HomeAnnouncementTraze Leverage Now is up to 1:2000

Dear Traze traders,

Starting 12/12/2023, you can now leverage to 1:2000 when you trade gold and FX with us. This applies to any Traze Account depending on your account equity.

At Traze we believe in risk managed trading. For risk management purposes, our system will automatically reduce your applicable maximum leverage.

Should our system be triggered by any increases in your trading account equity, your applicable maximum leverage will be automatcally reduced. This will affect your existing trades. Please refer to the leverage tiers below for more information.

Leverage adjustment over weekends and holidays

On weekends and holidays when trading sessions are typically low volume, market volatility may impact your trading unfavourably. As part of our risk management, we will reduce trading leverage at these times accordingly.

We will reduce any Traze Trading Accounts’ (FX and precious metals) trading leverage to a maximum 1:500, normally 1 hour before market close on Friday, and resume back to the original leverage, normally 0.5 hours after entering into the new trading session.

This applies to all existing open trades, pending orders and new orders. Similar rules on leverage may also apply during market-moving news releases and holidays subject to announcement.

Leverage adjustment before major economic and market events

Similarly, to reduce any unnecessary impact that market volatility may have on clients’ trading accounts due to major economic and market events, we will reduce your account trading leverage accordingly.

On any Traze Trading Accounts (FX and precious metals) we will reduce trading leverage to a maximum 1:500, usually 30 minutes prior to the announcement and resume back to the original leverage, normally 10 minutes after the announcement. This applies to all existing positions, pending orders and new orders.

Disclaimer: Please note that changes in the leverage ratio will affect the margin requirements of your trading account, and you are responsible for ensuring that you have sufficient funds in your trading account to maintain your trading. Traze will adjust its leverage policy in response to various market conditions. Please pay attention to the announcements issued by our company from time to time.

Trading Account Equity (USD)Max. Leverage


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Risk Warning: Contracts for Difference (CFDs) are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You may be required to make further deposits in order to meet your margin requirements. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the risk. The historical financial performance of any underlying instrument is no guarantee or indicator of future performance. Trading financial derivatives may not be suitable for all investors. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved, and seek independent advice if necessary.