Forex trading is a leveraged transaction with high risk and may not be suitable for all investors. High leverage means high returns and high risks. Before deciding to invest in foreign exchange or other forms of financial investment, you must carefully consider your investment objectives, trading experience, and economic coverage. Leveraged trading has the potential to lose some or all of your initial deposits, so you should avoid investing in funds that cannot withstand losses. The client should have a clear understanding of the risks of the above-mentioned foreign exchange and futures exchanges. If in doubt, seek advice from a personal financial advisor.
Margin trading is a high-risk investment and is only applicable to individuals and institutional investors who are able to bear the risk of loss. Navigator Global Ltd. ("NAVI") can provide a forex trading account with a leverage ratio of 100:1. If you trade at the maximum leverage, even if the opened position experiences a price fluctuation of only 1%, it may cause the account to be completely short. Therefore, the loss of the transaction may be higher than the total assets of its account. In view of the possibility that foreign exchange transactions have full investment in deficits, only risky assets are suitable for investment in the foreign exchange market, so that even if losses occur, the financial resources of investors will not be significantly affected.
NAVI uses a margin call (ie, the customer’s account prepay ratio drops to 130%) policy to protect our customers from more assets loss. When the customer's account equity is less than the margin required for the position (ie, the customer's account prepayment percentage drops to 110%), the system will be All positions are forced to close, closing all positions held by the account. The recovery of the deposit is real-time and automatic, and the implementation of the liquidation will prevent the market from affecting the position and further losses. This will reduce your chances of losing more than your initial investment.
NAVI Efforts to reduce the settlement risk of customers using the direct market entry model. Any and all orders placed through include, but are not limited to, limit orders, stop orders, trailing stop orders, and pair orders, which will be directly linked to NAVI's home bank in the form of a Market Order. To enter the above STP system. The home bank provides liquidity to the market by holding sufficient stock of various currencies. NAVI is not responsible for any discrepancies or results arising from market orders executed by each of the banks.
Customer default "stop price" or "limit price" is the trigger price. When the market price reaches or exceeds the preset price, it will trigger the action of entering the market directly with the Market Order STP. NAVI is wrong. Any relevant discrepancies or results arising from market orders executed by each of the bank banks are responsible.
Customers through NAVI Limit orders at specific prices may be affected by market fluctuations and other factors including but not limited to: economic events, news events, political events, raw material market events, and research report releases. , causing its final trade execution to deviate downward from its set price.
Therefore, although limit orders usually help customers to control potential losses, when the market moves in an unfavorable direction, please note that limit orders may not be able to control losses as expected. When the market experiences severe fluctuations, the pending order may not be executed. As a result, all positions are risky, and portfolio strategies that use a variety of positions, including “spread” and “straddle” positions, may have the same risk as “long” or “short” positions. NAVI is not responsible for the price deviation and results between the execution price of any limit order and the customer's default price.
In addition, there are risks associated with trading through online trading systems, including: hardware failures, software failures, and network connectivity issues. Because NAVI The company cannot control the strength of signals, reception, network path, equipment configuration or reliability of network connection, etc., therefore, our company does not assume responsibility for communication failures, mistransmissions or delays caused by online transactions, NAVI In particular, it is stated that in the course of the transaction, if the network connection or the network speed problem cannot be used for platform login or other operations, NAVI is not responsible for the transaction loss caused by the customer due to its own network problems. However, NAVI uses a backup system and emergency response plan to minimize the possibility of system failure.
If required, NAVI can provide customer information to individuals and institutions assessing NAVI industry standards, including NAVI's attorneys, accountants and auditors providing customer information.
In addition, the company may disclose customer information, including personal data, in bankruptcy, mergers, sales, and acquisitions.