Trading Execution Transparency

In our constant mission to provide you with the most competitive trading conditions, we publish our spread data per instrument, in order to keep a clear line of transparency towards our clients.

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  • Transparency
  • Superior Execution
  • Robust Technology

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Active Trader Spreads

The following chart displays in an easy-to-understand graphical representation our historical spreads for active traders, calculating and showing 15-minute intraday weighted average spreads. We aim to provide all our active clients with tight spreads and unbeatable pricing.


Disclosure: The information provided is historical in nature and does not imply that Fondex maintains a particular capacity or performance level. Past results are not indicative of future performance. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss

Useful Information

What is a spread?

Spread is the difference between the SELL and BUY price of a financial instrument, and it is calculated in pips. There are two categories of spreads: fixed and floating. Fixed spreads do not change according to the market conditions and time of the day, whereas floating spreads are highly dependent on these two aforementioned factors. The basic advantage of floating over fixed spreads is cost-effectiveness; traders get the best market price at any given time and do not have to pay insurance premiums as with fixed spreads.

How can I use the Active Trader Spreads chart?

Our chart is very simple to use. Select your preferred instrument from the drop-down list of Popular Markets, along with the time period of your choice from the period bar. You will then be able to see the chart that fits your parameters.

How do I read the chart?

The x-axis represents the time period, while the y-axis shows spread values. A shorter or longer time frame can be selected, by moving the bars on the time period axis. By hovering over the spikes on the graph, the spread values for a selected instrument can be viewed, on a 15-minute weighted average time frame. Spreads usually rise during high market volatility and the end of trading sessions.

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss

Why Trade With Fondex

Ultralow Spreads



Zero Commissions


Award-winning trading platform


Dedicated 24/5 support team


Fast & reliable execution


Diversification with over 600 markets


Secure deposits & withdrawals


Fully regulated

Trading CFDs involves significant risk of loss

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