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Who we are
Tickmill is a trading name of Tickmill Ltd, a member of Tickmill Group, which is regulated by the Seychelles Financial Services Authority (FSA).

With a proven track record of strong financial results and stable growth, Tickmill has put itself in an enviable position as a trusted market leader and innovator.

Our mission
Built by traders for traders, our team members have trading experience that spans back to the 80s and have successfully traded on all major financial markets from Asia to North America. Our mission is to provide retail and institutional clients around the world with an exceptional trading environment that empowers them to reach their full potential.


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What is Forex?
Foreign exchange, or Forex for short, is quite simply a market where you’re able to exchange one currency for another. When you ‘sell’ a currency, there is a buyer for that currency somewhere else. Now, the exchange rate between those two currencies is what’s important when trading forex. The exchange rate is constantly fluctuating, and it’s these fluctuations that allow market speculators to earn from trading.

With a daily trade volume of $6.5 trillion dollars, the forex market itself is huge! It eclipses the likes of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) which, by comparison, has a trading volume of only $22.4 billion per day.

The Forex Market’s sheer size attracts a wide range of different participants, including Central Banks, Investment Managers, Hedge Funds, Corporations, Brokers and Retail Traders – with 90% of those market participants being currency speculators!


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What are Stock Indices?
A stock index is a group of stocks that can be bought or sold as a single tradable instrument. Now, some traders speculate on how the price of a single asset changes however, some choose to speculate with Stock Indices. As a group, stock indices can be used to indicate the health of an industry or even a country.

Classifying stock indices, however, is a little more complex. Some indices, like the DAX 30 for example, is a group of the 30 top-performing companies in Germany. Classified as a ‘national stock index’ it gives an indication of the health of the German stock market.

However, stock indices aren’t only comprised of stocks that are grouped together because of their geographical location. Some stock indices represent and track the performance of certain sectors of the market. For example, the Nasdaq 100 index, tracks the performance of all the companies listed on the Nasdaq exchange. Generally being technology-related firms, the Nasdaq gives an indication of the health of the technology sector in the US!


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What is a Bond?
In simple terms, a bond is an agreement between a borrower and a lender, where a borrower finances a project by issuing a bond. Bonds, also known as treasuries or securities, are generally issued by governments. The issuer of a bond, or the ‘borrower’, sets the interest rate which is then paid to the investor. At the maturity of this bond the investor is then paid back their initial investment.

Unlike stocks, there’s no central exchange to buy and sell bonds. The bond market is an ‘over-the-counter’ market, which is much bigger than the stock market! It’s also important to note that, as a trader, you aren’t directly buying or selling the bond, you’re simply speculating about how the bond will appreciate or depreciate in value over time.

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What are Precious Metals?

Precious metals like Gold and Silver are tradable instruments classed as a commodity, therefore making their price relatively uniform across the world.

Traders tend to use precious metals as ‘safe-haven’ assets which become more tradable as economic developments and political unrest cause increased volatility across other markets. Afterall, when adverse market conditions arise from war, recession, government debt issues etc, Gold retains its value whereas stocks and currencies are vulnerable to significant losses.

Gold and Silver are characteristically limited in supply, which means that they tend to be of higher value. Where Gold is used as the main safe-haven asset, Silver is typically used in industrial production. Therefore, it’s more susceptible to price fluctuations from changes in business conditions.


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The Islamic Account
in a Nutshell

Here at Tickmill, our clients’ interests always come first. For this purpose, we continuously strive to facilitate our trading conditions to suit the various needs of clients throughout the world. With this in mind, we offer Islamic accounts that are compliant with the Sharia law.

Forex Islamic account is known as a swap-free account as there is no swap or rollover interest on overnight positions, which is against the Muslim faith. All Muslim clients can benefit from Tickmill’s best trading conditions by opening any account with us – Classic, Pro or VIP – and converting it to an Islamic type.

Islamic accounts have exactly the same trading conditions and terms as our regular trading account types. The only difference is that there are no swaps on trading instruments, however, a handling charge applies for holding exotic currency pairs overnight for more than three consecutive nights.

Our all-star Client Support team will process your request for an Islamic account status within 1 business day and you will receive an email confirmation once all is set up. All subsequent trading accounts opened by you at Tickmill will be automatically classified as swap-free meaning there will be no need for contacting us again.

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Why choose our Classic Account?

Trade CFDs on 62 currency pairs, major stock indices, oil, precious metals and bonds on your Classic account, with variable spreads starting from 1.6 pips and no commissions.

The Classic account is suitable for both novice and experienced traders and offers optimal trading conditions, ultra-fast order execution while enabling you to use virtually any trading strategy.

This account type is a great gateway to the world of trading and comes with several perks that add value to your trading experience.

Please note that Classic account charts show market and spreads without the mark up.


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