SwissFT offers low day trading margins to accommodate traders that require high leverage to trade their accounts. The lower the margin, especially Day Trading Margins, the higher the leverage and riskier the trade. Leverage can work for you as well as against you, it magnifies gains as well as losses.

  • $500 - EQUITY

  • $500 - FX


  • $1,000 - METALS

  • $1,000 - ENERGY

  • $500 - GRAINS

  • $500 - SOFTS

Initial Margin – set by the respective exchange and represent the amount required to hold a position into the next trading session.

Maintenance Margin – the lowest amount an account can reach before needing to be replenished to hold a position into the next trading session.

Day Trade Margin – the amount required to enter into a position per contract on an intraday basis.





Margin Call Fee – $50
Margin Liquidation Fee – $25 per contract
All open positions will be manually liquidated if the account falls below net liquidity of $500.
Posted margins valid up to 50 contracts. Trading more than 100 contracts requires an additional margin.

Repeated violations of margin requirements can result in fees and/or higher day trade margins requirements.

Clients are responsible for monitoring their positions and are still financially responsible for any losses generated by open positions in the account.


The above information was drawn from sources believed to be reliable. Although it is believed that the information provided is accurate, no guarantee is made. SwissFT assumes no responsibility for any errors or omissions.