Fx Trading Agreement

AssetsFx has its sole discretion and exclusive control over and the right to modify at any time the functionality of the Metatrader 4 platform (including, but not limited to, price flows), configuration and content, including, but not limited to: (i) the parameters and protocols used to place trading orders from the Metatrader 4 platform, are cross-checked or transformed by other means; and (ii) the availability of the Metatrader 4 platform with respect to certain currency pairs or transactions at any given time or location. It is ready and able to bear financially and by other means the risk of trading in speculative investments 7.7. Customer accounts are subject to a monthly inactivity fee of $25 if there has been no business activity for a period of 60 days or more. Trading activity is defined as the opening and/or closing of a position or the maintenance of an open position during this period. In the event of a refund of the inactivity tax, the amount of the refund may not exceed the amount of the deposit made or the inactivity tax deducted. To make available to the customer the accounting of transactions and commercial risk kept on his behalf. AssetsFx can provide the client with all the programming tools to facilitate the planning of the client`s business activities. These tools must be provided «HOW TO SEE» and «WITH ALL ERRORS». All technical facilities for the planning of trading orders are made available exclusively for the client`s convenience, at AssetsFx`s sole discretion, and used by the client at its own risk. 32.4.

The Client acknowledges that all market information provided by the Company may relate to FOREX/METALS/CFDs OTCs and other products in which the Company and/or any of its senior officers, directors, related companies, employees, members or representatives have their own position or business interest. The company is not obliged to disclose its own business interests to the customer. At the same time as IFEMA was developed for foreign exchange operations, other framework contracts were developed by the same groupings for different types of transactions, namely ICOM for international options on the foreign exchange market and FEOMA, the framework agreement on foreign exchange and options, which essentially combines the IFEMA and ICOM agreements and covers foreign exchange operations, foreign exchange transactions and foreign exchange options. . . .