Always check the swaps your broker has listed in their website before investing cash with them. In general, apart from making certain your broker is regulated it's a good idea to always read their terms and requirements in detail before committing to a live account.
Yes it's quite much important! Because I visit, few brokers have horrible swaps.
Hello, today I closed my very first trade and I really don't understand why I lost money on it because it had been supposed to be on the profit side. I've got my account shared with you. I was likely to make 1.86 USD however I ended with -0.14 USD. Swap -2 usd whaterver that means is said by it. Could anybody kindly clarify what happened with my own trade? Thank you!
Swap charge of 2 usd using profit of 1.86USD out of 19 pips? There had to be tiny swap for that position, smells fishy I should say
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You cover a swap should you keep the trade overnight.
Total is different with each broker.
In Forex, when you keep a standing open through the end of the trading day, then you will either be billed or paid interest on that place, based upon the inherent interest rates of both currencies from the pair.
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