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Trading forex on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. Before you decide to trade forex, you should carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level and risk tolerance. There is a possibility that you may lose some or all of your investment, and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks involved in forex trading and if in doubt, seek the advice of an independent financial advisor.


Risks of investing in CFDs

CFDs, especially if they are highly leveraged (the higher the leverage of the CFD, the riskier it becomes), are associated with a very high risk. They are not standardized products. The different providers of CFD have their own terms, conditions and costs. Therefore, they are generally not suitable for most retail investors.


Liquidity risk

Liquidity risk affects your ability to trade. It is the risk that your CFD or asset cannot be traded at the time you want to trade (to avoid a loss or to make a profit).


Execution Risk

Execution risk is associated with the fact that trading may not occur immediately. For example, some time may elapse between the time you place your order and the time it is executed.


Risks associated with Internet trading

There are risks associated with using an Internet-based trading system to execute trades, including but not limited to hardware, software and Internet connection failure. Because Escoin Trade has no control over signal strength, reception or routing over the Internet, the configuration of your equipment, or the reliability of the connection, we cannot be responsible for communications failures, distortions, or delays when trading over the Internet.



Customer acknowledges and agrees that it has read and understands the following and therefore accepts it without reservation:

  • The value of the financial instrument (including currency pairs, CFDs or other derivative products) may decline and the Client may receive less money than originally invested or the value of the financial instruments may be subject to wide fluctuations.
  • Information about the past performance of a financial instrument is not a guarantee of current and/or future performance; the use of historical data does not constitute a binding or certain prediction of the corresponding future return of the financial instruments to which such data relate.
  • Some financial instruments may not become immediately liquid for various reasons, such as lower demand, and the Company may not be able to sell them or readily obtain information about the value of such financial instruments or the extent of the risks associated or inherent in them.
  • If a financial instrument is traded in a currency other than the currency of the customer’s country of residence, changes in exchange rates may adversely affect the value, price and performance of the financial instrument.
  • A financial instrument in foreign markets may involve risks different from the usual risks in the markets in the customer’s country of residence. The profit or loss prospects of transactions on foreign markets are also influenced by exchange rate fluctuations