DYNAMIC TRADING PROGRAM-Trading Risk Disclosure Statement
You should consider the following points before engaging in a trading strategy. For purposes of this notice, a “trading strategy” means an overall trading strategy characterized by the regular transmission by a customer of orders to effect both purchase and sale transactions in securities, commodities or currencies.
Trading can be extremely risky. Trading generally is not appropriate for someone of limited resources and limited investment or trading experience and low risk tolerance. You should be prepared to lose all of the funds that you use for trading. In particular, you should not fund trading activities with retirement savings, student loans, second mortgages, emergency funds, funds set aside for purposes such as education or home ownership, or funds required to meet your living expenses.
Be cautious of claims of large profits from trading. You should be wary of advertisements or other statements that emphasize the potential for large profits in trading. Trading can also lead to large and immediate financial losses. Trading requires knowledge of financial markets. Trading requires in-depth knowledge of the financial markets and trading techniques and strategies. In attempting to profit through trading, you must compete with professional, licensed traders employed by securities firms. You should have appropriate experience before engaging in trading.
You agree that any and all trade signals are being provided for informational purposes only. These signals are being provided to introduce you to Price Action Trading only and are meant to be traded using a demo account.
There are nuances in Price Action Trading that can only be learned from experience and practice. You agree that you are assuming all risk in your trading and that Dynamic Trading Program and its affiliates are not making any warranties, claims or guarantees regarding the results of these trades.
Possible Margin Calls
Under certain market conditions, you may find it difficult or impossible to liquidate a position quickly at a reasonable price. This can occur, for example, when the market suddenly drops or spikes, or if trading is halted due to recent news events or unusual trading activity. The more volatile the market is, the greater the likelihood that problems may be encountered in executing a transaction. In addition to normal market risks, you may experience losses due to system failures.
Trading on margin may result in losses beyond your initial investment. When you trade with funds borrowed from a firm or someone else, you can lose more than the funds you originally placed at risk. A sudden decline or spike in value of the securities that are purchased may require you to provide additional funds to the firm to avoid the forced sale of those securities or other securities in your account.