Dislikedlol, why is fxopen punishing people? mt4 is faster than java based platforms.Ignored
Ping them and show us the evidence.
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DislikedHere are two for just after 10 am EST. Again first one is standard and second one is VWAPIgnored
DislikedIt's easy to see these differences if you open a live account.
And no I don't use FXDD now.
To be honest, as far as I know, the best retail Currenex brokerage is CyberAgentFX in Japan. Their spreads are the tightest and no commission, but they accepts people who live in Japan only.
More importantly the Currenex's retail ECN is no more stable than before.Ignored
DislikedWould you be kind enough to explain what you mean by DOM?
Thanks for the feedback. So I assume based on my question you are knowledgable with FXDD itself and the 2 platforms?
Do you currently hold your acct with FXDD and if so are you happy with powertrader?Ignored
DislikedLooks good, Venge. Thanks for taking the time to post these screenshots. How's the order execution been thus far?Ignored
Dislikedhaha! Went to short EUR/CAD when it was around the 1.3370s and found out that although they opened my account very quickly, they didn't link my funds to it! I thought something was weird when I logged in yesterday for the first time and didn't see my account balance in the usual place. Emailed them about it today so hopefully they'll have this fixed overnight. So i guess I could say that at the moment their order execution is lousy!Ignored
DislikedSeeing the screenshot of LCGFX's currenex, I would have expected liquidity to be much higher....
I cannot see how that kind of liquidity would be attractive to big traders.
One might as well trade the futures at the CME then...
Here is the order book:
If you trade less than 2M the LCG's Currrenex is ALWAYS better than CME futures. CME has spreads on eurusd between 1 and 2 , always worse than LCG's CNX.Ignored
DislikedWhere did you saw those screenshots?Ignored
DislikedRemember; futures are quotes in 4th decimals...If futures is quoting 10M per side and in FX you have 1M per 5th decimal...thats making 10M as well...Ignored
DislikedHere you go guys! ptarmigan is correct that you can see pricing and liq. on their demo, but their live feed offers much more liq. and prices are a bit better on avg.
I'll take some more screen shots tmrw. when London and NY overlap. Just remember this a little bit ago but highlights the big drop of in liquidity from 5 - 6 pm EST.
On screenshot is VWAP and the other is just standard. Note: the one with many orders is standard and the one below that with far fewer is the VWAP (Volume Weighted Average Price).Ignored
DislikedI'm just surprised that liquidity isn't higher on most CNX platforms, considering that FX is always touted as THE most liquid market there is while in reality it seems much easier for the little guy to dabble in the index and bond futures where liquidity is plenty and spreads are tight if not tighter.
With regard to trading less than 2M per click, you are certainly correct, there are better alternatives to futures.Ignored
Dislikedthanks for the screenshots
their spreads are not competitive at all from what im seeing here..e.g bigger than 1.0 for eur/usd ...Ignored
DislikedI'm talking about Vengeances screen shots in this thread.
Yes, I know, however, I have never seen 1M per every 5th decimal quoted, at least not on the "retail" CNX platforms.Ignored
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