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*Please refer to KID for further information. The Maximum Leverage depends on Client’s categorization. Commission is applied on open and close trade.

 

 

Forex, Indices and Commodities

  1. Minimum Price Fluctuation is the minimum value, by which the price of all quoted Financial Instruments may be changed.
  2. Profits and losses in Trading Account are expressed in the Account Currency after conversion of the profits and losses in the second currency of the pair (quote currency) or in the currency, in which the value of the Financial Instrument is expressed, converted at the average Exchange Rate.
  3. Skilling Ltd notifies that the Financial Instruments, for which the Underlying Instruments are stock indices or future contracts on stock indices, are instruments of “over-the-counter” nature and are not traded on any above-mentioned stock exchanges. Prices of aforementioned Financial Instruments are determined by Skilling Ltd and reflect the actual values of stock indices (or future contracts on stock indices), however current purchase and sale prices may differ from the prices of these instruments (or future contracts on stock indices) quoted on organized markets.
  4. Minimum Spread, Minimum Trade Size, Minimum Price Fluctuation and Step Trade Size are indicative values and they may change in case of significant volatility or limited liquidity of the Underlying Instrument.
  5. Dates of position rollover between the consecutive series of the contracts, which also constitute the base for valuation of the CFD Future Financial Instruments, are available in the Rollover Table.
  6. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  7. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  8. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  9. Reference market: organised market.
  10. Remaining costs related to Transactions in Skilling Ltd, such as Spread, Margin, swap points or other fees and commissions which shall be borne by Client and owed Skilling Ltd are indicated in the Financial Instrument table.
  11. Minimal Spread means the possibly smallest value of the Spread in a given Financial Instrument and does not constitute the average value of the Spread.

 

Swap Points

  1. Long position means that the Client has purchased a Financial Instrument.
  2. Short position means that the Client has sold a Financial Instrument.
  3. The sign next to the Swap points in pips rate indicates if the amount of money calculated upon its basis (Swap rate cash equivalent) will be added to (no sign) or subtracted from (-) the Client’s current account balance.
  4. Cash equivalent of Swap Points rate on the Investment Account is expressed in Account Currency after conversion of the Swap Points rate determined in quoted currency or currency of Financial Instrument value as BID rate for long position and ASK rate for short position.

Trading hours

Trading hours of particular Financial Instruments in the period from last Sunday of October till last Saturday of March are expressed in central European time (CET), while central European summer time (CEST) is used to express trading hours in period from last Sunday of March till last Saturday of October.

Cryptocurrencies

  1. The maximum amount of Client involvement in Open Positions (either long or short) on BITCOIN, ETHEREUM, RIPPLE, LITECOIN, DASH may not exceed 30000 EUR, 10000 EUR, 10000 EUR, 10000 EUR, 10000 EUR respectively, at the time of opening of a new position.
  2. The Expiration Day of the instruments BITCOIN, ETHEREUM, RIPPLE, LITECOIN, DASH is 7 days from a position being opened. An open trade on BITCOIN, ETHEREUM, RIPPLE, LITECOIN, DASH will be automatically closed at the first Financial Instrument price provided by Skilling Ltd after 00:00 (midnight) CET – CEST when applicable – following that period.

Trading hours

Trading hours of particular Financial Instruments in the period from last Sunday of October till last Saturday of March are expressed in central european time (CET), while central european summer time (CEST) is used to express trading hours in period from last Sunday of March till last Saturday of October.

Forex, Indices and Commodities

  1. Minimum Price Fluctuation is the minimum value, by which the price of all quoted Financial Instruments may be changed.
  2. Profits and losses in Trading Account are expressed in the Account Currency after conversion of the profits and losses in the second currency of the pair (quote currency) or in the currency, in which the value of the Financial Instrument is expressed, converted at the average Exchange Rate.
  3. Skilling Ltd notifies that the Financial Instruments, for which the Underlying Instruments are stock indices or future contracts on stock indices, are instruments of “over-the-counter” nature and are not traded on any above-mentioned stock exchanges. Prices of aforementioned Financial Instruments are determined by Skilling Ltd and reflect the actual values of stock indices (or future contracts on stock indices), however current purchase and sale prices may differ from the prices of these instruments (or future contracts on stock indices) quoted on organized markets.
  4. Minimum Spread, Minimum Trade Size, Minimum Price Fluctuation and Step Trade Size are indicative values and they may change in case of significant volatility or limited liquidity of the Underlying Instrument.
  5. Dates of position rollover between the consecutive series of the contracts, which also constitute the base for valuation of the CFD Future Financial Instruments, are available in the Rollover Table.
  6. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  7. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  8. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  9. Reference market: organised market.
  10. Remaining costs related to Transactions in Skilling Ltd, such as Spread, Margin, swap points or other fees and commissions which shall be borne by Client and owed Skilling Ltd are indicated in the Financial Instrument table.
  11. Minimal Spread means the possibly smallest value of the Spread in a given Financial Instrument and does not constitute the average value of the Spread.

