Not all brokers who state they are ECN are True ECN. Some brokers are actually STP (Straight through processing) brokers. This means that your trades go to different liquidity providers rather than to the whole network, meaning you don’t necessarily get the best available price on the market. Not only that but you are also more likely to experience higher slippage and delays. With Fair Forex True ECN we match your trade to the best price not to the available Liquidity provider.
Articles in this section
- Is Fair Forex Regulated?
- What type of broker are you?
- Do Fair Forex trade against their clients?
- What does TRUE ECN mean?
- Tell me about your liquidity providers
- Are you a true ECN broker?
- Restricted countries
- What is A Book and B Book?
- What is ECN?
- How old do I have to be to sign up?
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