Floating Profit/Loss definition

Floating Profit/Loss means the unrealized profit/loss of open positions at current prices of the Underlying Assets;
Floating Profit/Loss means current profit/loss on Open Positions calculated at the current Quotes.

Examples of Floating Profit/Loss in a sentence

  • Equity – secured portion of the Client's deposit with the account of open positions which is bound to Balance and Floating (Profit/Loss) with the help of the following formula: Balance + Floating + Swap.

  • Floating Profit/Loss – unrealized profit (loss) of open positions at current prices of the underlying currencies, contracts or stocks, equity indexes, precious metals or any other commodities available for trading.

  • Net Floating Profit/Loss (in USD) for a day = Floating Profit/Loss for such day + Interest (in USD) as of such day.

  • The World of Financial Freedom Equity – secured portion of the Client's deposit with the account of open positions which is bound to Balance and Floating (Profit/Loss) with the help of the following formula: Balance + Floating + Swap.

  • Floating Profit/Loss in a CFD shall mean current profit/loss on Open Positions calculated at the current Quotes (added any commissions or fees if applicable).


More Definitions of Floating Profit/Loss

Floating Profit/Loss means non-fixed profit/loss on open positions at current market prices.
Floating Profit/Loss in a CFD shall mean current profit/loss on Open Positions calculated at the
Floating Profit/Loss means non-fixed profit/loss on open positions at current market prices. «Transaction» shall mean two deals of the same size in different directions (open and close a position): buy in order to sell or sell in order to buy.