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Two broad types of ‘insurance’ for fx accts
Some brokerages will sell you a ‘put’ on your performance, insuring all or part of your account equity for a premium of 0 to 10% of your account equity. All these policies have various requirements, ‘traps’, and ‘gotchas’ in the terms and conditions... like - Some companies require you to wait a year after making a claim to take out another policy. etc, etc.
Any brokerages offering FDIC level insurance on deposits are NOT insuring losses due to your trading. FDIC insurance only covers losses from ‘failure’ of the ‘bank’