Our Fees and Charges
We are 100% transparent about all our charges and fees so that our clients know exactly how much they are paying when they trade with us.
Deposit & Withdrawal Fees
on Credit Card Transactions
BDSwiss does not charge any fees on deposits or withdrawals processed via credit card. Please note that for bank wire withdrawals equal to or less than 100 EUR, BDSwiss will charge a 10 EUR flat fee*.
* Please note, you may also be charged by the funding provider involved in the transfer
– intermediary bank, receiving bank, or your credit card provider.
Trading Fees & Charges
Swaps are dependent of position size and the product that is held overnight, you can find a list of our long and short swaps here. Swaps are either charged or applied to a trader’s account for positions held “overnight”, meaning after 5pm ET.
If your selected account currency differs from your deposit currency or your bank account currency then we will automatically convert your deposit currency using our standard rates, we do not charge any additional conversion fees and there are no markups on currency conversion.
Spreads & Commissions
We charge variable spreads on forex, crypto and commodity pairs depending on your account type. For indices and shares, we charge a fixed commission fee depending on your account type. You can find more information on our spreads and commissions by visiting our CFD Asset List.
Inactive accounts are charged with 10% of the account balance each month, with the minimum amount charged being €25 or trading account currency equivalent, and the maximum amount charged being €49,90 until the account balance is €0. These charges cover the maintenance / administration expenses of such Inactive Accounts.
Trading & Transaction Costs
What is spread?A spread is the difference between the bid (buy) price and the ask (sell) price for a specific trade. It is, therefore, your cost of opening and closing a specific position.
What is margin?Margin is the amount you are contributing to a certain trade and it is also the amount you stand to lose should the markets move against you.
What is a pip?PIP stands for Percentage in Point and it is a standardized unit and is the smallest amount by which a currency quote can change. It is usually $0.0001 for U.S.-dollar related currency pairs, which is more commonly referred to as 1/100th of 1%, or one basis point.
What is leverage?Leverage involves borrowing a certain amount of the money needed to invest in something. If you wish to trade with a larger amount than that which you own, you set your leverage accordingly. It is important to remember that the higher the leverage the higher your losses or profits will be. When using leverage, it is therefore important to understand that you are essentially increasing your risk.
What are overnight charges?For each position held overnight (ie, at or after 21:00 GMT), a rollover or swap fee is due. Rollover or swap fees vary based on the underlying asset. View our Full CFD Asset List & Charges here.
What are Conversion Fees?Conversion fees apply when your account currency is different than the quoted currency of the underlying asset you are trading.
What is an Inactivity Fee?An inactivity fee as its name suggests is a fee charged when your account remains inactive for a certain amount of time. Trading accounts that are inactive for more than six months will be subject to a monthly fee of €10.
What is a Withdrawal Fee?A withdrawal fee is the fee you incur when placing a withdrawal. Please note that BDSwiss does not charge any withdrawal fees but you may be charged bank transfer fees.
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