Get the Best FX Execution with HubuFX
As a True STP broker, HubuFX has an obligation to take all sufficient steps to obtain the best possible result for their customers when executing orders. This is known as striving for “best execution”. In deciding how to execute orders, a broker has a duty to seek the best execution that is reasonably available for its customers’ orders.
When you place an order to buy or sell stock, your broker has several options for executing your trade. For example, your broker may direct the order to an exchange, to another exchange, or to a firm called a “market maker.” A “market maker” is a firm that stands ready to buy or sell a stock listed on an exchange at publicly quoted prices. HubuFX routes your order to an electronic communications network (ECN) that automatically matches buy and sell orders at specified prices.
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We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible trading experience. Our hub is integrated with top-tier liquidity providers to offer instant execution, tight spreads, and zero commissions. This means that our clients can trade with confidence, knowing that they are getting the best possible prices and execution for their trades. Central banks set monetary policy and exchange rates
Forex is always traded in pairs, such as AUDUSD (livech art). This is because a currency’s value is relative to another currency. The forex market operates 24/7, allowing traders to buy and sell anytime.
The market includes banks, central banks, companies, hedge funds, and individual investors. Major players include central banks, commercial banks, and investment banks. Central banks set monetary policy and influence exchange rates. Commercial and investment banks facilitate trades and engage in speculative trading.
At HubuFX, we strive for “best execution” by taking all necessary steps to obtain the best result for our customers. We have a duty to seek the best execution reasonably available for our customers’ orders.
Keep in mind that trade execution in the forex market is not instantaneous and prices can change quickly. Always consider the potential for price slippage when placing trades.
Understanding Stock Order Execution with HubuFX
When you place a stock order, your broker has several options for executing it. For example, they may direct it to an exchange, another exchange, or a “market maker” firm that buys and sells stocks at publicly quoted prices. HubuFX routes your order to an electronic communications network (ECN) that matches buy and sell orders at specified prices.
Additionally, a broker may send your order to another division of their firm to be filled from their inventory. This is called “internalization.” In this way, the firm may profit from the “spread” between the price they paid for the security and the price they sell it to you.
It’s important to note that trade execution isn’t instantaneous. While usually seamless and quick, it takes time. Prices can change quickly, especially in fast-moving markets. Price quotes are for a specific number of shares, so investors may not receive the price they saw on their screen or were quoted by their broker. By the time your order reaches the market, the stock’s price could be slightly or significantly different.