Exness divides its account into various types, but to make it easier for traders to choose, they have been grouped into 2 big categories: Standard and Pro.

Exness provides a variety of account types, each tailored to a particular trading style. The two main categories are Standard and Pro, in which every account type offers a unique set of minimum initial deposit, leverage, commission, spread, maximum accounts, position sizes, margin call level, stop out level, and order execution. Here is the comparison, which is established based on such aspects.

Exness Standard Vs Pro Accounts

 

Minimum Initial Deposit

  • Standard: With reference to the payment system (mostly $10 in bank transfers and e-wallets except for Perfect Money).
  • Pro: At least $200 (determined by the country of residence).

In general, the minimum initial deposit refers to the minimum amount of money required to open an account. Exness Pro account's larger minimum deposit requirement makes it ideal for professional traders, while the Standard account's low minimum deposit makes it the more affordable choice for novice traders.

 

Leverage

  • Standard and Pro: 1:Unlimited

Leverage refers to a trading feature to increase one's exposure to the market by allowing them to trade bigger than what they have in their balance. Brokers typically offer leverage in the range of 1:50, 1:100, or 1:500. But for Exness accounts, the maximum leverage can go up to 1:unlimited for both Standard and Professional.

 

Commission of Trading

  • Standard: None
  • Pro: From $0.2 each side per lot

A broker can charge a commission for each transaction in a trading account. Exness does not apply any commission to Standard accounts since it's considered enough to charge clients with spreads. However, Pro accounts are conditioned to charge a minimum commission of $0.2 for one trade side per lot standard. It means that traders need to pay up a minimum commission of $0.4 per closed trade.

 

Spread

  • Standard: From 0.3 pips
  • Pro: From 0.0 pips

Spread is a term for describing the difference between a forex broker's sell rate and buy rate when exchanging or trading currencies. Standard accounts have a minimum spread starting at 0.3 pips. Pro accounts, on the other hand, have a minimum spread starting at 0.0 pips, making them more popular with professional traders who want to reduce spreads.

 

Maximum Accounts per Personal Area and Trading Terminal

  • Standard and Pro:
    • Real MT4 - 100
    • Real MT5 - 100
    • Demo MT4 - 100
    • Demo MT5 - 100

The term Trading Terminal refers to the portion of the trading platform used by the client to transmit orders to the company. The purpose of these restrictions is to lighten the burden on exchange servers. Traders should be aware that this figure includes both blocked and archived trading accounts.

 

Maximum and Minimum Trade Sizes

  • Standard and Pro:
    • Min: 0.01 lots (1K)
    • Max: 200 lots from 07:00 – 20:59 (GMT+0), and 20 lots from 21:00 – 6:59 (GMT+0)

The limits are determined by the instruments traded. Exness is actually quite flexible in putting maximum limits as seen in the time adjustments above. Furthermore, there is no difference between Standard and Pro accounts.

 

Margin Call

  • Standard: 60%
  • Pro: 30%

This margin call occurs when a broker asks a trader to boost their margin in order to maintain an open leveraged position. The percentages above refer to the level after which the equity decreases to the required margin.

 

Stop Out

Standard and Pro: 0%

When your margin level reaches a certain percentage (%), it reaches the "Stop Out Level", at which point your broker will automatically close all of your open trades (referred to as liquidating). By setting the stop out level at 0% at Standard and Pro accounts, Exness won't instantly close positions when traders' equities are down to a certain level.

 

Order Execution

  • Standard: Market Execution
  • Pro:
    • Instant: Forex, Metals, Indices, Energies, Stocks
    • Market: Cryptocurrency

An order to purchase or sell a security in the market is completed when it is executed. However, both types are equipped with their respective supporting systems. Standard accounts only support Market Execution, whilst Pro accounts support Instant Execution on the majority of instruments. Be mindful that while Market Execution gives traders more control over their intended pricing, it also increases the likelihood of requotes.

 

Conclusion

To conclude, each set may aid you to decide which account fits your business. Standing between these two options, you may need an easier comparison of each account. As such, here's a table to compare both accounts based on the abovementioned aspects

📂AccountStandard AccountsPro Accounts
💲Minimum deposit$10 (generally)$200
⚖Leverage1:unlimited1:unlimited
💸CommissionFrom $0.2 each side per lot
🔢SpreadFrom 0.3 pipsFrom 0.0 pips
📊Maximum accounts100 on each Real and Demo accounts (MT4 & MT5)100 on each Real and Demo accounts (MT4 & MT5)
📈Maximum trade size20 lots and 200 lots (depending on the time)20 lots and 200 lots (depending on the time)
📉Minimum trade size0.01 lots0.01 lots
☎️Margin call level60%30%
⛔Stop out level0%0%
Order executionMarket ExecutionInstant and Market Execution (depending on the instruments traded)

 


Exness is a forex and CFD brokerage that serves clients to trade across multiple markets with the most stable and reliable pricing in the industry. Their features include spreads as low as 0 pips and maximum leverage of 1:unlimited.