شروط التداول

شرح المصطلحات:

  • أداة التداول – زوج العملات أو الأصول الأساسية للعقود مقابل الفروقات المتداولة.
  • الدولة – البلد الذي يستند إليه الأسهم أو السندات.
  • حجم الصفقة (حجم اللوت) – حجم اللوت التي يتم التداول به في كل منصة تداول (ملاحظة: منصة أفاتريدر تعرض حجم اللوت الأدنى المتاح للتداول. MT4 تعرض حجم اللوت النموذجي) .
  • فارق الأسعار النموذجي– فارق الاسعار النموذجي التي تقتبسها كل أداة تداول في ظل ظروف السوق العادية.
  • الرافعة المالية – استخدام الهامش للتداول بأساس أكبر من رأس المال.
  • الهامش على كل لوت – الهامش المطلوب لفتح لوت واحد عل كل أداة تداول (ملاحظة: تعرض بعبارات اسمية).
  • الازاحة – مقدار الازاحة الأدنى لحركة السعر لكل أداة تداول.
  • فائدة البيع / الشراء – الفائدة المضافة / المخصومة لكل لوت في كل ليلة على كل أداة تداول.
  • توقيت التداول– شرح أعلاه.
  • أشهر تغيير العقود– الأشهر التي يتم فيها تجديد العقود الآجلة على منصات التداول في أفاتريد.
  • الصرف – صرف الأصول الأساسية.
  • الوحدات – الوحدة التي يقتبسها كل حجم لوت.

الحد الأدنى لحجم التداول على منصة ميتاتريدر = 0.01

جميع عمليات التداول التي يتم تنفيذها على هذا الموقع / منصة تخضع لشروط التداول التالية:

  • فروق الأسعار:

    1. جميع فروق الأسعار أعلى أو تزيد عن السوق.
    2. فروق أسعار العملات الأجنبية النموذجية تكون كما وردت تحت ظروف السوق العادية.
    3. فروق أسعار الذهب والفضة قد تكون أوسع نطاقا مما ذكر من حوالي الساعة 22:00 حتي 02:00 بتوقيت جرينتش.
    4. فروق أسعار النفط الخام والنفط برنت قد تكون أوسع نطاقا مما ذكر من حوالي الساعة 22:00 حتي 05:00 بتوقيت جرينتش.
    5. فروق أسعار النفط الخام والغاز الطبيعي قد تكون أوسع نطاقا خلال ظهور أخبار المخزونات الأسبوعي.
    6. النقطة الواحدة لأزواج العملات الأجنبية = 0.0001 ; النقطة الواحدة لأزواج العملات الأجنبية مع الين الياباني = 0.01.
    7. فروق الأسعار المتحركة للعملات الأجنبية: فروق الأسعار النموذجية تعد مؤشرا لا غير وقد تتسع نطاقا نظرا لظروف السوق المتقلبة
    8. فروق الأسعار المتحركة للعملات الأجنبية: فروق الأسعار النموذجية مشتقة من قيمة المتوسط لفروق الأسعار من الربع السابق خلال ساعات التداول (07:00 الى 18:00 بتوقيت غرينتش
  • فوائد تبييت الصفقات:

    1. جميع الفوائد مدونة مسبقا وقابلة للتغيير.
    2. صفقات تداول على العملات الأجنبية, الذهب والفضة على منصة MT4: يوم السبت/الأحد يتم خصم/اضافة الفوائد في يوم الأربعاء الماضي.
    3. صفقات تداول على غير العملات الأجنبية,(باستثناء الذهب والفضة) على منصة MT4: يوم السبت/الأحد يتم خصم/اضافة الفوائد في يوم الجمعة الماضي.
  • الهامش:

    1. يمكن أن يزيد الهامش المتاح بناءا على حجم الصفقة المفتوحة.
  • ساعات التداول:

    1. قد يتم فتح أو اغلاق منصات التداول بضع دقائق بعد أو قبل الأوقات المدرجة. هذا يعتمد على التبادلات الفردية التي يتم تداولها على العقود.
    2. قد تتغير ساعات التداول بسبب التوقيت الصيفي.
  • الحد الأقصى للصفقات/الأوامر:

    1. حسابات الميتاتريدر تقتصر الى حد أقصى يصل الى 500 من الصفقات المفتوحة / أوامر معلقة (المجموع الكلي) في وقت واحد
  • تداول الخيارات للعملات الأجنبية:

    1. فروق الأسعار تبين الفروق النموذجية لعرض الشراء في شهر واحد للخيارات تحت ظروف السوق العادية.
    2. يمكن تداول الخيارات عبر الإنترنت حتى 24 ساعة قبل انتهاء صلاحيتها.
    3. صلاحية الخيارات تنتهي في الأوقات المشار إليها في منصة التداول، والتي تتوافق مع الساعة 10:00 صباحا بتوقيت نيويورك.
    4. جميع الخيارات هي خيارات الفانيليا النمط الأوروبي. عند انتهاء الصلاحية، سيتم غلق جميع الخيارات في داخل المال تلقائيا بالسعر المستهدف.
    5. تداول الخيارات غير متاحة حاليا للعملاء في الاتحاد الأوروبي.
  • Bitcoin / Litecoin:

    1. * بيتكوين الاسبوعي (Bitcoin Weekly) وايضا * ليتكوين الاسبوعي (Litecoin Weekly) – تنتهي مدة صلاحيته كل اسبوع . سيتم اغلاق جميع الصفقات المفتوحه على سعر السوق كل يوم جمعه عند الساعه التاسعه بتوقيت غرينيتش .
    2. ** بيتكوين ميني (Bitcoin Mini) وايضا ** ليتكوين ميني(Litecoin Mini) – التداول غير متاح خلال نهاية الاسبوع . لن يتم اغلاق الصفقات المفتوحه عند اغلاق الاسواق كل يوم جمعه الساعه العاشره ليلا بتوقيت غرينيتش - ليس هناك تاريخ انتهاء الصلاحية .

تسجيل دخولك واستخدامك للموقع و / أو منصة التداول يعبرعن موافقتك على شروط التداول هذه وعلى أي إشعارات قانونية أخرى وبيانات على نفس الواردة. قد تقوم أفا بتعديل شروط التداول هذه ودون أي إشعار مسبق. استمرار دخولك واستخدامك للموقع و / أو منصة التداول يعبر عن موافقتك على شروط التداول هذه بصيغتها المعدلة.

