Easy Markets Review
easyMarkets was established in 2001 under the name” easy- forex”. The brokerage provides dealers with access to the global requests( forex, CFDs and vanilla options).
easyMarkets is regulated by the Cyprus Securities & Exchange Commission( Easy Forex TradingLtd.- CySEC license number079/07) and in Australia by the ASIC( easyMarketsPty.Ltd.- AFS licenseno. 246566) and as of 2020, the FSA. lately, easyMarkets attained a BVI licence in the British Virgin Islands.
The brokerage complies with the Europe’s MIF II norms and the regulations of colorful public nonsupervisory agencies( similar as the AMF in France), and it offers, in particular, protection against the negative account balances and guaranteed stop loss orders.
Fixed spreads, protection against negative account balances
As a request maker, easyMarkets is suitable to give fixed and competitive spreads on all trading instruments. easyMarkets’ fixed spreads allow you to always know your trading cost.
You do not have to worry about slippage or unpredictable request conditions, with easyMarkets you get price that you saw when you clicked! The broker’s periphery policy eliminates any possibility of a negative account balance, so your threat is limited to the finances you have deposited.
Guaranteed stop loss and take profit situations
Trade with full confidence, knowing that your stop loss and take profit orders are guaranteed! You’re also defended from price gaps during request openings or during major unanticipated news. These guarantees are free and available on both the easyMarkets and MT4 platforms.
Customer finances are kept separate from the broker’s operating finances. easyMarkets maintains sufficient liquid capital to cover all client deposits, implicit oscillations in the company’s foreign currency positions and ongoing charges
DealCancellation is an easyMarkets trading platform point that gives you the right to cancel a trade until its expiration date( one hour, by dereliction). The figure for this service is calculated according to the volatility of the named product.
A sale will be canceled and covered by DealCancellation if it’s closed with a loss, no matter the reason. When a contract is canceled via DealCancellation, the sale is closed without any loss.