Trading Station Web
Data and Execution
Foreign exchange trading takes place continually - 24 hours a day, 5 days a week - around the globe. To keep your hand on the pulse of the market, Trading Station Web has real-time market data, free of charge. It also uses FXCM's acclaimed No Dealing Desk forex execution.
Real-Time Market Data
The Trading Station Web platform includes real-time market data. You don't have to wait five, ten or fifteen minutes for quotes and charts to update - they update without delay. So you can always know where the market is trading. This is especially beneficial to traders who need to make prudent trading decisions, and get into and out of the market quickly.
Real-time data in Trading Station Web is free.
Order Execution You Can Trust
Trading Station Web is powered by FXCM's acclaimed No Dealing Desk forex execution model that delivers competitive quotes from a deep and diverse pool of liquidity providers. FXCM's liquidity providers include global banks, financial institutions, prime brokers, and other market makers.
Having competitive quotes is what allows FXCM to provide tight spreads, which in turn helps to keep your transaction costs down.
Euro - U.S. Dollar
British Pound - U.S. Dollar
U.S. Dollar - Japanese Yen
U.S. Dollar - Swiss Franc
Euro - British Pound
An additional benefit to FXCM's No Dealing Desk forex execution model is that trade execution is reliable and timely. Order execution happens near instantaneously with Trading Station Web, and order confirmation happens just as quickly. Like quotes and charts, you don't have to wait to receive confirmation that your orders executed, where they executed at, what your current profit or loss is, or what is your equity.
With Trading Station Web, it's easy to manage your trades, your trading risk, and your account overall.
Advertised Spreads: FXCM spreads are variable. The spreads listed here were derived from the time-weighted average of the spreads from to . Advertised spreads may not be applicable to client accounts of referring brokers.
Compensation: When executing customers trades, FXCM can be compensated in several ways, which include, but are not limited to: adding a mark-up to the spreads it receives from its liquidity providers, receiving compensation for order flow, and charging commission to accounts that trade with FXCM's lowest spreads which are available to qualifying accounts. Under the Dealing Desk execution model, FXCM may act as a dealer and may receive additional compensation from trading.