RoboMarkets reduces minimum lot and step for trading Indices

RoboMarkets reduces minimum lot and step for trading Indices

Dear Clients and Partners,

Starting from May 14th, 2020, RoboMarkets is reducing the minimum lot and order volume step for trading Indices. Thanks to these innovations, Indices can be traded with lower margin requirements, while orders in the CopyFX platform will be copied with higher accuracy.

  • Minimum order volume (lots):

    0.01

  • Minimum order volume step (lots):

    0.01

Reduction of the minimum lot and order volume step is another step in the Company’s extensive work aimed to provide its clients with the most competitive conditions for trading Indices in the industry.

Please note that improved conditions for trading Indices may require you to adjust your Expert Advisor settings or review your trading strategies. We kindly ask you to take these changes into account when planning your trading operations.

Sincerely,
RoboMarkets team

Related articles

Comments

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Enter Your Information Below To Receive Free Trading Ideas, Latest News, And Articles.

Please Enter Your Email Address:




Your information is secure and your privacy is protected. By opting in you agree to receive emails from us and our affiliates. Remember that you can opt-out any time, we hate spam too!

Share article

Latest articles

FXTM Trading Schedule for Hong Kong National Day 2020

Please note that in observance of the upcoming Hong Kong National Day holiday from 1-2 October 2020, there will be temporary changes to FXTM's...

Amazon steps into the gaming market

Amazon unveiled a host of new products yesterday, including a notable bid to capture a slice of the video game market. The firm is...

FBS won 3 awards from the prestigious European magazine

FBS once again proved to be the most reliable broker and received 3 awards to support this title!We are winning various awards from European...

Stocks tumble after Fed warns more stimulus needed

European markets have opened in the red this morning as investor sentiment remains downbeat due to increased case numbers and central bank commentary weighing...

Tesla slumps as battery day timescales disappoint

After being hyped up by CEO Elon Musk in the run up to it, Tesla's 'battery day' disappointed investors, as the new innovations unveiled...

Newsletter