Discover our Competitive Spreads

Our commitment to transparent and competitive pricing enhances your trading experience, ensuring that you have access to favorable conditions across our precious metals.





Why Trade Metals?

In times of market uncertainty, many see gold and silver as reliable havens. They're like the steadfast anchors in your investment journey, offering a way to diversify your portfolio and safeguard against the effects of inflation.

  • Safe-haven assets, especially during times of economic uncertainty or geopolitical instability.
  • An effective means of diversifying an investment portfolio.
  • Reliable choice to safeguard wealth.

Price Flexibility

Flexibility to choose your buy or sell prices.

Decentralized Market

Decentralized market with a daily turnover of over $5 trillion.

Profiting Opportunities

CFDs on Metals trading offers the potential to capitalize even on market declines.

Symbol Average Spread Commission Contract Size Digit Swap Long Swap Short
XAUUSD 0.3 0 100 oz 2 -8.2 -2.3
XAGUSD 0.02 0 5000 oz 3 -2.3 -0.5
Symbol Average Spread Commission Contract Size Digit Swap Long Swap Short
XAUUSD 0.15 5.8 100 oz 2 -8.2 -2.3
XAGUSD 0.005 5.8 5000 oz 3 -2.3 -0.5
Symbol Average Spread Commission Contract Size Digit Swap Long Swap Short
XAUUSD 0.15 4 100 oz 2 -8.2 -2.3
XAGUSD 0.005 4 5000 oz 3 -2.3 -0.5

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Forex Trading Sessions

The metal market technically remains open 24/5, but for retail traders, active trading hours are limited to Monday at 01:55 to Friday 23:55 GMT+2.

Server time is set to GMT +2 when not under daylight savings and GMT+3 when under daylight savings.



At NCE, we are committed to providing our clients with optimal trading conditions. Our unwavering dedication is reflected in our substantial investments to guarantee that all NCE traders can access some of the most competitive spreads available in the market

Leverage and Margin

Margin is the amount of funds a trader needs to deposit to open a trading position, and it's a percentage of the total position size. Leverage, on the other hand, allows traders to control a larger position with a smaller amount of capital. For example, if you have a leverage of 50:1, you can control a position worth $50,000 with just $1,000 of your own capital. While leverage amplifies potential profits, it also increases the risk of significant losses. It's crucial for traders to understand and manage both margin and leverage effectively to navigate the markets responsibly.

Calculating Margin Requirement

Determining the margin requirement involves a percentage of the trade size, computed based on the pair's base currency. The formula to calculate the required margin is as follows:
Required Margin=Position Size√óMargin Requirement