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i trade at forex.com, usually the weekend spreads open up wide, but for some reason this week they widened up for a brief moment and then they closed up to zero pips spread.. weird.

i trade at forex.com, usually the weekend spreads open up wide, but for some reason this week they widened up for a brief moment and then they closed up to zero pips spread.. weird. submitted by whitemonkeymonkey to Forex [link] [comments]

Spread and Pip Cost Checker script for MetaTrader 4 – Free Forex EA Robots

Spread and Pip Cost Checker script for MetaTrader 4 – Free Forex EA Robots submitted by forexearobots to u/forexearobots [link] [comments]

Understanding Forex PIPs and Spread

Understanding Forex PIPs and Spread submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

Understanding Forex PIPs and Spread

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Understanding Forex PIPs and Spread

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Is this oanda or forex in general? 8+ pip spread on major pairs

new to forex, quite blown away by these spreads
So much for 24/7 trading....
is this an oanda issue or forex in general
okay im now learning oanda is shut down fri to sunday makes sense

why is there so little competition for USA brokers
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Can someone recommend an algo-friendly broker that allows you to trade algos with <$1000? (EU or US)

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Dodgy broker practices?

So this has been bothering me for a few days.
Last week I saw a trade setup on tradingview I placed on my MT5 account with my broker. Now that trade hit the stop loss but as it was a tight stop, I lost very little money and I thought it was legit until I checked tradingview.
The wick on the bar that hit my stop loss didnt exist on trading view but it was huge on my chart on MT5. Is this some sort of broker game to scam people and take their money?
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Spread in Gold vs Spread in Forex pairs...

So, let's say the spread was 50 pips for Gold and 1.2 pips for EURUSD. Doesn't this make it much easier to "win" consistently long-term on Forex than on Gold since the spread is so much lower?
If I'm not wrong, on Gold it means that if I wanted to enter at a price of say 1850.750, after spread the real entry would be 1850.250, can someone correct me if I'm wrong?
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Should my number not be green? I went short and the price is clearly below my entry :(

Should my number not be green? I went short and the price is clearly below my entry :( submitted by stuartLJ to Forex [link] [comments]

Looking for an alternative to futures trading

I don't know why people use futures, you can't customize the order size which makes it impossible to make trades relative to account size. Often times the minimum margin requirement is too high like with gold which makes it impossible to dollar cost average with smaller amounts. I like the idea of CFD's because you can trade on margin, with no expiration and the starting contract size is just one unit, instead of a large bundle. I typically risk no more than 5% on a particular trade. How am I supposed to do that with a 100 ounce gold futures contract where 1 tick equals 10 dollars? That might work for day trading but I'm a swing trader and futures aren't even good for day trading anyways.
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I have an 89% win rate over 18 trades, with a 27% profit. How many trades should I do before going live?

So I've been doing some scalping on pairs with high spreads in cryptocurrencies previously with great success, but I finally figured I'd give forex a real shot (was into it a few years ago, but didn't go live). Last time I scalped in crypto, I had 14 out of 14 successful trades, but only about a 10% profit. I haven't heard about anyone scalping the way I do in crypto, but I find my method extremely reliable when I just find the right pair to trade. This is just to say I have some experience with trading, but I'm by no means an expert.
Now, I've been scalping the past few days with a paper trading account on TradingView. I've mostly been trading the US Currency Index, S&P 500 and some crypto pairs thus far. I'm scalping on the 1m time frame using bollinger bands and looking at trends, price action and stoch RSI for confirmation on my entries. I started out with 100k a few days ago and first doubled my account to around 200k and then did a 1,3 mill trade, but I was running like 500-1000 USD per pip, so if the market turned against me, I'd be liquidated real quick. While the trades were good, I figured I was disconnected from the risk I was taking because it isn't real money, and I wanted to try doing more conservative and realistic trades, so I reset the account yesterday.
Edit (more trades done): Since the account was reset, I've done 45 trades where I've lost on two of them. If my math serves me right, that's about an 95.5% win rate. I'm up around 77.5% currently. I did lose 1500 on one trade, but that's because I by mistake placed a sell order when I was supposed to add another buy order double down on my long position, so I'm not counting that one in (but I'm not counting the 1500 I lost as profit either). I have a very strict strategy I'm sticking to when doing these scalps. I realize 45 trades is not a huge sample size, but that is kinda why I'm asking:
How many trades should I do on the paper trading account before I should run it live with confidence?
For anyone who might be interested, here's my account history: https://imgur.com/a/zuRSWwd
Edit: here's 6 trades more: https://imgur.com/a/CmbyU6n
Edit2: some more trades: https://imgur.com/a/q9xqVyq
Edit3: I think we're up to 45 trades now: https://imgur.com/a/CsWZEN7
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Really stupid question.

