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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 64 % of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
I think, Darwinex should list the broker, where the account is migrated from.
Depending on the strátegy it can make a huge different, where you trade
Personally I migrated 2 accounts from IC Markets AU, where the strategies are generating fantastic results for years now.
But with darwinex condition in spread, comms and swaps (swaps are one of the worst I have seen in FX industry so far) I hardly can make a little bit. AND its getting worse the last months, sorry to say.
Trading conditions is the main difference (for me), not higher leverage with IC which will be adjusted during import anyway due to VaR target.
Thanks for your feedback. We will forward your comment to our LPs to discuss the swap rates with them.
Unlike other “brokers”, we do NOT act as a market maker and hence have to pay swap rates to our LPs. As you certainly are aware, most brokers internalise their flow and hence are not charged any swap rates whatsoever (i.e., they are charging their traders for sth they are not paying). Unfortunately, we cannot make up fake swap rates like other brokers do, we depend on our LPs.
In regard to NZD pairs, it is not true that we are not refunding positive charges. As we announced last week, today is a bank holiday in NZ.
Usually, when there is a bank holiday, LPs charge / pay greater swaps rates on the days leading to the relevant bank holiday (you certainly noticed higher swaps last Wednesday because of today’s bank holiday in NZ, NZD positions were paid *4 on Wednesday but, of course, no one complained then
Bank holidays apart, I will make sure your comment reaches our LPs so we can negotiate better rates with them, your feedback is highly appreciated!
I appreciate the customer service and Darwinex platform because of their some amazing ideas and I don’t have any bad intention on this feedback. I am a happy customer of Darwinex, by worst broker I mean only in terms of swap charges only.
I am not expert on how broker functions, but heard similar stories as you are pointing out.
I am very much of aware of such things, for example, I never complained in past when I didn’t get positive charges on EURMXN position and upon contacting Darwinex team they said it was because Easter holidays, fair enough I understand that.
Well, my post was in support of another post because I had a similar experience, which was part of constructive criticism. I was talking about EURNZD (my position was opened 14 OCT and closed on 18 OCT), which was not affected by a holiday at all. Screenshot is attached.
This is not a complain, anyway this swap rates are in cents and with retail trader like me often it is not worth time and energy. But as I said for investors/darwin providers with million under their AUM it means a lot. Secondly, in my mind I have high value for Darwinex as a broker and such illogical swap rates affect it.
I am repeating again, Please don’t consider this post as bashing/blaming to Darwinex team. Infact, in my opinion Darwinex is best broker for retail clients at this point of time. Big thumbs up for your customer support and for listening/reading to this community, which indicates you give importance to your clients.
Thanks again, and sorry if I have hurted anyone by my opinion.
If this (=swap rates) is, what you got from your LPs (and I trust your words really) , then you definetly have to TALK TO THEM.
I traded with about 20 different brokers during the last 2-3 years and concerning swaps darwinex is the worst. Spreads and Comms are okay so far (althought spreads getting worse as well the last few month)
Go to MyFxBooks and compare your values to other and show this listing to your LPs.
I imagine it’s all about how much volume you bring. Darwinex is still relatively small so we can hope that with time as Darwinex grows they will be able to negotiate better rates. I understand Darwinex is not profiting from swap fees.
I agree with you. AND , I guess darwinex is dealing with LMAX (and Saxo?).
LMAX is also one of the worst I had traded with.
Good spreads and executions and I really like ther idea of an open 'FX-exchange" , but a ‘swap-robbery’ machine …