Account Types

Ever since the internet’s introduction, traders flocked towards online trading and making it the new norm where in order for you trade, you must have an online trading account.

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An online trading account is an investment account like any other brokerage account and through it, you will able to trade whatever assets you wish online through the MetaTrader 5 platform.

cent

  • required deposit : 100 USD equivalent to 1000 USD cent
  • spread:1.5 pips.
  • Commission : NO
  • Maximum leverage : 1:500 for all forex and metals, 1:200 for CFDs, 1:20 For Equities
  • Hedging : Yes
  • STP Execution : YES
  • Stop out level : 30%
  • Trading Platform : MT5 for windows, mac, android, ios
  • Min. Trade size : 0.01
  • Max open positions: 200
  • Crypto Trading 24/7 : Yes

STANDARD

  • Required Deposit : 50 USD
  • Spread : 2 pips
  • Commission : NO
  • Maximum leverage : 1:500 for all forex and metals, 1:200 for CFDs, 1:20 For Equities
  • Hedging : Yes
  • STP Execution : YES
  • Stop out level : 30%
  • Trading Platform : MT5 for windows, mac, android, ios
  • Min. Trade size : 0.01
  • Max open positions: 200
  • Crypto Trading 24/7 : Yes

PRO

  • Required Deposit : 500 USD
  • Spread : 1.5 pips
  • Commission : NO
  • Maximum leverage : 1:500 for all forex and metals, 1:200 for CFDs, 1:20 For Equities
  • Hedging : Yes
  • STP Execution : YES
  • Stop out level : 30%
  • Trading Platform : MT5 for windows, mac, android, ios
  • Min. Trade size : 0.01
  • Max open positions: 200
  • Crypto Trading 24/7 : Yes

ELITE ECN

  • Required Deposit : 5000 USD
  • Spread : from 0 pip
  • Commission : 8$
  • Maximum leverage : 1:500 for all forex and metals, 1:200 for CFDs, 1:20 For Equities
  • Hedging : Yes
  • STP Execution : YES
  • Stop out level : 30%
  • Trading Platform : MT5 for windows, mac, android, ios
  • Min. Trade size : 0.01
  • Max open positions: 200
  • Crypto Trading 24/7 : Yes

When shopping for a new broker or deciding what type of account will suit you best, you will be faced with a variety of offerings, but the most important of said offerings usually are the margin requirements and leverage ratios. So, in order for you to make the right decision, you will need to know what they are.

Margin

Margin can be simply defined as the minimum amount of capital required by a broker to enter a trade. In order for traders to enter bigger trades, brokers require said traders to have a certain amount of capital available to hold onto as a form of collateral that can differ greatly according to the size of the trade and the asset being traded.

Leverage

Leverage is usually interrupted as the actual purchasing power available to a trader at any time and, contrary to margins, comes in the form of a ratio. Leverage allows traders to enter trades worth much more than the money they invested, therefore, enabling them to amplify their returns and losses.
Even though margin is used to create leverage, they are very different from one another, which makes understanding how they differ crucial for when you’re looking for a broker that will help you trade better.

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