A market order is the buying or selling of a security at the current price. Executing a market order results in the opening of a trade position, whereby securities are bought at ASK price and sold at BID price.
Buying or selling a security at a predefined price is a pending order. Providing that the future quote of a trade reaches the pre-defined level, then this order can be used
When a security price starts to move in an unprofitable direction, a stop loss can be used in order to minimize losses. A stop loss is always connected to a pending order or open position.
When executing a take profit, a position is closed once profits have been gained from a security price reaching a certain level. This order is always joint to an open position or a pending order.
Stop Out Level refers to the margin level at which your open positions get automatically closed. The Stop Out Level is 25%
At FS International we strive to provide only the best trading conditions with the ultimate execution quality and lowest spreads
Inactivity fee - When an account has been deemed inactive meaning had no trading activity for a period of 90 days
Chargeback fee - If the chargeback case is in favour of the Company or if the Company receives several chargebacks from the same Client, the Company has the right to impose a fee per chargeback.