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Thank you for visiting our Website (the “Website”) on which you found the link to this Cookie Policy (the “Cookie Policy”), and to our Privacy Policy (the "Privacy Policy"). The Website is our property (referred to collectively as “we”, “our” or “us”) and you may contact us at any time via email at: [email protected]

This Cookie Policy page explains how we, along with our subsidiaries, (hereinafter referred to as: the "Company" ‘we’, ‘us’, ‘our’) use cookies, what kind of data we collect, and why we collect such data.

We take great care of your privacy and allow browsing most of our web pages without asking you to share any personal information. However, we still need such information in order to personalize your experience and provide you with the best user experience.

Our Website and any other branded web pages, websites, or third-party platforms owned or managed by us (hereinafter referred to as: ‘Our Websites’), all function according to this Cookie Policy

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There is a high level of risk involved with trading leveraged products such as CFDs. You should not risk more than you can afford to lose, it is possible that you may lose all your initial investment. CFDs are not appropriate for all investors. You should only invest if you are an experienced investor with sophisticated knowledge of financial markets and you fully understand the risks associated with CFDs. You must be fully aware of, and understand, the specific characteristics and risks in relation to these products. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.

Trading involves significant risk of loss, 79% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. Customers must be aware of their individual capital gain tax liability in their country of residence. It is against the law to solicit U.S persons to buy and sell commodity options, even if they are called differently, unless they are listed for trading and traded on a CFTC regulated exchange or unless legally exempt.

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