Trade EUR/USD with 0.1 pips Spreads 40.88% of the time!
Yadix introduces to you the lowest and tightest spreads in Forex.
The broker have sourced new liquidity feeds and they are now offering the best spreads anywhere with a massive reduction across all symbols with as much as 60% lower spreads.
The average spread for EUR/USD for 28-11-2018 was 0.13 pips, with more than 40.88% of ticks at just 0.1 pips, please see below:
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Important is “Low Cost × Risk Management”
It is important to understand that trading opportunities are being constantly generated.
Armed with the knowledge that the next opportunity is only a matter of time away it is possible to adopt a proactive rather than reactive approach to trading.
By reacting to changing market conditions, a trader is always trying to play catch-up to what opportunities are presented.
Trading under such conditions creates unnecessary stress and could lead to the process being tainted by the unwarranted emotional input.
On the other hand, an individual who has a predefined plan that takes into account potential market conditions is able with a degree of certainty to map out the trade even before the set-up appears on their trading terminal.
With the application of proactive risk and trade management, a trader can define an entry, stop loss and target even before the mouse is clicked to transmit the order.
Trade during News-Time with Yadix
Substantial profits can be generated by placing orders before the news.
However, major news events such as the Non-Farms Payroll data and monetary policy decisions made by the US Federal Reserve or the European Central Bank do create a lot of volatility.
Trying to day trade in such volatility comes at a price.
The cost comes in the form of large stop loss.
Unless a trader is willing to bear the cost which front-running the news brings, it is best to wait for a release to happen and then reassess the market mood after the event takes place.