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What's your recommendations on brokers for scalping? Based on experience

Carlos122
Apr 20 at 05:36
posts 35
For scalping It is better to use a low commission broker with tighter spreads, which is why I trade with FP Markets after blowing several accounts with other brokers such as ICM and XM.

The spreads in FP Markets start from as low as 0.0 pips and they are stable even during highly volatile market movements with a commission cost of $6 per turn lot.
ElijahM
Apr 27 at 10:19
posts 23
For scalping, I prefer trading with FP Markets, an ASIC broker, with spreads averaging at 0.0 pips for most parts of my trades with faster execution speed.
Parker09
May 03 at 06:31
posts 51
For scalping, I recommend trading with Global Prime or FP Markets. They provide good trading conditions with a lower commission cost of $7 per turn lot in GP and $6 per turn lot in FP Markets.

I mainly use FP Markets because the spreads are stable even when the market is highly volatile and the execution is quicker than most ECN brokers.
momo3HC
May 04 at 11:03
posts 288
Zander09Arie posted:
robindude posted:
Oh how low is the commission between these two?
fxview - $2 rt and pepperstone- $7 rt.
Better to avoid Pepperstone. and it's not only because of the high commissions.
GordonDenzil
May 05 at 06:53
posts 51
I agree with trading with FP Markets as well, since they are suitable for scalping with their low commission cost, which is $3 per lot, and the execution speed is faster than most ECN brokers.

But the only drawback to FP Markets is that they are not available for clients in the US or Canada.
BarronLucas
May 09 at 08:32
posts 31
Based on my experience with several brokers in the past, I recommend trading with Avatrade or FP Markets for sclaping because their spreads averaged around 0.2 pips with the lowest commission costs than most ECN brokers.

Their trading conditions are robust and the spreads in FP Markets are stable even during highly volatile market news events.
ElliotEll
May 10 at 11:06
posts 24
Scalping requires a platform with quick order execution along with tight spreads. So my main focus is on a smooth trading platform (with rare slippage issues) and to reduce overall cost, tight spreads are also a must. In this regard, fxview, tickmill and hycm are some good brokers that suit well to the scalpers.
Jamerson
May 16 at 09:09
posts 23
Based on my experience, I recommend trading with FP markets for sclaping. It is a suitable broker because the spreads start from as low as 0.0 pips and the commission cost is lower when compared to most ecn brokers.

The spreads are also stable during high volatile market situations with faster execution speeds and good customer support team.
Nakedize
May 20 at 14:33
posts 46
For scalping, I’d recommend coinexx, eaglefx and trader’s way, as they offer tight spreads and fast trade execution.
Ebin
May 30 at 09:31
posts 40
I'm a scalper as well, I recommend trading with FP Markets, the spreads are lower, averaging around 0.3 pips and even lower in certain major pairs like EURUSD. The commission cost is $6 per round lot and there are no additional internal fees for deposits or withdrawals.
momo3HC
May 30 at 20:17
posts 288
Nakedize posted:
For scalping, I’d recommend coinexx, eaglefx and trader’s way, as they offer tight spreads and fast trade execution.
Absolutely agree with the second one.😉
Bradley88
Jun 16 at 08:48
posts 43
I have traded with several brokers in the past and burned many accounts due to scalping. Currently, I trade with FP Markets, an ASIC broker, with some of the tightest spreads that start from as low as 0.0 pips with a commission cost of $6 per round lot.
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