Trading Conditions

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General Trading Conditions

Vestle offers highly competitive conditions for leveraged margin trading on various financial instruments, and/or underlying assets including Currency pair (Forex), Commodity, Index, Share, ETF and Crypto based CFDs. These instruments are not available in all jurisdictions, and are subject to regulatory restrictions.

The cost of opening a deal is called the ‘spread’. It is the difference between the Sell (Bid) price and the Buy (Ask) price. For example, if the USD/JPY is trading at a sell price of 101.202 and a buy price of 101.222, the difference between these two prices is called the spread. In this case the spread is 2 pips. Should you decide to close a deal immediately after opening it - and before any price movement occurs - the spread amount will be deducted from your balance.

Margin and Leverage
While the "Margin" acts as collateral to cover any losses that you might incur, it also allows you to hold a position much larger than your actual account value, giving you the possibility to generate large profits relative to the amount invested.

Leverage is a double-edged sword and can dramatically amplify your profits, however it can also just as easily amplify your losses. When you use excessive leverage, losing trades can quickly offset many winning trades. Leveraged trading carries a high degree of risk and may not be suitable for all investors.

As an Vestle account holder, you’re entitled to our Negative Balance Protection program, which means that you can never lose more than you deposited; nonetheless, a small market movement can result in a substantial loss of funds. Our Trading Platform automatically calculates your margin requirements before executing any order, and checks the level of available funds before any request to withdraw funds is made.

The margin requirements are relevant upon increasing Exposure in the account, either by opening/closing deals or by requesting to withdraw funds while having open positions in the account.


Index, Commodity and Crypto CFDs

Share and ETF CFDs

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