Live Spreads

What is a Spread?

The difference between the bid and ask price is known as a spread. Forex currencies are always quoted in terms of the current price compared to another currency since traders always trade one currency for another. They are written in pairs to make things easier. For example, AUD/USD (Australian Dollar/US Dollar, where AUD is the “base currency” and USD is the “counter currency”). This would be written as 1.5/1 if it cost $1.5 AUD to buy $1 USD.

You will discover some of the lowest spreads in the business if you opt to open and trade on a HotTrades Platinum or Diamond account. Trade on institutional-grade liquidity received straight from some of the world’s largest banks, with no mark-up on our end. Hedge funds no longer have exclusive access to such liquidity and ultra-tight spreads as low as zero.

Industry leading low Forex spreads

Our feed is collected from the most reputable liquidity providers and banks. When examining spreads on the MetaTrader 4 platform, you may see feeds from up to 70 different institutions. We can offer industry-leading spreads as low as 0.0 pips on RAW ECN accounts and 1.0 pips on Standard STP accounts due to this diversity. Spreads on the majors can go below 1-pip during liquid times – the common forex spreads are listed below.

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