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FX Trading

Does FXCM offer Options or Binary Options?

FXCM is a leading global provider of foreign exchange (currency) trading, CFD trading, and related services to retail and institutional customers. However,…

What leverage do you recommend?

As a general rule of thumb, we recommend limiting total account leverage to a maximum of 20:1. For example, if you have an account balance of $10,000, you…

What is Margin?

Margin can be thought of as a good faith deposit required to maintain open positions. This is not a fee or a transaction cost, it is simply a portion of…

What is rollover?

Rollover is the interest paid or earned for holding a position overnight. Each currency has an overnight interest rate associated with it, and because…

What are your trading hours?

FXCM's trading hours vary by product. For forex, trading opens on Sundays between 5:00 PM ET and 5:15 PM ET and closes on Fridays around 4:55 PM ET.…

Which platform is right for me?

FXCM offers several account types to meet your trading needs including mobile trading, automated trading, or Mac-compatible platforms. You can compare the…

Do rollover rates and policies vary from broker to broker?

Yes. In addition to our policy of transparency in reporting rollover, due to the average notional trading volume that FXCM generates to the liquidity…

What currency pairs can I trade?

FXCM offers over 57 currency pairs.  If you would like to learn more about the currency pairs we do offer, please visit FXCM's Tradable Currency…

Are there limits to position size?

There are not any limits to the size or number of Forex positions that a trader may hold. Available margin in the account is the only constraint on the…

Is Forex risky?

Like many financial investments, there are risks involved.  Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable…

Will I receive credit for holding the underlying product when margin is calculated?

No. Since the underlying is held through a different account, there is no way to confirm an accurate hedge. …