Trading

What is a “Close at Profit Order” (or Stop Limit Order)?

This feature allows you to set a specific rate at which your position will close , in order to protect your profit

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What is a “Guaranteed Stop Order”?

During certain market conditions (in a volatile market, for example) your Stop Loss Order might not be executed at your exact preferred

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What is the Initial Margin?

In order to open a new position, you must have a certain amount of funds in your trading account (your account’s equity must exceed

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What is the Maintenance Margin?

The maintenance margin level is the amount of equity a customer needs to maintain in order to keep a position open. To view the maintenance

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What is a Margin Call?

Should your equity fall below the maintenance margin amount, Plus500 will make a Margin Call and close any/all open positions.

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What is the minimum amount required to start trading?

Trading at Plus500 is conducted by opening positions on financial instruments. Each instrument has a defined “Unit Amount”, which is the minimum

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What is a Pip?

Price interest point (pip) measures the smallest unit of change in a financial instrument’s price. Typically, it refers to the last decimal or digit of the instrument price.

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What is a “Trailing Stop Order”?

A Trailing Stop Order is designed to protect profits by enabling a position to remain open as long as the price is moving in the right direction

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What kind of Stop Orders do you offer?

You can use 4 types of “Stop Orders”

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What are the risks involved in trading CFDs?

There are a number of risks involved in trading CFDs. These risks may lead to unfavourable financial outcomes for you. Monitoring of all risks

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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 76.4% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.