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Although CFD traders do not physically own the share, they will be affected by certain Corporate Actions such as dividends. However, as the CFD traders do not own the share itself, they are not entitled to any voting rights. If…

The financing cost for your CFD trade is referred to as ‘Rollover.' Rollover is the interest paid or earned for holding a position overnight, any client holding an open position at the end of the trading day (5pm EST) will…

Dividends may impact the amount of overnight costs you pay or earn on your Index CFD position.  Index CFD's are made up of a group of stocks that may pay dividends throughout the year.  When a dividend is paid on…

FXCM uses a "lot-based" trading system. This allows our platform to aggregate all client positions into standardised trade sizes, simplifying the process of trading in several different markets on one account. It also allows the platform to track profits and…

At FXCM, the financing cost for your CFD trade is referred to as ‘rollover.' This is the interest paid for holding a position past 5 PM EST and is based on the size of the position. The formula for financing…

Fair Value is a calculation that factors various things that tend to affect the price of a stock index futures contract, such as interest and dividends. A Fair Value Rate adjustment is often applied by many media outlets when quoting…

A pip is the increment FXCM uses to account for profits and losses. It is the standard used in the Forex market, in place of "points" or "ticks". On Forex instruments, the "pip" is the second-to-last digit in a price…

Risk Warning: Trading Margin FX/CFDs carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage can work against you. By trading, you could sustain a total loss of your deposited funds but wholesale clients could sustain losses in excess of deposits.

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