How come the vast vast majority end up losing money on FX when the chances of making money on a trade is 50/50?
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What's the best platform for forex trading?

Im on trading 212 at the moment but am not sure if it matters what platform I'm on
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Scalping and FX market. Is it viable long term? Fees eating up most of my profits

Hey guys, Just wanted to ask what brokers do you guys use for scalping with low fees?
Scalping as a strategy really appeals to my personality and am utilizing a strategy that has a pretty high win % at 5pips per trade. Unfortunately however the spread + commission on most brokers just seems to be such an uphill battle. I give up anywhere around 10-40% of my profits on spread + commission and just further accentuates my losses. As a result, it just doesn't seem viable in the long term. Am i missing something here?
Is scalping even profitable in the forex market? are there other markets with lower cost structures that are more viable for scalping? Futures perhaps?
Would really appreciate some of you more experienced traders to advise me here, i'm open to any suggestions.
Thanks alot :)
edit: i am from Australlia and am currently using Pepperstone razor account and primarily scalp the major usd pairs cause of the low spreads
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¿QUE BUSCAR PARA APRENDER, AL COMENZAR FOREX?

Seguramente, empezando trading, [email protected] van a buscar en Youtube o en otros medios que es el trading (existen miles de videos sobre qué es el trading).
Lo mismo pasará con otras preguntas, como para que es forex, como ganar dinero en forex o en trading, etc.
Lo que [email protected] a veces no se preguntan es como funciona o qué debo saber para operar este mercado (Forex).
Bueno. Aquí les dejaremos una serie de preguntas para que investiguen ya sea en Youtube o en Google. Estás les ayudarán a entender cómo los traders generan ganancias en los mercados. Si ya sabes que es forex y trading busca lo siguiente: ¿
Que son los pips?
¿Que son los lotes en Forex?
¿Que son los spreads?
¿Que son los soportes y resistencias?
¿Que es una tendencia en el trading?
¿Como usar tradingview?
¿Como usar Metatrader?
¿Que brokers son buenos para forex?
BONUS - PSICOLOGIA DE TRADING Busca esta información donde quieras ya sea en videos o en artículos. Si tienes preguntas no dudes en dejarlas en un comentario abajo de este post, o publicarla tú mismo en el feed de la comunidad. Si te sirvió de algo el contenido publicado no olvides compartirlo con [email protected] que sepas que les interesa el tema y de por sí ya trabajan en ello.
OTRO BONUS por habernos leido hasta el final
Busca que son las ondas de elliot y los niveles de fibonacci en forex o trading...
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Kaldıraç Nedir?

1970’li yılların başlarında Bretton Woods anlaşmasının sona ermesi ile birlikte döviz kurlarında başlayan volatilite, swap benzeri türev ürünlerin hayata geçmesine imkan sağladı. Her geçen gün gelişen teknolojinin katkısıyla da günümüze gelindiğinde kaldıraçlı türev piyasalarda banka ve benzeri finansal kuruluşların yanı sıra bireysel yatırımcılar da oldukça dar spread oranları ile kolayca işlem yapma fırsatı yakaladılar. Türkiye’de özellikle son 10 yıldır gelişen forex piyasaları, 2012 yılından itibaren SPK regülasyonu gereği forex piyasalarında işlem yapma imkânı sağlayan finansal kuruluşların denetlenmeye başlanması ile kaldıraç oranı kullanarak daha yüksek hacimli işlem yapma fırsatından yararlanmak isteyen büyük-küçük tüm yatırımcıların ilgisi artmaya başladı.

