Creative Capital Markets offers one of the most competitive FX trading environments in the world. Access the world’s largest and most liquid market with spreads starting from 0 pips
Trade forex with the leading broker on the most appreciated trading platform which is fine tuned by us. Creative Capital Forex is a global provider of online trading services. At Creative Capital Forex we ensure that our clients enjoy a one-to-one relationship focused on maximizing trading capabilities for successful investment. With our fixed spreads, standard leverage, low margin and dedicated customer support we are recognized for our integrity and credibility.
- 24/5 availability
- 75+ currency pairs
- Minimum trade size of 0.01 lots
- Leverage up to 1:500
- Start with as little as $100 USD
Creative Capital Forex offers an all-in variable spread, ensuring that our clients are always trading on the tightest possible spread at any given time. The below chart summarizes the key points of the major FX pairs, but please always refer to your MT5 platform for the most updated information.
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Rollover takes place at 5pm New York (EST) every day. Any positions that are open at 5pm are considered to be held overnight, and are subject to rollover. A position opened at 5:01 pm is not subject to rollover until the next day, while a position opened at 4:59 pm is subject to rollover at 5 pm. Rollover rates are updated according to the prevailing interest rates, and can be viewed in the MT5 platform.
Traditionally FX trading is available from Sunday 5pm EST to Friday 5pm EST. Due to volatility during market open and close, spreads can widen significantly. In order to limit the widening of spreads, Creative Capital Forex Markets opens 2 minutes past 5pm EST on Sunday and closes 3 minutes before 5pm EST on Friday.
Margin Call and Stop Out Levels
Margin call will be issued at 100% margin level. When in margin call, clients will not be able to open new positions.
At 50% margin level, automatic liquidation (stop-out) of positions will occur to protect the remaining equity on the account. In the case where multiple positions are open, stop outs will first occur on the position with the highest drawdown.