Opening a Live Account
In order to open a live SpartanForex trading account, it is necessary for you to accept the SpartanForex User Agreement (PDF), which specifies our operational procedures. The User Agreement requires no physical signature and has exactly the same legal force as any two-party contract. Once the terms of the SpartanForex User Agreement have been accepted, by clicking on the “I Accept ...” button near the bottom of this page, you will be directed to a page where you can become a SpartanForex client.
Once you are approved you can set up and fund a live trading account. You will have 30 days to fund your trading account. The account number and funding instructions will be sent to the email address provided in your registration form. You will also have the ability to create demo trading accounts.
If you are interested in becoming an SpartanForex IB or Affiliate, please go to this page.
Practice Forex Trading in a Simulated Real World Environment With a No-risk Forex Demo Account
In order to become a successful forex trader/warrior without paying an unduly high price, it undeniably helps to train under real market conditions. While “paper trading” cannot fully prepare you for the emotional experience of having actual money riding on your trading calls, it certainly provides good practice working with the same platform interface to the forex markets you will be participating in when trading with actual money.
You can observe foreign currency rates fluctuating in real time while you learn to assimilate the information from changing graphs and charts. Understand what volatile markets feel like from a virtual cockpit. Experiment with leverage to learn the risk and reward consequences of different levels, and examine your conform level.
Veteran and novice traders alike can easily understand the value of testing their strategies and expert advisory systems (EAs) under near-real conditions before risking capital based on the system’s calls.
Becoming a client using the procedure above will enable you to create and trade demo accounts.
Note: Besides the above-mentioned emotional charge which appears when real funds are at risk, the reported simulated trades executed using a demo account will differ somewhat versus an equivalent trade of an actual contract. Simulated trades do not impact the market, while real trades do. The execution latency, or slippage – the time between clicking on the buy or sell button and trade execution – tends to be higher during real trading. Once you have become comfortable trading a demo account, we advise new traders to start actual trading risking only small amounts of capital.