 

Swap Points

  1. Long position means that the Client has purchased a Financial Instrument.
  2. Short position means that the Client has sold a Financial Instrument.
  3. The sign next to the Swap points in pips rate indicates if the amount of money calculated upon its basis (Swap rate cash equivalent) will be added to (no sign) or subtracted from (-) the Client’s current account balance.
  4. Cash equivalent of Swap Points rate on the Investment Account is expressed in Account Currency after conversion of the Swap Points rate determined in quoted currency or currency of Financial Instrument value as BID rate for long position and ASK rate for short position.

Trading hours

Trading hours of particular Financial Instruments in the period from last Sunday of October till last Saturday of March are expressed in central European time (CET), while central European summer time (CEST) is used to express trading hours in period from last Sunday of March till last Saturday of October.

Forex, Indices and Commodities

  1. Minimum Price Fluctuation is the minimum value, by which the price of all quoted Financial Instruments may be changed.
  2. Profits and losses in Trading Account are expressed in the Account Currency after conversion of the profits and losses in the second currency of the pair (quote currency) or in the currency, in which the value of the Financial Instrument is expressed, converted at the average Exchange Rate.
  3. Skilling Ltd notifies that the Financial Instruments, for which the Underlying Instruments are stock indices or future contracts on stock indices, are instruments of “over-the-counter” nature and are not traded on any above-mentioned stock exchanges. Prices of aforementioned Financial Instruments are determined by Skilling Ltd and reflect the actual values of stock indices (or future contracts on stock indices), however current purchase and sale prices may differ from the prices of these instruments (or future contracts on stock indices) quoted on organized markets.
  4. Minimum Spread, Minimum Trade Size, Minimum Price Fluctuation and Step Trade Size are indicative values and they may change in case of significant volatility or limited liquidity of the Underlying Instrument.
  5. Dates of position rollover between the consecutive series of the contracts, which also constitute the base for valuation of the CFD Future Financial Instruments, are available in the Rollover Table.
  6. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  7. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  8. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  9. Reference market: organised market.
  10. Remaining costs related to Transactions in Skilling Ltd, such as Spread, Margin, swap points or other fees and commissions which shall be borne by Client and owed Skilling Ltd are indicated in the Financial Instrument table.
  11. Minimal Spread means the possibly smallest value of the Spread in a given Financial Instrument and does not constitute the average value of the Spread.

 

Swap Points

  1. Long position means that the Client has purchased a Financial Instrument.
  2. Short position means that the Client has sold a Financial Instrument.
  3. The sign next to the Swap points in pips rate indicates if the amount of money calculated upon its basis (Swap rate cash equivalent) will be added to (no sign) or subtracted from (-) the Client’s current account balance.
  4. Cash equivalent of Swap Points rate on the Investment Account is expressed in Account Currency after conversion of the Swap Points rate determined in quoted currency or currency of Financial Instrument value as BID rate for long position and ASK rate for short position.

Trading hours

Trading hours of particular Financial Instruments in the period from last Sunday of October till last Saturday of March are expressed in central European time (CET), while central European summer time (CEST) is used to express trading hours in period from last Sunday of March till last Saturday of October.

Minimum order value for Equities is either 1 share price or as per below for each related country market,

  1. BELGIUM, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, NETHERLANDS, SPAIN and PORTUGAL 100 EURO
  2. CZECH REPUBLIC 300 CZK
  3. DENMARK 1000 DKK
  4. NORWAY 1000 NOK
  5. SWEDEN 1000 SEK
  6. SWITZERLAND 150 CHF
  7. UK 100 GBP
  8. US 50 USD

Example: If the share price is 500 USD then the minimum order value is 500 USD, otherwise, if the share price is 30 USD then the minimum order value is 50 USD.

 

  1. A Rollover is a transition of the underlying instrument from a contract that expires soon for another longer-term feasible contract.
  2. As some instruments offered by Skilling Ltd are based on futures contracts and do not have a specific maturity, they have to be periodically rolled.
  3. The advantage of this operation is that the client can keep open positions for much longer than the life of the underlying contract.
  4. A rollover allows the client to keep a position on given instrument and remain open when switching to another contract.
  5. The date represents the day of the month that the rollover is applied.
  6. For example: 11th February means that contracts will be rolled midnight 11/12th February (swap points will be calculated at that moment).
  7. Clients who have open positions through rollover date will be credited or debited with proper swap points amounts.
  8. Change of position value connected with base change will be corrected by swap points equal to base value.
  9. Clients with limit and stop orders close to current price are kindly requested to adjust their position to changes in base value.
  10. Otherwise stop and limit orders will be executed according to standard procedure. Please note that a stop out could be executed when there is a rollover