The maximum amount you can invest in a single trade differs per product.
For example, in the case of 'stocks' the maximum is usually £10.000. This means: If you open a position for £2.000 with a Multiplier of x5, this equals this maximum of £10.000 (5x 2.000 = 10.000).
However, other products can have different limits.
Currencies, for example, have a limit of £200.000 for a single position.
Please keep in mind:
- The absolute amount you can invest is dependent on the amount of money that is in your BUX Account.
You also cannot put your whole account into one trade only (this rule applies to account values exceeding £500 - Why? Have a read here).
- A part of your total account value is reserved (called Ring Fenced). This amount is not available for trading as it functions as a back-up for possible fees.
Tip: If you want to invest more money in a certain stock or product, you can always open more than one position. You could for example open 2 positions of £10.000 in the same stock.
Reminder: You can never lose more on a trade than your invested amount (see: why can I never lose more than I invest?)!