|What are the trading hours of your platform?
The market trading hours are from 21:00 GMT till Friday 21:00 GMT during the Day Light saving times. During winter time trading hours are from Sunday 22:00 GMT till Friday 22:00 GMT. However, some of instruments are available only during specific hours. Please check the trading hours on the contract specifications pages under the Trading section on our website.
|Why is the platform closed during the weekend?
The ProbusFX platform is closed over the weekend as all underlying financial instrument markets are closed.
|How do I start trading?
If you have already registered and opened an account, received your login details by email, provided your documentation and have a verified account the next step is to make a deposit and download the trading platform.
|What do I need to start trading?
You will need a computer or a mobile device with a high-speed internet connection and a funded trading account.
|Which assets can I trade at ProbusFX?
You may find more information regarding our instruments on our website under the Trading section.
|Where can I find the trading hours of a specific instrument?
You may find more information regarding our instrument trading hours on our website under the Trading section.
|What are your Margin Requirements?
Margin Requirements vary depending on the instrument. For more information please refer to the contract specifications page, where you can see the requirements of all instruments that ProbusFX offers.
|Does ProbusFX use margin calls?
Yes, you will be notified by email when your equity reaches the 50% of your used margin.
|What happens to my positions at the end of the trading day?
Pairs can be traded for as long as three months, while indices expire in accordance with the date specified in the underlying contract. To learn more, please visit our Trading section.
|What happens to my positions during the weekends?
When the market is closed, your open positions are frozen. However, when the market re-opens, your positions may open at a different rate than the previous week’s closing rate.