Contracts for difference (CFD) are leveraged products and involve a high level of risk, which could lead to the total loss of the capital invested. You should not risk more than you are willing to lose and, before deciding to trade, make sure you have understood the risks involved, take into account your level of experience and, if necessary, seek independent assistance. We do not provide investment advice in any case.

You agree to use our site/s at your own risk. This risk disclosure notice must be read together with our Terms and Conditions and it should be noted that it is impossible for this disclosure to contain all risks and aspects related to transactions with difference contracts (CFD). Therefore, you should make sure you take a well-founded decision, but at a minimum, you should consider the following:

Notwithstanding the foregoing, the financial services that this site contains are only suitable for operators who may assume the risk of losing all the money they invest, who understand the risks that this implies and who have experience in assuming the risks involved in the acquisition of financial contracts and in transactions done with them. The maximum loss that can be incurred by any operator is the sum of money that has been paid to the company, including commission fees (if applicable for the type of account) of all transactions.

The prices of international currencies are highly volatile and very difficult to predict. Due to this volatility, and in addition to the spread that our liquidity providers add to all calculations and quotations, no financial contract acquired or any other service offered on our site/s can be considered as a secure transaction.

Our liquidity providers offer us the calculation of the price to be paid (or the benefit to be received) for the financial contracts that are traded on our sites at the time of purchase or sale of a financial contract, based on the availability of information from the market and in a complex arithmetic calculation derived from the best estimates of market prices, the expected level of interest rates, implicit volatilities and other market conditions. The value of your financial contracts can increase or decrease depending on market conditions and can be extended due to the use of leverage, which means that a relatively small movement of the market can lead to a proportionally much larger movement in the value of your position.