Forex’te Kaldıraç Örneği

Forex piyasalarında sıkça kullanılan ve yatırımcılar tarafından risk unsuru olarak görülen “kaldıraç” kavramını netleştirmek için bir örnek üzerinden gidelim. FinansolineFX’de 1/100 kaldıraç oranı seçeneğiyle forex hesabı açan Ahmet Bey’in, başlangıç teminatı olarak hesabına 1.000 USD yatırdığını düşünelim. Ahmet Bey’in yatırmış olduğu bu teminat ile açabileceği maksimum pozisyon büyüklüğü 100.000 USD ( 1.000 x 100 ) ‘dir. Maksimum pozisyon büyüklüğünün burada altını çizmek gerekiyor. Çünkü yatırımcıların kullanmış olduğu işlem platformuna bağlı olarak emir ekranında açmış olduğu pozisyonun nominal büyüklüğü de görülebilir, lot cinsinden değeri de. Eğer Ahmet Bey forex piyasalarında en sık kullanılan işlem platformlarından biri olan MetaTrader4 platformunda USD/TRY paritesinde işlem yapıyorsa, emir ekranında “volume” olarak görülen alanda “ 1 “ seçerek 1 lot’luk pozisyon açmış olur. Açmış olduğu pozisyonun nominal büyüklüğü de 100.000 USD olur. Artık Ahmet Bey ‘in hesabındaki 1.000 USD, USDTRY fiyatının her bir pip yükseliş / düşüş ‘ünde 100.000 USD ‘lik bir pozisyonun karını veya zararını içerecek şekilde artar veya azalır.
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Forex trading - deciding on a forex broker

The foreign currency market is the largest of all of the trading markets with an almost unbelievable 5 trillion dollars changing hands each day. Until recently Forex trading was consigned to heavy weight traders and brokers who could afford the high minimum trading amounts required.
However, the recent appeal of trading online has prompted a further development in the foreign exchange boom. Increased leverages are now not just available for the big scale traders but also for the starter and lower volume speculators. Whereas minimum deposits were at one time in the thousands of dollars range now they are in the hundreds. Nowadays, a trader can enter the foreign exchange with little more than a credit card, a Forex trading account and a laptop or PC. The boom has led to a number of brokers entering the market to meet the demand in online trading, but getting a suitable broker out of so many options can be difficult.
Deciding on a Forex broker
Take a look at this list of fundamentals to think about when making your selection of a suitable Forex broker:
Foreign currencies
All Forex brokers provide the "majors" as pairs to trade upon. These principal moneys include the US dollar (USD), the Japanese Yen (JPY) and the British pound (GBP). Further brokerages host platforms that have the alternative to exchange lesser known moneys. The more sluggish Forex currencies or"exotics" encounter even more volatility as opposed to the "majors" which can provide intriguing trading options. If you are planning on trading on one of the weaker, "exotic" currencies make sure that it on the list of currencies to invest with on your broker of choice's platform. In short make sure that you work with currencies that you have an interest in.
Trades
A lot of currency brokerages have reduced their minimum deposits to as low as $100. Higher leverage sums which were formerly only made accessible for expert traders are currently on hand for the lower end traders. The good thing about this is that with a 50:1 leverage, on a trading account of $1,000 the user can now sustain a place of $50,000. Be careful to remember, however, that leverage is a sort of financial loan, whilst the strength of your account is markedly increased the potential sum to be lost is also boosted.
Regulation
Each one of the leading Forex firms will have made sure that they are listed by one or more of the main regulatory authorities. For a user to observe that a company is fully regulated shows that the brokerage service is a serious operation devoted to fair market procedures. Signing up for membership with an unregulated broker is not advised, even more so with such a wide choice of regulated brokers out there..
Minimum amounts for deposit
Every broker will designate a minimum deposit amount prior to the start of trading. Smaller deposit amounts can be put down using beginner or low volume trading accounts whereas the high roller accounts require higher minimums to begin. As there are such larger numbers of brokers operating the initial deposit amounts can play a significant role as each company pushes for your custom by trying to out compete rival companies with more tempting welcome offers. You will notice that it can be to your gain if you browse a little.
Commissions and Spreads
Forex brokerages profit though commissions and spreads. The broker's commission can either be set on a per transaction basis or over a set of transactions. The spread refers to the amount between the actual and the bidding prices of a currency or currency pair. Usually the spread is comes in at around 3-5 pips.
Margins
It is not unconventional for a broker to require that you fund your account with an advanced amount of capital to counter balance any potential losses that may be experienced. This advanced amount is known as a margin or margin requirement. Be sure that the conditions of the margin requirement are suited to your degree of trading.
Trading Platforms
The most widespread platform in the online Forex market is the Meta trading platform. It is very reliable and can be accessed both on your computer and your mobile device. Some brokers use their own proprietary trading platform as well so it is advisable to take the time to find out how trusted it is and whether there are any interruptions between messaging between their platform and the actual foreign exchange.
Support
See if you can get as much information as possible about the level of support available with a broker. Good indicators of a broker's level of service can include the trading education materials they have and if there is a live chat option. Together with this, many top companies display documentation, tutorials and eBooks to educate you on how to improve your chances of achieving profitable returns and cutting down minimising the risks.
Forex trading involves risks. You can minimise the risks by researching your broker and testing out your trading strategy thoroughly.
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2.5 years and 145 backtested trades later

