Roche Futures offers demo accounts for our Meta Trader 4, xStation 5 and Roche Futures Trader platforms, . In addition to this we offer specialized services for account managers and VIP clients.
Our wide range of markets include access to the multi-trillion-a-day Inter-bank Currency Market (Forex), Commodity CFDs (including Spot Metals and Energy), and Stock Index CFD instruments.
Demo trading accounts are the perfect way to practice forex trading in a risk free environment before committing any of your own money to the markets. Our demo accounts are completely free. By registering you also gain access to our exclusive trading tools and services through City West Direct.
Available for Meta Trader 4, xStation 5, and Roche Futures Trader
Maximum demo balance of 500,000 (recharge as often as you like)
Leverage from 1:1 to 1:500
Available in USD, EUR, GBP, CHF, JPY, AUD
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Demo Account Questions
Do you offer demo accounts?
Yes. At Roche Futures we recognize the value of practicing with a demo account since demo accounts help beginners learn how to trade and allow experienced traders to experiment and test new strategies in a risk-free environment.
We offer free demo accounts to anybody that registers with us.
How do I open a demo account?
It is very easy to register for a free Roche Futures demo account. To do so, click on the blue ‘Try Demo’ icon on the City West homepage, or click here. Enter your details into the fields of our online form and click ‘Submit’.
Are demo accounts limited in any way?
s an Roche Futures client, you can open as many demo accounts as you please. Demo accounts are unlimited, can be used for as long as you wish, and can be recharged with funds at any moment. Please note, however, that while you can trade on your demo account for an unlimited period of time, MT4 & xStation demo accounts will be deactivated if they show no activity for a period of 30 days.
Our MT4 and xStation demo accounts are limited to a maximum of 70 open positions. In addition, while demo accounts present real market conditions and prices, they are simulations only, which means that during highly volatile or illiquid periods such as market openings or news announcements, they may not behave in the exact same manner as real accounts.
Since similar trades requested on real and demo accounts may be treated differently during volatile periods, it is strongly recommended that demo accounts are viewed primarily as a learning tool for inexperienced traders or a place for testing new trading strategies.