When the turnover of traded products, especially special products, is declining, it is possible that hidden quotations will appear. We do not deliberately "hide" the offer. Sometimes the point difference is caused by the interruption of contact with one of the quotations, or by significant economic data, financial events, or other special circumstances that affect liquidity. The concealment of quotes or the widening of the spreads may result in additional margin calls for the trader's account. When the order issued by the currency is affected by a hidden quote, the surplus/deficit figure is temporarily zero until the currency has a tradable price before the system can calculate surplus/deficit balances.
Hedging allows a trader to hold a buying and selling position of the same currency pair at the same time, although hedging may reduce or limit future losses, but it is not guaranteed to avoid any further losses in the account under any circumstances. In the forex market, traders can be completely hedged over the number, not the price. This is due to the difference between buying and selling price (or selling spreads). A trader needs to deposit a margin on one of the direction of the hedging position (the direction in which the number of positions is larger). Margin requirements can often be monitored in the Summary quotation window. Traders may find hedging useful, but should be aware of the following factors that may affect the hedging position.
The margin may be required, even if an account has been completely hedged, as a result of the change in the margin will lead to a reduction in the available margins in the account. Because the change of the difference will lead to the profit and loss of the hedging list, that is, the account may appear a strong closed position.
Forex: The Monday opening price may be the same as the closing price of Friday. The exchange rate on Sunday One is sometimes close to the closing price of Friday, and in other cases, the Friday closing may be very different from the opening in Monday. When important news releases or economic events change the market's perception of a currency's value, a larger jump is likely to occur. Traders who hold positions or hang slip weekends should be aware of the possibility that prices may be skipped.
CFD: A significant risk is that the stop loss for the overnight open position may be performed at a level far inferior to the specified price. In line with the market opening/closing of relevant financial instruments, CFD traders may encounter market price jumps. Based on the amplitude presented during this period, the sale may involve additional risks in the opening or closing of the market, and should be included in the consideration of the trading decision. Particular mention was made of the period, which was related to the lowest level of market liquidity, and that the price of the post contract and associated instruments was more likely to be materially altered.
Some traders are concerned about the volatility of the market during the weekend, the possibility of a big jump in the price, or the fact that weekend risks are inconsistent with their own trading styles, and they can be directly removed from pending orders and positions by the end of the week. If you are planning to take a position over the weekend, you must understand that there may be significant economic events and news releases that affect the value of the relevant positions. Based on the volatility of the market, it is not uncommon for prices to deviate from the close when they open. We encourage all traders to take this into account before making a decision on the transaction.
Please note that the account does not issue a margin warning to the customer until a forced close position occurs. The system forces a closed position when the margin ratio of the account equals or falls below 100%.
There are a number of inherent risks to the use of mobile transactions, such as instructions for duplication, quotation delays, and other problems caused by mobile network connectivity. The price shown by the mobile platform is only the display of the executable price and may not reflect the actual execution price of the instruction.
The use of a network transaction execution system carries certain risks, including (but not limited to) hardware failures, software failures, and network system connectivity issues. Because EMR FX cannot control the strength of the connection signal, the receiver or router line, the device configuration of the trader, or the reliability of its network connection, we are not responsible for any communication failures, misinformation, or delays arising in the network transaction. EMR FX is equipped with system and contingency plans, which minimizes the likelihood that our system will fail. When you encounter these difficulties, please contact us in time.
Foreign exchange margin and CFD trading are risky and may not be suitable for all investors. Before trading the trading products offered by EMR FX, you should carefully consider your own investment objectives, financial position, needs and trading experience. The general advice provided by EMR FX does not consider your investment objectives, financial situation or needs. Your loss may exceed your initial investment amount and should not be used as trading capital for losses that can not be sustained. Before investing, you should be aware of all risks related to margin trading. If necessary, seek professional advice.