I have a habit of backtesting every strategy I find as long as it makes sense. I find it fun, and even if the strategy ends up being underperforming, it gives me a good excuse to gain valuable chart experience that would normally take years to gather. After I backtest something, I compare it to my current methodology, and usually conclude that mine is better either because it has a better performance or the new method requires too much time to manage (Spoiler: until now, I like this better)
During the last two days, I have worked on backtesting ParallaxFx strategy, as it seemed promising and it seemed to fit my personality (a lazy fuck who will happily halve his yearly return if it means he can spend 10% less time in front of the screens). My backtesting is preliminary, and I didn't delve very deep in the data gathering. I usually track all sort of stuff, but for this first pass, I sticked to the main indicators of performance over a restricted sample size of markets.
Before I share my results with you, I always feel the need to make a preface that I know most people will ignore.
Strategy
I am not going to go into the strategy in this thread. If you haven't read the series of threads by the guy who shared it, go here.
As suggested by my mentioned personality type, I went with the passive management options of ParallaxFx's strategy. After a valid setup forms, I place two orders of half my risk. I add or remove 1 pip from each level to account for spread.
Sample
I tested this strategy over the seven major currency pairs: AUDUSD, USDCAD, NZDUSD, GBPUSD, USDJPY, EURUSD, USDCHF. The time period started on January 1th 2018 and ended on July 1th 2020, so a 2.5 years backtest. I tested over the D1 timeframe, and I plan on testing other timeframes.
My "protocol" for backtesting is that, if I like what I see during this phase, I will move to the second phase where I'll backtest over 5 years and 28 currency pairs.
Units of measure
I used R multiples to track my performance. If you don't know what they are, I'm too sleepy to explain right now. This article explains what they are. The gist is that the results you'll see do not take into consideration compounding and they normalize volatility (something pips don't do, and why pips are in my opinion a terrible unit of measure for performance) as well as percentage risk (you can attach variable risk profiles on your R values to optimize position sizing in order to maximize returns and minimize drawdowns, but I won't get into that).
Results
I am not going to link the spreadsheet directly, because it is in my GDrive folder and that would allow you to see my personal information. I will attach screenshots of both the results and the list of trades. In the latter, I have included the day of entry for each trade, so if you're up to the task, you can cross-reference all the trades I have placed to make sure I am not making things up.
Overall results: R Curve and Segmented performance.
List of trades: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. Something to note: I treated every half position as an individual trade for the sake of simplicity. It should not mess with the results, but it simply means you will see huge streaks of wins and losses. This does not matter because I'm half risk in each of them, so a winstreak of 6 trades is just a winstreak of 3 trades.
For reference:
Thoughts
Nice. I'll keep testing. As of now it is vastly better than my current strategy.
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Super beginner question

Hey, so I have a really basic (and probably really dumb) question about trading forex. I aim to scalp forex and one of the problems I hear is that spreads will eat up your profits. I am trying to understand why one couldn't simply place their limit orders at the midpoint between bid and ask - wouldn't this negate the problem of spreads? With the liquidity of some pairs like EUUSD I'm assuming it wouldn't be hard to get filled somewhere in between, or is this not the case?
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Forex Trading Basics Reddit - Forex Glossary Terms For Beginners

Forex Trading Basics Reddit - Forex Glossary Terms For Beginners

What is Forex - Terminology

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The FOREX market is the largest financial market in the world. On a daily basis, trillions of dollars are traded in different currencies around the world.
Being FOREX the basis for international capital transactions, its liquidity and volume are much greater than any other financial market. It is estimated that the average volume traded by the world's largest stock exchange, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in a full month, is equal to the volume traded daily in the Forex currency market. In addition, it is estimated that this volume will increase by 25% annually.
80% of transactions are between the US dollar (USD), the euro (EUR), the yen (JPY), the British pound (GBP), the Swiss franc (CHF), and the Australian dollars (AUD) and Canadian (CAD).

What is traded in the Forex market?

