Manage your risk with our simple yet powerful trading tools
Set a stop-loss to close your position automatically if the market moves against you. There’s no trigger charge, but no guarantee of protection against slippage – so your position could be closed out at a worse level if the market gaps.
Attach a guaranteed stop to your position, and it’ll always be closed out at exactly the price you specified. What’s more, you’ll only pay for your stop if it’s triggered. If this happens, our guaranteed stop premiums still offer the best value in the market.
Place a trailing stop when you open your trade and it will move with your profit. If the market turns, your position will close out at your trailing stop’s new level. So you can lock in profits without the need to monitor your position and adjust your stop.
Set a limit order in line with your profit target, and we’ll close your position for you when the price hits.
Set price alerts, and we’ll notify you by text or email when a market reaches your specified price.
Keep an eye on the always-visible balance snapshot in our platform.
You needn’t risk more than you can afford when trading. Our limited-risk accounts can help protect you, ensuring that all your positions either have a guaranteed stop, or are on inherently limited-risk markets.
We decide your account type based on the information you give us when you open an account. You’ll have the option to switch to a limited-risk account once your account’s open.
To help protect you from negative equity, we’ll sometimes close your positions if your account equity (cash balance +/- running profit/loss) doesn’t cover your margin requirement. This is known as being on margin call. However, we can’t always apply this protection and you shouldn’t rely on us doing so. It’s sensible to maintain adequate funds in your trading account to avoid potentially being closed out.
This notice provides you with information about the risks associated with investment products, which you may invest in through services provided to you by Gotel Trading.
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Build your confidence while you get used to trading with us, by dealing with reduced minimum deal sizes for a limited time when you open an account.
We offer reduced minimums on CFD trades.
You can change from a standard CFD account to a limited risk account. Simply log in to Gotel Trading and click on the ‘settings’ tab. Choose ‘account type’ from the list on the left of the page, and follow the instructions to convert to a limited risk account.
A limited risk account ensures that all the positions you open will not allow you to lose more than the initial deposit required to open the trade. It will ensure that all your positions either have a guaranteed stop, or are on inherently limited-risk markets such as digital 100s. You will not be able to use other types of stops, like trailing stops.
A high-risk investment is an opportunity to profit which, due to an asset’s inherent volatility, has an increased risk of losing money. Sometimes, high-risk investments have a greater potential profit when compared to more conventional investments, but this is paired with an equally increased risk of loss.
However, while some investments can be considered riskier than others, it is important to remember that all trading and investing involves risk. As a result, you should ensure that you are comfortable with your exposure, and that you understand the risks presented to you during your time on the markets.
High-risk, high-return means that an opportunity has an increased degree of risk, but this comes with an increased potential return. High-risk, high-return is sometimes referred to as the risk-return trade-off, and it is a theory which states that the potential return of an investment is greater when there is an attached increased risk for that particular investment.
Investing and trading are two different ways to get exposure to the financial markets. With investing, you are buying an asset such as a stock outright; with trading, you are using financial products such as CFDs to speculate on the price of the underlying asset without taking ownership of it.
If you’d prefer to trade on the price of an asset such as stocks, commodities or forex without having to own the underlying, you can do so by trading CFDs. These are financial derivatives which enable you to speculate on the price of an asset rising (known as going long) or falling (known as going short).
* Based on revenue excluding FX (published half yearly financial statements, June 2019). While leverage magnifies profits, it will also magnify losses. Guaranteed stops incur a small premium if triggered.
Remember that CFDs are a leveraged product and can result in the loss of your entire capital. Trading CFDs may not be suitable for you. Please ensure you fully understand the risks involved.
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