With Capital.com you can open a live account in any of the following currencies: GBP (£), EUR (€) or USD ($), PLN (zł).
You can make your first deposit using a debit card, credit card, Bank Wire Transfer, Sofort, iDeal, Giropay, Multibanko, Przelewy24, QIWI, Webmoney, Trustly as your payment method.
All subsequent deposits can also be made via Neteller and Skrill.
Yes, your money is secure. Capital.com is a licensed and regulated investment company that keeps its clients’ money in segregated (separate) bank accounts. In addition, we have introduced a compensation scheme as required by our regulator.
Capital.com’s regulator, CySEC requires us to identify every client who opens an account with us.
Capital.com guarantees the full protection of your personal information, it is held safe by us and is only shared with our regulator the CySEC. In no event do we disclose or sell your data to additional parties.
The minimum deposit is 5 EUR, 5 USD, 5 GBP, or 20 PLN.
For the sake of security, we return money by the same payment method you used to fund your account initially. This means, if you used the bank transfer method, we will send your money back to your bank account. And, if you used a credit/debit card, we will transfer money back to the card you used. In case you have several cards, the money will be sent to the one used last to top up your account.
No, there is a ‘one account per person’ limit with Capital.com.
The currency of your account is set with your first deposit. To change the account currency, please contact our support team at email@example.com.
To open an account and begin trading, you should fill out a brief registration form and make a deposit. You are allowed to trade for a 15 day period after opening your account, before providing your personal data to us (a National ID card or a Passport copy, Driving licence, proof of your current address). As a CySEC regulated investment firm, we need this info to verify your identity and guarantee your security when trading with us.
If we don’t receive proof of your identity within 15 days, your account will be automatically suspended. Once all the required documents are uploaded and verified, you can access the markets and resume trading.
We have a team of friendly and considerate support managers ready to answer all your questions on our service. Use firstname.lastname@example.org to contact them. We will reply to your email within 24 hours.
If you’ve forgotten your password, change it by following the ‘Forgot password?’ link on the login page. Then check the email you use to access your account for further instructions.
If you want to change your old password for a new one, log in to your account, go to Settings and use the ‘Change password’ option.
With Capital.com you can trade Contracts for Difference (CFDs) on stocks (like Apple), commodities (like Silver) and indices (like the Germany 30). You can have a look at the whole list here.
Trading financial instruments is tied to the trading hours of the world’s various markets located in different time zones. You can learn the trading hours for each instrument on the website or inside the app in the Trading info section.
Below are measurement units for various trading instruments:
- Gold, Silver, Palladium, Platinum – USD per troy ounce
- Brent Crude Oil, Oil – USD per barrel
- Gas – USD per 1 million British Thermal Units (MMBTU)
- Stocks – the currency (GBP, EUR, USD, AUD, CHF, JPY, NOK or SEK per share) depends on the stock exchange
- Indices – GBP, EUR, USD, AUD, CHF or JPY per contract
Yes. Capital.com offers leveraged trading, in other words, it allows you to trade with more funds than you have in your account. We provide leverage of up to 1:200. However, leveraged trading is extremely risky. Read more about the business model we use.
Yes, you can open positions at the prices you see. However, sometimes prices move so sharply that it’s impossible to execute an order at the settled price. Find out more about such cases in Order Execution Policy.
No, sometimes there is a slight difference between the prices because brokerages have different business models.
By default, charts show sell prices.
Yes. Capital.com charges a 2.5% commission for depositing money.
The following are the withdrawal fees:
- EUR: 2
- USD: 2.3
- GBP: 1.7
- PLN: 8
There are no fees for market data. Find more on our business model page.
Find the complete list of the instruments available with Capital.com here.
You can do it by means of a debit card, credit card, Bank Wire Transfer, Sofort, iDeal, Giropay, Multibanko, Przelewy24, QIWI, Webmoney, Trustly, Neteller and Skrill.
Just tap the ‘Fund my account’ button to fund your account.
We transfer money back to your credit/debit card within 24 business hours. Please note that the time between the transfer and receiving funds in your account may vary slightly due to your bank’s operating procedures, Capital.com bears no responsibility for this.
