Capital Com SV Investment Co., Ltd. guarantees that the business model is open and transparent, and any user instructions and transaction fee information will be announced on the platform and notified in advance.
Service coverage countries/regions
Capital.com develops services for the following countries/regions (including member states and non-member states of the European Economic Area):
Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Kuwait, Kyrgyz Republic, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Thailand, Netherlands, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates Emirates, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan.
Leveraged trading on Capital.com
The Capital.com trading platform provides customers with leveraged trading services, that is, the use of small funds for large transactions, also known as margin investment.
For more information, please read Margin and Leverage.
If you top up your Capital.com account with USD 1,000, the leverage ratio is 50:1, which means that you can trade up to USD 50,000. According to relevant requirements (such as margin requirements), your account balance must always be maintained at one-fifth (2%) or more of the total investment value.
Please note that margin trading can increase potential gains as well as potential capital losses. Capital.com provides users with effective risk management and negative balance protection functions.
Negative balance protection
The negative balance protection function is the highlight of Capital.com, which aims to protect the customer’s investment loss from exceeding the amount stored in the account.
Spread refers to the difference between the buying price and selling price of a specific contract for difference (CFD). Capital.com users will pay the price difference equivalent to the difference when opening and closing positions.
Visit the course to learn more about spreads.
If Apple CFD is quoted at $141.50/$141.70, the spread is 20 cents. If the spread does not change when the position is closed, you will pay 20 cents for each trading share.
Capital.com users need to complete account recharge before trading. When a customer uses a small amount of funds to conduct a large transaction through the leveraged transaction service, a recharge fee will be incurred. Capital.com only charges recharge fees for transactions held overnight. This fee is called “overnight premium” or “overnight fee.”
In other words, there will be no overnight fee for transactions that are completed on the same day for opening and closing positions.
The overnight fee is based on the monthly inter-bank benchmark interest rate.
Please refer to the trading tool details column for the overnight fee standard and charging time.
You can view the overnight fee details of each trading tool on the tools page.