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    Which brokers pay the best pip-to-dollar ratio?

    Is there an inventory or does somebody know which brokers cover well for pips?

    I created an indy and would love if people can post their outcomes; maybe use EURUSD and a exotic pair such as GBPNZD so we can comapre.

    Thank you in advance.

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    For example, you're in profit on EURUSD for 100 pipettes with 0.01 then your equity will be ~#0.55 or whatever. I had been wondering if brokers offer #0.65 or is that a silly question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    For example, you're in profit on EURUSD to get 100 pipettes using 0.01 afterward your equity is going to be #0.55 or whatever. I had been wondering if brokers offer #0.65 or is that a silly question?
    With every broker it's the same (unless they're conducted by Russian maffia, then they could vary (unlikely)).

    Read some fundamentals, what is a pip and how are they calculated.

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    Oh dear...

    Without being insulting, you need to do some serious study on exchange rates, Forex and trading in general I suspect. Babypips is a good website to begin as is investopedia.

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    If I understand correctly, the answer for your question is leverage. You need to check what this one is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    For example, you're in profit on EURUSD to get 100 pipettes using 0.01 afterward your equity is going to be ~#0.55 or anything. I had been wondering if brokers provide #0.65 or is that a ridiculous question?
    Hmm. . Are you talking about SWAPS?

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    I really don't know whether they are the exact same or not.

    I exchange with TD Ameritrade/Think or Swim.

    Should I pay a commission (That is basically 1 pip commission to input and one pip commission to exit the trade) then the spread is generally around 1 pip or less.

    Thus, it is a 3 pip spread, give or take.

    To split, I generally require the underlying to maneuver 3 pips one direction or another.

    If it is non-refundable trading, then the spread is around 3 pips.

    Occasionally, this varies. However, the spread is 3 pips.

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    I really don't know just what you mean, but all brokers ought to be the same. I'm currently using FXDD

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Is there a list or does somebody know which brokers cover well for pips? I created an indy and would love if people can post their outcomes; maybe use EURUSD and an exotic pair like GBPNZD so we could comapre. Thank you in advance.
    What?? It is the same..come on, even newbies know enough not to ask these kind of questions. As others have suggested, please check out babypips.

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    I know the English of OP isn't that great, but I believe what he's trying to ask is about SWAP rates rather than pip value. Which isn't a bad question...I don't know of any website that keeps track of swap rates for varioius brokers. And as you know, swap rates are something that may have a bit of variation based on the broker.

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