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ECN Forex Brokers
(No Dealing Desk + STP + DMA + ECN)

*To be able to compare commission rates, we list them all as "Commission per round turn (100K)".
There are different ways of listing commission rates:
Example: $6.00 per round turn lot (100k) = $3.00 per side (100k) or $3.00 per 100K USD traded = $30.00 per million USD traded or $60.00 per million USD traded round turn = 0.006% of the trade.


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trader

May 7, 2011

The minimum deposit for Deltastock Level 2 accounts is 100$ not 1000$


BrokerGuru

May 4, 2011

Great!
Thank you for the update. Will be added.


trader

May 4, 2011

Pepperstone out of Australia has recently come out with an MT4 ECN. It is called the Razor account and commission is only $3.50AUD/100K traded and claim to have low spreads


BrokerGuru

April 27, 2011

Thank you for your feedback!

Yes, brokers use API's to connect to the price feed of their liquidity provider(s). For traders, API features allow to connect to Forex broker's trading server in order to send quick direct trading commands without the need of using the regular client application interface.

We don't have the list of brokers who use Trade Navigator, since it's a very specific search parameter. You're the first trader to ask about Trade Navigator brokers.


Ms. R. Gafoor

April 27, 2011

Thanks for the information.

Ms. R. Gafoor


trader

April 27, 2011

I assume API's are used to plug-in your 3rd party charting package for example.

Since nobody asked nor it is listed in the search criteria, anyone knows which ECN brokers accept Trade Navigator for executing automated trades? This ofcourse besides the one listed on Trade Navigator website as being "partners".

Just want to say that after reading these long comments I am better informed than I was.
Keep up the good work.


BrokerGuru

April 17, 2011

AAAFX is a DMA broker - STP with Direct Market Access.
More information can be found here: DMA Forex brokers


trader

April 17, 2011

This was the more useful Forex article i read in all my life, utra good. Congrats.

Can someone inform me about XTB and AAAFX ? Are them ECN or STP or Markets Makers ?

Thanks a lot


BrokerGuru

April 17, 2011

Hi Adrian,

dbfx is a dealing desk broker & a veteran of the Forex industry.


trader

April 14, 2011

Consider MB Trading (ECN)


Adrian

April 14, 2011

Hi BG,
Ani information about dbFX?
Thanks,
Adrian


trader

April 13, 2011

LIteforex is scam!!!!!!!!!!! no pay!!!


BrokerGuru

April 13, 2011

Plus500 is a dealing desk broker.
Traders' feedback and reviews on forums and sites should help with reliability question. (We don't provide such evaluation or rate brokers).


Adrian

April 13, 2011

Adrian
Any information about Plus 500? Are thei able to provide true ECN?
How is their reputation and reliability?
Thanks


BrokerGuru

April 12, 2011

No, I haven't heard about that.
Dukascopy - ECN broker, for example, has recently introduced XAU/USD for trading.


trader

April 12, 2011

Hi BG,

Is it true that true ECN broker cannot offer commodities (Gold, Silver, etc) and Oil/Gas to their clients because there is no proper ECN market for them?

Thank you.


Thinkforex IB

April 9, 2011

I'm IB from thinkforex
thinkforex use ECN no commission but tight spread
location at Currenex

register under me as IB and get offer
http://thinkforex.com/ [... Censored. Referral links are not posted...]


BrokerGuru

April 7, 2011

HY Markets is a market maker.
LiteForex was a market maker, but now STP.


trader

April 7, 2011

Hi , I can't find HY Market and LiteForex the ECN/STP list, are HY Market and LiteForex market marker?


BrokerGuru

April 5, 2011

ThinkForex does have commission:
See "Pricing Setup" and "Commission" lines here: http://www.thinkforex.com/accounttypes/.

MT4 Pro and Speed Trader accounts should be ECN.


trader

April 5, 2011

Hi Bg

thinkforex listed under ECN broker but they didn't charge commission, can it be real ECN broker or STP?

Thank You!


BrokerGuru

March 31, 2011

"Kerford Investment Limited operates as a primary market maker and broker-dealer Firm."
Reference link: http://www.kerfordfx.com/webpages/forms.html


trader

March 31, 2011

there is a company named Kerford which is not on list,
Is it a market maker? stp? ecn??


BrokerGuru

March 31, 2011

Broker CyberSearch will answer this and many other questions. Give it a try!


trader

March 31, 2011

What about minimum money requirement in these brokers?
Which one is accepting less than 500$?


BrokerGuru

March 28, 2011

A quote from Trading-Point's email: "...As per license it is yes; but due to the nature of the business we conduct
its in reality STP as all orders are bridged as were on market execution and not instant execution from default."

We listed it the way the broker recommended us, and more so we apprecitate an honest sragith-forward clarification of the question. The rest is up to you.

(P.S. Could be similar to IBFX's case, where under NFA requirements they must tell clients that their operate MM+STP model, while in fact clients trade under STP conditions).


trader

March 28, 2011

In Trading Point's "Terms and Conditions," Item 10 states that they can act as a Market Maker, and to the detriment of the client.


