Liquidity Connector” and “X Leverage” account. Trading conditions maybe different for each account type.
You can open a trading account at Tradeview with an initial deposit of 100 USD.
100 USD is the required minimal deposit amount by Tradeview though, there is no maximum limitation so you can deposit as much as you want.
You can also open several trading accounts in order to manage risk exposures too.
In this case, you may transfer funds internally between several trading accounts registered under your name.
To open additional accounts or manage funds with multiple accounts, please visit Tradeview Official Website and login to the client portal.
How to make deposit to Tradeview’s accounts
There are several deposit methods available with Tradeview such as Bank wire transfer, Neteller, Skrill, Credit/Debit card etc.
All of them are extra commissions free from the broker, as Tradeview does not charge you any for managing your own funds.
Although the broker does not charge you anything, your payment providers might charge you directly to the transferred funds.
You may contact your payment providers(Banks, Paysafecards etc) to find out the details of the commissions, otherwise you will be surprised to see lesser amount credited in your trading account afterwards.
Also before start making a deposit to your trading account, please make sure that you have already submitted required documents to validate your accounts.
If Tradeview’s compliance department finds that you are not qualified to trade with the broker, your trading results can be all nullified by their decision.
If you have already validated your account with documents, then you would have any troubles to deposit/withdraw your funds and profits.
You can follow the deposit process from the Official Website.
NBP (Negative Balance Protection) is supported
Tradeview supports NBP (Negative Balance Protection) which literally protects its traders from exceeded losses.
NBP gets triggered when an account balance goes under zero (thus negative), Traderview’s system automatically fixes the account balance to zero so its traders do not need to cover the exceeded losses and can start again from zero balance.
Tradeview offers up to 1:400 leverage for ‘X Leverage account type’ which can be high risk, and you are always recommended to have enough funds to maintain your trades in order to avoid ‘Stop Out’ though, Tradeview’s NBP is one thing to support traders against these risks.