Garnet ECN Account

Experience tailored entry to disclosed and undisclosed liquidity together on a single screen. We have access to a premium source for FX liquidity in the market.
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Ecn Account
Minimum Deposit
Minimum Deposit10,000
Minimum Balance
Minimum Balance5,000
Base Currencies
Available Base CurrenciesUSD, EUR, GBP, AUD
Spreads From
Spreads From0.1 pips
Max Leverage
Max Leverage1:300
Min Lots
Min Lots0.01
Commissions
CommissionsZero Commission
All Strategies Allowed
All Strategies Allowed

How does ECN Account differ from other types?

ECN stands for Electronic Communication Network, and this model provides direct access to the Interbank forex market for pricing and execution that consists of an ECN trading platform or API. Garnet FX provides a marketplace where these clients can trade against each other, sending bids and offers into the system. Interaction takes place inside the system, and traders can get the best offer at that particular time.

ECN account trades are completely anonymous, where traders can deal with neutral prices that reflect real market conditions only. Trading takes place instantly, via live streaming, the best final costs, and immediate confirmations. As soon as a trade is dealt with, it is final and confirmed. There is no dealing desk to get in the way and no re-quotes.

Executable Streaming Prices

Available quotes for FX Spot and Precious Metals Spot via our ETP execution functionality.

Liquidity Customization

We offer co-mingled anonymous and disclosed last look execution in a single or multiple order books

Different Order Types and Algos

Execute in a way that best suits your trading requirements and platform capabilities using one or multiple trading interfaces.

Proprietary Matching Logic

Optimize your order book liquidity using proprietary, performance-based matching logic to prioritize high performing liquidity providers.

Risk Warning

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You may lose all your initial capital when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
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