Mocaz Financial Markets Limited Trading Condition
The information you need to trade smarter!
Mocaz Financial Markets Limited prides itself on offering industry leading trading conditions. Various aspects of operation and business have been carefully evaluated and refined over the years to provide you with a truly superior trading experience. For more information on our trading conditions please email : firstname.lastname@example.org
- 6 types of trading accounts
- Various type of instruments - Forex, Commodities, and Indices
- Metatrader4 platform as trading terminal
- Mobile platform
- Automatic order execution
- Order execution in less than one second
- One click trading
- Swap free account
Our spreads are market leading. Low latency servers in an enterprise grade True ECN and STP trading environment means you will always be trading on the best available price. Spread can go as low as 0.2 pips for True ECN on our Metatrader 4 platform.
A trader can choose whether to trade using Basic (Higher Spread & No Commission) or Premium (Tight Spread & Commission Charge) or PRO ( Tightest Spread & No Commission) account and ECN ( True ECN with The Lowest Commission per 100K volume trade).
Our Trading Instruments
Mocaz Financial Markets Limited stream prices on 72 different currency pairs ,13 indices and 5 commodities on all of our trading platforms. With quotes from different banks and dark pool liquidity sources Mocaz Financial Markets Limited offers some of the best pricing in the industry, this combined with unrivalled execution speeds makes us the favoured destination for day traders, scalpers and those using expert advisors (EAs). Start trading forex today.
Margin and Leverage
Margin and leverage are concepts that go hand-in-hand in currency trading. Trading “on margin” means you need only deposit a percentage of the total funds required for a trade. Similarly, a deposit can be leveraged so that you can trade positions significantly larger than the amount you have in your account. These small movements can result in larger profits, or larger losses when compared to an unleveraged position.
Because small price movements can potentially have large effects on your account, trading on margin (or with leverage) can be risky.