Trading Conditions

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Margin and Leverage

About Margin

Margin is the amount of collateral needed to cover any credit risks that might occur during your trading. The rate of margin is determined by Equity divided by the margin used. It is recommended that you either close off positions to free up liquidity or add additional funds to expand the liquidity available. Margin is expressed as the percentage of position size (e.g. 1%), and the only real reason for having funds in your trading account is to ensure a sufficient margin. On a 1% margin, for instance, a position of $1,000,000 will require a deposit of $10,000. The margin in your trading account needs to be above the margin call level in order for you to be able to open new trades unless the new trades will result in your trading account is fully hedged.

Margin Monitoring

At Hextra Prime you can control your real-time risk exposure by monitoring your used and free margin. Together, used and free margin forms your equity. Used margin refers to the amount of money you need to deposit to keep the trade (for example, if you set your account at a leverage of 100:1, the margin you need to set aside is 1 percent of your size). Free margin is the amount of money that you left in your trading account and fluctuates according to your portfolio equity; you can open new positions with it, or absorb any losses.

About Leverage

Using leverage means you are able to trade positions that are greater than the sum of money in your bank account. A sum of leverage is expressed as a ratio, for example, 50:1, 100:1, or 500:1. If you have $1,000 in your trading account, and selling 500,000 USD / JPY ticket sizes, the leverage would be 500:1. How will the sum you have at your disposal be tradeable 3000 times? You have a free short-term credit balance at Hextra Prime if you transact on a margin: this helps you to buy an amount that exceeds your account value. Without this grant, you are only able to purchase or sell $1,000 tickets at a time.

Leverage Risk

On the one hand, you can make a substantial profit by using the leverage, even from a relatively small initial investment. On the other hand, if you fail to apply proper risk management, the losses can also get dramatic. That is why Hextra Prime offers a leverage package that lets you select your desired level of risk. Hextra Prime shall monitor the leverage ratio applied to customer accounts at all times and retains the right to make adjustments to and amend the leverage ratio (i.e. decrease the leverage ratio), at its absolute discretion and without warning on a case-by-case basis, and/or on all or any customer accounts as Hextra Prime considers to be necessary.

Leverage on Equity

Leverage for your accounts depends on the type of account you are opening and the amount of equity in all of your accounts. Margin requirements do not change during the week, nor do they widen overnight or at weekends. Leverage change according to equity will be instant. We also have the right to change client’s trading accounts leverage whenever necessary according to trading behavior, market condition, which will be informed as at earliest 24 hours before changes. Hextra Prime offers the following leverage:-

Margin Call Level

If your account equity drops below 50% of the margin needed to retain your open positions, you need to be alert with the margin call level warning that you do not have enough equity to cover open positions. It is recommended that you either close off positions to free up liquidity or inject extra funds to increase the available liquidity.

Stop Out Level

The level of stop-out relates to the level of equity at which the open positions automatically close. Our stop-out level is at 30% of the margin. If you reach the stop-out level, positions will start to be automatically close starting from the least profitable positions.

Negative Balance Protection

Although each client is entirely responsible for controlling their trading account operation, Hextra Prime follows a policy of negative balance protection to ensure that the overall potential risk does not surpass the account equity. In case if your account equity goes negative, Hextra Prime will cover the negative amount. Negative balance protection means that you can’t lose more than your deposited money, i.e. you won’t owe money to the broker.

IMPORTANT NOTES 1: Kindly note that the Negative Compensation Rules as the Negative Balance Protection program execute at the 51st minutes every hour server time, automatically. In case if clients’ accounts got stopped out, and the clients want to redeposit again, kindly wait for the balance to reset automatically before making the deposit. In case if you deposited without notifying us, the action is at the clients’ own discretion and we are not responsible to give compensation for the negated amount.

IMPORTANT NOTES 2: Kindly note that the Negative Compensation Rules will automatically be triggered if your account EQUITY has become negative, meaning that both BALANCE and CREDIT have been used up.

IMPORTANT NOTES 3: In case if your account has been only negative in BALANCE, but not in CREDIT, meaning that the EQUITY is still positive and tradable, please do not do any transaction. Please request for manual balance and credit reset, before you do any new deposit to your account.

Stop Out Level

Each client is entirely responsible for how they trade, either manual or automatically using Expert Advisor. However, under circumstances that any trading activity that we found may involve such as:- i. Exploiting price via trade balance (eg: buy/sell stop order simultaneously during high impact news) ii. Hedging with different Metatrader account; kindly note hedging is allowed within the same one Metatrader account only iii. High-frequency trading that sends order more than the max allowed or High-frequency trading that disrupts the server iv. Expert Advisor that is manipulative in nature or manipulating the bid and ask price latency v. Any directly or indirectly fraud activity or methods Any aforementioned activities will result in the termination of your account and per case basis review, we will return or refund back your initial or available capital while the profit resulted will be canceled, case by case basis. Current restricted specific Expert Advisor that has breached any of the items above with name mention below are not allowed at Hextra Prime:-

i. Enigma / Jtayu.com Pulse
ii. Biohazard
iii. High-Frequency Trading

Execution and Liquidity

Normal Trading Hours

For day traders the most active hours are between opening the London markets and closing the US markets. The peak trading time is when the US and London markets converge from GMT 1 pm-GMT 4 pm. Usually, these hours are when the largest amount of trades occurs and are considered the most desirable in terms of trading opportunities. The key sessions for traders are the markets in London, the US, and Asia. Between summer and winter months, market opening and closing times change, as many countries transition to/from daylight savings time (DST). Here is an overview of the trading sessions that will help you make the most of the market:

Metatrader 4 Server Time

Time in MT4 is shown as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+2) or (GMT)+1. During Daylight-Saving Time, our server time is at 2 hours forward of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT +2). During Standard (Winter) Time, the server time is 1 hour ahead of GMT (GMT +1). In Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the transition to Daylight-Saving Time takes place on the last Sunday of March at 01:00 GMT, moving the clock ahead an hour. The move back to Eastern European Standard Time takes place on the last Sunday in October at 1:00 GMT, moving the clock back an hour.

