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Dukascopy – SWFX Swiss FX Marketplace


Dukascopy – SWFX Swiss FX Marketplace

The Company Overview
Dukascopy’s activities are divided in two parts:
By combining access to the Swiss Foreign Exchange Marketplace with an enhanced trading platform and strong financial services via its banking partnerships, Dukascopy – SWFX Swiss FX Marketplace continues to set the global industry-standard for ECN forex trading.
Swiss Forex Brokerage House
Dukascopy offers direct access to the Swiss Foreign Exchange Marketplace. This market provides the largest pool of ECN spot forex liquidity available for banks, hedge funds, other institutions and professional traders.
To accommodate the existing banking relationships of our clients, Dukascopy offers full Prime Broker capability with give up facility, by utilizing an extensive network of banking partners.
SWFX – Swiss Foreign Exchange Marketplace
The Swiss Foreign Exchange Marketplace (SWFX) is the technological solution for Forex trading utilizing a centralized-decentralized marketplace model. Its successful launch is the result of a close cooperation with selected banks, other institutions, Forex marketplaces and providers of technological solutions.
The SWFX Marketplace allows trading between market participants in a centralized-decentralized environment. In this exchange, both buy-side and sell-side participants interact on an equal footing.
The SWFX Swiss FX Marketplace is the Dukascopy’s proprietary technological solution and registered trademark.
The Dukascopy trading platform provides an array of tools for risk management and control over the order execution. Clients may trade billions of dollars in a secure “one-click” trading environment. Support is also provided by a 24/6 trading desk if clients need to trade over the phone.
History of Dukascopy
1998 Dukascopy Trading Technologies Corp. 
The Dukascopy project was launched in 1998 by a group of physicists headed by Dr. Andre Duka. Their mission was to research, develop, and implement a complex financial system via novel mathematical and econophysical techniques.
1999 Dukascopy Trading Platform 
Dukascopy commences development of its trading platform.

2004 Dukascopy – Swiss Brokerage House 
Dukascopy was created in 2004. Its mission was to serve the financial community with its advanced technological solution.

2006 Dukascopy – SWFX Swiss Forex Marketplace 
Dukascopy launches the SWFX Swiss FX Marketplace.

2008 Dukascopy Forex TV
Dukascopy launches Dukascopy Forex TV, online television providing technical and fundamental analysis to traders and financial professionals.

2008 Preparation for Banking Licence Application
Dukascopy commences activities necessary in order to comply with Swiss Banking requirements and to apply for a Swiss Banking Licence.

2009 Banking Licence Application
Dukascopy files its Banking Licence Application to the FINMA.

2010 Dukascopy Bank SA
Dukascopy is authorised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA to conduct banking activities.

2010 Geneva Forex Event
Launch of the Geneva Forex Event, a monthly meeting point to follow up on current events, to network, to establish public relations, and to be present among the elite in a relaxed atmosphere (www.genevaforexevent.ch).

2010 SWFX Trader iPhone application 
This application is considered to be the pinnacle of mobile trading technologies and one of the leading free applications available on the market.

2011 Partnerships with US brokers 
Dukascopy Bank SA starts its collaboration with two leading US brokers offering Dukascopy Bank SA's trading technology and data feed to US residents through FXDirect Dealer LLC and Alpari (US) LLC.

2011 Dukascopy Europe IBS AS
Dukascopy Europe IBS AS becomes operational as a fully owned subsidiary of Dukascopy Bank SA dedicated essentially to the European retail market (www.dukascopy.eu).

2012 SMS Notification Service 
Dukascopy Bank SA develops its SMS notification service, allowing clients to receive SMS notifications about different types of events on their trading account or in the market.

2012 Opening of Dukascopy TV Studios in Geneva
Dukascopy TV opens its new studios in Geneva.

2012 Dukascopy Bank SA in Kiev
Dukascopy Bank SA opens a representative office in Kiev, Ukraine.

2012 SWFX Trader for Android OS 
The SWFX Trader application on Android OS allows users to trade on DEMO or LIVE accounts from anywhere in the world by connecting to the Dukascopy ECN-Marketplace.

2012 e-banking Solution
Dukascopy Bank SA creates a unique and innovative e-banking solution offered to holders of savings accounts.

2012 Dukascopy Bank SA in Hong Kong
Dukascopy Bank SA expands its international presence by opening a representation office in Hong Kong.

2012 Islamic Accounts
In line with the expectations of clients from Arabic countries, Dukascopy Bank SA announces the creation of swap-free accounts.

2012 Securities Dealer’s Licence Application
Dukascopy Bank SA has started the process of acquiring the status of a licenced securities dealer, supervised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority – FINMA

Mission and responsibility
Missions:
  • Liquidity Focus: Through its innovative and advanced technology, Dukascopy provides one of the most important Forex liquidity networks in the world in order to provide to its clients exclusive ECN access.
  • Clients Focus: The success of the client is the success of Dukascopy. Dukascopy deploys all its resources to understand and meet the high expectations of its clients.
  • Industry Focus: Dukascopy raises the industry quality standard bar and develops new benchmarks for all Forex participants via its technology.
Responsibility:
  • Privacy: based in Switzerland, land of confidentiality, Dukascopy places great importance on individual’s rights and therefore applies strict confidentiality.
  • Integrity and ethics: Dukascopy strives to protect interests of clients and to provide a fair trading environment where market participants act on equal footing in Compliance with Dukascopy's Code of Conduct. 
  • Security: Dukascopy has proved to be a reliable ECN over the years and additionally offers custody solutions with third party banks.

