Live Trading

Self-trades are generally considered to be non bona fide transactions. However, there can be instances where genuine trading intentions within the same firm result in self-trades. Such trades can occur in the course of normal trading when I order from two independent trading strategies coincidentally interact with each other, or orders originated from the same trading desk match with each other due to technical and operational limits of the existing infrastructure (such as matching engine technology.

Unique benefits of a 24 hour market

You can trade forex 24 hours a day, five days a week. The foreign exchange markets are worldwide and therefore follow a 24-hour global timetable. The trading week for forex begins on Monday morning in Sydney, Australia and follows the sun westward as the world’s major capital markets open and close from Tokyo to London and finally closing on Friday evening in New York.

React to global trading opportunities whenever they arise. Trade when it’s convenient for you. Take advantage of periods of higher volatility when markets overlap.

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Designed for high-volume currency traders, you’ll enjoy exceptional customer experiences tailored to your unique needs.Reduced trading costs by up to 15% with cash rebates.One-on-one support from an experienced Market Strategist.Reimbursement on bank fees for wire transfers.

A good trading plan is crucial to your trading success. Not only will it help you meet some of your trading goals, it will help you define the way you trade, what you're willing to risk and how you protect yourself when a trade doesn't go your way.

Trade Your Way

Our market strategists provide you with personalized guidance and support when you need them most. Make the most of the tools to succeed. Personalised demonstrations of our advanced charting and trading tools.

Learn how to use technical and fundamental analysis to make informed decisions. Improve your trading performance. Ongoing support to help ensure your trading strategy meets your trading goals.

The balance between flexibility, performance and speed in our trading platforms means you don't have to compromise. Take advantage of innovative features, charting tools, integrated trade ideas and more. Trade with confidence and benefit from the reliability of a trusted broker with a proven record of stability, security and strength.

REDUCE YOUR TRADING COSTS

Earn cash rebates of up to $10 per million traded and get bank fees on wire transfers reimbursed.

Enjoy dedicated one-on-one support from a highly trained Market Strategist that can help you with your trading plan.

Get invited to exclusive events and previews of our products. Our platforms exceed expectations. Currencies allow you to speculate on both rising and falling markets.

Gain full exposure with just a small initial deposit (with increased leverage comes increased risk).

Monthly cash rebates of up to $10 per million dollars traded with our Active Trader Program.

Forex Liquidity

Liquidity refers to how active a market is. It is determined by how many traders are actively trading and the total volume they’re trading. One reason the foreign exchange market is so liquid is because it is tradable 24 hours a day during weekdays. It is also a very deep market, with nearly $6 trillion turnover each day.

Although liquidity fluctuates as financial centres around the world open and close throughout the day, there are usually relatively high volumes of forex trading going on all the time.

Forex Volatility

Volatility is the measure of how drastically a market’s prices change. A market’s liquidity has a big impact on how volatile the market’s prices are. Lower liquidity usually results in a more volatile market and cause prices to change drastically; higher liquidity usually creates a less volatile market in which prices don’t fluctuate as drastically.

Drastic and sudden movements are also possible in the forex market. Since currencies are affected by so many political, economical, and social events, there are many occurrences that cause prices to become volatile.

It's Your World

A minimum initial deposit of $10,000 or trade $25M in a calendar month to automatically qualify for Active Trader. Continued eligibility is contingent on total quarterly trade volume of at least $50M or an average account balance of at least $25,000. The Average Savings displayed above are based on average savings a client may have received after rebates based on Forex.com standard Typical Spreads for the previous month. Typical spreads represent the median spread offered during the month.

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Rebates will generally be posted to the account within five business days of the following month, but there may be occasions where the process takes longer. You should not use rebates as a basis of any trading decisions in your account, including to satisfy your total margin required. Additionally, rebate credits are not intended to limit your liability in respect of your trades and may not be used to set-off any payment obligation you have to us. Please refer to the margin and liquidations section of the website to understand our policy.

Market Gaps

Gaps are sharp breaks in price with no trading occurring in between. Gaps can happen moving up or moving down. In the forex market, gaps primarily occur over the weekend because it is the only time the forex market closes. Gaps may also occur on very short timeframes such as a one-minute chart or immediately following a major news announcement.

Gaps can give an idea of market sentiment. When a market gaps up, that means there were zero traders willing to sell at the levels of the gap. Gaps can give an idea of market sentiment. When a market gaps up, that means there were zero traders willing to sell at the levels of the gap.

Market Slippage

Slippage is the difference between the expected price of a trade and the price at which the trade actually executes. Market gaps can cause slippage which may affect stop and limit orders – meaning they will be executed at a different price from that requested.

If there is a gap, generally that is a signal to stay out of the market. Gaps can show strength in the direction of the gap or they can “close” by having prices move in the opposite direction of the gap to at least where the gap began. If there is a gap immediately before the entry of a trade, it may be wise to cancel the trade.

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