FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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GENERAL FAQ

Questions regarding trading, courses and about Diversit-e Smart Trade College in general

TRADING ACCOUNT FAQ

Questions regarding your trading account, the setup thereof and how it works

FOREX TRADING FAQ

Frequently asked questions about the Forex Market and Forex Trading

GENERAL FAQ

Questions regarding trading, courses and about Diversit-e Smart Trade College in general

You can contact our support team or the Trading Specialist.

Yes, sure thing! Our dedicated Support Team and a FSCA regulated Trading Expert are available to help you make very intelligent decisions when it comes to any safety net (Stop Loss Lines & Take Profit Lines).

No. Learning is also done online with telephonic- and webinar support and coaching.

Yes, we do offer Crypto Currencies Trading. Included is our online video course which can add value to your crypto trading experience. You can also trade crypto CFDs which offers you the opportunity to start small.

The JSE is open weekdays from 9AM to 5PM.

You may start funding your trading account with as little as $10 until you have reached $250 which is the minimum amount to start executing live trades. Start small, build in time, end big!

We’ve designed this business for your trading pleasure. Real profits create real pleasure!

We also didn’t know that it will work until our existing Clients proofed us wrong. Their social media reviews are evident of the effectiveness of our coaching and mentoring.

Our aim is to help you help yourself make it back soonest, however is this dependant on how much time, effort and personal dedication you commit to and what your objectives are

Just to name a few: Gold (XAUUSG), Silver (XAGUSD), Palladium (PALLAD) & Platinum (PLAT).

We’ve been in a very pleasurable position to be changing people’s lives for the past 4-years as a South-African registered company and our preferred FSCA regulated Broker been adding valued to our Clients’ lives since 2012.

Our offices are open workdays 07H50 until 16H30, and also offers a 24/5 Support- & Coaching service.

No. Our clients aren’t interested in doing accredited courses. Our clients’ reason for signing up is to earn more and show more profits safely in their bank accounts.

Pursuing a career as a registered and regulated Trader or Broker, you need a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, International Business and International trade. Many Broker firms offer in-house training programs or internships to aspiring Traders, which offers opportunities to gain the experience to obtain professional Trader’s licenses from the applicable authotristies.

What excuses do you permit to postpone enjoying the befits of this opportunity? Given all that is included, is this special offer more valuable than the initial investment itself. How long do you want to wait before earning extra income?

What was the risk when you left your home today or got into your car? We all heard the saying “a risk free investment is a return free investment”, right? Our Coaches and the Trading Specialists will guide you on how to minimize your risk to 10% and ensure optimal returns.

You made time available to read through all this, therefor do we believe that People make time for the things they value. Obviously the more time you commit to the better your chances to earn more. The minimum quality time recommended is 30-minutes each trading day. Should time still be an issue do we proudly offer the CopyKat Trader where your portfolio automatically trades on your behalf.

LThe price of one point is calculated using the following formulas:

  • Orders with USD as a base currency in a pair (i.e. USD/JPY). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the order volume with the minimal change in the exchange rate (0.0001) and dividing it by the current quotation of the currency pair.

Formula: Order Volume × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate / Current Quotation

Example: You have an order for 2 lots, USD/JPY is 105.810. The price of a single point is 0.00000189 USD.

  • Orders with USD as a non-base currency in a pair (i.e. EUR/USD). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the order volume with minimal change in the exchange rate (0.0001).

Formula: Order Volume × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate

Example: You have an order for 2 lot. The price of a single point is 0.0002 USD.

  • Cross-pair orders (i.e. EUR/JPY). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the order volume with the minimal change in the exchange rate (0.0001), then by the current quotation of the base pair to USD and divided by the current quotation of the currency pair during the opening of the position.

Formula: Order Volume × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate × Base Currency Exchange Rate to USD / Current Quotation

Example: You have an order for 2 lots, the EUR/USD is 1.12000, and EUR/JPY is 118.700. The price of a single point is 0.000001887 USD.

  • Spot metals (i.e. XAU/USD). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the order volume with minimal change in the exchange rate (0.0001).

Formula: Order volume × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate

Example: You have an order for 2 lot. The price of a single point is 0.0002 USD.

  • Bitcoin (i.e. BTC/USD). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the order volume with the minimal change in the exchange rate (0.00001) and multiplying by the current quotation.

