Fast Market Policy

Trading financial instruments on margin is subject to extreme price volatility. Fast market conditions may be caused by various factors, including but not limited to news releases, unexpected event and order imbalances. During extreme price volatility in fast markets, financial instruments’ prices may gap and spreads may widen. A price gap may occurs when the price of an instruments either jumps or plummets from its last bid/ask quote to a new quote, without ever trading at prices in between.

Our policy during fast market conditions is to set a greater spread than the typical normal spread. This has been the standard industry practice and the decision to widen the spread will be based on prevailing market liquidity and volatility.

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