Arg, yours feels like taking too much space it’s true, I’m needy... edited
Darwinex is about perfect ...except for CFD indices trading for the very active volume trader imho (for the parcimonial trader, can be fine)
I always traded since 10 years, when not on futures, with fixed spreads. 1 point during regular trading hours on the Dax, DowJones & Footsie CFDs.
I admit I almost encountered huge troubles everywhere I went, soon or later, when dealing against market makers. The consequences were sometimes nightmarish. But some I won’t mention were better than others and I worked around their pitfalls
Now I’m even below 1 point (0.8 spread + 0.2 round-turn then I’m getting rebates of about -0.07), without surprises (not variable). The executions stabilized as tested are satisfying. My conditions are much more competitive than LMAX (which I used in the past too), so I’m not switching.
I’m sorry that an overall costs’ overhead of 50% more on the Dax, sometimes 200% or 300% on the Dow, even if remembering the daily mean, is detrimental to my trading which shows a financial edge over a large sample (volume) particularly. I can do nothing about it, this is derived from my way of practicing..
I would join the forex of Darwinex any day without the blink of an eye, it appears excellent. On the other hand, I feel really left out on the indices part, which has always been my principal attraction.
I’ll wait if Darwinex changes of provider. Untill then, won’t bother you all anymore.