ECN Accounts


The world's top banks deep aggregate quotations,
bringing excellent spreads and transaction speed experience


Why choose our ECN account

Horse Forex uses MetaTrade bridging technology to aggregate quotes from multiple Tier 1 banks, allowing traders to experience the same deep liquidity spreads as many of the world's largest banks and financial institutions, linking all EQUINIX service providers through specific fiber optic networks, making our Customers can enjoy super fast order execution speed.

ECN account features

Horse Forex ECN has a low spread of 0 and a leverage of up to 400:1 during periods of high market volatility, no repeat quotes, and order requests are transmitted directly to liquidity bridges via software, priced by more than 50 different banks and dark pool liquidity sources In order to ensure that we maintain low spreads and high liquidity for 24 hours on the trading day, there is no manual intervention by traders, professional, fast, efficient and transparent!

  • Ultra-low cost
  • High transparency
  • Fair
  • Efficient
  • Leverage 400:1

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Low spreads

Horse Forex ECN aggregates more than 50 bank/liquidity quotes from around the world, allowing traders to experience the same deep liquidity spreads as many of the world's largest banks and financial institutions. High liquidity quotes and low latency guarantee customers can achieve better than traditional markets.

The superior commissioned execution price saves the transaction cost for investors. On the MT4 and MT5 platforms, the spread between Europe and the United States is as low as 0, and traders can trade all varieties offered by Horseforex on ECN account transactions on a computer or mobile device.

Market depth

Horse Forex ECN is an electronic trading network that belongs to the advanced stage of electronic market development. Several liquidity providers (top banks) are usually connected to an ECN, including the world's largest banks: Deutsche Bank, Citigroup Bank, Barclays Bank, UBS, HSBC, JPMorgan, Royal Bank of Scotland, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs. All platform participants' trade orders enter a common order database that provides the best bid and ask prices, and when the underlying parameters (assets, quantities, and prices) match, the order is executed quickly. This kind of mixed trading mechanism, which is driven by order-driven and quotation-driven in high market liquidity, guarantees no delay in order transactions.

Fast order execution

Horse Forex ECN servers are located in New York and London and use MetaTrade's state-of-the-art bridging technology to enable traders to enjoy the fastest and most stable trading environment in the industry while enjoying the best ECN financial product liquidity spreads.

Fair

Horse Forex ECN is only responsible for delivering the customer's order for the five back-end trading mode (NDD mode) platform, and earns the handling fee. The trader's order is traded with other counterparties in a unified trading pool, which is unrelated to the platform.

ECN Account FAQs

What is an ECN ?
ECN electronic automatic synthesizing mode, the full name of Electronic Communications Network. He is actually an electronic trading network, which belongs to the advanced stage of electronic development in the financial market, while foreign exchange ECN is a foreign exchange trading technology that uses a centralized-distributed market structure. This model is done in close cooperation with banks, institutions, the foreign exchange market and technology providers. The trader's list is directly and anonymously hanged on this network, each list is in the same position, according to the optimization of price and time fairness.
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Trading foreign exchange on margin carries high potential rewards but also high potential risks that may not be suitable for all investors. Before deciding to trade foreign exchange, you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience and risk appetite. Past performance is not indicative of future results, which can vary due to market volatility. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.

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