STP accounts have all the benefits of ECN real market execution but with the commissions already included in the price.

STP stands for 'Straight Through Processing' execution. In STP accounts the commission is included in the spread and all STP spreads are variable depending on the liquidity in FXOpen ECN. As with ECN accounts, each order is executed in the real market with one of our many liquidity providers. The minimum transaction size is just 0.01 lot.

Just as with ECN, STP accounts offer the same wide selection of tradable financial instruments. There are no limitations on the use of automated trading or expert advisors and all trading strategies including scalping and hedging are welcome. Pending orders, Stop Losses and Take Profits can all be placed as close to the market price as you wish and even within the spread. With a low initial deposit ($300), STP accounts give the opportunity to benefit from a real ECN trading environment for all traders, no matter the size of your capital.

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Account Currency USD, EUR, GBP
Minimum deposit from $300, €300, £200
Maximum balance without limitation
Spread floating depending on market liquidity
Commission No
Quotes format 0.12345
Execution market
Minimum transaction size 0.01 lot
Maximum transaction size without limitation
Minimal increment 0.01 lot
Leverage up to 1:30
Margin call 100%
Stop Out 50%
Demo accounts Yes
Islamic accounts Yes
Instruments 50 currency pairs + gold and silver
Bonuses None
Expert Advisors Yes
Scalping Yes
Hedging Yes
News trading Yes
Phone dealing Yes
Market depth with level 2 quotes Yes
Trading time 00:00 Mon – 23:59 Fri (FXOpen Server Time)

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 57% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage.