Trade FX Pairs with lowest spreads

Trade FX Pairs with lowest spreads

Tier 1 liquidity providing

MOTFX provides you with price quotes from tier 1 liquidity providers and inter-bank systems. This ensures that your trades are executed withing the world's largest banks and funds orders.

Wide spread protection

Never miss a pip. Keep your positions secure with our wide spread protection program during high-impact news, low liquidity periods, market opening, and closing hours.

Wide spread protection

Low and stable spreads

Maintain your trading costs low, even during high price fluctuations. Benefit from low and stable spreads, even amidst high-impact market news and economic events.

Low and stable spreads

Split-Second Execution

Stay ahead of trends with lightning-fast execution. Have your orders executed in milliseconds on all available platforms.

Split-Second Execution

FX Pairs information

Min Spread
Avg Spread
Per lot/side
1 - 100%
Long Swap
Short Swap
Stop Out Level

Profit from currency price fluctuations


Trade FX majors, minors, and exotics

Benefit from raw, tight spreads and flexible leverage when capitalizing on FX pairs price movements.

    Access the biggest market

    Trade the currency market with no hidden costs or additional fees.

      Enjoy ultra-fast execution

      Utilize lightning-fast execution on globally favored platforms - MT5, cTrader, to your advantage.

        FX Pairs market conditions

        The forex market is the largest financial market in the world, with over $5.5 trillion in daily trading volume. Currency pair trading offers endless opportunities, operating 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.

        FX Pairs trading hours

        FX Pairs trading hours is from Monday 00:00:00 to Friday 23:59:59.

        All timings are in server time (GMT+3).


        Swap refers to the interest applied to all FX pairs trading positions left open overnight. Swaps occur at 00:00 GMT+3 each day, excluding weekends, until the position is closed.

        Swaps represent leverage and margin trading financing costs. It's important to note that triple swaps are charged on Wednesdays to cover financing costs incurred over the weekend.

        In our swap-free accounts, we don't charge swap fees. Instead, financing costs are covered by a small added spread. This account type is ideal for swap free traders who hold positions overnight.

        Fixed Margin requirements

        Margin requirements for exotic currency pairs always remain fixed, irrespective of the leverage you use. The margin for these instruments is held according to the instruments' margin requirements and is not influenced by the leverage on your account.


        FX pairs spreads are free-flowing and floating. We offer price quotes directly from the inter-bank system and tier 1 liquidity providers. As a result, the spreads in the table above are averages based on the previous trading day. For live spreads, please refer to the trading platform.

        Please note that spreads may widen during periods of low liquidity, high-impact economic news, market opening, and closing times. This widening may persist until liquidity levels are restored.

        Our lowest spreads are on the Pro account and remain at 0.0 pips to 0.3 pips for major pairs for 95% of the trading day. These instruments are highly liquid.

        Margin requirements

        The margin requirement for your account is determined by the leverage you use. Adjusting leverage will alter margin requirements: higher leverage results in lower margin requirements. However, higher leverage also entails greater risk. It's crucial to select the appropriate margin level and leverage based on your risk tolerance. Just as spreads may fluctuate depending on market conditions, the amount of leverage available to you can also vary.

        Stop level

        Please note that the stop level values in the table above are subject to change and may not be available for traders using certain HFT (High-Frequency Trading) strategies or EAs (Expert Advisors).

        Frequently asked questions

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