A forex swap is the interest rate differential between the two currencies of the pair you are trading, and it is calculated according to whether your position is long or short. The swap charge is applied should you hold the position at the daily rollover point, which is 00:00 server time and known in forex trading as ''tomorrow next'' or ''tom next''.
You can simply change your trading account password within the FXTRADING.com client portal. Under ''Funding Options'', you will find options for ''Change Master Password'' and ''Change Investor Password''.
To change your trading account password on MT4 platform, please log into your MT4 platform, click on ''Tools'', then ''Options''. Under the ''Server'' tab, click on ''Change password''. Then, enter your current password, followed by your new password, then click OK.
You cannot change your account type while you have open positions. However, once all of your positions have been closed, you can apply to change your account type. To do that, please contact our customer service team or your account manager directly.
In accordance with Australian client money rules, FXTRADING.com's Australian client’s funds are held in segregated trust accounts with National Australia Bank (NAB). This trust account is separated from FXTRADING.com's corporate/operational fund accounts to ensure the safety of our client's money.