The gently the broker offers us the spread, the more profitable and easier it becomes for us to trade, therefore, when choosing, you always need to pay attention to this. Therefore, I chose Amarkets with a spread of 0.2 pips
williamhayes posted: Spreads are very important for me too. It is wise to go with a low spreads broker.
Yes, tight spreads are no doubt a must. But it's only variable spreads that rock my boat because I know what spread cost am I gonna be paying.
Same here, I use fixed spread brokers, Easymarkets and Fxview. They are good when it comes to volatility and the cost of trading also reduces since you can easily manage your cost beforehand. Surely helps in better money management.
All I care is that spreads should be low and tight. I don’t mind both and I use brokers that are anyway offering tight ones. Oanda, XTB, Fxview are my choice. Their platforms are easy to use and the transaction cost is also low.
inspirenez posted: All I care is that spreads should be low and tight. I don’t mind both and I use brokers that are anyway offering tight ones. Oanda, XTB, Fxview are my choice. Their platforms are easy to use and the transaction cost is also low.
From what I can tell these brokers are offering floating spreads, that’s the reason they tend to be low. It is good to look for a low spreads broker because it increases the probability of profits.
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