CFDs are complex instruments and have a high risk of losing funds quickly due to their leverage. 67% of retail investor accounts lose funds when trading CFDs with this provider. You should ask yourself if you fully understand how CFDs work and if you can afford to take the significant risk of losing your money. You will never lose more than the amount invested in each position.
Your capital is subject to risk. You will never lose more than the amount invested on the platform.
Teemant is a strategy available on the Trio Markets platform.
The information on this site is not intended as investment advice and the client remains solely responsible for his or her investment. TrioMarkets is a multi-regulated brand. TrioMarkets (Europe) is the trading name of EDR Financial Ltd, registered as a Cyprus Investment Firm ("CIF") with registration number (HE336081) under the laws of the Republic of Cyprus. Licensed and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission ("CySEC") under license number 268/15.
TrioMarkets (Global) is a licensed trade name of BENOR Capital Ltd which is registered as an Investment Broker with the registration number 160496. Authorized by the Financial Services Commission (Mauritius) with license number C118023678. Registered Office 5The Catalyst, Level 2, Suite 201
Plot 40, Silicon Avenue, Ebene, Mauritius and licensed to operate under the trade name TrioMarkets.
Past performance is not indicative of future performance
You should seek the advice of an independent and licensed financial advisor and ensure that you have the relevant risk appetite, experience and knowledge before deciding to trade. Under no circumstances shall EDR Financial Ltd or BENOR Capital Ltd, be liable to any person or entity for (a) any loss or damage wholly or partly caused by, arising out of, or in connection with CFD transactions or (b) any direct, indirect, special, consequential or incidental damages whatsoever.
Trading with EDR Financial Ltd or BENOR LTD by following and/or copying or replicating the trades of a trading strategy involves a high level of risk, even if you are following or copying or replicating the actions of a strategy that has previously performed positively.
This includes the risk of following/copying the decisions of possibly inexperienced/unprofessional traders and the risk associated with traders whose objective, ultimate intent, or financial status, may differ from yours.
Past performance of any strategy of EDR Financial Ltd or BENOR Capital Ltd is not a reliable indication of its future performance.
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Engaging in CFDs or foreign exchange transactions (in this notice referred to as "trading") involves a high degree of risk to your capital.
You should not engage in this form of investment without having fully
the nature of the Transaction you are entering into and the actual extent of your exposure to the risk of loss.
Your profits and losses will vary depending on the extent to which the price of the underlying markets on which your Transaction is based fluctuates.
For many members of the public, these transactions are not suitable. You should carefully consider whether they are suitable for you given your circumstances, financial resources and investment objectives. When considering engaging in this form of investment, you should be aware of the following:
1. Leverage effect
The high degree of "leverage" or "gearing" (i.e., the funds required up front compared to the size of the trade you can make) is a particular feature of this type of transaction.
The size of the trade you can make) is a special feature of this type of trade. Therefore, a relatively small movement in the underlying market can have a disproportionate effect on your trade. If the underlying market movement is in your favor, you may realize a good profit, but an equally small adverse market movement may not only quickly result in the loss of your entire deposit, but may also expose you to a significant additional loss on top of your initial deposit.
In particular, your losses can be unlimited and any deposit or other amount you have paid will not limit your losses.
If you decide to engage in marginal currency or CFD trading, you must accept this degree of risk.
You may be required to deposit substantial additional margin in the short term to maintain your positions.
If you do not provide these additional funds in a timely manner, your position(s) may be closed at a loss and you will be responsible for any resulting deficit. If you have any doubts about our products, we recommend that you seek independent professional advice.
2. Marginal foreign exchange transactions and CFDs
The objective of a foreign exchange or CFD transaction is to make a profit or avoid a loss based on fluctuations in the price of an underlying asset or index (the "underlying market").
In our business, the underlying market may be a securities index, an exchange rate between two currencies, CFDs on a securities index or a price index.
two currencies, gold CFDs, silver CFDs, oil CFDs or such other investments as Trio Markets may from time to time agree in writing.
It is an express condition of every CFD or Spot FX Transaction that neither you nor Trio Markets :
3. Over-the-counter trading
Transactions with Benor Capital Ltd Trading are not traded on a recognized or designated investment exchange and, therefore, may expose you to greater risks than foreign exchange transactions.
For example, if you wish to close the position, you will need to close it at the Benor Capital Ltd quote which may reflect a premium or discount to the underlying market.
