0 Spread Forex Broker

0 Spread Forex Brokers

Zero Spread Forex Brokers
Online BrokerMinimum DepositMinimum MT4 Charge Per LotPlatformsRegulated
$200
Minimum Deposit
$3.76
Minimum MT4 Charge Per Lot
MT4, cTrader
Trading Platforms
FCA, ASIC
Regulation
$50
Minimum Deposit
$4.00
Minimum MT4 Charge Per Lot
MT4
Trading Platforms
FCA
Regulation
$500
Minimum Deposit
$3.50
Minimum MT4 Charge Per Lot
MT4
Trading Platforms
FCA, ASIC
Regulation
$200
Minimum Deposit
$3.50
Minimum MT4 Charge Per Lot
MT4, MT5, cTrader
Trading Platforms
ASIC
Regulation
$500
Minimum Deposit
$6.50
Minimum MT4 Charge Per Lot
MT4
Trading Platforms
FCA, ASIC
Regulation
$100
Minimum Deposit
$3.50
Minimum MT4 Charge Per Lot
MT4, MT5
Trading Platforms
FCA, CySEC, ASIC
Regulation

Zero Spread Forex Brokers - Spreads From Zero Plus A Commission Charge

Some Forex brokers can offer spreads which can be as low as 0. Normally, these spreads incur a commission charge, which is a cost added to any cost of the spread, thus the cost of a trade is not 0. They are also normally variable, that is they can move higher than zero. Zero spreads are usually available for the most liquid pairs, such as EUR/USD. Thus other pairs may have higher minimum spreads.

What is a commission charge ?

This is a charge in addition to the spread. It is usually charged on each side of the trade (that is, to open and to close the position). The charge is relative to the traded volume, thus the more traded, the higher the commission charge and vice versa. Some brokers may charge different commissions depending on the volume, thus the minimum charge may be for higher volume trading.

Minimum deposit

The minimum deposit is given for accounts which offer zero spread trading. Other accounts may have different minimum deposits.

Are these brokers regulated ?

Z.com Trade is regulated by the FCA in the United Kingdom. IC Markets is regulated by the ASIC in Australia. Pepperstone is regulated by the FCA and by the ASIC. FXGiants is regulated by the FCA and the ASIC. XM is regulated by the FCA and the CySEC in Cyprus and the ASIC. ThinkMarkets is regulated by the FCA and the ASIC.

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