Precious Metals

Access to the world’s most valuable metals, such as gold and silver. You can take advantage of their price movements without having to own them.

Did You Know?

Precious metals’ performance is a general indication of larger economic conditions such as inflation and global risk. Metals such as gold, silver, and platinum are valued by many investors as a hedge against inflation or a safe haven in times of economic instability.

Get leverage up to 500:1

Trading available for gold, silver, platinum & palladium

No trading restrictions

The minimum trade size is 0.01 lots

Deep liquidity

While the utmost effort is made to keep the below table up-to-date, changes may happen that are not reflected on this site. Please always refer to the contract specifications seen in the MT4 Trading Platform for the most accurate information.

Instrument
Name
STP Minimum
STP Average
ECN Minimum
ECN Average
XAGUSD-
Silver
0.31
0.33
0.01
0.03
XAUUSD-
Gold
22.0
25.0
12.0
16.0
XAUEUR-
Gold (EUR)
25.0
28.0
15.0
19.0
XPTUSD-
Platinum
0.56
0.58
0.26
0.28

Rollover

Rollover takes place at 5 pm New York (EST) every day. Any positions open at 5 pm are considered to be held overnight and are subject to rollover. Positions opened at 5:01 pm will not roll over until the next day, whereas a position opened at 4:59 pm will roll over at 5 pm. Rollover rates are updated based on current interest rates and view it on the MT4 platform.

Leverage

At Juno Markets, you can trade with leverage up to 500:1 for STP accounts, 1000:1 for ECN accounts. To learn more about our account types, click here.

Trading Hours

Traditionally, Precious Metals trading is available from 1:00 to 24:00 GMT Monday to Friday. Due to volatility during the market opening and closing, spreads can widen significantly. To limit the widening of spreads, Juno Markets opens 1 minute past 1 am closes 1 minute before 12 am GMT Monday through Friday.

Margin Call and Stop Out Levels

When a margin call occurs at a 100% margin level, clients are prevented from opening new positions. For ECN accounts, a margin level of 50% will trigger automatic liquidation (stop-out) of positions to protect the remaining equity in the account. For STP accounts, this stop-out occurs at a 30% margin level. When multiple positions are open, stop-outs will first target the positions with the highest drawdown to minimize potential losses.