Yadix a leading STP forex broker provides services using the MetaTrader 4 platform. Yadix welcomes any trader using any strategy including expert advisers, Hedging and Scalping strategies. As an STP (Straight Through Processing)forex broker profitable traders will never face exclusion from our brokerage. Our profits are gained from trading volumes and not clients losses.
As most traders already know, a Forex Holy Grail does not exist when it comes to mastering the Forex markets.However, Yadix has been working with one trading system that has proven to be the most successful trading system, the most popular and the most consistent system we’ve seen for a long time.
StablePro boasts excellent performance statistics of +176.7% return on investment and Zero % risk of ruin chances over the past 468 days, as you can see below.
As StablePro provides low-risk trading, consistent returns and trades only on a couple of selected pairs, we believe it is suitable for serious traders or investors who wish to benefit from the continuously stable monthly returns on investment. If you are looking for a high risk and unrealistic trading system, then StablePro is not for you.
The system is licenced per account and is subject to a discounted licence fee, however, for serious investors Yadix is happy to cover the costs of this system and provide a free London VPS for qualifying accounts.
To learn more about this, and other available systems, please contact the Yadix support team, or arrange a one-on-one conversation with your account manager.
VIP and high volume traders are the backbone of Yadix Forex Broker, and that’s the reason we have created a special program, targeted for VIP traders that offers the very best trading conditions and amazing rewards. As a Forex broker that supports profitable trading, we understand that the most important factor that allows you to generate the best possible trading performance is costs.
The Yadix VIP account offers core-bank spreads which means you trade with the best spreads from more than 10 leading liquidity banks and ECN’s with no mark-ups whatsoever. When comparing to the major brokers, Yadix boasts core ECN spreads as much as 40% lower than our competitors.
As an experienced trader, you will also realise that commissions (as well as spreads) are an important factor. On the Yadix VIP Forex account, we deliver the lowest possible ECN commissions we can, in fact we have sacrificed our STP profits for your high volumes.
The VIP account commissions on currencies are 2.50 USD per 100,000 traded, for indices, commissions are just $1 per round lot and for commodities commissions are set to a very low $10 per round lot!
Even as a VIP trader, you can still benefit from high leverage, minimum trade size 0.01 and max trade size 1000 lots (per order). Furthermore, there are no strategy restrictions, no minimum market distances or time limits and no hedging restrictions, with zero margin charged for hedged orders.
Other Benefits no other Broker can give you
The Yadix VIP Program offers you:
• VIP withdrawals processed in 1 Hour • Reimburse deposit fees • Personal Account Manager • Free access to Expert Advisors • Exclusive events and rewards
We are extremely proud to introduce to you the lowest and tightest spreads in Forex. We have sourced new liquidity feeds and we are now offering the best spreads anywhere with a massive reduction across all symbols with as much as 60% lower spreads.
The average spread for EUR/USD for 07-05-2019 was 0.13 pips, with more than 41% of ticks at just 0.1 pips, please see below:
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Login to your MT4 account and review the amazing reductions in our raw spreads and also benefit from our exclusive ECN rebate program and discounts.
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Tony Edwards Yadix Support Team Yadix Forex Broker Telephone: +44(0) 20 3239 6117 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Skype: yadix.forex
The U.S Non-Farm Payrolls will be released Friday, 3rd of May2019 12:30 GMT and is a key economic indicator that can cause volatility in the markets.
What to Expect this Month: The previous two employment reports have failed to be consistent, with up and down data being released, however the US employment market is forecasted to be stabilising back to an overall positive trend. This months report is expected to deliver 185K new jobs, the Unemployment Rate should be stable at record 3.8% lows and Average Hourly Earnings set be up 3.3% year-over-year and 0.3% month-over-month.
These figures are positive and indicate a positive labour market, and in turn this would help the Federal Reserve avoid an interest rate cut, after recent speculation, especially with President Trump tweeting support of an interest rate cut. However, there are also points of concern in the recent data, with Jobless Claims rise during the last couple of weeks above their expected figures.
The Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's optimism following Wednesday’s FOMC press conference was reinforced by non-farm productivity and factory orders which improved from the prior period. Since then, the Euro has been hardest hit against the dollar as Eurozone data remains weak giving the dollar a strong advantage, investors continued to buy the dollar ahead on the NFP.
As the new jobs figure is expected to remain stable, investors will be looking mainly at wage growth. If the Non Farm Payrolls don’t disappoint and average hourly earnings rise by 0.3% or more, it is expected that EUR/USD will fall and USD/JPY will rise. If wage growth falls short, EUR/USD should rally and provide some short-term relief.
Opportunities around the NFP Reports: Regardless of the results of the Non Farm Payrolls, the markets always experience moves immediately after the release which offer traders excellent short-term trading opportunities. Positive or negative reports will affect market sentiment which can create new trends and trading opportunities.
Please be reminded that now its the time to claim your April 2019 monthly rebates on your Classic, Scalper and Rebate accounts, up to 1.2 pips per lot traded. To claim your rebates simply send us an email in between the 1st and 5th of each month. Please include your MT4 account number and the number of lots that you have traded.
There are many challenges faced by profitable Forex traders, that all traders should consider when choosing their ideal broker for their investments. As an estimated 85% of retail Forex brokers are Dealing Desk brokers (market makers), profitable traders are at an extreme disadvantage due to the fact this broker model makes money when clients lose and lose money when client’s win.
The most common trading strategies to be affected the most are Scalpers, News Traders and Day Traders, and the reason is because these strategies can be very profitable, and executed by trading robots (EA’s), meaning that any trader can make profits trading the Forex markets. When an EA or manual trading strategy is profitable, a dealing desk broker losses money, and can often implement restrictions to ensure that the trader’s profit is limited, limit the ability to trade using these strategies or even disqualify the trader completely.
To combat this, profitable Forex traders choose to trade at STP/DMA brokers as there are no conflicts of interest. STP brokers make money on the spread or ECN commissions only, and do not make money on client’s losses, giving traders a level playing field and a fair chance in the markets. Below are some of the key facts about trading with a True STP Broker:
Trades Traders are placed with liquidity providers, often tier-1 banks and ECN’s to ensure no dealing or intervention on your trades. Identifying an STP broker can be tricky, look for 5-digit pricing, market execution and variable spreads.
Trading Conditions STP brokers offer neutral prices that mirror the global (real) market conditions. You will benefit from more competitive pricing (tighter spreads), no-requotes and price improvements (positive slippage). There will be no restrictions or limitations for scalping, hedging, news trading and HFT’s.
No Conflicts STP (DMA or ECN) brokers have no conflicts of interest with their client’s trading activity. You can be confident that your trades won’t be manipulated for the broker to have odds stacked in their favour as it would be with a dealing desk broker.
Advanced Forex Trading Highly sophisticated and profitable trading systems are extremely sensitive to many market aspects. So anonymous trading highly recommended. Anonymous trading ensures that the liquidity bank or ECN (execution venue) doesn’t have access to any details about the trader and his/her orders. This includes protecting how the client is trading (manual or EA), having pending actions hidden (SL/TP/Pending Orders) and of course no history on the trader’s past, profitability or strategy.
In conclusion, there is clear proof that trading with an STP broker is highly beneficial for profitable traders, EAs or strategies. We would like to invite all interested traders to review the Yadix STP Broker services and benefits to learn more: https://www.yadix.com/about-us/stp-forex-model/
The U.S Non-Farm Payrolls will be released Friday, 5th of April 2019 12:30 GMT and is a key economic indicator that can cause volatility in the markets. What to Expect this Month?
Non-farm payrolls are expected to add 180,000 workers for March, this follows 20,000 in February. Manufacturing employment should rise by 10,000, up from 4,000 in February and the unemployment rate is expected to be stable at 3.8%. Average hourly earnings are forecast to gain 0.3% on the month, down from 0.4% in February stabilizing the yearly rate to be 3.4%.
