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Ample of accounts
We offer you not just several average account types, but such account types offering you all you need.
Super loyal support
Our customer support team will take care of all issues you may face with. All you need is just to let us know.
Monitor and trade one of the world’s largest financial markets!
Trading Terminal gives you full control over your account, portfolio, letting you balance risk and reward, to match your overall market view.
Risk management tools
Make use of our professional risk management tools, portfolio simulations, and much more. Powerful platform can empower your trades.
Take a view, hedge or trade
BUY options to hedge risk or take a view, SELL options to generate income – it’s easy with our superb Terminal.
Diversity of trading choices
Create the optimal portfolio - choose from over 50 and any combination of CALL and PUT options in one single account.
Array of assets
We Offer You
Trade world’s currency pairs with super low spreads.
Make your portfolio look appealing to investors while trading a variety of commodities.
Access the most popular shares of the leading companies.
Buy and sell the most tradable indices, like US500, UK100, Japan225 to gain profit.
Choosing a trading strategy:
Day Trading: is the method of buying and selling securities within the same day. Positions are closed out within the same day they are taken, and no position is held overnight.
Swing Trading: buying or selling as that price volatility sets in. Swing trades are usually held for more than a day, but for a shorter time than trend trades.
Position Trading: uses longer term charts – anywhere from daily to monthly – in combination with other methods to determine the trend of the current market direction. This type of trade may last for several days to several weeks and sometimes longer, depending on the trend.
Scalping: identifying and exploiting bid-ask spreads that are a little wider or narrower than normal due to temporary imbalances in supply and demand. A scalper tries to capitalize on small moves that occur frequently, with measured transaction volumes.