IFC Markets takes into consideration trading requirements of each client, thus offering several trading account types, differing in terms of the allowed trading volumes, leverage sizes and deposit amounts. We offer 3 types of trading accounts for each of the trading platforms: NetTradeX, MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5. An online CFD and Forex trading account with IFC Markets can be in one of 3 currencies upon the user's choice - USD, EUR and JPY.
Highly comfortable trading conditions is one of the decisive factors for a trader when choosing an online broker. IFC Markets offers to traders the following 8 groups of financial instruments.
The table contains allowable ranges of trading volumes for financial instruments and account types. You can find minimum and maximum available volumes of transactions for each financial instrument. For NetTradeX accounts volumes are given in units of the base currency or in units of the asset for non-currency instruments. For MetaTrader 4 accounts volumes are given in lots.
The table contains the maximum leverage sizes for all account types and additional margin requirements, depending on the account balance. For Stock CFDs special margin requirements are set.
CFD and Forex market hours mostly imply the operation hours of world trading markets – London Stock Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Tokyo Stock Exchange and others. Since the markets are situated in various locations and time zones it becomes complicated to track trading hours of various instruments. The situation with currency pairs is easier, since they are not available only on weekends. The table shows CFD and Forex trading hours by types of trading instruments. It is important to know that the server time of terminals is CET. For calculating local trading hours for all groups of instruments you need to choose your local time and day of the week.
In trading terminals of IFC Markets the following order types are executed: market, pending, linked, OCO and activated orders. Trailing Stop is realized on server side i.e. operates even when the client's terminal is off
Close all open trading positions and orders in your account.
Current changes in trading schedule on holidays, in adding new trading instruments and other changes in terms of trading you may find in "Company news" section.
In "Interest on free margin" section you may find the terms of getting additional income on your funds.