your trading account or Wallet

 

From your trading account

Select the account you want to withdraw money from on the main screen. Then press Withdraw.

You will see a full list of payment options available in your region. Pick the one that suits you best and press Next.

 

We usually process withdrawal requests for 1–3 hours, but it’s up to your payment system how long it will take the money to reach the destination.

 

Limits for withdrawals:

• Skrill and Neteller—from 5 USD (5 EUR), without the maximum limit

• Bitcoin—from 0.00096 BTC, without the maximum limit

• Visa—from 20 USD (20 EUR) or the equivalent in other currency 

• For your local banks, these limits may vary

For different local banks, these limits may vary.

Then enter the details required for the selected payment method and press Request. Make sure you specify correct currency

 

On the last step, you can double check that you’ve entered all details correctly. Check them thoroughly and confirm that everything is okay by pressing Submit again.

That done, wait for a notice from us—we’ll let you know that the money is sent to you via email and in a notification in your Personal Area.

Risk management, also known as money management, refers to a number of trading techniques employed to lessen risk exposure. Being affected by various factors, currency rates may be quite volatile at times, thus protecting your account against adverse price fluctuations is an essential part of a trading strategy.

The core concept of money management is to avoid risking more than 1-2% of personal funds on any single trade. This principle may greatly reduce risk exposure: provided that only 1% of initial deposit is at risk, even after several losing trades you are likely to retain the majority of account balance.

Risk to reward ratio denotes the potential profit in comparison to the amount you may lose for any given trade. For example, when you risk 100 USD on position to potentially gain 300 USD, the risk to reward ratio is 1:3.

Ratio of 1:2 is considered the minimum one should aim for as only a third of positions would need to be profitable to remain break even.

Potential profit and loss can be defined through Stop Loss and Take Profit levels.

Stop Loss and Take Profit are orders to close the position when price reaches a certain predefined level. Stop loss or Take Profit level can be identified with various technical analysis tools:

 

Published on: 9/3/19, 7:44 PM