Where Can I see the precise hours for the trading of each asset?

We present our detailed available assets list, their information and descriptions, times of expiry, trading hours and symbols through our platform. You can check out our pages for Expiry Rates and Asset Index at the foot of the homepage.

Is there a need to install software?

No, Private Holdings is an online trading platform. It means you can create your account and log in and trade through any internet-connected device.

Do you permit the use of Tor/VPN connections?

Yes. But for Private Holdings API’s and web interface’s best performance, we recommend that you use fast, secure and reliable internet connection.

What is meant by bid and ask?

Simply, a bid is your current selling price (or close your Buy order) and ask is your current buying price (or close your Sell order). The spread refers to the numerical difference that exists between your bid and asks.
Ask price is used for executing ‘Buy’ orders, and the bid price is used for executing Sell orders. Buy order closes at the price of bid while Sell order closes at the price of ask.

What is meant by the expiration date?

According to those who provide feeds like Reuters, the expiration date refers to the underlying asset price at the expiry time. This factor determines if the available option has expired out-of-the-money or in-the-money.

Why the rates change continuously before I make my final decision?

As in the trading market, the rates at Private Holdings are dynamic that changes each second. There are market fluctuations that have an impact on our automated pricing engine which present real-time rates. But at Private Holdings, we use the latest technology, which makes the rate capturing extremely good and up-to-date. Moreover, we have an option to cancel trade which you can use if you didn't get the precise rate at which you wish to trade.

To make it convenient for you, Private Holdings analyzes rates as simple as possible. We show a blinking movement each time there are fluctuations in prices and through the colour indicator. When there is upwards price movement, the price colour changes to green or red when it moves downwards.

The Financial Products offered by the company include Contracts for Difference (‘CFDs’) and other complex financial products. Trading CFDs carries a high level of risk since leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, CFDs may not be suitable for all investors because it is possible to lose all of your invested capital. You should never invest money that you cannot afford to lose. Before trading in the complex financial products offered please ensure to understand the risks involved.

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