# Free Margin definition

Free Margin means the amount of funds available in the Client Account, which may be used to open a position or maintain an Open Position. Free Margin shall be calculated as: Equity less (minus) Necessary Margin [Free margin = Equity- Necessary Margin].
Free Margin means funds on the Trading Account, which may be used to open a position. It is calculated as Equity Less Necessary Margin.
Free Margin means the funds in the clients’ account that are available as collateral (for opening a position or to maintain an open position) and is in excess of the Margin requirement: Free Margin = Equity – Margin.

## Examples of Free Margin in a sentence

• Free Margin – funds which are not used as margin for open positions.

## More Definitions of Free Margin

Free Margin means free equity in transaction account, which can be used to open a new position.
Free Margin funds on a trading account that can be used for opening new trades. Calculated according to the formula: equity - margin.
Free Margin means the funds not used as guarantee to open positions, calculated as: Free Margin=Equity-Margin;
Free Margin means the funds available for opening new positions with us, calculated as Equity minus Margin;
Free Margin means the amount of funds in the Client’s Account that can be used for trading and it is calculated as the difference between Equity and Margin (Free Margin = Equity – Margin);
Free Margin means the funds that are available for opening a position, It is calculated as: Free Margin= Equity -Margin.
Free Margin means the funds not used as the guarantee to open positions, calculated as: Free Margin