Execution Policy

99% of All Trades are Executed in Less than 1 Second

Execution Policy

  • 99% of All Trades are Executed in Less than 1 Second
  • Strict NO re-quotes policy
    NO Virtual Dealer plug-in
  • 100% execution rate - no rejection of orders
  • Real-time market execution

Trade forex with no re-quotes and real-time execution.
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8MAX Execution

8MAX has pioneered at introducing a no re-quotes and no rejection of orders policy since 2017.We offer 99% execution of orders with 99% of all our orders executed in less than 1 second.

Fills on Market Orders

At 8MAX you can trade 5 million with a simple click, as we guarantee fills on market orders up to 50 lots (5 million). However, if you intend to deal in an amount even bigger than this, you can either split up the order into smaller trade sizes.

Placing Orders

Our trading platform supports market, limit, stop and trailing stop orders, and you have the freedom to place orders at any time during trading hours. Your position will remain open until the closing trade is executed; moreover, your account balance is updated real-time according to current market prices. With fractional pip pricing you can trade with tighter spreads and enjoy most accurate quoting possible

Kindly note that you may only hold up to 200 positions open simultaneously (per client and including pending orders).

Fills on Stop - Loss and Limit Orders

At 8MAXTrading we understand the importance of stop-loss and limit orders in risk management, this is why we guarantee fills on both such orders up to 50 lots at the best available market price.

Holiday and Weekend Execution

Should there any market gaps occur from a Friday close to a Sunday opening, XMTrading executes all pending limit or stop orders at the first available market price for the corresponding position size.

Volative or Illiquid Market Trading

Thanks to its alertness and business partnerships with various liquidity providers, 8MAXTrading aims to serve you best even during volatile market conditions by executing orders at the best available market price.