The possibility of making profit is inextricably interwoven with the risk of losses. Initiation of transactions with non-deliverable OTC financial instruments has a high degree of risk and can lead to losses up to the whole loss of deposited margin. Risks warning

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Margin Investment
Margin Investment is the execution of Investment transactions by the Client for amounts exceeding the funds on his investment account using leverage....
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Non market quote
A non- market quote, Spike — is a quote that satisfies each of the following conditions: the presence of a significant price gap; the return of the price to the original level with the resulting gap in the price for a short period of time; the rapid price dynamics that usually precedes this quote is absent. The company reserves the right to remove ...
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An order is an order from a Company's Client to open or close a position when the price reaches the order level....
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Open position
An open position is the result of the first part of a fully completed transaction: the purchase or sale of a financial instrument for which a reverse transaction of the same volume has not yet been made. After opening a position, the Client must maintain the appropriate margin level not lower than specified in the trading Regulations....
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Floating Profit/Loss
Floating Profit/Loss is a clients unfixed profit (loss) on open positions of current quote values....
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Company’s working time
The working time of the Company is the time during the working week when the Investment terminal of the Company makes transactions between currency pairs and concludes contracts for the difference that appears. The only exceptions are holidays, weekends, and any changes in The company’s internal schedule, i.e. in cases when Customer service becomes...
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Free Margin
Free margin is money held on an investment account that is not covered by the deposit on open positions. You can use them to open new positions. Free margin is calculated according to the formula: Free margin = equity — Margin....
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