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MARKET INFORMATION SHEETS

GKFX presents top CFD instruments for online traders worldwide. Our Market Information Sheets
list the most traded products, along with typical spreads and conditions for each instrument. Please
keep in mind that the complete list and the most accurate pricing are found on our trading platforms.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT SPREADS ON GKFX

How is the spread measured?

The spread is measured in pips, which means the smallest unit of price movement for a currency pair. For most pairs, one pip equals 0.0001. If EUR/USD is 1.1051/1.1053, the spread is 2 pips.

What is a spread in Forex trading?

In forex trading, currency pairs are quoted against each other. The bid is the price for you can sell the base currency. The ask is the price for you can buy the base currency. The difference between these two is called the spread.

Which one is better? Fixed or variable spreads?

It depends on a trader’s needs and strategy. Usually, traders who trade more regularly but in smaller amounts prefer fixed spreads. Because fixed spreads can save them from costs of frequent transactions.

In times of high volatility, traders with smaller positions can get kicked out of the market due to sharp price movements with variable spreads. But traders with larger balances who prefer 'swing trading' benefit more from variable spreads because they plan their trades with a longer timeframe in mind.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 73% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. See our full Risk Disclosure and Terms of Business for further details.