Click the Live Account button on top right of the website or here to start account opening procedures.
One photo ID, and one valid address proof dated within 3 months, with matching name.
14 days after the last trade on the Demo Account.
Click the forgot password button on the login page to reset your password.
Please send an email request to our Customer Service team (email@example.com) for any change on your account information.
You can click the Live Chat button online to get instant help, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to our Customer Service team with your enquiries.
NAG Markets (Pacific) Limited is authorised and regulated by Vanuatu Financial Services Commission. NAG Markets Limited is also regulated by the Seychelles Financial services authority with Securities Dealer licence no: SD146. We acknowledged the importance of compliance with all relevant laws, rules, regulations, policies and standards.
We accept deposits through Wire Transfer, Visa/MasterCard and Skrill, NETELLER and SafeCharge in USD$ / GBP£ / EUR€.
Please login to your account and request a withdraw.
For Credit Card and SafeCharge users, a 3% transaction fee may be deducted from client’s account, however, we will compensate with an equivalent amount of trading credit. Please visit our Deposits and Withdrawal (link) page for more information.
No. You must deposit your money from or withdraw money to an account under your name. All third-party deposits or payments are not allowed.
No. Third party deposit or payment is not allowed.
0.5% as default. This can be adjusted subject to Trading Account's leverage
A Margin Call occurs when there are insufficient funds in your account to cover your open positions with the necessary margin.
If you are on a margin call, you need top up your account with sufficient funds to keep the position open or close your open positions to reduce your margin requirement.
A limit order is an instruction to buy or sell at a price specified by the client. The order will only be executed when the specified price is reached.
There are four types of limit orders:
A stop order is an instruction to buy or sell at a price specified by the client. The order will be executed at market price when the specified price is reached.
There are two types of stop orders:
Buy Stop - a trade request to buy at the Ask price that is equal to or higher than the best prevailing market price at time of execution. The current price level is lower than the value in the order. Usually this order is placed in anticipation of a continuous price rise.
Sell Stop - a trade request to sell at the Bid price that is equal to or lower than the best prevailing market price at time of execution. The current price level is higher than the value in the order. Usually this order is placed in anticipation of a continuous price fall.
If the Margin Level in your trading account drops below a predetermined level set by us (e.g. 50% of Initial Margin, or 0.5% of the notional contract amount), then a red warning signal will appear on your MT5 terminal. Alternatively, if NAG Markets exercises its discretion, then it is entitled to close out your position at a prevailing market rate without notice to you. NAG Markets could do this in order to minimise trading risk and deduct the resulting realised loss from your remaining funds held with us. You will remain liable for any negative balance which cannot be covered by the closing out of your positions.