All prospective Customers should carefully read the following risk warnings contained in this document. At the same time, it is noted that this document cannot and does not disclose and does not explain all the risks and other material aspects associated with the management of financial instruments (including derivatives such as CFDs). The Notice has been designed to explain in general terms the nature of the risks associated with using financial instruments in a fair and non-deceptive manner. The Client should not make any investments, directly or indirectly, in the Financial Instruments if he does not know and understand the risks associated with each of them. The Company will not provide the Client with any recommendations regarding investments, possible transactions with investments, Financial Instruments or make any investment recommendations. Thus, before submitting an application for opening a trading account with the Company or placing an order, the Client should carefully consider the feasibility of investing in a particular Financial Instrument, depending on its circumstances and financial resources. If the Client does not understand the risks involved, he should seek advice from an independent financial advisor. If the Client still does not understand the risks associated with trading any Financial Instruments, he should not participate in trading under any circumstances. The Client must acknowledge that he risks incurring losses and losses as a result of the purchase and / or sale of any Financial Instrument and agrees that he is willing to take this risk.
The client is responsible for the risks of financial losses caused by the failure of information, communication, electronic and other systems.The result of any system failure could be that his order was either not executed according to his instructions, or not executed at all.The company assumes no responsibility in the event of such a failure. When trading through the Client Terminal, the Client is responsible for the risks of financial losses caused by:
The Client confirms that in case of an excessive transaction flow, the Client may have difficulty connecting by phone to a dealer, especially in a fast market (for example, when issuing key macroeconomic indicators).Abnormal market situations.
The Client confirms that during times of high market volatility, the period during which Instructions and Requests are executed may be extended.The Client acknowledges that under certain market conditions, order execution may be difficult or impossible.
The Client confirms that the only reliable source of information about the quotes flows is only the real “Quotes” database in real time. The base of quotes in the client terminal is not a reliable source of information about quotes, because the connection between the client terminal and the server may be broken at some point, and some of the quotes simply cannot reach the client terminal. The Client confirms that when the Client closes the window for placing / changing / deleting an order or windows for opening / closing a position, the Instructions or Requests that have been sent to the Server are not subject to cancellation. If the Client has not received the result of the execution of the previously sent Instruction, but decides to repeat the Instruction, the Client must accept the risk of making two Transactions instead of one. The Client confirms that if the Pending Order has already been executed, but the Client sends the Instruction to change the level and levels of orders with the placed order at the same time, the only Instruction that will be executed is the Instruction to change Stop Loss and / or Take Profit in a position opened at startup Pending order.
The Client must acknowledge that information about the previous performance of the Financial Instrument does not guarantee its current and / or future performance. The use of historical data is not a mandatory or safe forecast regarding the future performance of the financial instruments to which they refer.
The Client accepts the risk of any financial loss caused by the fact that the Client received with delay or did not receive any notification from the Company. The client confirms that unencrypted information transmitted by e-mail is not protected from unauthorized access. The Client is fully responsible for the risks in relation to undelivered internal mail messages of the Trading Platform sent to the Client by the Company. The Client bears full responsibility for the confidentiality of information received from the Company and assumes the risk of any financial losses caused by unauthorized access by third parties to the Client's Trading Account. The Company is not responsible if authorized third parties have access to information, including email addresses, electronic communications and personal data, access data when the above is transferred between the Company or any other party, using the Internet or other means of network communication, telephone and any other electronic means.
In the event of force majeure, the Client must assume the risk of financial losses.
The Company makes reasonable efforts to obtain information from reliable sources, but the materials on the Company's website are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. The Company does not make any representations (express or implied) that the information, analysis and opinions expressed on the Company's website or otherwise are accurate, complete or current. The information contained on the Company's website is regularly checked and updated by the Company. Despite this, data and information may be subject to changes posted on the Company's website. Thus, the Company does not assume any responsibility and does not give any guarantees to any subscriber, client, partner, supplier, contractor or third party for the timeliness, accuracy and completeness of the information provided here or on other sites that can be accessed through hyperlinks. The company reserves the right to change or amend the information provided, at any time and without prior notice.
