Assets  – currency pairs, stocks, indices, commodities. It is they sold the option and the price of the asset is recorded in the option.

Shares – Shares confirm the fact that their owner has acquired a certain part of the company and therefore has the right to make a profit, depending on the size of the company, which he owns. In the case of bankruptcy of the owners of shares are the last to receive assets of the company. 

Balance  the trading account sum after the last transaction.

Broker  ─ Mediator producing trades on behalf of clients.

Flexible exchange rate  ─ exchange rate determined by market forces, acting on the foreign exchange market. Flexible exchange rate is often called floating ..

Graph (Chart Circle Diagram)  ─ A graphical representation of price changes (course).

End date of the option  ─ The last day for exercise of the option.

Money market  ─ One of the sales market of varieties of goods in the form of cash, part of the market loan capital. Agents of the money market are mainly banks, broker-dealer firms, and other financial and credit institutions involved in the sale of credit money, currency, securities.

Deposit  ─ is a must to start trading the amount of funds that the investor is obliged to make an open trading platform or through the website.

Diversification  ─ Trade in several markets (multiple instruments) to reduce commodity price risks.

European Monetary Union  ─ The main objective of the European Monetary Union – the creation of the single European currency, and the euro, which officially replaced the currencies of the countries – EU members in 2002. In January 1999, the first stage of euro entry.The euro is now used as a full-fledged means of payment and is in use in the EU – Germany, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Portugal.

Overvalued exchange rate  ─ exchange rate, formed on the basis of the ratio of internal and external prices for certain groups of goods with high import and export efficiency. Typically, such a course higher than the real rate of the currency of the countries in which not all elements of national wealth involved in trade turnover.

Gold option  ─ contractual right to buy or sell a lot of gold on time at the agreed price.

Indices  ─ Index is a basket of shares. For more information about indexes traded on the platform, refer to the section “Assets”.

Leverage  ─ Credit issued by the trader and broker which allows to increase the means by which you can make transactions. The loan is taken at the time of opening of the transaction.

Courses  ─ allows the client to purchase or sell the asset without market spread. Call option open course is open rate option Put.

Liquidity  ─ market, where you can always make a deal (during business hours), is a liquid.

Loss (Loss)  ─ Loss. Reducing the amount of invested assets as a result of operations or the excess of expenditure on the implementation of operations on the income derived from it.

Minimum price  ─ The lower level of the price, set at this product in this market.

Minimum deviation  ─ rules set by the exchange value of the allowable rate fluctuations, prices within the same contract.

Basic  ─ the price level in early trading.

Non-profit option  ─ option of Call, whose rate of expiration (final price) is lower than the market price of the underlying asset or Option Put, whose rate of expiration (final price) is higher than the market price of the underlying asset.

Call option  ─ Call option provides the investor the opportunity to profit if the exchange rate of the asset exceeds its initial course. If the expiration of the course is the initial price, the total size of the investment will be returned to the investor.

The Touch option the One  ─ This is an option that gives the investor a predetermined fixed amount of profit when the underlying asset price reaches or crosses a predetermined level of the course. In order for the option to be profitable enough that it has reached or crossed a predetermined level at least once during the duration of the option. If the intended level is not reached at least once, the initial investment is lost.

Option the PUT  ─ Put option gives the investor the opportunity to earn if the asset price falls below the initial rate. In the event that the expiry rate is equal to the initial rate, the total amount of investment the investor will be refunded.

And non-profit option neubytochny  ─ This is a financial term that means that the current price of the underlying asset is equal to the price of an asset at the time of acquisition of the option.

Profitable option  ─ option of Call, whose rate of expiration (final price) is higher than the market price of the underlying asset or Option Put, whose rate of expiration (final price) is lower than the market price of the underlying asset.

Swipe rates (the Range)  ─ The highest and lowest price levels (rate) achieved within a certain period of time.

The real exchange rate  ─ The proportion of exchange of goods between the two countries; the relative price of goods produced in the two countries. It depends on the nominal exchange rate, the ratio of foreign exchange rates and commodity prices in national currencies.

Rollover (Rollover)  ─ The transfer of open positions to the next settlement date (value date).

Securities Market  ─ Part of the loan capital market, which made ​​the purchase and sale of securities.

The market price  ─ last published price of supply and demand to enter into foreign exchange contracts existing at the moment in the market.

Average price  ─ average between bid and ask. This price represents the real market price without the spreads between bid and ask.

Stop Loss (the Stop Loss)  ─ This is an order to the broker to close a position when the price moves in an unprofitable direction when it reaches its specified level.

The tendency (to Trend)  ─ Sustainable long-term price movement (course) on the market in a certain direction.

Goods  ─ This is a general name given to raw materials from a variety of sectors (energy, food and metals). Refer to “Assets” section for more information.

Trader (Trader)  ─ perform operations at their own expense or at the expense of which he was entrusted with investors.

Trading hours  ─ Each asset has its own trading hours, trading days and weekends. To see the trading hours assets, visit “Assets” section. Sometimes an asset will not be exhibited, although it has to be traded. In this case, simply click “REFRESH” (restart).

Financial Instruments  ─ Various types of financial market product of nature; securities, bonds, currency, futures, options, etc.

Stock Exchange  ─ organized regularly functioning market securities. Stock exchanges are intended: to mobilize temporarily free funds of enterprises and the public through the sale of their securities, facilitate the movement of money capital between different economic actors.

Fundamental analysis  ─ Analysis of the foreign exchange market on the basis of macroeconomic indicators of the economy to predict the market situation.

Futures  ─ Agreement put, sell a product or to take delivery (to buy a product in a certain amount at the price agreed at the conclusion of the contract, in the future, within the time specified in the contract). Futures contracts are bought and sold in markets as securities.

Futures  ─ Class indirect securities contracted for in the future be able to buy or sell certain types of goods. In accordance with strict futures contract owner has to buy or sell a commodity and an option on a futures contract provides a choice to do so.

Hedging  ─ The combination of long and short positions in different instruments in which the foreign currency risk is reduced.

The offer price  ─ Financial markets have assets the bid price at which an investor can buy an asset. This price is part of a formula is used to calculate the course expiration of the asset.

Demand Price  ─ Financial markets have assets bid price at which the investor can sell the asset. This price is part of a formula is used to calculate the course expiration of the asset.