The FX Fixed Trading Conditions display the Standard Bid-Ask Spread (Pips) for FX Instruments unless otherwise stated. Standard Spreads are as stated under Normal Market Conditions. Spreads can widen depending on market conditions up to a maximum of Standard Spread x3 (Triple).

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Secondary Currency*

*Secondary Currency is the Second Currency quoted in an FX pair (CUR1/CUR2: USD/JPY, EUR/USD, etc.)

Example 1

For a 1,000 EUR/USD Trade, with a Spread of 3 pips (0.0003), the calculation is as follows:

0.0003 X 1,000 = $0.30*

*The $0.30 is a US Dollar amount as Pips are calculated in the Secondary Currency, in this example the USD is the Secondary Currency in the pair EUR/USD (EUR = Primary, USD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1,000 USD/JPY Trade, with a Spread of 4 pips (0.04), the calculation is as follows:

0.04 X 1,000 = ¥40.00*

*The ¥40.00 is a Japanese Yen amount as Pips are calculated in the Secondary Currency, in this example the JPY is the Secondary Currency in the pair USD/JPY (USD = Primary, JPY = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 1,000 GBP/CAD Trade, with a Spread of 12 pips (0.0012), the calculation is as follows:

0.0012 X 1,000 = C$1.20*

*The C$1.20 is a Canadian Dollar amount as Pips are calculated in the Secondary Currency, in this example the CAD is the Secondary Currency in the pair GBP/CAD (GBP = Primary, CAD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads for FX Fixed Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commissions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The FX Fixed Trading Conditions display both Margin & Leverage Amounts; Margin is displayed as a Percentage (%) while Leverage is displayed as a Ratio.

Percentage Margin Formula: Trade Size x Margin (%) = Margin Required in Primary Currency*

Leverage Margin Formula: Trade Size / Leverage = Margin Required in Primary Currency*

*Primary Currency is the First Currency quoted in an FX pair (CUR1/CUR2: USD/JPY, EUR/USD, etc.)

Example 1

For a 1,000 EUR/USD Trade, with a Margin Requirement of 0.50% or Leverage of 200:1, the calculation are as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1,000 x 0.005 = €5.00*

Leverage Margin Requirement: 1,000 / 200 = €5.00*

*The €5.00 is a Euro amount as Margin is calculated in the Primary Currency of the pair (EUR/USD: EUR = Primary, USD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1,000 USD/JPY Trade, with a Margin Requirement of 0.50% or Leverage of 200:1, the calculations are as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1,000 x 0.005 = $5.00*

Leverage Margin Requirement: 1,000 / 200 = $5.00*

*The $5.00 is a US Dollar amount as Margin is calculated in the Primary Currency of the pair (USD/JPY: USD = Primary, JPY = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 1,000 GBP/CAD Trade, with a Margin Requirement of 0.25% or Leverage of 400:1, the calculations are as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1,000 x 0.0025 = £2.50*

Leverage Margin Requirement: 1,000 / 400 = £2.50*

*The £2.50 is a Great British Pound amount as Margin is calculated in the Primary Currency of the pair (GBP/CAD: GBP = Primary, CAD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements for FX Fixed Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The FX Fixed Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past our End of Day time. These rates are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

You can use the following formula to calculate your Daily Premium amount using the published Premiums:

Trade Amount x Premium or Interest Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid*360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid will be calculated in the Primary Currency; Primary Currency is the First Currency quoted in an FX pair (CUR1/CUR2: USD/JPY, EUR/USD, etc.)

Example 1

For a 1,000 EUR/USD Trade, with a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00% and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1,000 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10/360 = -0.02778 = -€0.03* rounded

*The -€0.03 is a Euro amount as the EUR is the Primary Currency in the pair (EUR/USD: EUR = Primary, USD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a 1,000 USD/JPY Trade, with a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1,000 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10/360 = -0.02778 = -$0.03* rounded

*The -$0.03 is a US Dollar amount as the USD is the Primary Currency in the pair (USD/JPY: USD = Primary, JPY = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a 1,000 GBP/CAD Trade, with a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1,000 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10/360 = -0.02778 = -£0.03* rounded

*The -£0.03 is a Great British Pound amount as the GBP is the Primary Currency in the pair (GBP/CAD: GBP = Primary, CAD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy & Sell Rates for FX Fixed Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

The FX Floating (MT4 only) Trading Conditions display the Minimum & Typical Bid-Ask Spreads (Pips) for Floating Instruments unless otherwise stated. Typical Spreads are derived from the median value of the respective spreads during trading hours (07.00-18.00 GMT) from the previous quarter.

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Secondary Currency*

*Secondary Currency is the Second Currency quoted in an FX pair (CUR1/CUR2: USD/JPY, EUR/USD, etc.)

Example 1

For a 1,000 EUR/USD Trade, with a Spread of 3 pips (0.0003), the calculation is as follows:

0.0003 X 1,000 = $0.30*

*The $0.30 is a US Dollar amount as Pips are calculated in the Secondary Currency, in this example the USD is the Secondary Currency in the pair (EUR/USD: EUR = Primary, USD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1,000 USD/JPY Trade, with a Spread of 4 pips (0.04), the calculation is as follows:

0.04 X 1,000 = ¥40.00*

*The ¥40.00 is a Japanese Yen amount as Pips are calculated in the Secondary Currency, in this example the JPY is the Secondary Currency in the pair (USD/JPY: USD = Primary, JPY = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 1,000 GBP/CAD Trade, with a Spread of 12 pips (0.0012), the calculation is as follows:

0.0012 X 1,000 = C$1.20*

*The C$1.20 is a Canadian Dollar amount as Pips are calculated in the Secondary Currency, in this example the CAD is the Secondary Currency in the pair (GBP/CAD: GBP = Primary, CAD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads for FX Floating (MT4 only) Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commiss ions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The FX Floating (MT4 only) Trading Conditions display both Margin & Leverage Amounts; Margin is displayed as a Percentage (%) while Leverage is displayed as a Ratio.

Percentage Margin Formula: Trade Size x Margin (%) = Margin Required in Primary Currency*

Leverage Margin Formula: Trade Size / Leverage = Margin Required in Primary Currency*

*Primary Currency is the First Currency quoted in an FX pair (CUR1/CUR2: USD/JPY, EUR/USD, etc.)

