Trading Accounts

Whatever your trading style or experience level, we have an account type to suit you.

Included across all accounts

We know that every trader is different. However, there are some things that all our clients look for in a trading account.

  • Minimum 0.01 lots trading size
  • Maximum 100 lots trading size
  • Available leverage up to 500:1
  • AUD$200 minimum account opening balance
  • Base currencies available: AUD, USD, JPY, GBP, EUR, CAD, CHF etc..
  • Scalping allowed
  • Expert advisors allowed
  • Hedging allowed
  • News trading available
Razor Standard
Institutional grade spreads Yes (with no markups) Yes
Average EURUSD spread 0.0 - 0.3 pips 1.0 - 1.3 pips
Commission* From AUD$7 round turn 100k traded $0
Rollover swaps Refer to your trading platform for market rates Refer to your trading platform for market rates
Best for Scalpers and algorithmic traders New traders

*Commission may change based on your account, platform and base currency. Find out more about spreads, swaps and commissions.

Account type FAQs

1. What's the difference between spreads and commission?

Spreads are charged in the base currency that you are trading. Commission is always charged in the same currency type you use in your account.

2. How is commission calculated?

Commissions are charged on standard lots traded. So if you trade 0.1 of a lot, the commission is 10% of a standard lot. If you trade 0.01, it's 1%.

3. Which leverage level is right for you?

This depends on your needs. Increased leverage gives you the ability to enter into larger trades as your margin requirement is reduced. If you decrease your leverage, you decrease the ability to open larger positions as the margin cost is higher. We believe the key to reducing risk is to consider appropriate position sizing for your account. For example, risking no more than 1-5% at any one time. The key is to be comfortable with your chosen leverage and risk.

4. What's the difference between swaps and admin charges?

What is a swap?

A forex swap rate is defined as an overnight or rollover interest that's earned or paid for holding positions overnight in forex trading. These rates are determined by the interbank spread and cross-currency basis.

Swaps can go both ways. That means traders can be paid swaps, or they can incur swap charges on their relevant trade positions. This will depend on the instrument being traded, whether your position is long or short, and whether the trade was held over the rollover period. As spot forex contracts settle on a T+2 basis, triple swaps will be charged on the Wednesday rollover to account for the weekend interest.

What is an admin charge?

Traders will always incur a fixed admin charge and never be paid an admin fee, regardless of their trade positions. Admin fees are charged if you hold a trade open past 10th continuous day. This fee is charged every 10 days.