Keeping a low-risk score might prove challenging if you are into high-risk trading — meaning using leverage like x5 to x50 or using more than 50% of your portfolio size. However, it is important as it will measure how you manage your risk that will in turn tell you how are you performing in your trading journey.
Check out our blog post about it: https://tmeph.com/how-to-keep-a-low-risk-score/
For new accounts, the minimum investment is 200 USD.
Read here for more info: https://tmeph.com/how-much-is-the-minimum-investment/
eToro offers the Spot CFD contract, which is based on the Futures contracts of the underlying commodity, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Light Sweet Crude Oil.
The price of the Spot CFD is derived from the two upcoming Futures contracts.
WTI Future contract Price: https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/future/crude%20oil%20-%20electronic
This could change, so please always check eToro’s help pages.
It’s easy! First, we recommend you use a computer to do this. You get a complete and wider view of your portfolio.
- When you login and you are on your Portfolio page, look for the “cookie” icon located on the upper right-hand side of your screen.
- It will then open the “Customize Columns” window and you can easily select re-arrange your columns! Simply drag and drop to rearrange the column order, or click on the arrows to select a replacement from a list of potential alternatives.
Funding your eToro account is simple! Simply choose your payment method from clicking the “Deposit Funds” button from your eToro account and follow the process.
For Filipinos, eToro has partnered with Local major banks to makes the process faster and easier too! Simply choose the “Local Online Banking” method and it will route you to a page where you can choose your bank. More banks were added every time I deposit. They also partnered with Dragon Pay to expedite the depositing turnaround time, which was challenging until the “Local Online Banking” option.
For more clarifications and information about depositing in your eToro account, please refer to eToro’s page below.
You simply login to your account and click the “Withdraw Funds” button and follow the steps from that page. We don’t want to mislead you by posting step-by-step guides here that could potentially be outdated the time you read this post. So it’s better to go through the Withdrawal process directly from eToro’s website.
For more info about withdrawals, please visit eToro’s FAQ page all about it:
We discussed the basics of asset classes in this blog post.
You can google the term online and learn from other articles about it or you can read what we summarized based on what we know and learn about the BAD situations you will find yourself in if you continue on looking for someone to spoon-feed you.
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Like other investments in financial markets, risks are always there.
Read here for more info: https://tmeph.com/is-trading-and-investing-cfd-risky/