We could just say that money. Trading in FOREX simultaneously involves buying one currency (for example euros) and selling another (for example US dollars). These simultaneous purchase and sale operations are carried out through online brokers. Operations are specified in pairs; for example the euro and the dollar (EUR / USD) or the pound sterling and the Yen (GBP / JPY).
These types of transactions can be somewhat confusing at first since nothing is being purchased physically. Basically, each currency is tied to the economy of its respective country and its value is a direct reflection of people's perception of that economy. For example, if there is a perception that the economy in Japan is going to weaken, the Yen is likely to be devalued against other currencies. In other words, people are going to sell Yen and they are going to buy currencies from countries where the economy is or will be better than Japan.
In general, the exchange of one currency for another reflects the condition of the health of the economy of that country with respect to the health of the economy of other countries.
Unlike other financial markets such as the stock market, the currency market does not have a fixed location like the largest exchanges in the world. These types of markets are known as OTC (Over The Counter). Transactions take place independently around the world, mainly over the Internet, and prices can vary from place to place.
Due to its decentralized nature, the foreign exchange market is operated 24 hours a day from Monday to Friday.
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Forex Trading Basics - Basic Forex Terminology

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As with any new skill that is learned, it is also necessary to learn its terminology. There are certain terms that you must know before you start trading Forex. Here are the main ones.

• Major and minor currencies

The 8 most widely used currencies (USD, EUR, JPY, GBP, CHF, CAD, NZD, and AUD) are known as “ major currencies ”. All other currencies are called " minor currencies ." You don't need to worry about minor currencies, as you probably won't start trading them for now. The USD, EUR, JPY, GBP, and CHF currencies are the most popular and most liquid currencies on the market.

• Base currency

The base currency is the first currency in any currency pair. It shows how much the base currency is worth against the second currency. For example, if the USD / CHF has a rate of 1.6350, it means that 1 USD is worth 1.6350 CHF. In the forex market, the US dollar is in many cases the base currency to make quotes, the quotes are expressed in units of $ 1 on the other currency of the pair.
In some other pairs, the base currency is the British pound, the euro, the Australian dollar, or the New Zealand dollar.

• Quoted currency

The quote currency is the second currency in the currency pair. This is often referred to as a "pip-currency" and any unrealized gains or losses are expressed in this currency.

• Pip

A pip is the smallest unit of the price of any currency. Almost all currencies consist of 5 significant digits and most pairs have the decimal point immediately after the first digit. For example EUR / USD = 1.2538, in this case, a pip is the smallest change in the fourth decimal space, which is, 0.0001.
A notable exception is the USD / JPY pair where the pip equals $ 0.01.

• Purchase price (bid)

The buying price (bid) is the price at which the market is ready to buy a specific currency in the Forex market. At this price, one can sell the base currency. The purchase price is displayed on the left side.
For example, in GBP / USD = 1.88112 / 15, the selling price is 1.8812. This means that you can sell a GPB for $ 1.8812.

• Sale Price (ask)

The asking price is the price at which the market is ready to sell a specific currency pair in the Forex market. At this price, you can buy the base currency. The sale price is displayed on the right-hand side.
For example, at EUR / USD = 1.2812 / 15, the selling price here is 1.2815. This means that you can buy one euro for $ 1.2815. The selling price is also called the bid price.

• Spread

All Forex quotes include two prices, the bid (offer) and the ask (demand).
The bid is the price at which the broker is willing to buy the base currency in exchange for the quoted currency. This means that the bid is the price at which you can sell.
The ask is the price at which the broker is willing to sell the base currency in exchange for the quoted currency. This means that the ask is the price at which you will buy. The difference between the bid and the ask is popularly known as the spread and is the consideration that the online broker receives for its services.

• Transaction costs

The transaction cost, which could be said to be the same as the Spread, is calculated as: Transaction Cost = Ask - Bid. It is the number of pips that are paid when opening a position. The final amount also depends on the size of the operation.
It is important to note that depending on the broker and the volatility, the difference between the ask and the bid can increase, making it more expensive to open a trade. This generally happens when there is a lot of volatility and little liquidity, as happens during the announcement of some relevant economic data.

• Cross currency

A cross-currency is any pair where one of the currencies is the US dollar (USD). These pairs show an erratic price behavior when the operator opens two operations in US dollars. For example, opening a long trade to buy EUR / GPB is equivalent to buying EUR / USD and selling GPB / USD. Cross-currency pairs generally carry a higher transaction cost.

