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On 2 December 2012, Global Futures & Forex LTD (GFT) suddenly announced its decision to “cease supporting U.S. retail forex trading”.  As part of the decision, accounts owned by U.S. retail customers with GFT have been placed on “position closing only basis” according to GFT’s website.

FXCM is here to stay. FXCM’s demonstrated financial transparency and volume based revenue model has allowed us to continue our growth and stay dedicated to the U.S retail and institutional market space.

While the reasons behind GFT’s decision are unclear, we recognize that U.S. regulations are some of the most restrictive and expensive in the world. This combined with lower price volatility and interest rates have made it increasingly difficult for smaller FX brokers to stay in business.

FXCM’s financial transparency offers clients and potential traders insight into the viability of FXCM’s business continuity. 
View full financials 

Bonus for Clients from GFT

To further demonstrate our commitment to the U.S markets, FXCM is offering a special cash bonus to any GFT clients who open an account during the months of December 2012 and January 2013. Please inform your institutional sales representative about any GFT clients you are transferring over.

In order to receive the bonus, the clients may be asked to provide proof of their GFT account in the form of an account statement. The minimum initial deposit to qualify for a bonus is $2,000 and clients must complete at least ten trades by 31 January 2013. This is limited to one funding bonus per costumer.
Initial Account Opening Balance
Bonus
US $2,000 or more
US $100

For more information, we encourage you to contact your institutional sales representative.


The FXCM Difference
  • Financial Strength
    FXCM is a profitable NYSE listed FX brokerage with a total of $218 million in capital as of the last quarterly release on 30 September 2012.
  • No Dealing Desk Forex Execution
    No conflict of interest between broker and trader with this execution type.
  • No Debit Policy
    At FXCM, clients do not have to worry about incurring trading losses that exceed the amount deposited in their accounts. It is FXCM’s policy to credit accounts to a zero balance if a debit balance ever occurs as a result of trading.
  • All trading styles are welcomed
    We allow traders to implement their strategy of choice at FXCM. There are no restrictions to scalpers, algo traders, API, etc. when utilizing FXCM’s No Dealing Desk Forex Execution.
  • Robust and Popular Platform Options
    Clients can trade on FXCM’s award-winning Trading Station which offers advanced order types, customizable built-in charting, and transparency. Other platforms include the MetaTrader4, and Mirror Trader.

FXCM's No Dealing Desk & Dealing Desk

Access the market
in two ways.
Trade with our acclaimed No Dealing Desk or try our
dealing desk execution. The CHOICE is yours.


FXCM has two types of forex execution: No Dealing Desk (NDD) and dealing desk. The execution you choose impacts your trading experience and spreads. FXCM recommends NDD execution as it provides the best overall trading experience. Dealing desk execution provides lower spreads for twelve of FXCM's most popularly traded currency pairs, however trading restrictions apply.
The table below is intended to help you determine which forex execution is best for you.
 
RECOMMENDED
NO DEALING DESK
DEALING DESK
GENERAL  
Maximum BalanceNone$50,000
Maximum Trade Size50 Million2 Million
Price FeedNDDDealing Desk
SpreadsEUR/USD 2.6 pips
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EUR/USD 1.6 pips
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ORDER EXECUTION  
Re-Quote OrdersNo
FXCM does not re-quote orders or manipulate market prices.
No
FXCM does not re-quote orders or manipulate market prices.
Conflict of InterestNo
FXCM cannot profit from the trading losses of its clients.
Yes
FXCM can profit from the trading losses of its clients.
Best Bid/AskYes
All orders execute at the best bid/best ask prices from FXCM's No Dealing Desk price feed.
Yes
All orders execute at the best bid/best ask prices from FXCM's No Dealing Desk price feed.
Anonymous OrdersYes
Market makers (FXCM's liquidity providers) cannot see your stop, limit and entry orders.
No
The market maker (FXCM) can see your stop, limit and entry orders, but FXCM does not re-quote orders or manipulate prices.
Partial FillsYes
Orders can be broken up and filled at multiple prices.
No
Orders fill at a single price.
STRATEGIES  
ScalpingYes
Scalp the market with no restrictions.
Yes
Scalping is allowed, but FXCM reserves the right to manage its risk by changing your execution type.
News TradingYes
Trade news events with no restrictions.
Yes
News trading is allowed, but FXCM reserves the right to manage its risk by changing your execution type.
Automation (e.g. EAs)Yes
Automate your trading with no restrictions. Use any EA.
Yes
Automated trading is allowed, but FXCM reserves the right to manage its risk by changing your execution type.
API TradingYes
Trade with APIs and no restrictions.
No
API trading is not allowed. FXCM APIs do not operate with dealing desk forex execution.

