Here is some information on the risks involved in trading, based on information found on our website analysta.net. ( “Site”):
Risks in trading
Trading foreign exchange, CFDs, derivatives and other leveraged investment products can be a high risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The nature of leveraged products is that any market movement will have a proportional effect on your deposited capital. That can work for or against you. It is possible that you will incur a total loss of paid-in capital and need to deposit new funds to hold your positions. If you do not meet the margin requirements, your position may be liquidated and you will be held responsible for any resulting losses. The so-called short-selling may result in losses beyond your initial deposit, as you may need to buy a stock at a very high price to liquidate that position. YOU CAN FAST LOY ALL OF YOUR DEPOSITED MEDIUM, AND YOU CAN EVEN LOSE MORE THAN YOUR ORIGINAL INITIAL. Penny-stock investors often can not sell stocks back to the traders who sold them to them. Therefore, you should not speculate with capital whose loss you can not afford. In particular, you should not fund your trading account with money derived from your retirement, student loans, mortgages, emergency reserves, reserves intended for education or real estate, or funds needed for your livelihood.
Trading requires good knowledge of the financial markets, trading techniques and strategies. You should understand that when trading, you are competing with market professionals, licensed traders and trading company employees. In addition to the normal market risks, losses can result from system failure. Trading can also lead to the payment of large commissions. The total amount of commissions you pay for trading can significantly affect your losses or reduce your profits.
Before you decide to trade, you should carefully consider your goals, financial resources, claims, experience, and other circumstances. We recommend that you seek the advice of an independent financial adviser before engaging in real trading.
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