu “Market watch” > Click “Show all”.
    • Save different lists of symbols and switch between them in a fast way. To fulfil this:
      Menu “Market watch” > Click “Sets”.
  • Expert advisor (robot) is the program software (script), which executes trading operations without trader’s participation, based on the algorithm, specified in advance. Expert Advisors are very useful when there is no opportunity to be near the trading platform.
    It is possible to choose one of the modes of expert advisor operation in MetaTrader 5:
    • expert advisor sends signals, but does not conduct trading operations by itself;
    • expert advisor conducts trading operations by himself, but with the trader’s manual confirmation;
    • expert advisor conducts trade by itself without the trader’s confirmation.
  • No, an expert advisor works only when the trading platform is on and there is a connection between the trading platform and the trading server.

Forex Terminology
  • Account is the record in the database, which contains information about user and other objects of the system.
  • Ask is the price at which you can buy currency. Ask price is bigger than Bid price.
  • Base currency is the currency that stands first in the currency pair. All transactions are made with base currency.
  • Bear is a trader, who counts on the devaluation of currency.
  • Bid is the price at which you can sell currency. Bid price is lower than Ask price.
  • Bull is a trader, who counts on the rise in the exchange rate.
  • Buy limit is pending order to buy at a price lower than the current price level (buy cheaper than now). It is placed with the expectation that the price will drop to a certain level and then will start increasing again.
  • Buy stop is pending order to buy at a price higher than the current price level (buy more expensive than now). It is placed with the expectation that the market price will reach a certain level and will continue to grow.
  • Candlesticks are one of the methods of displaying charts of financial instruments’ rate changes.
  • Cross currency pairs are currency pairs that do not include USD. For example, EUR/JPY.
  • Currency pair is a financial instrument that is traded on the foreign exchange market. Currency pair is formed by two currencies, which are written as a ratio of one to another. For example, USD/JPY. The result is called the exchange rate or a quotation.
  • Day trading is trading operations that are completed within a day.
  • Deposit is funds put on the account for further transactions.
  • Equity is an indicator that characterizes the trader’s account status at the moment. It is calculated as follows: equity = balance + credit + floating profit – floating loss.
  • Exchange rate (quotation) is a ratio of the price of one currency to another at a time. For example, 1 EUR can be bought for 1.3000 USD. It looks like: EUR/USD = 1.3000.
  • Expert Advisor is an automatic system (script), that executes trade without the trader’s participation based on the predetermined algorithm.
  • Flat is a period, when the price stays within the same range and does not express the direction of growth or decrease.
  • Fundamental analysis is a type of market analysis, where the forecast is based on news of financial market; an analysis of economic and political information to predict market movements.
  • Gap is the breaks on the quotation graphs caused by a mismatch between the open price of one trading period and the close price of the previous trading period. This may take place because of unforseen circumstances (e.g., after the weekend).
  • Indicator is a tool of the computer analysis of price movements on the basis of statistical data used in technical analysis.
  • Leverage is an instrument that lets one trade bigger sums, having only a part of the sum. For example, with a 1:100 leverage, you can conduct a trade of a USD 100 000 volume, having only USD 1 000 of your own funds.
  • Liquidity is the feature of one asset to change for another one. A bigger liquidity gives an opportunity to make a big deal without being affected by a significant change in price.
  • Long is the position to buy. Its profit increases when market price grows.
  • Lot is a certain amount of units or the sum of assets used for executing the trade of a certain instrument (for currency pairs, one standard Forex lot is 100 000 units of the base currency).
  • Majors are main currency pairs: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/JPY, USD/CHF, AUD/USD, GBP/JPY, EUR/JPY and USD/CAD.
  • Margin is the guarantee required to execute trade with the help of leverage. For example, if the leverage is 1:100 and the volume of order is USD 10 000, the margin is USD 100.
  • Margin call is a notification that shows that little amount of funds is left on the trading account and that in case of unfavorable market movement, stop out may take place. This notification is sent at the moment when the remaining funds on the trading account is a certain percent from the margin (for example, 40%).
  • News trading is a type of trading system, the essence of which is in receiving profit on the price gaps at the moments of important economic news release.
  • Order (position) is client’s instruction to execute trade at a specified rate (to buy or sell one currency for another one). After the order is opened, it must be closed to fix the profit or loss.
  • Pending order is an order to buy or sell financial instruments in the future, when the price reaches the level, indicated in the order.
  • Pips are the unit of financial instrument price change (0.00001). For example, if the quotation changes from 1.30000 to 1.30001, this means that it changes for 1 pip. Please do note that point and pip are different units, take into consideration that 1 point = 10 pips.
  • Quoted currency is the currency, that stands second in the currency pair. The price of the base currency is reflected with the help of it.
  • Resistance level is the term of technical analysis, which determines the level at which market participants often start selling.
  • Scalping is a trading strategy, where a trader executes a big amount of orders during a short period (even a couple of seconds) and fixes profit in several pips.
  • Short is a position to sell. Its profit increases with the decrease of the market price.
  • Slippage is the amount of market movements from the time of placing an order until its execution. It is the situation when orders execute at a better/worse price, than the one indicated in the order. For example, this might happen during high market volatility.
  • Sell limit is pending order to sell at a price higher than the current price level (sell more expensive than now). It is placed in with the expectation that the market price will increase up to a certain level and then will begin to fall.
  • Sell stop is pending order to sell at a price lower than the current price level (sell cheaper than now). It is placed with the expectation that the market price will decrease up to a certain level and will continue to fall.
  • Spread is the real time difference between the Bid and Ask prices of one currency for another one.
  • Stop out is the process of automatic order closing. This procedure takes place at the moment when the remains on the trading account is a certain percent from the margin (for example, 20%).
  • Stop loss is a type of pending order, that helps limit losses while trading.
  • Support level is the term of technical analysis, which determines the level at which market participants often start buying.
  • Swap is a fee for the transfer of open trading position through the night. Funds may be deducted or added from/to the account.
  • Take profit is a type of pending order, that helps fix (take) profit while trading.
  • Technical analysis (graphical analysis) is a type of market analysis, where forecast is based on the fact that the market has memory and future changes will be influenced by patterns of its behavior in past.
  • Тrailing stop is an instrument, that “pulls” stop loss level to the current price at a certain distance untill the market turns and passes it. It is helpful during strong one-way price movement.
  • Trading platform (trading terminal) is a trader’s software, that lets execute trade from the computer or another telecommunication device.
  • Тrend is a clearly seen market movement in one direction (upwards – bullish, down – bearish, sideways – flat).
  • Volatility is the strength of the exchange rate variation.
  • Volume is the amount of financial instrument, that is traded during a certain period.
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