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Anyone know Zero or fixed spread broker?

manirex
Oct 14 at 04:51
posts 18
Really need your guys help… I am keen to fxcm trading station platform but unfortunately I checked with fxcm they do not provide a zero spread or fixed spread market . Any recommendation or advise on zero spread broker or fixed spread broker? Tq

Seb King (sebking1986)
Oct 20 at 12:11
posts 152
I mentioned on another thread that some will offer raw spread which while not fixed is often very low. The key factor is looking at the balance of spreads and commissions. Normally a fixed or variable low spread broker will charge more in commission and vice versa. They have to make money from these methods so one will normally offset the other. Try and find a balance of the two.

If you can't spot the liquidity then you are the liquidity.
skihav
Oct 20 at 13:13
posts 363
Have you ever tried to work with any of them, or are you just choosing?

Jordan5ith
Oct 26 at 08:25
posts 28
I currently trade with some of the lowest spread brokers known as FP Markets. I suggest trading with it because it averages from 0.0 pips to 0.3 for most parts of the day.

skihav
Oct 26 at 13:10
posts 363
Nowadays, not all companies can offer such working conditions ...

aa33030
Oct 27 at 22:39
posts 26
The broker Fxglory.com offers fixed spreads

Pezza
Oct 30 at 18:04
posts 44
sebking1986 posted:
I mentioned on another thread that some will offer raw spread which while not fixed is often very low. The key factor is looking at the balance of spreads and commissions. Normally a fixed or variable low spread broker will charge more in commission and vice versa. They have to make money from these methods so one will normally offset the other. Try and find a balance of the two.

Great advice there. I think it's all about finding the balance that works with your trading style. At the end of the day the brokers have to make money too. I prefer a broker that is upfront with costs, no one likes hidden charges.

croisssan
Oct 31 at 09:42
posts 499
If I'm not mistaken, then the broker from Amarkets offers exactly the conditions that you wrote about.

Tradextol
Nov 02 at 07:36
posts 57
There are brokers that offer zero fixed spreads, though commissions might be high. But you can also go for a variable spread broker like turnkeyforex which has quite low spreads, specially on majors and commissions are also low. So your overall trading cost will be low.

Chelsea Blacks (blackChelsea)
Nov 03 at 09:48
posts 98
Any specific reason for a fixed spread broker?
I found variable ones more appropriate as in volatile sessions I easily get spread close to 0.3 pips on both fxview and IC Markets. I don't know much about fixed spread brokers but heard that slippage is the main issue. How do you check if the price you are looking for is true or not I mean in respect to interbank rates? Also, aren't commissions too high with such?

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