Nash Markets: About Trading 9

Be Fraud-Aware 
Keep your guard up and stay fraud-aware with Nash Markets! Learn crucial insights to identify and prevent scams, ensuring a secure and trustworthy trading environment.
Modified on: Wed, 29 Nov, 2023 at 03:09 PM
Does Nash Markets Have Islamic Accounts?
This account type is not yet available with Nash Markets.    We will be adding them in the future. Check back at a later stage for progress on this account type.
Modified on: Wed, 29 Nov, 2023 at 03:12 PM
How can I Report a Problem with a Trade on Nash Markets?
Trade problems should be reported by opening a ticket.    In that ticket, please include your Trader Account number and the Trade ID of the problem trade.  Trade ID’s can be found here:      Once we have this information, our Support Specialists will escalate your issue to our Trade Specialists.  
Modified on: Thu, 30 Nov, 2023 at 02:46 PM
What are the Leverage Options on Nash Markets?
Nash Markets provides leverage options up to 1:500. For more information, please access this link.
Modified on: Wed, 29 Nov, 2023 at 03:12 PM
Internal Transfers (Transferring Funds Between Accounts)
We provide three different types of transfers which are actioned on your Nash Markets account. For assistance with either type of transfer, click here!
Modified on: Wed, 29 Nov, 2023 at 03:11 PM
Pairs/Instruments and their Lot Sizes
  Please find the lot sizes below for all of the available pairs we offer: 100,000   Forex Majors/Exotics/Crosses: 100,000 1,000   Futures: 100   Stocks: 100   EU Shares: 100   US Shares: 100   Crypto Currencies:   BTCUSD: 1     BITUSD: 1 DASHUSD: 10    EOSUSD: 10    ETHUSD: 10     LTCUSD: 10    NEOUSD: 10 […]
Modified on: Thu, 30 Nov, 2023 at 02:51 PM
Why was my Order Stopped (Closed) on Nash Markets, Even if the Price on the Chart Didn’t Reach my Stop Loss?
  Closing of Buy orders are triggered by the Bid price so you will see the chart line hitting the SL (Stop Loss).    On the other hand, the closing of Sell orders are triggered by the Ask price, which is not visible by default.    This is why stop losses of Sell orders may occur on […]
Modified on: Wed, 29 Nov, 2023 at 03:11 PM
Understanding Swap Short and Swap Long
  Swap is the term used to show the interest that is received or paid for keeping a trade open overnight.    Swap rates come from the interest rates of the central banks of the two currencies that you are trading with.     Swap short is when a short position (Sell) is kept open overnight.    Swap Long is when […]
Modified on: Tue, 26 Dec, 2023 at 09:19 AM
Viewing my Trade History
Would you like to view your Trading History on Nash Markets? Here is a quick guide on how to do this!
Modified on: Mon, 25 Mar, 2024 at 02:48 PM

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