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The Standard account is a regular account with tight spreads and no trading commission.
Characterized by a high execution rate resistant to the effects of market liquidity, it is the account type with the highest number of users
The Standard account (STP) is a general-purpose account designed for the majority of traders. Due to the tight spread and commission free trading, it is used by a wide range of customers, from beginners to experienced traders.
For Standard accounts, all orders made through the STP market execution method are received by our dealing desk. Due to this, there is almost no risk of execution rejection or slippage.
1.5 - 2.5pips
Provides beneficial market prices through multiple LPs. Free from unreasonable mark-up and price manipulation.
No commission. Optimal for high-frequency traders, such as day traders and scalpers.
x1 - 400
Provides up to ×400 leverage, depending on the instrument traded. Enables large-volume trading with low funds.
All orders are received by DealFX, unaffected by market liquidity. Realizes transactions with very low numbers of requotes
A Standard account can be used with the following three platforms
A highly stable, standard platform
This software program, which was developed by MetaQuotes Software, is the de facto standard in FX trading and has the largest user base in the world, equipped with high-performance chart analysis and more than 50 technical indices, including moving averages, RSI, and Bollinger Bands®, it enables strategic trading.
New features and a wealth of chart functions
Released in 2012, MetaTrader 5 is the successor to MetaTrader 4. Its new features include display of market depth and calculation of individual trades. It has a more user-friendly interface than ever enables intuitive trading.
Swift, intuitive market access
Developed by PFSoft, Dealing Station (formerly ProTrader) is a multi-platform, object-oriented trading tool. With its easy-to-understand visual trading interface, it is designed to be easy to use, even for beginners. Compatible with MQL4, it can be used with existing indicators and EA from the start.
Customers order their desired instruments from our platforms (MetaTrader 4/5 or Dealing Station).
Orders received from the platform are sent to the trading server at our nearest Equinix data centre (in London, New York or Tokyo).
All orders sent to the trading server are received by our dealing server and then allocated (identified using AI) to the appropriate liquidity providers. No human intervention takes place. Since all orders are received by us, requoting will rarely occur.
Covering orders with our partner liquidity providers (prime brokers, aggregators, financial instigations) are executed for orders from customers. At least 97% of orders are executed with covering orders from liquidity providers. For orders where executing covering orders with liquidity providers is not possible, transactions are offset internally (marriage transactions).
STP instant execution is an ordering method that enhances execution ability. It makes rejection of execution or slippage extremely rare since we receive the orders from customers first. We cover at least 97% of orders from customers with our partner liquidity providers (prime brokers, aggregators, financial institutions). The execution of covering transactions not only reduces our risk but also helps to enable fair transactions, free from conflicts of interest with clients’ orders.
The "coverage rate" shows the degree to which liquidity orders received from clients with Standard accounts have been covered. It is calculated through the number of transactions executed through the STP market execution method.
The "slippage rate" indicates slippage in limit price orders. Shows successful execution at the limit price (at quote), successful execution at a price better than the limit price (positive quote), and successful execution at a price worse than the limit price (negative quote).
The "quote rate" shows the percentage of orders successfully executed. Shown for successful execution of all orders (fulfilled), partially successful execution of orders (partially fulfilled), and rejection of orders (rejected). The average execution time is a statistic showing the average time it takes from placing an order to the execution of the order.