This notice cannot disclose all risks and other material aspects of foreign exchange and derivative products such as futures, options and contracts for difference. You should not trade these products if you do not understand their nature and degree of risk exposure. You also need to be sure that the product is right for you in light of your circumstances and financial situation. While Forex and derivatives can be used to manage investment risk, some of these products are not suitable for many investors. You should not directly or indirectly engage in derivative products unless you know and understand the risks associated with them and that you could completely lose all your money. Different instruments are associated with different levels of risk, and when deciding whether to trade such instruments, you should be aware of the following points:
In trading conditions, even small market movements can have a large impact on the Client's Trading Account.It is important to note that all accounts are leveraged.
The Client should take into account that if the market moves against the Client, the Client can sustain a total loss in excess of the deposited funds.The Client is responsible for all risks, financial resources that the Client uses, and for the chosen trading strategy.
It is highly recommended to place Stop Loss to limit potential losses and Take Profit to collect profits when the Client cannot manage their Open Positions.
The Client is responsible for all financial losses caused by opening a position using temporary excess free margin in the Trading Account, obtained as a result of a profitable position (subsequently canceled by the Company), opened at an erroneous quote (Spike) or at a quote obtained as a result of a "clear error"
Some instruments trade in wide intraday ranges with volatile prices. Therefore, the Client must carefully consider that there is a high risk of loss as well as profit. The price of financial derivatives is determined by the price of the underlying asset that the instruments reference (for example, currencies, stocks, metals, indices, etc.). Financial derivatives and related markets can be highly volatile. The prices of the instruments and the underlying asset can fluctuate quickly and widely and may reflect unforeseen events or changes in conditions, none of which can be controlled by the Client or the Company. In certain market conditions, the execution of the Client's order may not be possible at the announced price, which will lead to losses. The prices of the instruments and the underlying asset will be influenced by, inter alia, changes in supply and demand relationships, government, agricultural, commercial trade programs and policies, national and international political and economic events and the prevailing psychological characteristics of the relevant market. Therefore, a Stop Loss order cannot guarantee a loss limit. The Client confirms and agrees that regardless of the information that may be offered by the Company, the value of the instruments may fluctuate down or up, and even with the possibility that the investment may become inappropriate. This is due to the margin system applied to such trades, which typically involves a relatively modest contribution or margin in terms of the total contract value, so that relatively little movement in the underlying market can have a disproportionately dramatic effect on a Client's trading. If the main market movement is in favor of the Client, the Client can make a good profit, but an equally small unfavorable market movement can not only quickly lead to the loss of the entire Client's deposit, but can also expose the Client to large additional losses.
Some underlying assets may become poorly liquid as a result of reduced demand for the underlying asset, and the Client will not be able to obtain information about their value or the degree of associated risks.
The Company may transfer the money received from the Client to third parties (for example, a bank, market, intermediary broker, OTC counterparty or clearing center) for safekeeping or control in order to execute a Transaction through or with this person, or to satisfy the Client's requirements, an obligation to provide a collateral (for example, initial margin requirement) in respect of the Transaction.The Company is not responsible for any actions or omissions of any third party, to which it will transfer the money received from the Client.
The third party to which the Company will transfer money can keep it in an omnibus account, and it will not be possible to separate it from the Client's money or the money of third parties. In the event of insolvency or any other similar proceeding against this third party, the Company may only have an unsecured claim against the third party on behalf of the Client, and the Client will be at risk that the money received by the Company from the third party is insufficient to satisfy the Client's claims in relation to claims in relation to the corresponding account. The company assumes no responsibility for any resulting damages.
The Company may withhold the Client's money on behalf of the Client outside the EEA.The legal and regulatory regime applicable to any such bank or person will be different from the law, and in the event of insolvency or any other similar proceeding against that bank or person, the Client's money may be treated differently than the treatment that would apply if the money is heldin the bank on the account.
The company will not be held responsible for the insolvency, actions or omissions of any third party mentioned in this clause.
The Company may deposit the Client's money with a depository, which may have a secured interest, lien or right of set-off with respect to that money.
The Bank or Broker with which the Company or the Company itself is dealing may operate in the same market as the Client and may have interests that conflict with those of the Client.