'sRs PRO' ('sRs PRO') allows its users (hereinafter: "User" or "Users") to trade in highly speculative investments which involve a significant risk of loss. Such trading is not suitable for all investors so Users must ensure that Users fully understand the risks before trading. 'sRs PRO' does not manage, or offer any legal, tax, accounting or investment advice advice, or recommendation regarding suitability, profitability, investment strategy or other matter.
All Users and prospective Users should read carefully the following risk disclosure and warnings contained in this document, before applying to 'sRs PRO' to use its software and before beginning to trade in various financial instruments. However, it is noted that this document cannot and does not disclose or explain all of the risks and other significant aspects involved in dealing in Forex. The notice was designed to explain in general terms the nature of the risks involved when dealing in Forex in a fair and non-misleading way.
DUE TO THE HIGH RISK NATURE OF TRADING, 'sRs PRO' EXPLICITLY DOES NOT MAKE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES THAT USERS WILL MAKE ANY PROFIT OR THAT USERS WILL NOT LOSE ANY OR ALL DEPOSITED INVESTMENT FUNDS.
Trading in Forex is VERY SPECULATIVE AND HIGHLY RISKY and is not suitable for all members of the general public, but only for those investors who:
(a) Understand and are willing to assume the economic, legal and other risks involved.
(b) Take into account their personal financial circumstances, financial resources, life style and obligations are financially able to assume the loss of their entire investment.
(c) Have the knowledge to understand Forex trading and the underlying assets and markets.
'sRs PRO' will not provide Users with any advice relating to Forex, the underlying assets and markets or make investment recommendations of any kind. So, if User does not understand the risks involved, he should seek advice and consultation from an independent financial advisor. If User still does not understand the risks involved in trading in Forex then he should not trade at all.
Forex are derivative financial instruments deriving their value from the prices of the underlying assets/markets to which they refer (for example: currencies, equity indices, stocks, metals, indices futures, forwards, etc.). It is important, therefore, that User understands the risks associated with trading in the relevant underlying asset/market because fluctuations in the price of the underlying asset/market will affect the profitability of his trade.
Some such risks include
Volatility - movements in the price of underlying assets/markets can be volatile and unpredictable. This will have a direct impact on User's profits and losses. Understanding the volatility of an underlying market will help guide User regarding how to trade and how much he is willing to lose.
Market swings - a swing is a sudden shift in the price of an underlying asset price from one level to another. Various factors can lead to gapping (for example, economic events or market announcements) and gapping can occur both when the underlying market is open and when it is closed. When these factors occur while the underlying market is closed, the price of the underlying market when it reopens (and therefore our derived price) can be markedly different from the closing price, with no opportunity to close your trade in-between. 'Gapping' can result in a significant loss (or profit).
Market liquidity - The prices of Forex will be influenced by, amongst other things, changing supply and demand relationships, governmental, agricultural, commercial and trade programs and policies, national and international political and economic events and the prevailing psychological characteristics of the relevant market place and some of the Forex' underlying assets may not become immediately liquid as a result of reduced demand for the underlying asset. So, market conditions can change significantly in a very short period of time and hence, under certain market conditions, it may be impossible for User's order to be executed, leading to losses.
It is understood that when it comes to trading in currencies, there may be situations, movements and/or conditions occurring at weekend, in the beginning of week or intra-day after release of significant macroeconomic figures, economic or political news that make currency markets to open with price levels that may substantially differ from previous prices.
*HIGH RISK INVESTMENT WARNING*
Trading Forex involve a risk of losing your investment. This Risk Warning Notice cannot and does not disclose all the risks and other significant aspects of option and derivative trading. You should not speculate with capital that you cannot afford to lose. We strongly suggest you read through our Website's Terms and Service before starting to use our service.