Top 10 Ways Forex Brokers Try to Trick U


Overview

The Forex market is an uncentralized area where no actual marketplace exists for the trader and where there are no “standards” in the exchange rate. Brokers offer various deals to their traders and while the investment is your decision, you must rely on your broker to make the transactions for the trade. This article helps you to distinguish swindling brokers from honest ones.

1. Winning the Trader’s Trust

Many times, a dishonest broker gains a customer’s trust by being smart and targeting unaware people. Taking advantage of this trust, the broker can encourage their client to trade on margin and set stop loss orders which allows the market makers to close out trades almost at will during buy markets, at prices they have set. If the market maker does not offset the trader’s position, the loss generated when a stop loss is triggered becomes the market maker’s gain.

2. Overnight Interest rates

Brokers charge and pay disproportionate swaps based on the gap between short-term interest rates associated with currencies pairs set by central banks. This gap is not fixed; if the broker spends the swap from the customer, it will charge more than needed and if the broker pays the swap, it will pay less than needed. When the gap is small, the customer pays the swap both ways; it will not matter if one is long or short on the pair.

3. Spread Widening

This mostly occurs during times of high volatility. The broker may fail to allocate your position, even if it is completely updated, at the price it quotes, and saves himself by applying a wider than usual spread on the customer. Nothing can really keep the broker from imposing a wider than usual spread to earn profit from the trader. If the broker can do this, honestly, there is not much that you can do to stop him.

4. Over-leveraging

One way brokers trick traders is over-leveraging. The brokers are more than happy to offer larger volumes and most traders fall for these large volumes. This is not really illegal, but it takes advantage of the traders’ psychology. Traders who get attracted by larger volumes end up benefiting the broker and harming themselves. Once again, there is nothing much that you can do to prevent this from happening except making smarter choices and trusting your instincts.

5. Slippage

The broker’s liquidity providers may change prices pretty fast and the broker may simply have no choice than to execute your order at a slightly worse price. But some brokers use slippage for their own advantage and offer you to buy a currency pair at a slightly higher (or sell at a slightly lower) price than they could have. The difference is the profit they end up getting. It’s almost impossible to find a broker without slippage but you can try.

6. Boycott

Sometimes, brokers even boycott the traders and try to boycott them completely. This usually happens when a trader is receiving a significant profit. The moment your profit history becomes consistent, brokers do whatever they can do to stop you from gaining more profits through them. This may sound unprofessional and even strange but it is true. This is because in the end, a broker does not care whether his/her client benefits as long as they are profiting themselves.

7. Clever Software Technology

When you search for a broker, you will find countless web results for online brokers trying to help you out through their “unique” software technologies. Needless to say, the very sound of an online broker is fishy. These online brokers use special kinds of software that help them scam you out of your money. As mentioned earlier in the article, their main aim is to somehow transfer your money into their own pockets. With all the websites these days, this makes it easier for them to do.

8. Service

Customer service and support is incredibly important for any type of business, including for a Forex broker. In Forex trading, you want your broker to be able to answer all of your questions and queries. If your broker cannot respond to your messages and problems, move on. Make sure that your chosen broker has a good customer service team – if a broker does not, this will indicate that they are a cheat. If you notice any suspicious activity regarding your investments and your broker cannot (or does not even bother to) explain, then a good suggestion would be to replace him.

9. Stop-Hunting

Suppose you think a currency is heading up. You enter a position at 123.40 and you set your stop at 123.05, slightly below an obvious double bottom. Unfortunately, the trade begins to go against you and breaks down through support. Your stop is hit and you are out. This is when you might start to feel relief that you had that stop in place. Who knows how far it could drop, right? Wrong.
Guess what happens next. After taking out your stop, the price turns back and heads north, just as you originally thought. This is how your broker makes his money.

10. Bucket Shops

Bucket shops are fraudulent brokerage firms that “book” a client’s orders but never really execute them on an exchange. They are named such because these brokers put their clients’ phone-in orders in slips then drop them (the slips, not the clients) in a tiny bucket instead of actually executing. Without the real transactions, the client is actually betting against the bucket shop operators also known as bucketeers.

Conclusion

While this article highlighted only a few traits of a Forex broker, there are many more tricks that he/she may use to scam you out of your money. Not all Forex brokers are robbers but it is good to keep your eyes open for your own safety.
The only way to protect your investments and money is to keep an open mind and make smart decisions. Always remember to research your broker’s history before you deal with him. Also keep in mind when something looks too good to be true, it usually is. And never implicitly trust someone you do not know well.
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