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Profit Model

Full interpretation of RELY profit model

The vast majority of our revenue comes from spreads, and a small portion comes from other expenses. RELY is committed to building long-lasting and stable customer relationships and provides rich trading tools for wise, courageous, and decisive traders. We want clients to trade profitably We regard customer benefits as the core of our business model We only hedge when all client positions are biased in the same direction We continue to improve trading tools to help customers make profit We are committed to building lasting, stable and trusting customer relationships Where does RELY's revenue come from? The profit model of our leveraged products (such as CFDs) mainly comes from the spread between the buying and selling prices based on market prices. The cost of any transaction has been included in these two quotes (commonly referred to as the purchase price and the selling price), so you will find that the buying price is usually slightly higher than the market price, and the selling price is usually slightly lower than the market price. Sometimes, you need to pay other fees when you trade RELY Is RELY committed to making money from customer losses? Do not. Our business model is based on earning fair and reasonable transaction fees by providing individual traders with trading opportunities in the global financial markets. As we all know, the road to a successful transaction is by no means one-step, and may be long and difficult. Most traders in the market may lose money. However, we will not profit from the losses of losing traders. In most cases, the positions of our customers will be mutually offset. For example, if customer A buys one gold CFD, customer B sells one gold CFD, covering both trading directions. This means that RELY will not be at risk due to the profit or loss of both customers. Instead, our profit comes from the spread that customers need to pay for transactions. Sometimes, if most customers in a market trade in the same direction, at this time, in order to protect our own risk exposure, we will hedge in the target market. For example, if customers A and B both buy (BUY) gold CFDs, we may buy actual gold futures to cover the corresponding amount we should pay when these two customers make a profit. Trading auxiliary resources To assist you in smooth trading, we invest heavily in upgrading technology to provide you with diverse educational resources and professional customer service