Fullerton Markets Journal
|Journal status: |
Fullerton Markets |
- Full listing profile: Fullerton Markets broker profile
Is Fullerton Markets safe?
- Investor protection: no
- Regulation: not regulated
- Registration: FSA SVG
- Publicly traded: no
- Segregated account: yes
- Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
- Negative Balance Protection: yes
Is Fullerton Markets trusted?
- Information transparency: high
- Customer service: prompt, helpful
- Fullerton Markets website: uninformative, updated
- Fullerton Markets popularity (by visitor count): average
How Fullerton Markets works
Fullerton Markets offers the best liquidity with the lowest latency connection to our extensive Tier One liquidity partners. All trades at Fullerton Markets are executed directly with the market without requotes.
Fullerton Markets employs “Straight Through Processing” (STP), passing on customers’ trades directly to our Tier One Liquidity Providers.
Do you run a dealing desk? Are you a market-maker? No, Fullerton Markets is a Straight-Through-Processing (STP) broker. We do not deal against our clients or manipulate prices.
How do I request for Negative Balance Protection? You may request via Fullerton Suite (https://secure.fullertonmarkets.com/) >> “Submit a Request” at the top left hand corner.
The Company is always the counterparty (or principal) to every trade; therefore, if the Client decides to open a position in a Financial Instrument with the Company, then that open position can only be closed with the Company.
By entering into this Agreement the Client acknowledges that he/she understands and agrees that the Company is the sole counterparty and therefore when the Company executes a transaction for (or with) the Client it may be engaging in a similar trading for (or with) other clients, Company’s affiliated companies, or for own account, subject to the provisions of Applicable Regulation. Even though the Company may transmit the Client’s order to the Liquidity Provider(s) for execution, the Company will still be the contractually counterparty to the Client.
The Company executes Client’s orders at the best Bid and Ask prices as derived from Company’s Liquidity Providers. The Company relies on third party liquidity providers for prices and available volume (“market depth”) and therefore execution of Client’s orders will dependon the pricing and available liquidity of the providers.
What is an ECN Spread?
ECN spread is the raw spread usually accessible to banks and institutions only. It is the tightest spread and we offer it to all our clients. A commission of USD10 (or its equivalent) per lot traded is chargeable. ECN CFDs commissions are charged at USD10 per USD100,000 contract value traded.