Leverage in ECN accounts

Leverage in ECN accounts

The leverage of 1:1000 is available on TickTrader accounts only and for FXOpen INT clients only.
There are no leverages between 1:500 and 1:1000.
Conditions are the same as for the 1:500 leverage (for accounts under $25,000).

Leverage available for clients of FXOpen Markets Ltd (INT) for ECN accounts:
  • 1:1 1:500 for accounts up to $25,000;
  • 1:1 1:200 for accounts from $25,000 up to $100,000;
  • 1:1 1:100 for accounts from $100,000 up to $1,000,000;
  • negotiable over $1,000,000.

To change your leverage, e-mail support@fxopen.com (for FXOpen Markets) with your FXOpen account number (login) and ask to change the leverage to the level of your choice.

FXOpen AU, FXOpen UK, and FXOpen EU offer their clients the leverage of 1:30. The leverage up to 1:500 becomes available for the professional traders.
Learn more how to become a FXOpen AU Pro FXOpen UK Pro, or FXOpen EU Pro trader.

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