Example 1

For a 1,000 EUR/USD Trade, with a Margin Requirement of 0.25% or Leverage of 400:1, the calculation are as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1,000 x 0.0025 = €2.50*

Leverage Margin Requirement: 1,000 / 400 = €2.50*

*The €2.50 is a Euro amount as Margin is calculated in the Primary Currency of the pair (EUR/USD: EUR = Primary, USD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1,000 USD/JPY Trade, with a Margin Requirement of 0.25% or Leverage of 400:1, the calculations are as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1,000 x 0.005 = $2.50*

Leverage Margin Requirement: 1,000 / 200 = $2.50*

*The $2.50 is a US Dollar amount as Margin is calculated in the Primary Currency of the pair (USD/JPY: USD = Primary, JPY = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 1,000 GBP/CAD Trade, with a Margin Requirement of 0.25% or Leverage of 400:1, the calculations are as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1,000 x 0.0025 = £2.50*

Leverage Margin Requirement: 1,000 / 400 = £2.50*

*The £2.50 is a Great British Pound amount as Margin is calculated in the Primary Currency of the pair (GBP/CAD: GBP = Primary, CAD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements for FX FX Floating (MT4 only) Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The FX Floating (MT4 only) Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past the End of Day time. These are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

You can use the following formula to calculate your Daily Premium amount using the published Premiums:

Trade Amount x Premium or Interest Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid*360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid will be calculated in the Primary Currency; Primary Currency is the First Currency quoted in an FX pair (CUR1/CUR2: USD/JPY, EUR/USD, etc.)

Example 1

For a 1,000 EUR/USD Trade, with a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00% and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1,000 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10/360 = -0.02778 = -€0.03* rounded

*The -€0.03 is a Euro amount as the EUR is the Primary Currency in the pair (EUR/USD: EUR = Primary, USD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a 1,000 USD/JPY Trade, with a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1,000 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10/360 = -0.02778 = -$0.03* rounded

*The -$0.03 is a US Dollar amount as the USD is the Primary Currency in the pair (USD/JPY: USD = Primary, JPY = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a 1,000 GBP/CAD Trade, with a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1,000 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10/360 = -0.02778 = -£0.03* rounded

*The -£0.03 is a Great British Pound amount as the GBP is the Primary Currency in the pair (GBP/CAD: GBP = Primary, CAD = Secondary). If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy & Sell Rates for FX Floating (MT4 only) Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

The Commodities Trading Conditions display the Standard Bid-Ask Spread OR 'Spread Over Market' for Commodity Instruments unless otherwise stated. Standard Spreads are as stated under Normal Market Conditions while the 'Spread Over Market' is the Mark-up AVATRADE adds to the Current Market Spread.

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Currency Instrument is denominated in.

Example 1

For a 10 barrel Crude Oil Trade, with a Spread of 4 pips ($0.04), the calculation is as follows:

0.04 X 10 = $0.40*

*The $0.40 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Commodities are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1 bushel Soybean Trade, with a Spread of 6 pips ($1.50), the calculation is as follows:

1.50 X 1 = $1.50*

*The $1.50 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Commodities are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 1 oz. Gold Trade, with a Spread of 60 pips ($0.60), the calculation is as follows:

0.60 X 1 = $0.60*

*The $0.60 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Commodities are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads & Currency Denominations for Commodities Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commissions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The Commodities Trading Conditions display Margin Amounts as a Percentage (%).

Percentage Margin Formula: Position Size x Current Price x Margin (%) = Margin Required*

* Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a 10 barrel Crude Oil Trade, with a Market Price of $98.00 and a Margin Requirement of 1.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 98 x 0.01 = $9.80*

*The $9.80 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1 bushel Soybean Trade, with a Market Price of $1450 and a Margin Requirement of 3.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1 x 1450 x 0.03 = $43.50*

*The $43.50 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 1 oz. Gold Trade, with a Market Price of $1650 and a Margin Requirement of 0.50%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1 x 1650 x 0.005 = $8.25*

*The $8.25 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements for Commodities Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The Commodities Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past the End of Day time. These are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

Formula to calculating your Daily Premium charge using the published Premiums:

Amount x Current Price x Premium Buy or Sell Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid * 360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a 10 barrel Crude Oil Trade, with a Market Price of $98.00 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.20%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 98.00 x -0.002 x 1)/360 = -1.96/360 = -0.005444 = -$0.01* rounded.

*The -$0.01 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a 1 bushel Soybean Trade, with a Market Price of $1450 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.25%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1 x 1450 x -0.0025 x 1)/360 = -3.625/360 = -0.010069 = -$0.01* rounded.

*The -$0.01 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a 1 oz. Gold Trade, with a Market Price of $1650 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1 x 1650 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -16.50/360 = -0.04583 = -$0.05* rounded.

*The -$0.05 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy/Sell Rates & Currency Denominations for Commodity Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

AVATRADE quotes futures contracts on many of its non-FX instruments; specified under the "Quoted Months" column of the Trading Conditions for that Instrument.

When a Futures Contract approaches its Expiry Date or First Notice Date AVA will Rollover all Open Positions to the next Tradable Contract at the time specified in the CFD Rollover Dates section of our website.

Clients with Open Positions who do not wish to have their positions Rolled Over into the Next Contract should close their positions before the Scheduled Rollover.

AVATRADE adjusts accounts with Open Positions in Maturing Instruments to ensure Clients do not Gain/Lose due to differences in Price between Old & New contracts. Clients will incur costs in relation to the Spread Cost in closing the Old contract and Opening the New Contract and a Standard O/N Premium charge.

To Calculate the Rollover AVATRADE takes a MID Rate for the Old Contract (Current Traded Contract) and the New Contract (Next Tradable Contract) at exactly the same time before the contract closes for trading. We then calculate the Difference in Price between Contracts, adjust this for our Spread and Overnight Premium Costs, and the resulting amount is either Credited or Debited to the clients account via Premiums.

Note: There are NO other costs incurred by Clients involved in the rolling over of Futures Contracts.

Formula used by AVA for calculating a Rollover Charge:

(Amount x (New Contract Price - Old Contract Price)) + (Spread Costs*) + (Overnight Premium Costs)

*Spread Costs are calculated based on Market Spreads at the time of the Rollover Calculation.

