What is the maximum leverage?

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The maximum leverage depends on your account type and regulation. 

  • 1/100 - cryptocurrencies; 
    1/100 - commodities;
    1/100 - currency pairs;
    1/100 - indices;
    1/20 - shares.

  • 1/30 - major currency pairs;         

    1/20 - non-major currency pairs, gold and major indices;         

    1/10 - commodities other than gold and non-major equity indices;         

    1/5 - shares.

    The major currencies are currency pairs comprising any two of the following currencies:
    US Dollar, Euro, Japanese Yen, Pound Sterling, Canadian Dollar or Swiss Franc. (e.g. EUR/USD, USD/CAD, CHF/JPY etc).
    All other currencies are considered non-major (e.g. EUR/TRY, CAD/AUD etc.).

    The major indices:
    Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 (FTSE 100);

    Cotation Assistée en Continu 40 (CAC 40);

    Deutsche Bourse AG German Stock Index 30 (DAX30);

    Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA);

    Standard & Poors 500 (S&P 500);

    NASDAQ Composite Index (NASDAQ),

    NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ 100);

    Nikkei Index (Nikkei 225);

    Standard & Poors / Australian Securities Exchange 200 (ASX 200).

     

  • 1/30 - major currency pairs;         

    1/20 - non-major currency pairs, gold and major indices;         

    1/10 - commodities other than gold and non-major equity indices;         

    1/5 - shares;     

    1/2 - cryptocurrencies.

    The major currencies are currency pairs comprising any two of the following currencies:
    US Dollar, Euro, Japanese Yen, Pound Sterling, Canadian Dollar or Swiss Franc. (e.g. EUR/USD, USD/CAD, CHF/JPY etc).
    All other currencies are considered non-major (e.g. EUR/TRY, CAD/AUD etc.).

    The major indices:
    Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 (FTSE 100);

    Cotation Assistée en Continu 40 (CAC 40);

    Deutsche Bourse AG German Stock Index 30 (DAX30);

    Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA);

    Standard & Poors 500 (S&P 500);

    NASDAQ Composite Index (NASDAQ),

    NASDAQ 100 Index (NASDAQ 100);

    Nikkei Index (Nikkei 225);

    Standard & Poors / Australian Securities Exchange 200 (ASX 200).

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