Account Management


Deposit Funds

You can fund your account by:

● Debit and Credit Cards (Visa, Master, Maestro, JCB)

● Neteller

● Skrill/Moneybookers

● Global Collect (only for Australian clients)

● BPAY (only for Australian Clients)

● China Union Pay (only for Chinese residents)

● Bank Transfer

● Broker to Broker Transfer



You can withdraw your funds by logging on the Client Portal.

Withdrawal methodDuration
Netellersame or next day
Skrill/Moneybookersdeposits received from Skrill are returned to client Bank accounts

Global Collect

(only for Australian Clients)
3-5 business days but may take longer


(only for Australian Clients)
same day or next business day

China Union Pay

(only for Chinese residents)
1-3 business days

Bank Transfer

for local payments it is the same  day or next business day.
for international payments 3-5 business days but may take longer

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Application Test

  • 1. A _________ is equal to 0.01 for exchange rates expressed to two decimal places, or 0.0001 for exchange rates expressed to four decimal places.
  • 2. A _________ is used by most forex brokers to close out an open position at the end of the business day, and reopen an identical position as of the next day.
  • 3. A carry trade is based on the interest rate differential between two currencies. The idea is to hold _________ the currency with the higher interest rate, while holding _________ a currency with a lower interest rate.
  • 4. If you have positive carry, your position _________ money while it is open, but if you have negative carry, you must _________ interest while the position is open.
  • 5. "Trading on the technicals" refers to trading based on information derived from _________. This is also known as technical analysis.
  • 6. "Trading on the fundamentals" - or "trading the news" - describes traders that attempt to predict the effect _________ such as interest rate changes and labor reports will have on an exchange rate.
  • 7. Fundamental analysis is the study of _________ in an attempt to predict future market conditions.
  • 8. A _________ order is executed immediately when submitted and is priced at the current spot market rate.
  • 9. A _________ order is an order to buy or sell a currency, but only when certain conditions are met. These conditions are in the form of instructions and are attached when the order is first created.
  • 10. A limit order that has not yet been executed, is said to be _________.