ECN Broker Comparison

Compare commissions across ECN brokers with our interactive chart. FXOpen ( delivers the tightest commissions across our panel.

Understanding ECN commissions

Most ECN brokers allow you to trade on raw spreads. Instead, they earn a living through volume based commissions. Some brokers, such as FXOpen (, charge flat commissions regardless of how much you trade, which makes it easier for you to forecast costs; others offer commissions that fall the more you trade.

Best ECN commissions

We've compared ECN brokers to find you the very best commissions. The chart at the top of the page summarizes our findings: one for traders with net deposits up to $50,000 and another for traders with net deposits over $50,000 because some brokers charge less then greater your deposit.Click that tab that reflects your circumstances to update the chart.

FXOpen ( delivers by far the lowest ECN commissions across our panel. Trade Forex for $3.3 per lot approximately when your net deposits reach up to $50,000 and just $2.40 per lot for net deposits above that amount.

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