Spread is the cost of trading. The spread between the buy and the sell price, which is always displayed on your trading screen.
For example, if the EUR/USD trades at a sell price of 1.28007 and a buy price of 1.28021, the difference (1.4) is the spread GNTFX's technical possibilities and access major banks as our liquidity providers allows us to establish minimum spreads for trading on any account. We always work on improving the spreads and fills for our clients to give them the best instruments for trading. GNTFX offers true ECN accounts with spread as low as 0.2 on EURUSD. Equally important to low spread is good fills.
Do not be fooled by low spread if you do not get good fills. Good fills means that your positions are opened at the requested price and closed at the requested price. GNTFX always works on improving the fills and spreads for our clients to offer the best trading solutions for our clients.
The average spread with GNTFX is:
Margin can be thought of as a good faith deposit required to maintain open positions. Margin is not a fee or a transaction cost. It is simply a portion of your account equity set aside and allocated as a margin deposit. Keep in mind that trading on margin can both positively and negatively affect your trading experience as both profits and losses can be dramatically amplified.
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