Capital.com charges a 2.5% commission for depositing money.
Please note that the banks, issuing your credit or debit card, may require a bank transfer fee.
Capital.com charges the following commissions for withdrawals:
- EUR: 2
- USD: 2.3
- GBP: 1.7
- PLN: 8
Please note that our bank requires a particular fee or its equivalent in local currency.
No. 3rd party deposits are not allowed. Only your own credit card or bank account should be used.
To enable you to withdraw funds from your account, click the ‘Markets’ tab and tap the ‘Withdraw’ button or go the ‘More’ section and tap the ‘Withdraw’ button. Then choose the payment method you’ve already used to deposit money and press ‘Confirm’.
*If you still need help or additional consultation, please contact our support team at email@example.com.
As soon as you have successfully downloaded the app, you can sign in, verify your account and activate it. However, in order to start trading, you should deposit money on your account. Before making large scale investments, you can start with a minimum deposit.
A market order is an instruction to buy or sell a CFD, in a specified size, at the best available market price for that size. You need to remember that a market order can be executed at a price worse than quoted at the time you place it. A market order immediately becomes an open position that can be watched in the ‘Portfolio’ tab in the app. Market orders can be placed only during the trading hours of the underlying asset. A market order can have Take Profit/Stop Loss Orders attached.
If you have enough money on your account, you can keep your positions open for as long as you want. Please, note that if your position remains open at the end of the day, an overnight fee is charged.
When your equity drops below 80% of the required margin, we’ll send you an email or push message notification, if you have this feature enabled.
When your equity drops below 50% of the required margin, your positions will start to close automatically.
A pending order is an instruction to open or close a position if the price reaches, or crosses the level that you have specified earlier. So, to become an open position, a pending order should be triggered first. That comes in especially handy when you don’t have time to watch the market every second. Just decide on a price you can go for, and the system will do the rest.
Capital.com offers one type of pending order – Limit Order.
A Limit Order is an instruction to buy a CFD at no more than a specific price, or to sell it at no less than a specific price. This gives you control over the price at which the Limit Order is executed, however, it is possible that this Limit Order may never be executed (or filled). Pending limit orders can be found in the ‘Portfolio’ tab in the app.
A take profit order automatically closes an open position when the price level reaches the specified threshold. Take profit orders are used to lock in profits when you are unavailable, to monitor your open positions.
For example, if you are long Company XYZ at 109.58 and you want to take your profit when the price reaches 110.00, you can set this price level as your take profit threshold. If the bid price touches 110.00, the open position is closed by the system and your profit is secured.
A stop loss order is a defensive mechanism you can use to help protect against further losses, including avoiding margin closeouts. A stop loss automatically closes an open position when the price moves against you and reaches the level you specify.
For example, if you are long Company XYZ at 109.58, you could set a stop loss at 107.00 – then, if the ask price falls to this level, the trade is automatically closed, thereby capping your losses.
There was no desired price on the market to trigger your pending order execution.
Yes. You can determine both a profit you want to reach and a loss you can afford. Your position will be closed out if one of these parameters is reached.
Your profit is converted into the account currency.
Capital.com doesn’t provide any investment advice. To gain more knowledge, please, visit our website that provides financial articles, analysis, and market overview.
It depends upon the regulations imposed by your local authorities. As a rule, profits from trading should be reported in your tax return.
No. Capital.com ensures you a Negative Balance Protection so that your balance won’t drop below zero.
To prevent you from incurring a negative balance, Capital.com can partially or fully close your position if your account equity doesn’t meet the margin requirement and/or we don’t hear from you for a while.
Please make sure you maintain adequate capital on your account to keep your positions open.
Yes. Just set a stop loss order. In this way, you will manage risks and lose no more than you can afford.
Please go here and submit your complaint. We will do our utmost to work it out.
Capital Com SV Investments Limited is a Cyprus Registered Company with Company Registration Number HE 354252. It is a regulated Cyprus Investment Firm, licensed by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), under license number 319/17.