Frequently asked questions / FAQ

Welcome to the FAQ section of nextmarkets. Here you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions.

How do I follow an analysis?

How do I follow an analysis?

What do the symbols next to the analyses mean?

What does the green "Chart Symbol"mean?

What does the red hourglass symbol mean?

What does the red "New" symbol mean?

Why nextmarkets?

Who is the target group for nextmarkets?

Is it possible to test the service of nextmarkets in a demo account?

Which products are traded by the experts?

How can I use the experts' analyses for my own trading?

What is the validity period of the demo account?

My nextmarkets profile

How can I register?

Why can't I activate
Notifications?

How do I activate notifications?

How do I deactivate notifications?

How can I request a new password?

Account opening

What is an account opening?

Which documents can I upload for personal identification?

Which proofs of address are accepted?

Can I submit my documents later?

nextmarkets mobile

Does nextmarkets offer an app for my smartphone?

Which login credentials can be used to access the
apps?

How can I enable push notifications for
individual coaches?

Technical questions

Which browser should I use?

How do I log in to my nextmarkets account?

What security precautions should I take into account when using online brokerage?

How can I make a screenshot?

CFD Trading

Which CFDs can I trade at nextmarkets?

Where can I view my open orders and positions?

Does nextmarkets charge any fees?

What are the trading hours?

What instruments does nextmarkets offer for trading?

FX Trading

What is Forex Trading?

How do I enter the correct trading volume in the dealticket?

How much is a lot?

What is a pip?

What currency is my profit / loss in?

Legal Information

Where can I find the nextmarkets GmbH (nextmarkets) Terms & Conditions (T&C’s)?

Where can I read about the nextmarkets Privacy Policy?

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Risk Notice: Trading in Contracts for Difference (CFDs) involves a high degree of risk to your capital. Any existing risks can be considerably increased through the use of leverage. This risk is not appropriate for every investor and you should seek independent advice if necessary. You may earn profits or incur losses. Losses may end up in a complete loss of the money which has been invested with nextmarkets Trading Ltd.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 64% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

nextmarkets Trading Limited is a company registered in Malta (registration number C 77603) and licensed and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) as a financial services company under licence IS/ 77603. nextmarkets Trading Limited is a subsidiary of nextmarkets GmbH based in Cologne.