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- Swiss Markets is a NDD broker
- Swiss Markets executes orders with STP model
- There is no conflict of interest
Swiss Markets is a NDD broker
Swiss Markets is a NDD broker which does not interrupts investors’ orders.
There is no dealing desk in Swiss Markets which hedges clients’ orders to make profit from the clients’ losses.
Swiss Markets only makes profits from the spread cost and commissions they charge on each trade.
Swiss Markets being a NDD broker means that you are trading in the fair and trustworthy environment.
With Swiss Markets, all costs and commissions of your traders are clearly visible on MT4.
Swiss Markets executes orders with STP model
Swiss Markets adopts STP execution for all orders on its MT4.
The STP (Straight Through Processing) means all orders are electronically sent to the real market directly without any interruptions.
On Swiss Markets, all orders placed are sent to the market provided by liquidity providers of Swiss Markets, but not Swiss Markets’ dealing desk.
On Swiss Markets MT4, you will be trading in the real Foreign Exchange market due to this execution model.
STP model is the opposite of the bucket shop. Do you what that means? Find out more in this article.
There is no conflict of interest
Swiss Markets strives to be a NDD broker with STP execution, thus the main advantage of their MT4 platform is the fair trading environment.
As Swiss Markets does not make profit from investors’ losses, there is no conflict of interest between Swiss Markets and its investors.
When trading Forex and CFDs with Swiss Markets, you do not worry about the fairness of price manipulation.
For more information about the available financial markets on Swiss Markets MT4, visit the page here.