GO Markets Journal
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GO Markets |
- Full listing profile: GO Markets broker profile
Is GO Markets safe?
- Investor protection: no
- Regulation: ASIC Australia
- Publicly traded: no
- Segregated account: yes
- Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
- Negative Balance Protection: no
Is GO Markets trusted?
- Information transparency: high
- Customer service: prompt, helpful
- GO Markets website: highly detailed, updated
- GO Markets popularity (by visitor count): average
How GO Markets works
Where do you get all your prices from?
Our pricing is derived from top tier liquidity providers who stream prices to our platform.
“Market Maker” means that GO Markets acts as counterparty with respect to your trading activity. GO Markets set the prices (bid and ask quotes) that are provided to you and may assume the risk arising from your trading activity.
“Liquidity Provider(s)” means an external counterparty (company, bank or financial institution) that provides a buy and sell price in a financial instrument, security, or asset, and can accept trades and orders for the purposes of risk management. This may also be referred to as a Hedging counterparty.
13.8. If you provide GO Markets with standing instructions to enter into a Financial Product transaction when a particular price level is reached, you acknowledge that the price at which the Financial Product transaction is entered into may not be the same as the price requested by you as GO Markets may elect not to enter into the Financial Product transaction until it has satisfied itself that it can hedge its exposure in the Underlying Market.
e. GO Markets acts as principal in respect of the Financial Products traded. GO Markets act as a Market Maker and quotes you bid and ask prices. These prices may not necessarily reflect those of GO Markets’ Liquidity Providers.
f. GO Markets may hold Positions that are contrary to your Position resulting in potential conflicts of interest;