- Tight spreads as low as 1 pip in all major pairs
- More than 70 currency pairs and precious metals
- No commission or hidden costs
- Same spreads for all types of accounts
- Up to 50 lots (5 million) per trade on our quoted spreads
- Best execution policy
- Fractional pip pricing
We make every effort to get the best prices from our multiple liquidity providers in order to keep our spreads as narrow as possible. Our goal is to provide our clients with the lowest spreads in the industry coupled with the best execution quality.
Poor execution makes tight spreads insignificant. On many occasions, dealers that have a low spread may offer poor quality of execution by aggressively re-quoting or slipping clients’ orders, thus making it difficult for you to enter the market at the price of your choice. Some firms offer low spreads yet charge commissions on trades or levy hidden fees, thus often increasing the total cost of execution.
Trading Point offers all traders the same tight spreads, with no exceptions, regardless of account size, trade size or type of customer. No other costs or commissions are charged.
- Click here to see a table with all our spreads for micro accounts
- Click here to see a table with all our spreads for standard accounts
Fixed or variable spread
The interbank forex market has variable spreads. So does Trading Point. If you are trading fixed spreads you are in effect paying for an insurance premium since fixed spreads are typically higher than variable spreads. Therefore, unless you trade only around news events when markets tend to be more volatile your transaction cost is higher. Many forex brokers who claim to offer fixed spreads, impose restrictions on trading around news announcements. In this case your insurance is worth nothing. Trading Point enforces no restrictions on trading during news releases.
Trading Point offers its customers fractional pip pricing. This means that instead of quoting prices with four(4) digits, Trading Point allows you to benefit from the smallest price movements by adding a fifth digit (fraction). Fractional pip pricing allows for tighter spreads and the most accurate quoting possible. This pricing is the result of our efforts to get the best prices from our multiple liquidity providers.