price when the actual sell price is higher on the platform. You can easily compare their spread with the markets normal spread. This is not an attempt to sell or solicit any security and should not be taken as such. Tovmasyan explains further that I disagree that esma are putting a blanket ban on B booking. One of the ways is that they slip the price when you want to take or close a position. Also not being regulated doesnt mean that the broker cheats definitely. There are dirty hands behind these kinds of apparently good actions (regulation). The spread they offer is completely in their own control, and they dont get the spread from a liquidity provider. They get regulated and registered because they have to, not because they are honest. When you learn about the market maker and ECN/STP brokers, you may think that it is only the market maker brokers that cheat the traders. It is a market maker broker. Someone Who Has gold Makes the Rules!
If you find out and complain, they will say they have no idea, and re"ng is just the result of the markets volatility, and they have no control on it, and. Brokers fall foul with the regulators when they claim to be STP but all volume goes to a non-regulated B book shop, and conflicts of interest with clients occur when they advertise STP, interbank, ECN execution when in fact all trades are going to another. In a nutshell, fxcm took positions against their clients and did one of several things. I am not saying that all registered/regulated brokers cheat their clients. They just want to sabotage your trading.