Trading in financial products (e.g. shares, options, warrants, certificates or binary options) involves a high level of risk and is therefore not suitable for safety-conscious investors and for retirement provision.

In particular, trading with leverage is associated with a high level of risk. The high leverage effect can work for you, but also against you. Understand that you always act on your own responsibility, even if you use e.g. copy trading or trading signals, the decision is always your responsibility.

Always consider your goals when investing or speculating in financial products and check them against your risk tolerance, expertise and experience in the field before you start trading online.

A high (potential) profit is always accompanied by a high risk. All tools and data presented here as well as results, profits and performance of the past are no guarantee for positive results in the future.

When speculatively trading with foreign exchange, contracts for difference or (binary) options, you can lose all or part of your capital investment. Only trade with money that you can easily afford to lose. Be aware of all the risks involved in trading financial products online.

If possible, gain in-depth experience trading with fictitious capital before depositing funds. This way you can test your chosen strategy without financial risk and familiarise yourself with the financial products traded.

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