The markets are keen to learn whether February’s dramatic drop to only 20,000 new jobs was a blip or as a more concrete sign of weakness in the US economy, this will be reflected in another month of weak statistics, below the estimated 180K as fore casted. During the past five years the lowest months reports were 2018, 108,000 in September; 2017, 18,000 in September; 2016, 15,000 in May; 2015, 77,000 in March and 2014, 168,000 in February, and on each occasion the following two months delivered better than expected results.
For the past two years, the markets have seen some of the strongest job creation reports for many years, particularly in the manufacturing sectors, however there are several trade and economic issues including negotiations between US-China, the U.K’s withdrawal from the EU and an evident slowdown in global growth that could encourage caution and delayed hiring processes for big companies.
So far, February’s poor figures have not influenced trends dramatically and for the labour markets, there is no evidence that the current trend could change dramatically. However, another report under the expected figures may cause a change in direction. On the other hand, a strong US jobs report could indicate for at least one Fed rate hike this year.
Opportunities Around the NFP Reports:
Regardless of the results of the Non Farm Payrolls, the markets always experience moves immediately after the release which offer traders excellent short-term trading opportunities. Positive or negative reports will affect market sentiment which can create new trends and trading opportunities.
After several weeks of Terresa May facing a barrage of rejection on Brexit deal votes in parliament, the Prime Minister has been to the EU to request a Brexit delay. The EU has granted a few extra weeks for May to alter her Brexit plan, to get her proposals passed through parliament in order to avoid a no no-deal Brexit, the new deadline has been extended from March 29th to April 12th for the U.K to finally leave the EU.
The Prime Minister has faced a torrid time with the politicians, she needs to convince parliament that the deal is good. At the same momentum is gathering in the U.K public, with sections calling to revoke article 50 or hold a second referendum, in order to remain in the EU.
Currently, the government will be able to request a longer extension during the already extended period if it can “indicate a way forward” and agree to hold European elections. In the unlikely event that May does win the support of the Commons during the next vote on this coming Tuesday, the UK will remain a member state until May 22nd to allow necessary withdrawal legislation to be passed.
Donald Tusk, the European council president said that the options left available to the U.K are “The UK government will still have a choice of a deal, no-deal, a long extension or revoking article 50.” It seems that the EU are willing to display patience till the “very end” to allow the U.K to finalise all aspects.
The negotiations are at a critical moment, and it seems the May has no alternative back-up plan, other than just to try to push through the current deal again, and there seems to be a lack of confidence in the prime minister at home and within the EU leaders.
Tuesday’s vote could prove to be critical, and whatever the decision, traders can expect market volatility once the results of the votes are announced.
Fed’s Chairman Jerome Powell has commented that the central bank has no bias as to whether the next interest rate move will be up or down, but his colleagues are expected to deliver a more aggressive message. The committee is expected to forecast one interest-rate increase during 2019, and one more in 2020 which is a downgrade on the two proposed for 2019, back in December. Furthermore, the committee is set to add importance to remaining patient regarding future adjustments as well as announcing the end of reducing its $4 trillion balance sheet.
The forecasts from the upcoming report could dampen investors expectations that the Fed may end rate hikes . The two-year U.S Treasury yield have fallen 0.5% since November as growth has slowed globally and central banks are less confident on their outlooks. Many investors may have misjudged the Fed’s tightening plans, and they could announce plans for one or two further hikes this year that may surprise many investors.
Whilst the FOMC may well closely mirror January’s statement, current economic conditions could be lowered. One key indication will be the median economic growth forecast which is likely to be cut to 2.2 percent from 2.3 percent from December and at the same time unemployment could creep higher.
The markets will be looking for changes in the Fed’s tone, as recent data has been unstable suggesting that the Fed could be facing uncertainty regarding the recovery rate and inflation. Global growth has slowed as shown with the recent announcement from the European Central Bank that has cur its forecasts and subsequently implemented a new round of stimulus.