5 or 6 and 7 Daily Candles

The GMT offset is either +1 or +2 depending on whether Daylight savings time is in effect or not, however, Hextra Prime provides the accurate 5+1 daily candle week for all clients. 1 extra candle was for the Sunday Bar opening time during wintertime at GMT+1. Kindly note that for instruments like cryptocurrencies, the chart may have 7 daily candles as they are traded 24/7.

Market Opens

When the liquidity providers’ pricing in online Hextra Prime switch (late Sunday, early Monday session start) and offline switch (Friday session end) the spreads can be wider as the liquidity providers reset and liquidity is low.

Daily Trading Break

There is a daily break in trading depending on the type of instruments and platform time. Clients are able to see the prices streaming during this break. However, no orders can be placed and preexisting orders cannot be executed during this time.

No Re-Quotes & No-Rejection

Hextra Prime has been leading the implementation of no re-quotes and no denial of orders policy. We give 100 percent order execution with almost all our orders being executed lighting fast within seconds.

Holidays & Weekends Execution

Should market gaps emerge from a Friday near a Sunday opening, Hextra Prime will execute all pending limits or stop orders for the corresponding place size at the first market price available.

Volatile or Illiquid Markets Execution

Thanks to its alertness and business alliances with numerous liquidity providers, Hextra Prime aims to serve you best by executing orders at the best available market price, even during unpredictable market conditions.

Orders Amount

Please notice that you can only keep up to 200 positions open simultaneously (per client and with pending orders included). The total lot-sizing restricted per ticket is 50 lots.

Slippage

Through our combination of the tier-1 bank, non-bank, and ECN liquidity and by maintaining fill ratios with our Lps and using ‘no last look’ when supported, we’re able to improve execution and reduce slippage for our traders.

Slippage generally occurs for 2 reasons:-
– Either due to a delay between an action and its execution, or
– Due to a lack of liquidity depth resulting in VWAP (volume-weighted average price) slippage. Hextra Prime is dedicated to ensuring minimal slippage for all of its client

Trading Charges

Variable Spread

The core aim of Hextra Prime is to provide low-cost access for traders to global markets through market-leading pricing and execution. By integrating tier-1 bank, non-bank, and ECN liquidity, we can stream extremely tight spreads to traders and deep liquidity-reducing your trading costs.

Spreads from 0.1 pips refer to the capacity of a broker to sell a commodity with a 0.1 pips range. Normally this can only be achieved if a variety of requirements are met, including an aggregated price feed or ‘ECN’ feed (see ECN page) and no spread floor in place, i.e. no minimum spread.

Hextra Prime passes on the prices it receives from its liquidity providers to traders. This means our spreads are variable and fluctuate in line with market liquidity and volatility.

Commission Rates

Hextra Prime does not add any markup on spreads, however, we charge commissions on all instruments available depending on account types, whether Standard ECN or Raw ECN.

Swap & Financing Fees

A swap is an interest paid or received for holding a position over rollover/end of the day. On a currency, pair interest is paid on the currency sold and received on the currency bought. In addition, swap rates are driven by the inter-bank spread and cross-currency basis.

The financing fee is the cost you pay to hold a position on CFD trades. It helps traders gain access to leveraged products while only having to pay an initial margin to open the position. As such, the financing fee reflects the cost of borrowing or lending the asset(s) which relate to your position(s). In addition, if dividends are paid out on the relevant index, then long positions will receive a positive adjustment, while short positions will receive a negative adjustment.

For swap rollovers, Hextra Prime debits or credits the accounts of customers and manages rollover interest for all positions left open after 22:00 GMT, the regular cutoff time for banks. Swap charges details will be available at our MetaTrader 4 platform.

22:00 GMT is considered by most brokers to be the start and end of a trading day. Any positions that remain open at GMT sharp at 22:00 are subject to rollover and will be left open overnight. Positions opened at 22:01 are not subject to roll-over until the next day, but if you open a position at 21:59, a roll-over at 22:00 GMT is required. A credit or debit will appear on your account within one hour for each place that is open at 22:00 GMT.

Even though there is no rollover while the markets are closed on Saturdays and Sundays, banks still measure interest in any place left open over the weekend. To level, this time gap, on Wednesdays Hextra Prime is charging a 3-day rollover fee.

Islamic Account

Hextra Prime understands that trading conditions should be adapted to individual trading needs. Thus for Muslim countries, we offer swap-free accounts, which implement no swap or rollover interest on overnight positions which is against the Islamic faith. Now with us, Muslim traders can take positions without being swap-charged, or credited an overnight interest.

For selected regions, Hextra Prime provides free swap accounts. No regular crediting / withdrawal of funds/losses associated with swap operations may occur on swap-free accounts. This will allow the client to earn no extra income and will not incur any additional losses. These accounts are opened automatically if provided by the region through our system

However, should it be found that any client has violated the “swap-free” privilege, Hextra Prime shall maintain the rights to restore the privilege of all trading accounts of the client within its member region and charge swap. In this case, misuse is, but not restricted as well, a situation where a large portion of the transactions on the client’s trading account has a negative swap that Hextra Prime does not charge, in compliance with the “swap-free” status.

Risk Warning: Trading Leveraged Products such as Forex and Derivatives may not be suitable for all investors as they carry a high degree of risk to your capital. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved, taking into account your investments and level of experience, before trading, and if necessary, seek independent advice.