What is Gap Level? Which Accounts and Instrument Groups is Gap Level Regulation applied to Exness?
Gap Level Regulation is used to limit slippage for pending orders and is applied when the price of your pending order falls inside a price gap due to volatility or other factors. Gap Level Regulation applies to the following account types: Standard Cent, Standard, Pro, Standard Plus, Raw Spread, and Zero accounts.
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What is Features of Standard Accounts in Exness? How to choose the right Account (beginners)
Standard Cent account Who is the Standard Cent account best suited for? The Standard Cent account is an account type suited to newbie traders as it allows them to trade sm...
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How to Calculate Profit and Loss Account on Exness
Calculating profit and loss may seem complicated and tedious. Don’t worry, we have got you covered! In this article we are going to show you the simplest way to carry out these ...
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) of Exness Trading Terminals
How do I solve glitchy code or text appearing in MT4 when changing language? Metatrader 4 doesn’t fully support the standard encoding system, Unicode, and so in some cases wher...
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) of Payment Systems on Exness Part 2
How do I verify my payment method? For Bitcoin and transactions using a bank card, you will need to provide both Proof of Identity (POI) and Proof of Residence (POR), but for alm...
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) of Exness Personal Area Part 2
What is the difference between a Exness Real and Demo account? The major difference is that with Real accounts you will trade with real funds, while Demo accounts use virtual m...
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What is the Difference between each Exness Account Types?
What is the difference between the Standard and Standard Cent account types? Standard and Standard Cent accounts are both classified as Standard account types but do come with ...
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