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Trading should be fairer for you
We’re committed to offering a better way to trade financial markets with greater transparency. That’s why all our markets have fixed spreads.
Variable Vs. Fixed?
Why is trading on fixed spreads better than variable spreads? When volatility picks up, suddenly those variable spreads, often seen as ‘spreads from’ are very different from the headline figure, and you will find yourself paying a lot more to open or close a trade. This can make a considerable difference to your profitability as a trader.
A winning trade can quickly become a loser when you’re having to pay so much more to the broker. Imagine having to pay five times as much to close a trade as you did to open it. Why put up with this uncertainty when you can know in advance what your spreads will be at all times?
The reality of trading on fixed spreads
The charges that you pay to trade with us are fixed during each trading session and we proudly advertise these on our website and trading platform. The market could be moving 100 points every 5 seconds, but what we charge our customers is fixed.
It's easy for us to just tell you this, but we've gone one step further and put together a couple of cost-saving examples from the Wall Street 30 and UK100 Markets.
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Trading on fixed spreads with us
For regular traders, small savings add up very quickly but please don’t just take our word for it. We invite you to challenge us on this and compare our charges with those of our competitors. Take a look at the difference when, for instance, the US releases its Non-Farm Payroll numbers, a central bank updates its interest rate, the EU publishes key economic data or there’s an unexpected geopolitical event. And it’s not just when these key events happen that our competition like to increase their charges. It also happens when markets open and approach the close.
At Trade Nation we’re committed to offering a better way to trade financial markets with greater transparency. That’s why all our markets have fixed spreads. You know exactly how much you’ll pay to enter and exit a trade, irrespective of what’s happening in the world and how volatile the markets are.