Trading turnover is the sum of all trades since the last deposit.
There are two cases when trading turnover is used:
- You made a deposit and decided to withdraw funds before trading.
- You used a bonus that implies a trading turnover.
In the first case, when you top your account and decide to withdraw before your trading turnover is double the amount you’ve deposited, there is a possibility of a 10% commission. To avoid this commission, you have to complete a trading turnover.
Example. A trader deposited $50. The amount of trading turnover for the trader will be $100 (double the deposit amount). When trading turnover is completed, a trader can withdraw funds without commission.
In the second case, when you activate a bonus, you have to complete trading turnover to withdraw funds.
Trading turnover is calculated by this formula:
the amount of the bonus multiplied by its leverage factor.
A leverage factor can be:
- Specified in the bonus.
- If it’s not specified, then for bonuses that are less than 50% of the deposit amount, the leverage factor would be 35.
- For the bonuses that are more than 50% of the deposit, it would be 40.
Example. A trader deposits $100 and uses a bonus for a 60% increase on the deposit. They will receive $60 in bonus funds. In this case, since the bonus exceeds 50% of the deposit, the leverage factor will be 40. The sum of trading turnover will be: $60 * 40 = $2,400.
Note. Both successful and unsuccessful trades count for trading turnover, but only the asset’s profitability is taken into account; investment is not included.