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FX RETAIL FX at heart.


In today’s market, traders expect complete transparency, not only in terms of the liquidity pool but also in terms of pricing and commission structures, as well as risk management models. More importantly,


they


want to know their capital is safe and well protected.


As such, many brokers


working to improve transparency their


be


It is important to


organization. transparent


about all aspects of a business, from pricing models


to


risk management systems. This level of


transparency


provides clients with the security they require in order to trade and is a necessary part of being a trusted operator in the forex space.


However, transparency goes way


beyond simply being clear about pricing, and traders are also looking for ways to improve their strategy and actively learn the tricks of the trade. They want access to the necessary insights to help them identify opportunities while protecting their portfolio


60 FX TRADER MAGAZINE January - March 2019


Real-time data and access to information are critical


In a world where data is king, it comes as no surprise that traders who have access to


real-time


information are better placed to make informed decisions when it comes to their trading strategy, however for many years this remained the exclusive domain of institutional traders. Now, thanks to technology, a host of advanced charting applications, market


opportunities in the markets, but retail traders were unable to leverage this approach until recently. Now for the first time, some brokers have started to offer real-time open order indicators that provide access the same critical information, enabling retail traders to capture market sentiment, identify large order clusters and key levels, view existing open orders and positions, identify reversals and trade against the market, all while protecting their portfolio


are in


Regulators all over the world have turned their


attention towards ensuring retail traders protection


from risk. That’s why it’s so important that brokers offer an in-depth education program and a suite of tools to help clients better understand the markets.


indicators, sentiment analysis tools and economic overlays exist, providing clients with greater clarity over the markets often in real time, placing them on a level playing field with


the


d e a l i n g d e s k s , creating a competitive edge.


Just one e x a m p l e , professional tr a d e rs have long been able to monitor open order clusters in order


to greater i d e n t i f y


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