The articles published in various international media over the recent months, refer. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has published its findings on Malta on 15th May 2013.
Advantages of forex trading
With the online foreign exchange market growing every day, investors are able to choose from an ever growing number of service providers. However, be aware that not all service providers are alike. It is therefore of utmost importance for potential investors to understand the benefits a service provider can offer before opening an account. The benefits RTFX offers makes it the ideal partner for both the beginner investor, as well as, the professional trader.
RTFX has strong ties within the international banking community and, in addition to its numerous banking counterparts, works very closely with 3 of the largest global banks. These relationships enable RTFX to provide its clients with a multi-source inter-bank price feed ensuring consistent liquidity in all currencies, irrespective of market conditions or trade size.
RTFX quotes a tight two-way spread of 2 - 5 pips on all the major currencies for all clients irrespective of trade size. Clients can trade on these real time running prices on all trades up to USD10 million, or equivalent. And unlike many other service providers, there are no re-quotes and there is no “shading” of prices.
In the foreign exchange market, speed of execution is of utmost importance. The market moves quickly and money can be made, or lost, in seconds. As a market maker, RTFX allows clients to trade on its streaming inter-bank market prices, making trading quick, efficient and effortless. Moreover, as RTFX Trader™ and RTFX Web Trader™ are dedicated applications, which do not require a browser, deals are executed instantaneously.
No Charges or Commissions
As a market maker, RTFX earns its revenue by trading and not by charging a commission or mark-up to its clients. Unlike other brokers, clients pay no fees, commissions or charges. The service is completely free and the prices quoted are two-way inter-bank market prices.