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MT4 ECN Forex brokers




Besides MT4 ECN, some Forex brokers may also offer regular non-ECN accounts.
To avoid mistakes, spend an extra minute to compare account types and conditions on brokers websites.

Your MT4 ECN account should have such conditions as: "ECN, Market execution, variable spreads, commission rate" and should never have such keywords as "Instant execution, fixed spreads, no commission"


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trader

January 6, 2010

also, dukascopy offers a bank guarantee at 100k which is superior to most brokers out there. that means if they go under or away, your money is with a swiss bank in this case, not the broker i believe I heard normal mt4 accounts will be available in 3 weeks (hopefully they actually make the deadline) and minimum is either 5 or 10k. I'm thinking it is 10k


BrokerGuru

January 5, 2010

I've updated pages, thank you.


trader

January 4, 2010

varengold is an STP broker. they use a bridge built by roustech. I know this because i talked to they guys who run that company and thought they offered individual traders bridges but they only build them if you're a broker and varengold is one of their user of that bridge that is like Boston technologies


trader

January 3, 2010

Among the MT4 ECN brokers, what would be your top choices for scalping. Also do the swiss brokers have any advantage over the others.


BrokerGuru

January 3, 2010

I would have to check about Dukascopy's MT4.
Regardless the platform, I would scalp with Dukascopy and also (I never tried but would be interested to test) Broco.
At the moment, Swiss brokers have no major advantages over other brokers which are properly regulated in their countries.
But to continue dealing as a Swiss broker nowadays companies have to apply for a banking license.
When we have all applications satisfied for brokers who applied for a license, then such Swiss Forex brokers will have a distinctive advantage: you will receive a superior level of protection with a regulated Swiss bank.

Update: Dukascopy's platform is MT4 ECN.


trader

January 3, 2010

Hi,

Dukascopy luanch MT4 platform as test only but i see in their platform compare table that PlaceBid/Place Offers order is not acceptable with their MT4 platform.If their MT4 is STP/ECN or not?Also one_click Mode is not available with MT4.

Would you please advise about these matters.

Regards


BrokerGuru

January 2, 2010

It is a separate (non bridged to MT4) Currenex platform.


trader

December 31, 2009

hi BG,
MBCFX have an institutional account what about that please.


BrokerGuru

December 30, 2009

Great, thank you!


trader

December 29, 2009

Hi BG

Dukascopy just launch mt4 platform
http://www.dukascopy.com/swiss/english/forex/dealstation/

Thank You!


BrokerGuru

December 24, 2009

Yes, that's another MT4 ECN. Thanks a lot!


trader

December 24, 2009

how about broco investor?


BrokerGuru

December 23, 2009

After a conversation yesterday with their representative they clearly stated that they are not STP, but ECN with MT4-ECN integration (bridge). What was your answer?


Angelo

December 23, 2009

Hi,
Varengold Bankfx is not ECN Broker

Angelo


Rahman S.

December 21, 2009

Hi BG,

Thanks again for your most valued advise and I will must certainly go with MB Trading...plus they have a lesser minimum entry money.

Cheers & all the best.

Rahman S.


BrokerGuru

December 20, 2009

Hi Rahman S.,

I think with Pronetfx I was waiting for a confirmation email that they are using MT4 ECN bridge, not a separate MT4 and ECN. I haven't got a reply back. I'll check it this week.

Either way, out of two brokers, you'd be better off with MB Trading, even after finishing comparing two brokers, MB Trading is a fully regulated broker while Pronetfx is not regulated.

For any broker there will always be negative reviews - with lots of clients there will be newbies and professionals, who wrote what review is not always easy to find out. Either way, listen to reviews of course, but pick the most important facts: 0. regulation 1. withdrawal processing, 2. platform stability, 3. execution speed (when scalping or trading small time frames), 4. trading cost, 5. everything else.

Whichever broker you choose, deposit small amount at first, trade for a week or two, if satisfied, then stay and top up, if not - close account and move on. Good luck!


Rahman S.

December 20, 2009

Dear BG,

I see that you have listed both Pronetfx & MB Trading as ECN broker.
However, Pronetfx is not listed here and yet I have downloaded MT4 from their site for a demo account (though still have not been activated due to off-market condition).

Reason I write this is, as I have mentioned elsewhere on your site, I am about to leap into your world and is still debating on these two forex brokers.
However, I am sort of leaning towards MB Trading due to their lower spread, but hesitant due to a bad review on the "Brokers review" section.

Any advise???

Thanks & Regards

Rahman S.



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