Advanced

The Advanced account type provides greater market depth, consistent pricing transparency, faster execution, low spreads and no commissions. It is the perfect trading solution for those who have already traded and are familiar with the basics. If you are ready to make a second step and start making good profit, then this is a good choice for you.

Advanced education

The account provides more detailed information on trading, including trading strategies and types of analysis you can use to predict the market movements, and thus to prepare for the trading. Use the daily market analytics to always stay posted on the latest market changes. Moreover, 10 free trading signals will help you with that as well.

Daily market analysis

Risk management

Advanced education

Support 24/5

A wider number of trading tools

More instruments available, more opportunities are looming. Trade over 200 instruments with more currency pairs, indices and stocks offered. Get the full-fledge tools to diversify your trading portfolio. Start making trading decisions from another dimension, and this account type will help you with this.

FAQ

The ask refers to the price at which you can buy an asset or security from a seller. It can be variously referred to as ask, the ask, or asking price

In trading and investing, the bid is the amount a party is willing to pay in order to buy a financial instrument.

An asset is an economic resource which can be owned or controlled to return a profit, or a future benefit. In financial trading, the term asset relates to what is being exchanged on markets, such as stocks, indices, currencies or commodities, including precious metals and energies.

When the market is on a sustained downward trajectory, with little optimism from traders to bring about a rally, it is referred to as a bear market.

When a market, instrument or sector is on an upward trend, it is generally referred to as a bull market.

A call option is a contract the gives the buyer the right but not the obligation to buy a specific an asset at a specific price, on a specific date of expiry. The value of a call option appreciates if the asset’s market price increases.

A put option is a contract that gives the buyer the right but not the obligation to sell an asset at a specific price, at a specific date of expiry. The value of a put option increases if the asset’s market price depreciates.

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