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ASIC Australia
Investor protection
Fund protection
Publicly traded
Restricted countries
Not serving
х Canada, Iran, North Korea, US, Vanuatu
Broker type
MM, DMA, ECN pricing
Dealing book
A+B hybrid book, A-book
Execution speed
LPs total
LPs quality
Tier-1 Banks, ECNs, MTFs, Other
LPs names
Bank of America, Citibank, Commerzbank, Credit Suisse, Currenex, FastMatch, GSA Capital, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, LMAX, Lucid Markets, MUFG, Morgan Stanley, Natixis, Nomura, RBS, SEB, SMBC

Minimum Deposit
200 $
1000 $
400 : 1
500 : 1
Minimum Lot
0.01 lots
0.01 lots
EURUSD spread
1 pips
0 pips
0 $/lotRT
7 $/lotRT
100 lots
100 lots
Margin Call
80 %
80 %
Stop Out
50 %
50 %
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  • Investor protection: no
  • Regulation: ASIC Australia
  • Publicly traded: no
  • Segregated account: yes
  • Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
  • Negative Balance Protection: no

Is FXTRADING trusted?

  • Information transparency: high ★★★★★
  • Customer service: prompt, helpful ★★★★★
  • FXTRADING website: highly detailed, updated ★★★★★
  • FXTRADING popularity (by visitor count): low visits ★★


No dealing desk intervention

FXTRADING.com do not have a dealing desk, so our traders do not experience requotes or price manipulations.

Unrestricted trading environment (EA’s and Scalpers Allowed)

FXTRADING facilitate your trades, not hinder them. We allow scalpers and EA’s (expert advisors) to trade in an unrestricted environment and offer excellent trading conditions for EA’s, Robots, Scalping and high frequency trading.

Institutional grade liquidity

FXTRADING.com offer raw spreads which start from 0 pips, as we connect to deep institutional liquidity sourced from over 25 top-tier banks and ECN liquidity providers such as Fastmatch, LMAX and Currenex.


Hedge Contract means a contract between FXTRADING.com and a Hedge Counterparty on the same, or substantially similar, terms as the Foreign Exchange Transaction (including if one or more Foreign Exchange Transactions from you and other clients which in aggregate correspond with the Hedge Contract).

Hedge Counterparty means a Market Participant with whom FXTRADING.com enters into a Hedge Contract to hedge FXTRADING.com’ exposure to a Foreign Exchange Transaction.

15. Hedge Counterparty arrangements

15.1 In respect of each CFD entered into between you and FXTRADING.com, FXTRADING.com will use its best endeavours either to acquire the relevant Reference Asset or enter into a Hedge Contract with a Hedge Counterparty on terms that FXTRADING.com determines reasonably corresponds with your CFD.

15.2 When you dispose of a CFD, FXTRADING.com will try to dispose of the relevant Reference Asset or Close Out a corresponding Hedge Contract with the Hedge Counterparty, whichever is applicable.

5.8. We and our related bodies corporate may enter into Transactions with you as principal, whether in respect of Financial Products able to be traded on a Financial Market or in respect of overthe-counter Transactions such as Derivatives or Foreign Exchange related Transactions. If permitted by law and the Rules, we or an associate may take the opposite position in a Transaction with you. Your Orders may match opposite Orders of another person who is our client, and this may entitle us to receive commission from both sides of the Transaction. Similarly, if we deal as principal, then your Orders may match opposite Orders entered by us as principal or as agent for others and you authorise us to charge you commission in respect of your Transaction in those circumstances.


2.1 Key Features of FXTRADING.com Products

▪ FXTRADING.com Products are sophisticated, high-risk, over-the counter financial products issued by FXTRADING.com. They are not exchange-traded.

▪ Each FXTRADING.com Product which is agreed and entered into with you will be entered into by FXTRADING.com as principal. FXTRADING.com makes a market in its products since it regularly states the price at which it is prepared to deal with a client as principal.

Generally the spread quoted for the FXTRADING.com Products on your FXTRADING.com Trading Platform are competitive, but you should be aware that FXTRADING.com is responsible for setting the spread quoted for opening and closing.

3.8 Pricing Model You may only trade in and out of FXTRADING.com Products by using FXTRADING.com’s prices. FXTRADING.com offers FXTRADING.com Products prices based on a market making pricing model where the price available to FXTRADING.com is derived from its dealings with its Hedge Counterparties.

FXTRADING.com may hedge its exposure to clients with FXTRADING.com Products at any time on or after the time it issues the FXTRADING.com Products and may later change that at any time. FXTRADING.com hedges with its Hedge Counterparty (not by placing orders directly into the market). FXTRADING.com’s Hedge Counterparty takes the other side of the transaction it makes with FXTRADING.com and it in turn may choose not to place its hedge contacts directly in the market or it might hedge directly into the market.

Trading with FXTRADING.com for its FXTRADING.com Products carries an automatic risk of actual conflicts of interests because FXTRADING.com is acting as principal in its FXTRADING.com Products with you and FXTRADING.com sets the price of the FXTRADING.com Products. The policy used by FXTRADING.com is that as principal it issues the

FXTRADING.com Products to you based on the price it gives you, not by acting as broker to you. FXTRADING.com obtains its price by dealing with its Hedge Counterparty.


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