M2 Forex Brings “Mid-Level” Institutional Access to Retail Traders Seeking Competitive Pricing & Execution

M2 Forex introduces a new pricing model for the experienced retail FX trader. By combining a raw price feed with competitive commissions, M2 Forex seeks to deliver a trading environment suitable for algo based or spread conscious traders.

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Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 01, 2013

M2 Forex (http://www.m2forex.com), an NFA Member Forex brokerage announces it will offer clients reduced commission trading to kick off the broker’s official launch.

M2 Forex was designed to offer “mid-level” institutional clients access to a tighter, more competitive pricing model. Though the definition of Institutional pricing varies significantly across the industry, M2 Forex defines “Mid-Level” as anyone who cannot access top tier bank liquidity through their broker because they do not meet the volume or deposit requirements.

The objective of M2 Forex is to provide prime pricing access to the serious retail trader. M2 Forex provides a trading environment for clients who understand that low spreads directly impact their bottom line, or provide enhanced trading conditions for their algorithms (EA’s). This model, although 100% open to the non-US market, was created to specifically fill the void in the US market where consolidation has forced traders to open accounts where they might not feel comfortable trading and may not get the best pricing due to a lack of options.

“We are looking to provide clients with what they have been asking for: the best price feed we could get, scaled commissions depending on volume and/or deposit, and significant benefits to their service without hidden fees and surcharges. We are certain that our commitment to fulfilling client needs will position M2 Forex at the forefront of the US retail Forex industry," stated M2 Forex Chief Technology Officer Trevor Ford.

M2 Forex is pleased to offer clients: the ability to trade EUR/USD on spreads as low as 0.5; 45 Currency Pairs to choose from; 1 click MT4 execution; Micro Lot Trading options; Trade Servers Located in the Equinix NY5 Data center; and low competitive commissions to help M2 Forex clients save on trading costs.

Additionally, M2 Forex will grant all clients a premium package of services at no additional cost, many of which often incur incremental surcharges with other competing brokerages. Clients holding live, funded accounts are eligible to receive:

Loyalty Points: Loyalty points are awarded to live account holders for each lot traded at M2 Forex and can be redeemed for Cash Rewards currently, with more redemption options to follow.

Programming Support: M2 Forex’s experienced tech support team is available to assist clients with coding and development of custom indicators or Expert Advisors, tailored to unique specifications.

Indicator Basket: Access to M2 Forex's custom indicator section, which includes an extensive assortment of MT4 indicators and trading tools.

Trading Based Free VPS Options: A complimentary VPS located in the Equinix datacenter provides clients with the technology they need with an industry low minimum trading condition of 10 round turn standard lots traded per month.

The M2 Forex website will also feature an interactive account profile for clients, easy to navigate reporting functionality, live chat feature, and a high level of client service and support from our experienced staff.

After a successful soft launch, M2 Forex will be officially launching their website to the retail FX community in the beginning of July 2013. Live clients can expect an exclusive early sign-up deal and Free Indicator offer for clients who register for a free MT4 Demo. Details on the offer can be found by visiting: http://www.m2forex.com/offers.

M2 Forex is a subsidiary of Back Bay FX Services, LLC (BBFX) who is a National Futures Association (NFA) member, and registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA)/ Independent Introducing Broker (IB) with the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) since 2007.


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