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What Make A Forex Broker Goes Bankrupt


LQD Markets Limited (The "Company") became authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") on 22 May 2014. The Company director is Nicolaos Hjalmar Bang (the "Director").

The Company provided brokerage services (Forex and CFDs) to individual and corporate clients through its MetaTrader 4 platform,

On Thursday 15 January 2015, the Swiss National Bank ("SNB") removed the informal peg that tied the Swiss Franc to the Euro, at around 1.20 Swiss Francs.

The Company operated as a Match Principal Broker which meant that when clients placed trades on the MT4 Platform, the Company then went and physically placed these trades with their Prime Broker at a slightly better price which allowed it to make a margin on each of the trades placed by clients. On hearing the Swiss Franc news, clients requested that EURCHF was either bought or sold (depending on their positions held) at a price of 1.540 per point, however these trades were not completed, as banks stopped offering a market for 17 minutes, which meant that the Company could not match the trade in its usual manner.
When banks re-opened their markets on the EURCHF they were doing so at a price of 0.82 per point, which was the lowest point in the market. Due to the match principal that the Company operated it was forced to book the trades initially placed. This resulted in clients faling into negative equity with the Company and the Company also falling into negative equity with its prime broker.


Let’s say you found your perfect investment. You are absolutely sure this stock or currency pair is going to skyrocket and do wonders for your portfolio. There is just one problem – it’s currently overpriced and you want to buy it when it’s cheaper. Or pretend that you are ready to sell one of your investments, but only if the price reaches your target. Is there a way to control purchase and sale price? Absolutely – using limit orders allows you to do just that.

What is a Limit Order?

A limit order allows you to buy or sell an investment instrument at a specified price. When you place a buy limit order, you tell your broker to only buy at or below the specified limit price. Similarly, a sell limit order ensures you sell your investment at or higher than the specified limit price. Limit orders come with a guarantee that you will buy or sell at the price you want, or the trade won’t be executed at all. Let’s look at a couple of examples when using limit orders can be especially helpful.

Dovish Vs Hawkish - An Aerial View of 2 Key Stock Market Terms

The Federal Reserve System, or Fed, takes two types of stances when it comes to monetary policy. It can be difficult to tell from the tone of the statements whether they are dovish or hawkish. It pays to familiarize yourself with the terms and what they mean if you want to figure out how it affects your assets.

What Dovish And Hawkish Mean

A dovish tone from the Fed basically means that they are contemplating the potential growth of the economy, and intend to loosen monetary policy accordingly. A dovish tone is an indicator that interest rates are going to be slashed. A hawkish tone, on the other hand, means that the Fed is taking an aggressive stance on the monetary policy, and intends to tighten it considerably. This means that the Fed funds rate could potentially increase, along with inflation.