General Rule of Thumb:

New Price < Old Price = Credit for Long Positions / Debit for Short Positions

New Price > Old Price = Debit for Long Positions / Credit for Short Positions

Example 1

For a 10 barrel Crude Oil Trade, with a Market Price of $98.50 and a Difference in Contracts of +50 Pips ($0.50), the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (10 x -0.50) + (-0.04 x 10) + ((10 x 98.50 x -0.002 x 1)/360)) = -5.00 + (-0.40) + (-0.01) = -$5.41
Short Position: (10 x +0.50) + (-0.04 x 10) + ((10 x 98.50 x -0.002 x 1)/360)) = 5.00 + (-0.40) + (-0.01) = +$4.59

Example 2

For a 1 bushel Soybean Trade, with a Market Price of $1450 and a Difference in Contracts of -6,000 Pips (-$60), the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (1 x +60.00) + (-1.25 x 1) + ((1 x 1450 x -0.0025 x 1)/360)) = 60.00 + (-1.25) + (-0.01) = +$58.74
Short Position: (1 x -60.00) + (-1.25 x 1) + ((1 x 1450 x -0.0025 x 1)/360)) = -60.00 + (-1.25) + (-0.01) = -$61.26

All Rollover Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All upcoming Rollover Dates for ALL Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE CFD Rollover Dates page: CFD-Rollover-Dates

AVATRADE cannot provide Rollover Adjustment Information before the Adjustment occurs, if clients do not wish to incur a Rollover Adjustment please close Open Positions in Maturing Instruments before the Scheduled Rollover.

The Stock Indices Trading Conditions display the 'Spread Over Market' for Stock Index Instruments unless otherwise stated. The 'Spread Over Market' is the Mark-up AVATRADE adds to the Current Market Spread.

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Currency Instrument is denominated in.

Example 1

For a 1 index S&P500 Trade, with a Spread of 75 Pips ($0.75), the calculation is as follows:

0.75 X 1 = $0.75*

*The $0.75 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Stock Indices are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1 index CAC 40 Trade, with a Spread of 300 pips (€3.00), the calculation is as follows:

3.00 X 1 = €3.00*

*The €3.00 is a Euro amount as Pips for Stock Indices are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 100 index NIKKEI225 Trade, with a Spread of 30 pips (¥30), the calculation is as follows:

30.00 X 100 = ¥3,000*

*The ¥3,000 is a Japanese Yen amount as Pips for Stock Indices are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads & Currency Denominations for Stock Index Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commissions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The Stock Indices Trading Conditions display Margin Amounts as a Percentage (%).

Percentage Margin Formula: Position Size x Current Price x Margin (%) = Margin Required*

* Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a 1 Index S&P500 Trade, with a Market Price of $1400 and a Margin Requirement of 0.50%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1 x 1, 400 x 0.005 = $7.00*

*The $7.00 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a 1 Index CAC 40 Trade, with a Market Price of €3500 and a Margin Requirement of 2.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1 x 3,500 x 0.02 = €70.00*

*The €70.00 is a Euro amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a 100 Index NIKKEI225 Trade, with a Market Price of ¥10500 and a Margin Requirement of 2.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 100 x 10,500 x 0.02 = ¥21,000*

*The ¥21,000 is a Japanese Yen amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements for Stock Index Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The Stock Indices Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past the End of Day time. These are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

Formula to calculating your Daily Premium charge using the published Premiums:

Amount x Current Price x Premium Buy or Sell Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid * 360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a 1 Index S&P500 Trade, with a Market Price of $1400 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.50%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1 x 1,400 x -0.005 x 1)/360 = -7.00/360 = -0.01944 = -$0.02* rounded.

*The -$0.02 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a 1 Index CAC 40 Trade, with a Market Price of €3500 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.50%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1 x 3,500 x -0.005 x 1)/360 = -17.50/360 = -0.04861 = -€0.05* rounded.

*The -€0.05 is a Euro amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a 100 Index NIKKEI225 Trade, with a Market Price of ¥10500 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.00%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(100 x 10,500 x -0.01 x 1)/360 = -10,500/360 = -29.16667 = -¥29.17* rounded.

*The -¥29.17 is a Japanese Yen amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy/Sell Rates & Currency Denominations for Stock Index Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

AVATRADE quotes futures contracts on many of its non-FX instruments; specified under the "Quoted Months" column of the Trading Conditions for that Instrument.

When a Futures Contract approaches its Expiry Date or First Notice Date AVA will Rollover all Open Positions to the next Tradable Contract at the time specified in the CFD Rollover Dates section of our website.

Clients with Open Positions who do not wish to have their positions Rolled Over into the Next Contract should close their positions before the Scheduled Rollover.

AVATRADE adjusts accounts with Open Positions in Maturing Instruments to ensure Clients do not Gain/Lose due to differences in Price between Old & New contracts. Clients will incur costs in relation to the Spread Cost in closing the Old contract and Opening the New Contract and a Standard O/N Premium charge.

To Calculate the Rollover AVA takes a MID Rate for the Old Contract (Current Traded Contract) and the New Contract (Next Tradable Contract) at exactly the same time before the contract closes for trading. We then calculate the Difference in Price between Contracts, adjust this for our Spread and Overnight Premium Costs, and the resulting amount is either Credited or Debited to the clients account via Premiums.

Note: There are NO other costs incurred by Clients involved in the rolling over of Futures Contracts.

Formula used by AVA for calculating a Rollover Charge:

(Amount x (New Contract Price - Old Contract Price)) + (Spread Costs*) + (Overnight Premium Costs)

*Spread Costs are calculated based on Market Spreads at the time of the Rollover Calculation.

General Rule of Thumb:

New Price < Old Price = Credit for Long Positions / Debit for Short Positions

New Price > Old Price = Debit for Long Positions / Credit for Short Positions

Example 1

For a 1 index S&P500 Trade, with a Market Price of $1425 and a Difference in Contracts of +2500 Pips ($25), the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (1 x -25.00) + (-0.50 x 1) + ((1 x 1425 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = -25.00 + (-0.50) + (-0.02) = -$25.52
Short Position: (1 x +25.00) + (-0.50 x 1) + ((1 x 1425 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = 25.00 + (-0.50) + (-0.02) = +$24.48

Example 2

For a 1 Index CAC 40 Trade, with a Market Price of €3500 and a Difference in Contracts of -7,500 Pips (-€75), the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (1 x -75.00) + (-1.50 x 1) + ((1 x 3500 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = -75.00 + (-1.50) + (-0.05) = -€76.55
Short Position: (1 x +75.00) + (-1.50 x 1) + ((1 x 3500 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = +75.00 + (-1.50) + (-0.05) = +€73.45

All Rollover Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All upcoming Rollover Dates for ALL Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE CFD Rollover Dates page: CFD-Rollover-Dates

AVATRADE cannot provide Rollover Adjustment Information before the Adjustment occurs, if clients do not wish to incur a Rollover Adjustment please close Open Positions in Maturing Instruments before the Scheduled Rollover.

The Individual Equities Trading Conditions display the 'Spread Over Market' for Individual Equity Instruments unless otherwise stated. The 'Spread Over Market' is the Mark-up AVATRADE adds to the Current Market Spread.

