Trailing Stop Loss (TSL) is an exciting new feature we have added in response to ongoing feedback from our valued trading community. A
A Take Profit order is an order to close a trade when the market moves a specified amount in favor of the position. Take Profit helps you to ensure the
A Stop Loss is a risk management tool, mandatory on every position to add protection to your investment. It is an adjustable order to close the trade when
Thank you for selecting eToro as you preferred trading platform. Kindly note that due to changes in regulation conflicting with the trading laws,
Please refer to the link below in order to see eToro's typical spreads: www.etoro.com/about-us/fees.aspx
What is a position ID? The position ID is a unique 8 or 9 digit number assigned to each trade for identification purposes. Where can I find
A ‘pip,’ or a ‘Percentage in Point,’ is a single unit of the measurement of the movement of one currency in relation to another.
Copy Stop Loss (CSL) is a feature that gives users the ability to effectively manage your trades by providing risk management across each copy
Beginning June 15th 2014 we have implemented a new Fees structure, switching from Over the Weekend Fees to the industry standard of Daily Rollover
Under eToro's Terms and Conditions policy (section 7.3 to be exact), scalping is considered a trading technique that is not allowed. In order to learn
The spread is the difference between the bid (sell) price, and the Ask (buy) price (it is the commission the broker charges on every position). For
CFD stands for Contract for Difference. CFDs are specialised and popular Over The Counter (OTC) financial products that allow traders to easily take broad
The risk score shows the risk the investor is taking, and is calculated using a special formula we have developed right here in eToro. The score is
The Equity represents the state of your account if you were to close all of your open positions. It includes the account balance + used margin +
Responsible trading means trading with Low to Medium leverage, and trading with only 20% or less than your account equity. In your Webtrader account you
eToro uses variable spreads because that is the way we are charged by the intermediary bank. With that in mind, the shift to variable spreads has
Margin is leverage expressed in percentage terms; for example if the leverage level is X400 margin will be 1/400=0.25%. Margin amount is the used margin
No, unfortunately not. As eToro does not make decisions on your behalf, we cannot provide such a service.
Yes. We will be limiting the leverage on variable spread instruments only as they are due to the higher risk level associated with them. We chose to do so,
Starting June 15th 2014, all Carry Over Weekend fees, as you know them, were cancelled and instead, we have introduced a new fees model – Overnight
eToro Currently does not offer Option trading. We do offer Forex, Commodities and Indices. For more information regarding our trading features, please
Rollover fees/credits change from time to time based on global market conditions. When this happens, we will implement the changes. We
We cannot advise you on how to trade and of course, cannot commit to a certain methodology that will promise the Stop Loss will never be hit.
eToro is an online financial trading platform and community unlike any other. Aside from our unbeatable trading conditions, it's our innovative
The idea behind a variable spread is that it cannot be fully predicted when you open a trade. For some instruments, the difference might be more
Forex is a common abbreviation of Foreign Exchange (also referred to as FX) and it is today the largest financial market in the world, with a turnover of
No. Variable spread are not related to Rollover Fees.
No, variable spreads are not time limited.
Variable spreads are not unique to eToro. Variable spreads are an industry-wide practice. Some brokers and banks use averages or typical spreads,