Why trade Forex with Saxo?
Trade FX from as low as 0.2 pips: Access a broad range of liquidity and look beyond just top of book to get great spreads at the trade sizes you want.
Robust order handling: Benefit from increased liquidity, transparency and control, with potential price improvements on every trade.
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Stay in longer: We offer stop-limit or stop-market order types, and trigger your orders on the opposite side of the spread to protect you from being stopped out due to spreads widening around economic numbers or times of reduced liquidity.
Order Execution Policy
FX Options: Get full electronic access to trade vanilla and binary touch options with maturities from 1 day to 12 months, providing you with maximum flexibility to implement your trading strategies and market views.
Responsible leverage: Benefit from our tiered margin methodology as a mechanism to manage political and economic events that may lead to the market becoming volatile and changing rapidly.
Tiered Margin Requirements
Automated trade signals: Simplify your market analysis with free technical Trade Signals integrated directly in your trading platform.
Trade FX on an award-winning online platform
We share the views of our strategists on daily market-moving events, and support traders with educational webinars, research tools and financial data.
We are the professionals’ choice - supplying trading and investment solutions to over 100 large banks, brokers and financial service providers around the world.
We offer the stability and security of an EU regulated bank, exceeding some of the toughest global standards for financial services.
Through our local sales and service organisation, we serve clients in more than 180 countries and provide regional phone support 24/5 whenever markets are open.
Saxo Bank has received wide-spread industry recognition for its FX offering, its platforms and its services.
Forex is categorised as a red product as it is considered an investment product with a high complexity and a high risk.
Danish banks are required to categorise investment products offered to retail clients depending on the product’s complexity and risk as: green, yellow or red. For further information click here.