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Currency Instrument is denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 1 APPLE share, with a Spread of 12 pips (0.12), the calculation is as follows:

0.12 X 1 = $0.12*

*The $0.12 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Individual Equities are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 ALLIANZ shares, with a Spread of 150 pips (0.150), the calculation is as follows:

0.150 X 10 = €1.50*

*The €1.50 is a Euro amount as Pips for Individual Equities are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 HSBC shares, with a Spread of 80 pips (0.80), the calculation is as follows:

0.80 X 100 = 80.0 or £0.80*

(UK shares are quoted in pennies so divide by 100: 80/100)

*The £0.80 is a Great British Pounds amount as Pips for Individual Equities are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads & Currency Denominations for Individual Equity Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commissions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The Individual Equities Trading Conditions display Margin Amounts as a Percentage (%).

Percentage Margin Formula: Position Size x Current Price x Margin (%) = Margin Required*

*Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

AVA may double margin requirements on specific stocks prior to earnings release. This is a preventative measure to avoid clients with large exposures in the said equity, falling into negative equity.

Example 1

For a trade of 1 APPLE share with a Market Price of $500 and a Margin Requirement of 5.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 1 x 500 x 0.05 = $25.00*

*The $25.00 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 ALLIANZ shares, with a Market Price of €102.50 and a Margin Requirement of 10.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 102.50 x 0.10 = €102.50*

*The €102.50 is a Euro amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 HSBC shares, with a Market Price of 650.50 pennies and a Margin Requirement of 10.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 100 x 650.50 x 0.10 = 6,505.00 pennies or £65.05*

(UK shares are quoted in pennies so divide by 100: 6505/100)

*The £65.05 is a Great British Pound amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements for Individual Equity Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The Individual Equities Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past the End of Day time. These are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

Formula to calculating your Daily Premium charge using the published Premiums:

Amount x Current Price x Premium Buy or Sell Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid * 360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 1 APPLE share, with a Market Price of $500 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -2.55%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(1 x 500 x -0.0255 x 1)/360 = -12.75/360 = -0.03542 = -$0.04* rounded.

*The -$0.04 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 ALLIANZ shares, with a Market Price of €102.50 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -3.45%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 102.50 x -0.0345 x 1)/360 = -35.363/360 = -0.09823 = -€0.10* rounded.

*The -€0.10 is a Euro amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 HSBC shares, with a Market Price of 650.50 pennies and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -1.85%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(100 x 650.50 x -0.0185x 1)/360 = -1,203.43/360 = -3.3428/100 = -£0.03* rounded.

(UK shares are quoted in pennies so divide by 100: -3.3428/100)

*The -£0.03 is a Great British Pound amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy/Sell Rates & Currency Denominations for Individual Equity Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

Individual Equities may at some stage partake in a Corporate Action; these can include Dividends, Rights Issues, Stock/Reverse Splits, Mergers, Acquisitions, Takeovers etc.

Dividends: For any individual equity on the AVATRADE trading platforms that declares a dividend, AVATRADE will make an Adjustment to every account that holds said equity, at the end of the cum-dividend day. This will be one day before the ex-dividend day.

The adjustment made to accounts will be:

  1. Long Positions will be Credited with 90% of the Gross dividend.

    (Amount of Shares x Gross Dividend) x 0.90

  2. Short Positions will be Debited with 100% of the Gross dividend.

    (Amount of Shares x Gross Dividend) x -1

Note: There are no other costs to clients in relation to Dividends.

Example 1

For a trade of 1 APPLE share, with a GROSS Div. of $1.00, the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (1 x 1.00) x 0.90 = 1.00 x 0.90 = +$0.90
Short Position: (1 x 1.00) x -1 = 1.00 x -1 = -$1.00

All Dividend Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 ALLIANZ shares, with a GROSS Div. of €0.14, the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (10 x 0.14) x 0.90 = 1.40 x 0.90 = +€1.26
Short Position: (10 x 0.14) x -1 = 1.40 x -1 = -€1.40

All Dividend Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 HSBC shares, with a GROSS Div. of £0.04, the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (100 x 0.04) x 0.90 = 4.00 x 0.90 = +£3.60
Short Position: (100 x 0.04) x -1 = 4.00 x -1 = -£4.00

All Dividend Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

For ALL other Corporate Actions: Rights Issue, Stock/Reverse Splits, Mergers, Acquisitions, Takeovers etc, and as these actions can happen suddenly and without prior knowledge, Open Positions and Orders will be Closed/Removed at the end of the cum-action day at market price on the particular equity.

Note: There are no costs to clients in relation to these other Corporate Actions.

The Bonds Trading Conditions display the 'Spread Over Market' for Bond Instruments unless otherwise stated. The 'Spread Over Market' is the Mark-up AVATRADE adds to the Current Market Spread.

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Currency Instrument is denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the 5 Year US T-NOTE, with a Spread of 5 pips (0.05), the calculation is as follows:

0.05 X 10 = $0.50*

*The $0.50 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Bonds are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the EURO-BUND, with a Spread of 4 pips (0.04), the calculation is as follows:

0.04 X 10 = €0.40*

*The €0.40 is a Euro amount as Pips for Bonds are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 Bonds on the JAPAN GOVT BOND, with a Spread of 14 pips (0.14), the calculation is as follows:

0.14 X 100 = ¥14.00*

*The ¥14.00 is a Japanese Yen amount as Pips for Bonds are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads & Currency Denominations for Bonds Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commissions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The Bonds Trading Conditions display Margin Amounts as a Percentage (%).

Percentage Margin Formula: Position Size x Current Price x Margin (%) = Margin Required*

* Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the 5 Year US T-NOTE, with a Market Price of $124.50 and a Margin Requirement of 1.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 124.50 x 0.01 = $12.45*

*The $12.45 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the EURO-BUND, with a Market Price of €142.50 and a Margin Requirement of 1.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 142.50 x 0.01 = €14.25*

*The €14.25 is a Euro amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 Bonds on the JAPAN GOVT BOND, with a Market Price of ¥144.50 and a Margin Requirement of 1.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 100 x 144.50 x 0.01 = ¥144.50*

*The ¥144.50 is a Japanese Yen amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements for Bonds Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The Bonds Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past the End of Day time. These are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

Formula to calculating your Daily Premium charge using the published Premiums:

Amount x Current Price x Premium Buy or Sell Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid * 360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the 5 Year US T-NOTE, with a Market Price of $124.50 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.50%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 124.50 x -0.005 x 1)/360 = -6.225/360 = -0.01729 = -$0.02* rounded.