BrokerGuru

March 23, 2011

Listed. Thank you!


trader

March 22, 2011

FxPro now offers ECN trading.
https://www.fxpro.com/trading/conditions/ecn
https://www.fxpro.com/trading/conditions/ecn/forex

This is the trading platform:
https://www.fxpro.com/downloads/platforms/ecn


trader

March 18, 2011

This is a clear information. Thank you very much


BrokerGuru

March 17, 2011

Trading Point relied to us that the real execution type is STP as all orders are bridged as were on market execution and not instant execution from default.


trader

March 17, 2011

Trading Point told me they are STP, but in their Terms they state they are market maker. Which is it?


BrokerGuru

March 12, 2011

Marketiva is a dealing desk broker.


trader

March 12, 2011

plz how about marketiva.com


trader

March 11, 2011

I' m with MB Trading and very happy, they are a true ECN wth No Dealing Desk. Their spreads are tight, fills are fast and commissions are low. MB Trading is my preferred broker.


BrokerGuru

March 10, 2011

V3FX - I haven't heard about them till today.
If you look at their account types, there is a column about execution: "Instant". Instant execution is offered by Dealing desk brokers, while NDD brokers offer Market execution only.

By accounts:
MT4 Retail account: Instant execution;
MT4 Premium: also instant execution, although they say on other pages, it's NDD. Mistake? I don't know, since the site looks new, despite the fact that the domain name was registered in July 2010, and in fact this page (http://www.v3fx.com/) at the bottom today still has the new site default texts: "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet..."


trader

March 10, 2011

Hello,

I am simply very impress with your article. Can you help me to know about V3FX broker?
Is it trustable or not? ECN or STP.

Thank you.


trader

March 7, 2011

I work with http://nordfx.com/ Great brocker!


BrokerGuru

March 7, 2011

Thank you!

@trader: Windsor Brokers - Market maker.

@trader: what are your options if a broker doesn't return the money?
please see by latest reply on this page: http://www.100forexbrokers.com/reviews-ratings


trader

March 7, 2011

hi guru,thanks for all your help on forex and brokers so far, tru this website i found my kind of broker but lately i encounter a problem,i made money from a broker and they refuse to send me my money, what can i do to get my money from them


trader

March 7, 2011

EXCELLENT WEBSITE ABOUT FOREX BROKERS WITH TRUE TRANSPARENCY IN THE ENTIRE INTERNET WORLD.


trader

March 7, 2011

What about windsorbrokers..i dont see them on the list above..
are they STP/ECN or market makers??

thx.


BrokerGuru

February 26, 2011

Sorry, I'm not sure what "genuine" is supposed to mean.
Pepperstone is a registered and regulated company, see details:
http://www.100forexbrokers.com/reviews-ratings/pepperstone


julius

February 26, 2011

julius
is pepperstone a guinuine broker?


BrokerGuru

February 26, 2011

Pepperstone is an STP, not ECN.


trader

February 26, 2011

is pepperstone an ECN or STP dealer
thank you


trader

February 25, 2011

so far i'm happy with fxprimus, it's an STP with fixed, variable, and ECN choices


trader

February 24, 2011

A very helpful article. I have lost alot of money through the DD brokers and one thing I had noted was that whenever I place an order the opposite side starts to move and very fast sometimes till I now hedge which means whichever way I go there will be some money lost. Interesting.


BrokerGuru

February 15, 2011

@trader: There are negative reviews for every broker, and reading thought reviews might be frustrating.
Take a look at the Step #4 in the article How to choose a Forex broker?, which teaches how to approach/filter reviews.
I would highly suggest to ask ACM about their demo vs real account conditions, and ask to explain what differences might be there once you go live. I'm sure, if you put the right questions, the stuff will be able to give you accurate answers.
We can't recommend brokers here, our goal is to collect facts, so that traders can make an educated choice.

4runnerforex cannot be compared to ACM - a veteran of the Forex business.

4runnerforex is a new off-shore company (British Virgin Islands), and has no regulations. They are new to this business (since 2010). They have few reviews, and the fact that all of the reviews are so far 5 stars is a bit disturbing if you ask me.
I'd like to be wrong. But so far, with all respect to 4runnerforex, the company needs a lot to prove before it can be trusted to the same level as ACM.

@subrata: Thank you!

@trader: A good set of questions here: 10 Questions to ask your broker
Plus some more:
- Is company regulated? Where I can check it?
- How well is it capitalized?
- How long has it been in business?
- Who manages the firm and how much experience does this person have?
- Who are your clearing brokers/banks, how many clearing partners do you have?
- How much volume does your company transact each month?
- Are my funds protected? What are the guarantees?
- Does the company run a dealing desk?
- How often will I get re-quotes, slippage during trading?


trader

February 15, 2011

I was wondering what some really good questions would be to ask a Broker to see how credible and honest they are?



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