Formula: Order Volume × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate / Current Quotation

Example: You have an order for 2 BTC and the quotation for BTC/USD is 11,753.41 USD. The price of a single point would be 2 USD × 0.00001 / 11,753.41 = 0.000000002 USD.

  • Crypto-cross (i.e. ETH/LTC). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the order volume with the minimal change in the exchange rate (0.00001) and dividing it twice: by the current quotation of the base pair to USD and by the current quotation of the currency pair during the opening of the position.

Formula: Order Volume × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate × Base Currency Exchange Rate to USD / Current Quotation

Example: You have an order for 0.1 lot of ETH/LTC, ETH/LTC is 2.47229 and ETH/USD is 226.57780. The price of a single point would be 0.1 × 0.00001 × 226.57780 / 2.47229 = 0.000091647 USD.

  • CFD (i.e. DE30). The price of one point is calculated by multiplying the contract volume with minimal change in the exchange rate (0.00001). The contract size is 10 contracts multiplied by your order size.

Formula: Contract Size × Minimal Change in the Exchange Rate

Example: You have an order for 2 lots. The price of a single point would be 2 × 10 × 0.00001 = 0.0002 EUR.

NOTE:

The minimal change in the exchange rate can be different, depending on your account type and the chosen trading instrument. You can see the values for all account types at Contract Specifications page, as “Tick size”.

Different indices are calculated with different margin currencies. You can see the currencies for all indices using the Contract Specifications feature of MetaTrader 4. To do so, click with the right mouse button at the trading instrument in Market Overview and select Contract Specifications.

 

DISCLAIMER & NOTICE: The answers are for educational purposes only and not financial- and or investment advice. Trading can be very risky. Never trade with money you cannot afford to lose. Always seek the advice of our preferred regulated FSCA Broker and or a regulated FSCA Financial Advisor.

YOUR TRADING ACCOUNT FAQ

Questions regarding your trading account, the setup thereof and how it works

Trading can start immediately as soon as the required FICA documents are received and the live account is approved and funded.

You can trade as often as you like or prefer. There is no minimum or maximum.

As often as you like, there is no time limit.

No. Other markets are also available. Other markets include CFD’s, Equities, Forex and World Markets.

As long as all required FICA documentation is submitted, you can expect funds to reflect in normal banking hours. Usually this will be within 48-hours.

Yes. You can get a full report yourself on the live trading platform.

DISCLAIMER & NOTICE: The answers are for educational purposes only and not financial- and or investment advice. Trading can be very risky. Never trade with money you cannot afford to lose. Always seek the advice of our preferred regulated FSCA Broker and or a regulated FSCA Financial Advisor.

FOREX TRADING FAQ

Frequently asked questions about the Forex Market and Forex Trading

A currency pair consists of a base currency and a quote currency (or counter currency). It’s a way to display and price one currency against another. Currency pairs are conventionally shown as two abbreviated currency names, separated by a slash. For example, with the “EUR/USD” currency pair, the euro (EUR) is the base currency and U.S. dollar (USD) is the quote currency.

A “PIP” (percentage in points) is the term used in the Forex market to represent the smallest incremental move an exchange rate can make. For example, if an exchange rate was previously 1.2510 and increased by one pip, the exchange rate will be 1.2511.

The spread is the difference between the bid and the ask price. The bid is the price in the market that a Buyer will pay, and the ask is the price a Seller is willing to accept. For example, the USD/JPY bid/ask spread is 110.00 / 110.02. Currency pairs that are less actively traded have wider spreads.

Margin is money you need to have in your broker account to secure your open position. Different brokers require different amount of margin money to keep your positions open.

Of course! Trading always works. Although it’s up to you to make it work. If you want it to work, it will!

All trading must be executed with extreme caution. Never trade with money you cannot afford to lose. It is possible to potentially double your balance. Ask our Support- & Coaching Team or our preferred regulated Forex Trading Specialist how.

Long position is a “buy” position, meaning that this position will be in profit if the price goes up. Short position is a “sell” position, meaning that this position will be in profit if the price goes down.

DISCLAIMER & NOTICE: The answers are for educational purposes only and not financial- and or investment advice. Trading can be very risky. Never trade with money you cannot afford to lose. Always seek the advice of our preferred regulated FSCA Broker and or a regulated FSCA Financial Advisor.

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