TIGHT SPREADS AS LOW AS 0.6 PIPS
Forex Premium strives to offer the best possible trading conditions – including fixed spreads which never change – no matter how volatile markets are. We offer conditions and contract sizes that are accessible to everyone – from novice to experience traders with small minimum contracts and competitive leverage.
Beyond the competitive conditions we offer, Forex Premium clients also receive negative balance protection, segregated client accounts and free guaranteed stop loss.
To keep spreads as narrow as possible, we aim to get optimal prices from all our liquidity providers. Real time prices are aggregated from liquidity providers in order to offer best bid and ask prices to clients. Our electronic pricing engine allows us price updating on every currency pair three times per second, and thanks to this our prices reflect the current global forex market levels.
Forex Premium offers tight spreads to all clients, irrespective of their account types and trade sizes. We recognize the fact that tight spreads only make sense for our clients if they can trade with them. This is the reason why we attribute great importance to our execution quality.
FIXED OR VARIABLE SPREADS?
Forex Premium operates with variable spreads, just like the interbank forex market. Because fixed spreads are usually higher than variable spreads, in case you trade fixed spreads, you will have to pay for an insurance premium.
Many times, forex brokers who offer fixed spreads apply trading restrictions around the time of news announcements – and this results in your insurance becoming worthless. Forex Premium imposes no restrictions on trading during news releases.
FRACTIONAL PIP PRICING
Forex Premium also offers fractional pip pricing to get the best prices from its various liquidity providers. Instead of 4-digit quoting prices, clients can benefit from even the smallest price movements by adding a 5th digit (fraction).
With fractional pip pricing you can trade with tighter spreads and enjoy most accurate quoting possible.