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Academy for Investors

Margin Call

This is a warning for the trader that their account is not large enough to maintain an open and unfavorable position. You will receive this notification at 100 percent of the margin level so that you can close the trade yourself and thus prevent the automatic shutdown of the most losing position, which may not always be advantageous for you but protects you from losing your resources. If you do not resolve the situation on the basis of the Margin Call yourself by closing the position or sending additional funds and the capital falls below 50 percent collateral, your position will be closed automatically. If you have more than one position open, the one with the largest volume will be closed.

Bid Price

Bid means the price at which it is currently possible to sell the asset you own in the relevant market.

Ask Price

Ask, on the other hand, is the price at which you can buy the asset.


The word "spread" refers to the difference between Bid and Ask. The spread (or most of it) is the broker's profit. If you buy and sell at the same time, you will lose an amount equal to the difference between the Bid and Ask price, i.e, the spread - this difference was withheld by the broker as a brokerage commission.


This is one of the most common terms in forex trading. It is basically a unit in which the exchange rate of a currency pair is expressed. For most currency pairs, pip is equal to 0.0001. The number of pips thus expresses the movement to the fourth decimal place.


Lot is an indication of the standardized volume of financial instruments traded on a given market. The quantity traded is not given in number of pieces (for example, shares) but in lots. The volume of one lot is specified for each instrument in each market. Lots are mainly used to avoid manipulating large numbers.

Take Profit

It is a limit order that will execute your order above the current market price.

Stop Loss

It is a limit order that serves to limit the loss or protect the profit gained. It is a matter of placing an order below the current market price, the execution of which is the protection of the achieved profit or the limitation of the loss.

Risk warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 88.24% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.