*The -$0.02 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the EURO-BUND, with a Market Price of €142.50 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.50%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 142.50 x -0.005 x 1)/360 = -7.125/360 = -0.019792 = -€0.02* rounded.

*The -€0.02 is a Euro amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a trade of 100 Bonds on the JAPAN GOVT BOND, with a Market Price of ¥144.50 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -0.50%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(100 x 144.50 x -0.005 x 1)/360 = -72.25/360 = -0.20069 = -¥0.20* rounded.

*The -¥0.20 is a Japanese Yen amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy/Sell Rates & Currency Denominations for Bonds Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

AVATRADE quotes futures contracts on many of its non–FX instruments; specified under the "Quoted Months" column of the Trading Conditions for that Instrument.

When a Futures Contract approaches its Expiry Date or First Notice Date AVA will Rollover all Open Positions to the next Tradable Contract at the time specified in the CFD Rollover Dates section of our website.

Clients with Open Positions who do not wish to have their positions Rolled Over into the Next Contract should close their positions before the Scheduled Rollover.

AVATRADE adjusts accounts with Open Positions in Maturing Instruments to ensure Clients do not Gain/Lose due to differences in Price between Old & New contracts. Clients will incur costs in relation to the Spread Cost in closing the Old contract and Opening the New Contract and a Standard O/N Premium charge.

To Calculate the Rollover AVA takes a MID Rate for the Old Contract (Current Traded Contract) and the New Contract (Next Tradable Contract) at exactly the same time before the contract closes for trading. We then calculate the Difference in Price between Contracts, adjust this for our Spread and Overnight Premium Costs, and the resulting amount is either Credited or Debited to the clients account via Premiums.

Note: There are NO other costs incurred by Clients involved in the rolling over of Futures Contracts.

Formula used by AVA for calculating a Rollover Charge:

(Amount x (New Contract Price – Old Contract Price)) + (Spread Costs*) + (Overnight Premium Costs)

*Spread Costs are calculated based on Market Spreads at the time of the Rollover Calculation.

General Rule of Thumb:

New Price < Old Price = Credit for Long Positions / Debit for Short Positions

New Price > Old Price = Debit for Long Positions / Credit for Short Positions

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the 5 Year US T-NOTE, with a Market Price of $124.68 and a Difference in Contracts of +18 Pips ($0.18), the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (10 x -0.18) + (-0.05 x 10) + ((1 x 124.68 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = -1.80 + (-0.50) + (-0.02) = -$2.32
Short Position: (10 x +0.18) + (-0.05 x 10) + ((1 x 124.68 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = 1.80 + (-0.50) + (-0.02) = +$1.28

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Bonds on the EURO-BUND, with a Market Price of €142.50 and a Difference in Contracts of -22 Pips (-€0.22), the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (10 x +0.22) + (-0.04 x 10) + ((1 x 142.50 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = 2.20 + (-0.40) + (-0.02) = +€1.78
Short Position: (10 x -0.22) + (-0.04 x 10) + ((1 x 142.50 x -0.005 x 1)/360)) = -2.20 + (-0.40) + (-0.02) = -€2.62

All Rollover Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All upcoming Rollover Dates for ALL Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE CFD Rollover Dates page: CFD-Rollover-Dates

AVATRADE cannot provide Rollover Adjustment Information before the Adjustment occurs, if clients do not wish to incur a Rollover Adjustment please close Open Positions in Maturing Instruments before the Scheduled Rollover.

The Exchange Traded Funds Trading Conditions display the 'Spread Over Market' for Bond Instruments unless otherwise stated. The 'Spread Over Market' is the Mark-up AVATRADE adds to the Current Market Spread.

Spread Cost Formula: Spread x Trade Size = Spread Charge in Currency Instrument is denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Financial Select Sector SPDR shares, with a Spread of 6 pips (0.06), the calculation is as follows:

0.06 X 10 = $0.60*

*The $0.60 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Exchange Traded Funds are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction Index Fund shares, with a Spread of 7 pips (0.07), the calculation is as follows:

0.07 X 10 = $0.70*

*The $0.70 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Exchange Traded Funds are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a trade of 10 MSCI Australia Index Fund shares, with a Spread of 14 pips (0.14), the calculation is as follows:

0.14 X 10 = $1.40*

*The $1.40 is a US Dollar amount as Pips for Exchange Traded Funds are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Spreads & Currency Denominations for Exchange Traded Fund Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE is a market maker and is therefore compensated through the Bid-Ask spread except when otherwise stated. AVATRADE does not charge commissions on any trade.

All Instruments are traded on Margin allowing you to Leverage your positions. The Exchange Traded Funds Trading Conditions display Margin Amounts as a Percentage (%).

Percentage Margin Formula: Position Size x Current Price x Margin (%) = Margin Required*

* Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Financial Select Sector SPDR shares, with a Market Price of $18.50 and a Margin Requirement of 5.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 18.50 x 0.05 = $9.25*

*The $9.25 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction Index Fund shares, with a Market Price of $24.90 and a Margin Requirement of 5.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 24.90 x 0.05 = $12.45*

*The $12.45 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

Example 3

For a trade of 10 MSCI Australia Index Fund shares, with a Market Price of $26.10 and a Margin Requirement of 5.00%, the calculation is as follows:

Percentage Margin Requirement: 10 x 26.10 x 0.05 = $13.05*

*The $13.05 is a US Dollar amount as Margin Required is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Current Market Rate.

All Margin Requirements & Currency Denominations for Exchange Traded Fund Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

The Exchange Traded Funds Trading Conditions display the Over-Night (O/N) Interest Rates Charged/Paid on a 360 day basis for holding a position open past the End of Day time. These are displayed in the "Premium Buy" and "Premium Sell" columns. End of Day is 22:00 GMT except during Daylight Savings when it changes to 21:00 GMT.

Formula to calculating your Daily Premium charge using the published Premiums:

Amount x Current Price x Premium Buy or Sell Rate x Number of days = Premium Charged/Paid * 360 Days

*Premium Charged/Paid is calculated in the Currency the Instrument is Denominated in.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Financial Select Sector SPDR shares, with a Market Price of $18.50 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -2.855%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 18.50 x -0.02855 x 1)/360 = -5.2818/360 = -0.01467 = -$0.01* rounded.

*The -$0.01 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction Index Fund shares, with a Market Price of $24.90 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -2.855%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 24.90 x -0.02855 x 1)/360 = -7.1090/360 = -0.01975 = -$0.02* rounded.

