No, we cannot trade for you, but we provide trading tools and market reports that can help you make an educated trading decision.
When you trade with a regulated company, you know you have made a contract with a reliable and reputable broker. CAPEX.com works according to regulations and stringent rules created to protect customers' interests.
Dividends are the portion of corporate profits that are distributed to shareholders. The cut-off date for share ownership to qualify for a dividend is known as the ex-dividend date.
Suppose you have a CFD position open on the ex-dividend date.
Your account will be adjusted regarding the dividend or distribution attributable to the related instrument in the underlying market. If you hold a long position, you will receive the dividend as a positive adjustment to your account.
However, if you hold a short position, there will be a negative adjustment to your account for the dividend.
The use of Expert Advisors (Robots) is forbidden on our platforms. It represents an increased risk and should not be considered a substitute for carefully executed trading.
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You may close/open a position or place an order by telephone 24 hours a day.
Simply call up our Dealing Desk or our Customer Support Department.
You will be asked for some personal details before your request is to be executed, for security purposes.
It is only possible to close a position (trade) during the relevant instrument’s trading hours.
In addition, on some occasions, instruments are temporarily unavailable for trading. It happens when market events restrict price feeds, including, but not limited to: extreme volatility, illiquidity, underlying market suspensions, etc.
When you sign up with CAPEX.com, you know right from the start that your funds are held in segregated bank accounts destined for our clients.
On top of that, we added Retail Client Insurance covering up to $1,000,000 per customer for an extra layer of protection.
With Lloyds of London as our policy insurer, we'll pay what we owe if the company becomes insolvent. Still, you can't use the policy to recover any trading losses.