Forex Glossary

Forex Glossary

The most important terms related to Forex trading are presented in this glossary:


ADX (Average Directional Index) — standard technical indicator that measures the strength of a trend.

Ask (Offer) — price of the offer, the price you buy for.

Aussie — a Forex slang name for the Australian dollar.

Bank Rate — the percentage rate at which central bank of a country lends money to the country's commercial banks.

Bid — price of the demand, the price you sell for.

Broker — the market participating body which serves as the middleman between retail traders and larger commercial institutions.

Cable — a Forex traders slang word GBP/USD currency pair.

Carry Trade — in Forex, holding a position with a positive overnight interest return in hope of gaining profits, without closing the position, just for the central banks interest rates difference.

CCI (Commodity Channel Index) — a cyclical technical indicator that is often used to detect overbought/oversold states of the market.

CFD — a Contract for Difference — special trading instrument that allows financial speculation on stocks, commodities and other instruments without actually buying.

Commission — broker commissions for operation handling.

CPI — consumer price index the statistical measure of inflation based upon changes of prices of a specified set of goods.

EA (Expert Advisor) — an automated script which is used by the trading platform software to manage positions and orders automatically without (or with little) manual control.

ECN Broker — a type of Forex brokerage firm that provide its clients direct access to other Forex market participants. ECN brokers don't discourage scalping, don't trade against the client, don't charge spread (low spread is defined by current market prices) but charge commissions for every order.

ECB (European Central Bank) — the main regulatory body of the European Union financial system.

Elliott Waves — a set of principles for chart analysis based on 5-wave and 3-wave patterns.

Fed (Federal Reserve) — the main regulatory body of the United States of America financial system, which division — FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) — regulates, among other things, federal interest rates.

Fibonacci Retracements — the levels with a high probability of trend break or bounce, calculated as the 23.6%, 32.8%, 50% and 61.8% of the trend range.

Flat (Square) — neutral state when all your positions are closed.

Fundamental Analysis — the analysis based only on news, economic indicators and global events.

Gap — a difference between the previous period's close price and the next period's open price. In Forex usually only occurs during weekends — between the Friday's close and the Monday's open price.

GDP (Gross Domestic Product) — is a measure of the national income and output for the country's economy; it's one of the most important Forex indicators.

GTC (Good Till Canceled) — order to buy or sell of a currency with a fixed price or worse. The order is alive (good) until execution or cancellation.

Hedging — maintaining a market position which secures the existing open positions in the opposite direction.

Jobber — a slang word for a trader which is aimed toward fast but small and short-term profit from an intra-day trading. Jobber rarely leaves open positions overnight.

Kiwi — a Forex slang name for the New Zealand currency — New Zealand dollar.

Leading Indicators — a composite index (year 1992 = 100%) of ten most important macroeconomic indicators that predicts future (6-9 months) economic activity.

Limit Order — order for a broker to buy the lot for fixed or lesser price or sell the lot for fixed or better price. Such price is called limit price.

Liquidity — the measure of markets which describes relationship between the trading volume and the price change.

Long — the position which is in a Buy direction. In Forex, the primary currency when bought is long and another is short.

Loss — the loss from closing long position at lower rate than opening or short position with higher rate than opening, or if the profit from a position closing was lower than broker commission on it.

Lot — definite amount of units or amount of money accepted for operations handling (usually it is a multiple of 100).

Margin — money, the investor needs to keep at broker account to execute trades. It supplies the possible losses which may occur in margin trading.

Margin Account — account which is used to hold investor's deposited money for FOREX trading.

Margin Call — demand of a broker to deposit more margin money to the margin account when the amount in it falls below certain minimum.

Market Order — order to buy or sell a lot for a current market price.

Market Price — the current price for which the currency is traded for on the market.

Momentum — the measure of the currency's ability to move in the given direction.