*The -$0.02 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 3

For a trade of 10 MSCI Australia Index Fund shares, with a Market Price of $26.10 and a Premium Buy (or Sell) rate of -2.855%, and subject to a charge for 1 day, the calculation is as follows:

(10 x 26.10 x -0.02855 x 1)/360 = -7.4516/360 = -0.02070 = -$0.02* rounded.

*The -$0.02 is a US Dollar amount as Premiums are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

All Premium Buy/Sell Rates & Currency Denominations for Exchange Traded Funds Instruments can be found on the AVATRADE Trading Conditions Table above.

AVATRADE includes a standard mark-up of -30 basis points on the Bid & +30 basis points on the Ask of the O/N Market Lending Rates used in calculating its Buy/Sell Premiums; these rates are updated on a regular basis. Please note that some Premium calculations include a higher mark-up.

Exchange Traded Funds (ETF's) may at some stage partake in a Corporate Action; these can include Dividends, Rights Issues, Stock/Reverse Splits, etc.

Dividends: For any ETF on the AVATRADE trading platforms that declares a dividend, AVATRADE will make an Adjustment to every account that holds said equity, at the end of the cum-dividend day. This will be one day before the ex-dividend day.

The adjustment made to accounts will be:

  1. Long Positions will be Credited with 90% of the Gross dividend.

    (Amount of Shares x Gross Dividend) x 0.90

  2. Short Positions will be Debited with 100% of the Gross dividend.

    (Amount of Shares x Gross Dividend) x -1

Note: There are no other costs to clients in relation to Dividends.

Example 1

For a trade of 10 Financial Select Sector SPDR shares, with a GROSS Div. of $1.00, the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (1 x 1.00) x 0.90 = 1.00 x 0.90 = +$0.90
Short Position: (1 x 1.00) x -1 = 1.00 x -1 = -$1.00

All Dividend Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

Example 2

For a trade of 10 Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction Index Fund shares, with a GROSS Div. of €0.14, the calculation is as follows:

Long Position: (10 x 0.14) x 0.90 = 1.40 x 0.90 = +€1.26
Short Position: (10 x 0.14) x -1 = 1.40 x -1 = -€1.40

All Dividend Adjustments are calculated in the Currency the Instrument is denominated in. If your account is denominated in a different currency the system will automatically convert this to the Currency of your Account using the Market Rate at that time.

For ALL other Corporate Actions: Rights Issue, Stock/Reverse Splits, etc. and as these actions can happen suddenly and without prior knowledge, Open Positions and Orders will be Closed/Removed at the end of the cum-action day at market price on the particular equity.

Note: There are no costs to clients in relation to these other Corporate Actions.

تعرض شروط التداول في AVAOPTIONSفروقات أسعار العرض والطلب النموذجية (النقاط) للأدوات (فارق السعر) وكذلك للخيارات على الأدوات (فارق السعر في الخيارات). الفروقات القياسية في الأسعار هي كما وردت بموجب شروط السوق العادية. يعتمد فارق السعر في الخيارات على خيارات مساواة السعر الحالي للأصل لشهر واحد.

صيغة تكلفة التداول: فارق السعر x حجم التداول = رسم فارق السعر بالعملة الثانوية*

*العملة الثانوية هي العملة الثانية المسعرة في زوج العملات الأجنبية (عملة 1/ عملة 2): دولار أمريكي/ين ياباني، يورو/دولار أمريكي، إلخ)

مثال

يتم احتساب 10,000 يورو/دولار أمريكي في التداول الفوري، مع فارق سعر 2.1 نقاط (0.00021) على النحو الآتي:

0.00021 × 10,000 = $ 2.10*

AVATRADE هي صانعة السوق، وبالتالي فهي تحصل على تعويض من خلال فارق السعر على العرض والطلب إلا إذا ذكر خلاف ذلك. AVATRADE لا تفرض عمولات على أي تداول.

تتيح منصة تداول AVAOPTIONS للمتداولين شراء وبيع خيارات على الأدوات - نموذجياً تداول العملات الأجنبية - كما هو مبين في شروط التداول.

عند عقد صفقة خيار معين، يتم خصم تكلفة الخيار (المعروف أيضاً باسم عقد الخيار) من حساب الرصيد النقدي باستخدام النقد المتاح مجاناً. النقد المتاح مجاناً هو الرصيد النقدي الذي يتجاوز الهامش المطلوب.

عند بيع خيار، يتم على الفور تقييد الأرباح النقدية من البيع لحساب الرصيد النقدي. إذا تم اكتتاب خيار (بيع خيار في مركز مكشوف)، يجب أن يتم تلبية أي هامش مطلوب من النقد المتاح مجاناً.

إذا لم يتوفر في الحساب رصيد نقدي مجاني كافي لتلبية الهامش المطلوب، فلن يتم تنفيذ التداول.

يتم تسعير علاوة عقد الخيار بسعر العملة الثانوية.

صيغة عقد الخيار: السعر x حجم التداول = التكلفة بالعملة الثانوية*

*العملة الثانوية هي العملة الثانية المسعرة في زوج العملات الأجنبية (عملة 1/ عملة 2): دولار أمريكي/ين ياباني، يورو/دولار أمريكي، إلخ)

مثال

يتم احتساب خيار طلب 10,000 يورو/دولار أمريكي مقدم بسعر 0.00560 على النحو الآتي:

0.00560 × 10,000 = $ 56.00

إذا لم تكن عملة الرصيد مشابهة للعملة الثانوية، يتم على الفور تحويل قيمة عقد الخيار إلى عملة الحساب بالسعر السائد الذي يمكن العثور عليه في نافذة المراكز المفتوحة.

AVATRADE لا تفرض عمولات على أي تداول.