When the underlying market is closed, Benor Capital Ltd's quotation may be influenced by the weight of other customers' purchases and sales to Benor Capital Ltd.
For example, the spread can widen considerably. You will not be able to close any position with the same supplier with which it was originally entered into.
When entering into such transactions, Benor Capital Ltd will do so under the terms and conditions of Benor Capital Ltd.
The documents incorporated by reference therein. You must ensure that transactions are conducted in strict accordance with the Benor Capital Ltd.
4. Margin requirements
Trio Markets reserves the right to adjust the margin requirements for any product that Trio Markets may offer.
This may result in an increase in your margin requirement and you may be required to deposit additional funds to maintain existing positions.
5. Position monitoring
It is your responsibility to monitor your account. If the net value of the account (cash plus account (cash plus current profits minus current losses) is less than the required margin, Trio Markets may close some or all of your trades at the current market price. This should not be taken as a guarantee however, and it is your responsibility to ensure that your account has sufficient funds at all times.
6. Market risk
Trading in currencies and marginal CFDs is based on the price movements of the underlying financial products.
You are therefore exposed to similar, but amplified, risks to the underlying assets, in some cases the risks will be greater.
Creating a stop loss order can limit your losses, but this is not guaranteed as your losses may be greater under certain circumstances.
Slippage occurs when a stop loss order is not filled at the exact price of the order, but slips to a higher or lower price. This may be because the particular underlying market has become abnormally volatile for some time. In this case, a Stop Loss may not be effective and your position will be closed at Benor Capital Ltd.
Gapping occurs when a particular market jumps significantly, resulting in your stop loss not being reached
and your transaction will close at a much higher or lower price than expected.
Therefore, when you have an open position in a volatile market environment, you need to understand the potential impact of these events, as you may be exposed to a risk of loss.
Therefore, when you have an open position in a volatile market environment, you need to understand the potential impact of these events, as you may be filled at the next available price from Benor Capital Ltd.
Under certain trading conditions, it may be difficult or impossible to close out a position.
This may occur, for example, in the event of rapid price movement, if the price rises or falls in a single trading session to such an extent that trading is restricted or suspended.
During market opening and closing hours and before announcements, the market spread can widen considerably.
Therefore, you must ensure that you have sufficient funds in your account to cover this contingency.
When you trade a product denominated in a currency other than the one in which you hold your account, exchange rate fluctuations affect your potential for profit and loss.
No credit is extended to you. Neither the granting of a variation margin credit nor the granting of an initial margin credit constitutes a credit facility.
8. Counterparty risk
Trio Markets is the counterparty to all your transactions. None of our products are listed on any stock exchange and none of our rights, benefits or obligations can be transferred to anyone else. Whilst Trio Markets is committed to providing you with best execution and acting reasonably and in accordance with their published terms and conditions, marginal FX and CFD trades opened in your account with Trio Markets must be closed with them, based on our prices and according to the terms you have agreed.
9. Segregated accounts
Benor Capital Ltd is required to hold client funds in segregated trust accounts in accordance with the Financial Services Act 2007 regulations, but this may not provide complete protection.
Although Benor Capital Ltd closely monitors the creditworthiness of their banks and selects them on the basis of their robustness and strength, this does not mean that they are risk-free. If you are depositing collateral as security with Benor Capital Ltd, you must satisfy yourself with Benor Capital Ltd as to how your collateral will be handled and what your collateral is.
10. Financial services clearing system
As an FSC regulated company, your transactions with Benor Capital Ltd are not covered by a client compensation scheme under Mauritian law.
You take the risk that your transactions and all related profits are or become subject to tax.
You are responsible for all taxes and stamp duties relating to your transactions. Trio Markets do not provide tax advice to clients.
12. Commission, spreads and other fees
You must obtain details of all commissions and other charges for which you will be liable, before trading with Benor Capital Ltd.
When fees are not expressed in monetary terms (such as the abid spread), you should get a clear explanation of what the fee is likely to mean in specific monetary terms.
When the commission is charged as a percentage (such as for futures contracts), it is normally a percentage of the total transaction.
Certain types of transactions you make may require the payment of a finance charge. Transactions in currencies other than your base currency may require you to convert those foreign currencies into your base currency.
The combination of overnight financing and foreign exchange fees can exceed
the profits you make on your trades or increase the losses you may incur on your trades.