• Margin

When you open a new account margin with a Forex broker, you must deposit a minimum amount of money to your broker. This minimum varies depending on each broker and can be as low as € / $ 100 at higher amounts.
Each time a new trade is executed a percentage of your account margin balance will be the initial margin required for a new trade based on the underlying currency pair, current price, and the number of units (or lots) of the trade. .
For example, let's say you open a mini account which gives you a leverage of 1: 200 or a margin of 0.5%. Mini accounts work with mini lots. Suppose a mini lot equals $ 10,000. If you are about to open a mini lot, instead of having to invest $ 10,000, you will only need $ 50 ($ 10,000 x 0.5% = $ 50).

• Leverage

Leverage is the ratio of the capital used in a transaction to the required deposit. It is the ability to control large amounts of dollars with relatively less capital. Leverage varies drastically depending on the broker, it can go from 1: 2 to even 1: 2000. The most common level of leverage in Forex can currently be around 1: 200.

• Margin + leverage = dangerous combination

Trading currencies on margin allows you to increase your buying power. This means that if you have $ 5,000 in account margin that allows you a 1: 100 leverage, you can then buy $ 500,000 in foreign exchange as you only have to invest a percentage of the purchase price. Another way of saying this is that you have $ 500,000 in purchasing power.
With more purchasing power you can greatly increase your potential profits without an outlay of cash. But be careful, working with a high margin increases your profits but also your losses if the trade does not progress in your favor.
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Why is spread so high?

Is it something to so with the pandemic i dont understand, normal spread for me right now is like 26-30, on EuUSD its like 17-25. Someone explain?
EDIT: I don't mean the times when market opens or closes I'm talking about normal trading hours
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It’s just built into the bid/ask spread! How is the Spread in Forex Trading Measured? The spread is usually measured in pips, which is the smallest unit of the price movement of a currency pair. For most currency pairs, one pip is equal to 0.0001. An example of a 2 pip spread for EUR/USD would be 1.1051/1.1053. Currency pairs involving the Japanese yen are quoted to only 2 decimal places ... Wenn Sie sich für den Handel mit Devisenpaaren oder den CFD Handel interessieren, dann ist Ihnen der Begriff Pip oder Pips zweifellos bereits begegnet, denn hierbei handelt es sich um eine gängige Terminologie im Forex Trading.. Was ist ein Pip? Ein Pip ist eine Kursveränderung um einen für den betroffenen Markt spezifischen Wert. Er ist eine Standardeinheit, um zu messen, wie stark sich ... Forex Pip Rechner Kontowährung: Transaktionsgröße(T): Einheit . Berechnen. Währung Preis Standard Lot (Einheit 100,000) Mini Lot (Einheit 10,000) Micro Lot ... Forex currency pairs are quoted in terms of 'pips', short for percentage in points. In practical terms, a pip is one-hundredth of one percent, or the fourth decimal place (0.0001). Ideally it would be great to choose a top 0 pip spread forex broker every time. If you agree, then this is the perfect place for you. Here we will take a closer look at exactly what zero pip spread trading in forex is, how it can benefit you, and how you can get started if that is what you are looking for. We will give you the lowdown on what many people consider to be the top 10 forex brokers ... And to help you to be an expert like that, you can start it from the basic things about Forex which is pip and spread.You are not going to find the precise definition on pip and spread in a dictionary for they are special terms to use in Forex trading. But it does not necessarily mean that pip and spread are hard to understand. Just take your time and learn as much as you can from here. Right ... Pip im Goldkurs. Quelle: MetaTrader 5 Supreme Edition, Gold, Datum 08.04.2019 um 17:21 Uhr. Bitte beachten Sie: Vergangene Performances zeigen keine zukünftigen Resultate an und sind kein verlässlicher Indikator für zukünftige Performances. Müssen immer Spread UND Kommission gezahlt werden? PipSpread - Information about forex, currency trading, Pip, Spread. Learn about Forex market, forex broker for scalping, hedging and news. The same applies to low spread currency pairs that are commonly traded on Forex. Low spread is very important for frequent traders for which every part of the pip movement makes a difference. Let's start with the most commonly traded currency pair, EUR/USD. EUR/USD pair, spreads from 0.1 pips! Spread / Daily Range = 1.5% (the lower the better) The most traded pair with around 20% of total ... Pip Forex: Einheit beim Devisenhandel; Kleinstmögliche Veränderung der letzten Kommastelle bei einer Währung; Spread wird in Pips ausgedrückt. Spread ist die Differenz zwischen Ankaufs- und Verkaufswert. Einfache Formel zur Berechnung des Pips; Nutze die top XTB Konditionen für den Forex-Handel! Investitionen bergen das Risiko von Verlusten. 1. Was ist ein Pip? Ein wichtiger Fachbegriff ...

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