We are glad to announce cTrader NDD account trading conditions improvement, the changes will come into force from July 7, 2017:
* The actual leverage can differ, based on the underlying instruments and our leverage policy is subject to the EU regulations and ceilings for Retail clients. Client may request higher leverage subject to positive appropriateness test results and geographical restrictions.
Complying with the high demands of traders FIBO Group company is improving its trading conditions to make your trade even more comfortable.
Leverage enlargement will reduce margin requirements. Besides, high leverage will give you an opportunity to test different trading strategies and increase the number of instruments you trade.
Minimum deposit reduction up to 100 EUR makes trading with FIBO Group even more available for traders with different opportunities. Minimum deposit of 100 EUR is ideal for testing of trading conditions.
For traders from Eurozone a new currency – EUR - is implemented. It is made to reduce expenses on conversion when depositing to real accounts.
Sticking to the principle of the fairest trading conditions making we reduced Stop Out level up to 20%. This will give traders more freedom and save from inconvenient restrictions. Now positions are closed according to the Stop Out procedure when margin reaches 20% which helps to minimize losses.
Trading on cTrader NDD account is executed in a high-technology and flexible cTrader platform. cTrader trading platform has numerous advantages such as extended functionality with the broad choice of instruments for technical analysis, user-friendly interface with detailed trading visualization, fast access to trading via cTrader web-version, instant orders execution and no re-quotes. All these make cTrader trading platform so attractive for effective work on financial markets.
FIBO Group Holdings Ltd.
IMPORTANT: Please be informed, that our services are available for Professional Clients only.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.
You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.