Price Markets Journal

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Price Markets Profile
Year
2013
Country
UK
Branches
1
Regulation
FCA UK
Investor protection
Fund protection
UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
Publicly traded
no
Restricted countries
Not serving
х US
Broker type
DMA, ECN pricing
Dealing book
A-book
Tier
3
Execution speed
1 ms
LPs total
5
LPs quality
Other
LPs names
Xenfin Capital , Forex Capital Markets, LMAX, Velocity Trade International, X-Trade Brokers

Price Markets Accounts
DMA
Minimum Deposit
5000 $
Leverage
30 : 1
Minimum Lot
0.01 lots
EURUSD spread
0 pips
Commission
7 $/lotRT
Volume
...
Margin Call
50 %
Stop Out
...
Execution
Market
Spread
floating
Scalping
yes
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Is Price Markets safe?

  • Investor protection: UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
  • Regulation: FCA UK
  • Publicly traded: no
  • Segregated account: yes
  • Guaranteed Stop Loss: no
  • Negative Balance Protection: yes

Is Price Markets trusted?

  • Information transparency: high ★★★★★
  • Customer service: ...
  • Price Markets website: highly detailed, updated ★★★★★
  • Price Markets popularity (by visitor count): low visits ★★

How Price Markets works

Execution Model

Price Markets always acts as a Matched Principal broker. Price Markets, will never assume risk on trades done by clients to ensure there is no direct conflict with a client. Price Markets will hedge all client orders and the Firm will not take the risk of holding the position opposite of the client.

Price Markets is the counterparty to all trades a client undertakes and there is no counterparty relationship created between a customer and any liquidity provider.

Price Markets uses its proprietary Best Execution Algorithms (“BEX”) to determine pricing and order routing from multiple price sources. Depending on best bid and best offer, along with size and latency of the price displayed to clients, Price Markets may match a client order with another clients’ order. This results in Price Markets receiving income from both clients and also off-setting all risk from one client to another. In the event of a tie between two price sources the BEX algorithm matching engine will select the “newest” price source to execute the trade subject to other execution criteria such as speed or likelihood of execution and the characteristics of the client.

https://pricemarkets.com/wp-content/uploads/Order_Execution_Policy.pdf

5) Retail Clients are also given the required Negative Balance Protection, which ensures that any losses will not exceed the total available funds.

https://pricemarkets.com/wp-content/uploads/General_Terms_and_Conditions.pdf

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