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GAME CHANGER

Team Up with Rakuten Securities Australia (RSA) for Game Changing Spreads.

Tight spreads. No Commission.

  • 0.6 pips
    USD/JPY
  • 0.5 pips
    EUR/USD
  • 0.8 pips
    GBP/USD
  • 0.5 pips
    AUD/USD

How can we do this?

RSA uses pricing technology direct from Tokyo, the most advanced RetailFX market in the world.

Other brokers advertise spreads from as low as 0 pips.
But they don't mention the commission they charge on top.

At RSA, there are no hidden costs.
No commission. Just low and fixed spreads.

  • We offer

    BUY
    SELL
    Fixed Spread
    0.5 EUR/USD
  • Average Competitors

    Commission
    BUY
    SELL
    Commission
    Variable Spread
    Average 0.6 - 2 EUR/USD inclusive of commission*
  • Minimum $50 Deposit
  • Up to 400:1 Leverage
  • ASIC Regulated
  • MetaTrader4

Fixed FX Spreads *

DURING THE NORMAL TRADING HOURS

The Japanese financial markets regulator, the FSA, makes sure we keep our promise.
The other time is during periods of low liquidity around data releases and holidays

Minimal slippage

Due to Rakuten Securities' unique liquidity set up, we can offer minimal slippage even at times of high market volatily. Our pricing feeds reflect the actual market you will get filled at with the least possible slippage. We believe offering transparent pricing helps our clients make the best possible trading decisions.

* About spread [(with exception)]

Normally you are trading on the spread mentioned above, but spreads may widen in situations such as a fall in transaction volume in the exchange market or concentration in one direction. In addition, please note that the advertisement spread figure does not guarantee the spread at the time of actual transaction, and the actual spread you recieve may not match the advertised value.

In addition, wider spreads may occur in the following situations:
• Weekday early morning (roughly 7:30 to 8:30 * One hour will be increased during summer time).
• Domestic and overseas financial market holidays.
• Before and after announcement of major economic indicators.
• When a catastrophic event such as an earthquake or a sudden event such as a political change or a serious event related to finance or economy occurs.