Compensation: When executing customers' trades, GRAND FXNES can be compensated in several ways, which include, but are not limited to: charging fixed lot-based commissions at the open and close of a trade, adding a markup to the spreads it receives from its liquidity providers for certain account types, and adding a markup to rollover. Under the Dealing Desk execution model, GRAND FXNES may act as a dealer and may receive additional compensation from trading.
Commissions: Commission-based pricing is available on Standard and Active Trader account types. Commissions are charged at the open and close of trades in the denomination of the account.
Execution Disclaimer: GRAND FXNES aggregates bid and ask prices from a pool of liquidity providers and is the final counterparty when trading forex on GRAND FXNES's dealing desk and No Dealing Desk (NDD) execution models. With NDD, GRAND FXNES's platforms display the best-available direct bid and ask prices from the liquidity providers. In addition to the spread, the trading cost with NDD is a fixed lot-based commission at the open and close of the trade. While generally NDD accounts offer spreads with no markups, in some circumstances, GRAND FXNES may add a markup to NDD spreads. This may occur due to, but not limited to, account type, such as accounts opened through a referring agent. With dealing desk execution, GRAND FXNES can act as the dealer on any or all currency pairs. Backup liquidity providers fill in when GRAND FXNES does not act as the dealer. GRAND FXNES’s dealing desk has fewer liquidity providers than NDD. There are many other factors to consider when choosing an execution model (such as conflict of interest, trading style or strategy). See Execution Risks. Note: Contractual relationships with liquidity providers are consolidated through the firm's U.S. affiliate, Forex Capital Markets, LLC, which, in turn, provides technology and pricing to the group affiliate entities.
Leverage: Leverage is a double-edged sword and can dramatically amplify your profits. It can also just as dramatically amplify your losses. Trading foreign exchange with any level of leverage may not be suitable for all investors.