You can start your Forex trading only from $5 with FBS’s Micro account.
- FBS Micro account is back with 1:3000 leverage
- Standard account also offers Forex Leverage 1:3000
- Comparison of 3 Account Types with the Highest FX leverage
- Loss is limited to the total account balance
- High Leverage is only for Forex currency pairs
- How to open FBS FX account and start trading?
- Be the master of the trade set-up with FBS
FBS Micro account is back with 1:3000 leverage
FBS Micro Account with Leverage 1:3000 is available again.
By popular demand, the MICRO account type is available on FBS’s website again.
This is a great news for those who want to get experience and master their strategy in a safe and comfortable way.
Deposits on the MICRO account start from $5, which makes it the lowest barrier to entry for investors.
A very special option of this account is fixed spread (from 3 pips) – it helps you invest in the safest way.
Check out FBS MICRO account, trade with the leverage of 1:3000, and turn your investments into something bigger.
To find out how to open an account with FBS and get the bonuses, visit the page here.
Standard account also offers Forex Leverage 1:3000
Along with the Micro account, FBS’s Standard account type also offers 1:3000 high leverage.
Unlike the Micro account type, FBS’s Standard account offers floating spread from 0.5 pips.
There is no extra trading commission thus you can minimize the spread cost in FBS’s standard account.
The required minimum deposit amount is only $100 for the standard account type.
Comparison of 3 Account Types with the Highest FX leverage
FBS offers various account types and each account type has different trading conditions including the leverage.
The available account types of FBS are Cent, Micro, Standard, Zero Spread and ECN.
The account types with the highest leverage 1:3000 are only Micro, Standard and Zero Spread accounts.
Refer to the table below for the comparison of these 3 account types.
|Account Types||Micro||Standard||Zero Spread|
|Required Minimum Deposit||5 USD||100 USD||500 USD|
|Minimum Forex Spread||3.0 pips||0.5 pips||0.0 pis|
|Trading Commission||None||None||$20 per lot|
Can’t decide which one to use yet? Open multiple accounts to try all of them.
Loss is limited to the total account balance
FBS supports NBP (Negative Balance Protection) for all account types.
NBP is triggered when an account balance goes minus (below zero), and it will fix the account balance to zero.
With NBP you can start your Forex trading again from zero, but you do not need to cover the exceeded losses in your accounts.
With FBS’s NBP, the maximum loss of your Forex trading is always limited to the total account balance.
Now it is important that you do not deposit more than you can afford to lose, no matter how confident you are to make profits.
High Leverage is only for Forex currency pairs
On FBS’s trading accounts, you can invest in various financial markets including Forex pairs, commodities, metals and stock indices.
The highest leverage 1:3000 can only be applied to Forex trading.
For other markets, different leverage will be applied no matter how high the leverage you have set for the accounts.
If you are looking to invest in CFDs of commodities, metals and stock indices, make sure to read the product specification in FBS Official Website.
Limited Leverage for accounts with higher balances
When trading leveraged products, it’s important that the correct choice of leverage is considered to properly control margin and the risk elements involved in trading.
Leverage multiplies the equity of an account in order to trade larger volumes within the market.
By multiplying equity, traders have the ability to increase profitability, but at the same time the risk associated to trading is also increased.
For example, an account with a balance of $1,000 and leverage set to 1:500; allows the trader to enter the market to the value of $500,000.
Without proper risk management, the use of high leverage can lead to the equal ratio of losses as well as gains.
|Account Balance||Available Maximum Leverage|
Margin Calls and Stop Out % on FBS MT4 and MT5
In order to protect the balances of FBS clients from reaching a negative status, the FBS MT4 and MT5 platforms will issue a margin call when the accounts equity reaches 40%.
When the account reaches the level of 20% equity, the system will automatically proceed to close orders, prioritising the least profitable first until a point where 20% or more equity is available taking into consideration all open orders.
It is important to note that during times of high volatility, usually, but not limited to times of economical data and news announcements the markets can behave erratically where large spikes in the markets can occur.
During this volatility, clients may experience order filling at “the next available price” this process is consistent with true STP and DMA brokers.
How to open FBS FX account and start trading?
To open an account with FBS and start trading Forex, please follow the steps below.
The account opening process may only take a few minutes to complete.
- Signup for FBS and open an account
- Receive emails from FBS containing login credentials to the portal and trading accounts
- Login to FBS Official Website
- Make a deposit to your accounts with any preferable method
- Download FBS MT4 or MT5 platform
- Login to FBS MT4 or MT5 and start trading
Be the master of the trade set-up with FBS
The art of being a master of one’s trading life is to limit the number of trade setups and understand and know them in their entirety.
Many successful traders have just one trade set-up that they use consistently every day.
It is through the application of this trade set-up that these traders profit on a consistent basis and are rewarded with financial freedom.
The proverb “Jack of all trades but master of none” is very precise as it could describe a trader who knows every set-up imaginable but fails to fulfill their trading potential due to the confusion that too many options brings.
Dreams may come true with FBS.
Signup today and find out more about FBS’s trading service conditions.