تحسب منصة آفا-أوبشنز الهامش المطلوب حسب مخاطرة المحفظة، وذلك بتطبيق قيود قياسية على كل زوج من أزواج العملات باستخدام نظام يسمى تحليل المحفظة القياسي (SPAN)
نحن نقسم محفظات العميل حسب زوج العملات، ونقيّم قيم المحفظة لكل زوج عملات من خلال 16 سيناريو:
  السعر المقدر التقلب % من المخاطرة
1 هامش هابط% صاعد 100%
2 هامش هابط% هابط 100%
3 هبوط 2/3 هامش% صاعد 100%
4 هبوط 2/3 هامش% هابط 100%
5 هبوط 1/3 هامش% صاعد 100%
6 هبوط 1/3 هامش% هابط 100%
7 ثابت صاعد 100%
8 ثابت هابط 100%
9 صعود 1/3 هامش% صاعد 100%
10 صعود 1/3 هامش% هابط 100%
11 صعود 2/3 هامش% صاعد 100%
12 صعود 2/3 هامش% هابط 100%
13 صعود 2/3 هامش% صاعد 100%
14 صعود 2/3 هامش% هابط 100%
15 صعود 2/3 هامش% ثابت 35%
16 صعود 2/3 هامش% ثابت 35%
السيناريوهات 1 - 14 تحسب المحفظة بتقلبات أعلى أو أقل على سبع مستويات نقطية. لزوج عملات بمتطلب هامش نقطي بنسبة 1%، تكون المستويات النقطية -1% و -.67% و -.33% وثابت و +.33% و +67% و +1%.
السيناريوهات 15 و 16 تنقل المستوى النقطي لأعلى أو لأسفل بمضاعفة متطلب الهامش (مثال: 2%)، وأخذ 35% من تغير المحفظة الخاضعة للملاحظة كمخاطرة. تصمم هذه السيناريوهات لالتقاط مخاطرة الخيارات الأبعد من المال، وبدون التأثير على الهامش من أجل خيارات المستوى النقطي.
تؤخذ أكبر خسارة يمكن ملاحظتها في هذه السيناريوهات الـ 16 كهامش لذلك الزوج من العملات. قيمة الهامش لكل زوج عملات هي إجمالي الهامش المطلوب.
قد يلاحظ البعض أن محفظة الخيارات النقطية، أي الهامش بموجب تحليل المحفظة القياسي (SPAN)، يساوي ضعف الهامش% مرات من إجمالي المركز النقطي، ويتطابق مع معظم منصات التداول النقطية، ولا يوجد أي تـأثير للتقلب الضمني أو السيناريوهات 15 و16.
ينتقل كل تقلب ضمني للخيار لأعلى أو لأسفل حسب الصيغة التالية:
تحول التقلب= معامل التقلب X الحد الأعلى (التقلب الضمني، الحد الأدنى للتقلب)

التقلب الضمني = التقلب الضمني للخيار ما بين سعر البيع والشراء الحالي

الحد الأدنى للتقلب = 10%

جدول معاملات التقلب:
أيام انتهاء الأجل G10 EM
7 31% 41%
14 22% 29%
30 15% 20%
90 9% 12%
على سبيل المثال: ينتقل خيار التقلب الضمني G10 لمدة أسبوعين +/- 22%، بحد أدنى لنقل التقلب من 2.2. ولخيار الـ 6 شهور، يصل إلى +/- 9%، بحد أدنى لنقل التقلب من 0.9.
يطبّع معامل التقلب تقلب التقلب، لأن التقلب الضمني لخيار من أسبوع واحد يمكن أن ينتقل بطريقة أسرع من تقلب الخيار لمدة سنة واحدة. والطريقة الحسابية هي كالآتي:
معامل التقلب = الجذر التربيعي (30/ADTE) * الاحتياطي ADTE = أيام انتهاء الأجل مع 7 أيام كحد أدنى و 90 يوماً كحد أعلى. الاحتياطي: 15% لأزواج العملات G10، و 20% لأزواج العملات التي تتضمن واحد أو أكثر من عملات السوق الناشئة.

تعرض شروط التداول في AVAOPTIONS أسعار فائدة التعاملات الليلية المخصومة/ المسددة على أساس 360 يوماً للاحتفاظ بصفقة نقاط أو أي أداة أخرى بعد نهاية الوقت . تُعرض هذه الأسعار في أعمدة "فائدة التعاملات الليلية - شراء" و "فائدة التعاملات الليلية - بيع". نهاية الساعة 22:00 بتوقيت غرينيتش باستثناء الفترات خلال التوقيت الصيفي عندما يتغير إلى الساعة 21:00 بتوقيت غرينيتش.

لا يتم فرص رسوم على فائدة التعاملات الليلية مقابل أي مراكز خيارات.

يمكنك استخدام الصيغة التالية لحساب فائدة التعاملات الليلية الخاصة بك باستخدام الأسعار المعلنة :

قيمة التداول x سعر فائدة التعاملات الليلية x عدد الأيام = الفائدة المقتطعة/المسددة

                                           360 يوماً

*يتم احتساب الفائدة المقتطعة/المسددة بالعملة الرئيسية. العملة الرئيسية هي العملة الأولى المسعرة في زوج عملات فوركس (عملة 1/عملة 2: دولار أمريكي/ين ياباني، يورو/دولار أمريكي، إلخ.)

مثال

يتم احتساب تداول 10,000 يورو/دولار أمريكي بفائدة التعاملات الليلية لسعر شراء (او بيع) -1.00% وتخضع لرسوم لمدة يوم واحد على النحو الآتي:

(10,000 × -0.0100 × 1)/360 = -0.2778 = € 0.28* دوار

AVATRADE تشمل زيادة قياسية على السعر الأصلي من -30 نقطة أساس على العرض و +30 نقطة أساس عند طلب أسعار إقراض السوق لفائدة التعاملات الليلية المستخدمة في حساب أسعار فائدة التعاملات الليلية على الشراء/البيع. يتم تحديث هذه الأسعار على أساس منتظم. يرجى العلم أن بعض حسابات فائدة التعاملات الليلية تشمل ارتفاع أعلى على السعر الأصلي.

نحيط زبائننا بأن الحساب التجاري للزبون قد يكون خاضع لرسوم للحسابات الغير فعاله ما لم يحظرها القانون. بعد 3 أشهر متتالية من عدم استخدام الحساب، كما وسيتم خصم الرسوم من قيمة الحساب التجاري للزبون. وتخصم هذه الرسوم من حساب العميل على أساس العملة التي يستثمر بها الزبون بالحساب.

رسوم حسابات غير فعاله:

  • حساب USD: 25$

  • حساب EUR: 25$

  • حساب GBP: 25$

الرسوم المطبقة معرضة للتغيير بشكل دوري.

يقر العميل بأن الحساب التجاري للزبون قد يكون خاضع لرسوم إدارية سنويه ما لم يحظرها القانون. بعد 12 شهر متتالية من عدم استخدام الحساب ("الفترة السنوية للحسابات الغير فعاله")، سيتم خصم رسوم إدارية من قيمة الحساب التجاري للزبون. وتخصم هذه الرسوم من حساب العميل على أساس العملة التي يستثمر بها الزبون بالحساب: وذلك لتعويض التكاليف التي جعلت خدمة التداول متاحة، بالرغم من استخدامها.

رسوم اداريه:

  • حساب USD: 100$

  • حساب EUR: 100$

  • حساب GBP: 100$

الرسوم المطبقة معرضة للتغيير بشكل دوري.