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Do you prefer fixed spreads or dynamic spreads?
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TheLastBear

Member Since Jul 03, 2012  186 posts TheLastBear Oct 23 2012 at 14:12
I have never traded with a broker who offered a fixed spread.

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cornix

Member Since Jul 21, 2011  14 posts Cornix (cornix) Oct 27 2012 at 14:50
I prefer as tight spread as possible, fixed or floating is not so critical, but don't recall trading with fixed for a long time.

dvejn

Member Since May 24, 2011  92 posts dvejn Nov 09 2012 at 23:07 (edited Nov 09 2012 at 23:08 )
My account has not spread. spread is 0. best of

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cfxsignals

Member Since Jun 21, 2012  18 posts Trader Owen (cfxsignals) Nov 09 2012 at 23:40
I have an account that is fixed spread and it is actually really good for trading during the asian session.

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RollingStones74

Member Since Nov 09, 2012  76 posts David (RollingStones74) Nov 12 2012 at 07:20
dvejn posted:
My account has not spread. spread is 0. best of

cheers


Is it even possible? Do you have some sort of other commission or what?

I have never traded with fixed spreads, so I assume in this way it's like average spread for the whole period. Must be very high... I trade with dynamic spreads for now and I am quite satisfied.

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TheLastBear

Member Since Jul 03, 2012  186 posts TheLastBear Nov 13 2012 at 12:08
It is possible and yes it usually come with a commission from the broker.

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myfxpt

Member Since Aug 06, 2011  345 posts Gary Sharp myfxpt com (myfxpt) Nov 13 2012 at 20:01
Makes no difference to my trading startegy...

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RollingStones74

Member Since Nov 09, 2012  76 posts David (RollingStones74) Nov 14 2012 at 03:23
myfxpt posted:
Makes no difference to my trading startegy...


What strategy do you use? I mean it may have no difference if you trade on large time frames...

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myfxpt

Member Since Aug 06, 2011  345 posts Gary Sharp myfxpt com (myfxpt) Nov 14 2012 at 04:12
Good point. I trade D1 timeframe.

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brokersstaragent

Member Since Oct 15, 2012  29 posts brokersstaragent Dec 12 2012 at 09:33
I usually don't mind about this stuff since I adjust my strategy for each. I can understand why brokers offer dynamic spreads ('cause I work for one) as the price erratically fluctuates. Fixed spreads just offer more risk for the broker in a volatile market.

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