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We are writing to notify you that as a requirement from the CNMV Spain Authority, we are obliged to inform you:

General Warning: You are about to enter into a Financial Product which may be complex and difficult to understand. As a general rule, the CNMV considers that such products may not be appropriate for all retail clients, due to their complexity. However, Skilling will assess your knowledge and experience and would then deem whether the product is appropriate for you”

Please also visit our website to read our Risk Disclaimer which is currently available here.

Best regards,
Skilling team

Estimado cliente,

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Instruments and Account Information

Accounts
Forex
Crypto
Indices
Commodities
Equities

CFD Equities

*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, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Equities

  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, Maximum 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. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  6. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  7. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  8. 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.
  9. 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 Gross P/L.
  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.
  5. Weekend swaps are charged on Wednesdays ( tripled daily fee ).
  6. Swap fees are subject to change at any given time and could change on a daily basis without prior notice, depending on market conditions. We encourage you to periodically visit this page to stay updated on current fees.

Swaps are calculated using unified equations as below :

For Buy (Long) positions : (Units * Price) * (1% / 365) + (Units * Tom Next Rate)
For Sell (Short) positions : (Units * Price) * (1% / 365) – (Units * Tom Next Rate)

Where:

Units – the total number of units bought / sold in the trade
Tom Next Rate – an industry standard, short-term rate for currencies and spot metals

* Markup for Premium accounts is 0.9%

Trading hours

Trading hours are expressed in GMT and are subject to change based on available liquidity. Should the underlying market close ahead of time or liquidity be deficient, we may delay market opening or disable trading for the affected instruments.

Forex, Indices, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Equities

  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, Maximum 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. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  6. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  7. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  8. 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.
  9. 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 Gross P/L.
  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.
  5. Weekend swaps are charged on Wednesdays ( tripled daily fee ).
  6. Swap fees are subject to change at any given time and could change on a daily basis without prior notice, depending on market conditions. We encourage you to periodically visit this page to stay updated on current fees.

Trading hours

Trading hours are expressed in GMT and are subject to change based on available liquidity. Should the underlying market close ahead of time or the liquidity be deficient, we may delay market opening or disable trading for the affected instruments.

Forex, Indices, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Equities

  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, Maximum 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. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  6. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  7. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  8. 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.
  9. 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 Gross P/L.
  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.
  5. Weekend swaps are charged on Wednesdays ( tripled daily fee ).
  6. Swap fees are subject to change at any given time and could change on a daily basis without prior notice, depending on market conditions. We encourage you to periodically visit this page to stay updated on current fees.

Swaps are calculated using unified equations as below :

For Buy (Long) positions : (Units * Price) * (3.5% + Libor) / 365
For Sell (Short) positions : (Units * Price) * (3.5% – Libor) / 365

Where :

Units – the total number of units bought / sold in the trade
Libor – the 1 month Libor rate of the quoted currency

*Markup for Premium accounts is 3%

Trading hours

Trading hours are expressed in GMT and are subject to change based on available liquidity. Should the underlying market close ahead of time or the liquidity be deficient, we may delay market opening or disable trading for the affected instruments.

Forex, Indices, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Equities

  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, Maximum 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. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  6. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  7. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  5. Weekend swaps are charged on Wednesdays ( tripled daily fee )
  6. Swap fees are subject to change at any given time and could change on a daily basis without prior notice, depending on market conditions. We encourage you to periodically visit this page to stay updated on current fees.

Swaps are calculated using unified equations as below :

For Buy (Long) positions : (Units * Price) * (1% / 365) + (Units * Tom Next Rate)
For Sell (Short) positions : (Units * Price) * (1% / 365) – (Units * Tom Next Rate)

Where :

Units – the total number of units bought / sold in the trade
Tom Next Rate – an industry standard, short-term rate for currencies and metals

*Markup for Premium accounts is 0.9%

Trading hours

Trading hours are expressed in GMT and are subject to change based on available liquidity. Should the underlying market close ahead of time or the liquidity be deficient, we may delay the market opening or disable trading for the affected instruments.

Forex, Indices, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Equities

  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, Maximum 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. All transactions are executed as market orders.
  6. The fee shall be converted to Account Currency in accordance with the Exchange Rate at the moment of Transaction conclusion.
  7. Prices for instruments are quoted on a floating basis and reflect the current market situation.
  8. 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.
  9. 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 Gross P/L.
  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.
  5. Weekend swaps are charged on Wednesdays ( tripled daily fee )
  6. Swap fees are subject to change at any given time and could change on a daily basis without prior notice, depending on market conditions. We encourage you to periodically visit this page to stay updated on current fees.

Swaps are calculated using unified equations as below :

For Buy (Long) positions : 6% + 1 month Libor * (Units * Price) / 365
For Sell (Short) positions : 3% + 1 month Libor * (Units * Price) / 365

Where :

Units – the total number of units bought / sold in the trade
Libor – the 1 month Libor rate of the quoted currency

*Markup for Premium accounts is 3.5% and 3% respectively

Trading hours

Trading hours are expressed in GMT and are subject to change based on available liquidity. Should the underlying market close ahead of time or liquidity be deficient, we may delay market opening or disable trading for the affected instruments.