High Leverage and low Margin can result in significant losses due to small price fluctuations in the traded products. High Leverage allows the Customer to assume more risk, magnifying both losses and profits; which can result in loss up to and in excess of Deposits and Margin. The Customer must consider that if the trend on the market is against him/her the Customer may sustain a total loss of the initial margin funds and any additional funds deposited to maintain open positions. The Customer is responsible for all his/her risks, financial resources he/she uses and for the chosen trading strategy.

2.Quotes & Margin

Quotes and Margins are set by Venue Markets Limited and may differ from other firms. Venue Markets Limited will exercise discretion in setting and collecting Margin. Venue Markets Limited is authorised to convert funds in the Customer’s Trading Account for Margin into and from such foreign currency at a rate of exchange determined by Venue Markets Limited in its sole discretion on the basis of then‐prevailing money market rates. The Customer must maintain the minimum Margin Level requirement on Customer’s Open Positions at all times. The Customer assumes the responsibility to monitor the Customer’s Required Margin. Venue Markets Limited has the right to liquidate any or all Open Positions whenever the minimum Margin requirement is not maintained. To avoid a Margin Call it is highly recommended to maintain a Margin Level of 1000% or greater.

3.Risk Reduction

Stop Loss Orders or Stop Limit Orders, which are intended to limit losses may reduce the losses incurred by price fluctuations, however such orders may not be able to execute under certain abnormal market conditions.

4.Product Risks

The profit and loss in any given Transaction may be affected by a currency rate that is used to convert to the Accounts base currency. Accounts shall be opened in the following currencies: USD as stated by the Customer and accepted by Venue Markets Limited.


The Customer is responsible for any technical issues sustained on the Customer’s side. These issues include but are not limited to:
a. Failure of Customer’s hardware, software or internet connection;
b. Improper operation of Customer equipment
c. Improper settings on the Customer’s Terminal
d. Delay of Customer Terminal updates
e. MetaTrader Failure on Customer’s Computer
The Customer acknowledged that at the moment of peak load there may be some difficulties in getting telephone communication with the duty operator, especially on the fast market (for example, when key economic indicators are released).