5 Digit Forex Brokers
Compare Forex brokers with 5 decimal pricing. Get 5th point precision and smarter pricing with the following NDD/STP Forex brokers.
What is 5 decimal pricing?
With 5 decimal pricing, also known as 5 digit or fractional pricing, brokers quote Forex spreads in tenths of a pip. The additional digit representing a tenth of a pip appears to the right of the quote.
|Price before fractional pricing||Price after fractional pricing||1.2510 / 1.2513||1.2510 2 / 1.2512 5|
How it can work for you
With fractional pricing, you'll get consistently tighter bid / ask spreads. For example, if you were you quoted a buy price of 1.2513, you could see 1.25125 instead (0.5 pips tighter). If you were quoted a sell price of 1.2510, you could now see 1.25102 instead (2 pips higher).
|When the price is...||The spread is...||1.2510 / 1.2513||3 pips|
|When the price is...||The spread is...||1.2510 2 / 1.2512 5||2.3 pips|
Tighter spreads make it easier for you to turn a profit from liquid currency pairs with small pricing changes. They can also facilitate scalping strategies where you look to profit from small incremental movements in prices.
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