I dont think you are going to get many replies from those that use this because I doubt many would sign up with them. There are two types of brokers in this market. The first type charges their clients just the difference between the bid and the ask. The other brokers charge the spread and the difference between the bid and the ask. Generally these brokers have lower spreads and tend to be cheaper then brokers who just charge the bid and ask spread. For example: lets say Broker 1 charges just the spread between the bid and the ask. Lets say their spread for EUR/USD is 2 pips. Lets say you enter a position of 1M. Your cost for the trade going in is $200. Now lets say you place the same trade with Broker 2 who charges spread and commission of $20 per M. Lets say the spread fluctuates between .5 to 1 pip for EURUSD. Your cost for the trade going in would be between $50 to $100 plus the $20. If all things are equal meaning that both brokers give a similar charting package, quality execution, fair market pricing then why would you pay an extra $80? Making that same trade with FXExpress your cost going in would be $600. My question to you is why would you think about trading with FXExpress? It's like saying I bought a house for a million dollars from Broker A because he only charged me a $10,000 dollar commission instead of buying from Broker B because he charged me $20,000 even though he could have sold me the house for $950,000. Makes no sense right? So I ask again why would you want to pay more for the same asset?Ignored
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