Moving Average (MA) — one of the most basic technical indicators. It shows the average rate calculated over a series of time periods. Exponential Moving Average (EMA), Weighted Moving Average (WMA) etc. are just the ways of weighing the rates and the periods.

Offer (Ask) — price of the offer, the price you buy for.

Open Position (Trade) — position on buying (long) or selling (short) for a currency pair.

Order — order for a broker to buy or sell the currency with a certain rate.

Percentage Allocation Management Module (PAMM) — a broker-side system that allows investor to invest with traders, and allows traders to manage investors' funds using the broker's platform.

Pivot Point — the primary support/resistance point calculated basing on the previous trend's High, Low and Close prices.

Pip (Point) — the last digit in the rate (e.g. for EUR/USD 1 point = 0.0001).

Profit (Gain) — positive amount of money gained for closing the position.

Principal Value — the initial amount of money of the invested.

Realized Profit/Loss — gain/loss for already closed positions.

Resistance — price level for which the intensive selling can lead to price increasing (up-trend).

RSI (Relative Strength Index) — indicator that measures of the power of direction price movement by comparing the bullish and bearish portions of the trend.

Scalping — a style of trading notable by many positions that are opened for extremely small and short-term profits.

Settled (Closed) Position — closed positions for which all needed transactions has been made.

SL — see Stop-Loss Order.

Slippage — execution of order for a price different than expected (ordered), main reasons for slippage are — "fast" market, low liquidity and low broker's ability to execute orders.

Spread — difference between ask and bid prices for a currency pair.

Standard Lot — 100,000 units of the base currency of the currency pair, which you are buying or selling.

Stop-Limit Order — an order to sell or buy a lot for a certain price or worse.

Stop-Loss Order — an order to sell or buy a lot when the market reaches certain price. It is used to avoid extra losses when market moves in the opposite direction. Usually is a combination of stop-order and limit-order.

STP (Straight Through Processing) — an order processing that doesn't require any manual intervention and is fully automatic. In fact, 99.9% of all on-line Forex brokers support order handling with STP.

Support — price level for which intensive buying can lead to the price decreasing (down-trend).

Swap — overnight payment for holding your position. Since you are not physically receiving the currency you buy, your broker should pay you the interest rate difference between the two currencies of the pair. It can be negative or positive.

Take-Profit Order — an order to sell or buy a lot when the market reaches certain price. It is used to fixate your profit. Usually is a combination of stop-order and limit-order.

Technical Analysis — the analysis based only on the technical market data (quotes) with the help of various technical indicators.

TP — see Take-Profit Order.

Trend — direction of market which has been established with influence of different factors.

Unrealized (Floating) Profit/Loss — a profit/loss for your non-closed positions.

Useable Margin — amount of money in the account that can be used for trading.

Used Margin — amount of money in the account already used to hold open positions open.

Volatility — a statistical measure of the number of price changes for a given currency pair in a given period of time.

VPS (Virtual Private Server) — virtual environment hosted on the dedicated server, which can be used to run the programs independent on the user's PC. Forex traders use VPS to host trading platforms and run expert advisors without unexpected interruptions.

Liberty Reserve (LR) Update

Liberty Reserve Message

Dear friends, it has come to our attention that some of our customers became concerned with our latest maintenance continuation and erroneous account status change for a group of our clients. Please find below an official explanation of reasons behind both instances:

1. There is a group of blocked accounts which were erroneously blocked by an automated script that was tested in the beginning of August and apparently has failed to perform properly. Script was designed to automatically secure in account in the event of multiple suspicious login attempts. During this maintenance we have identified the problem, addressed it and it is now being solved.

2. Since we were forced to perform extended maintenance, we saw an opportunity to add some of the additional features that were pending to be added to the website. As the web site appears shortly, you will discover Credit Card Funding option (available ONLY to a verified users), along with other minor improvements and enhancements.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this maintenance may have brought to you and would like to assure you that both issues are addressed in a timely manner and currently being worked on around the clock for the quickest and safest resolution. During this final stage of maintenance we are identifying erroneously blocked accounts and updating their statuses to "normal". This is a long and tedious process so your patience is appreciated. While we are doing everything possible to bring the system back faster, these processes make take an additional up to 2-4 days to complete.

Any other explanation of this maintenance that you may come across online in various online forums is inaccurate or simply put - false and misleading.

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