Execution conditions

100% Guaranteed Execution
Zero Re-Quotes

At Milton, we invest a lot of time and resources to be able to offer the highest trading environment possible to our clients. We constantly upgrade our trading systems and monitor our execution speeds.

No Dealing Desk Execution

Milton Markets uses the latest technology to connect with a number of liquidity providers in the market. Our customers have more direct access to the market. We work with some of the industry's leading liquidity and technology providers We do this by working together. Milton Markets is positioned as a trading platform provider and is able to offer a wide range of services for your orders. We do not take a position as a market maker or liquidity provider.

Benefits of No Dealing Desk (NDD) Execution

Deep liquiity and ultra fast execution. At Milton, we invest a lot of time and resources to be able to offer the highest trading environment possible to our clients. Gain access to deep liquidity and benefit from the best available bid and ask prices every time you place a trade. We constantly upgrade our trading systems and monitor our execution speeds.

We are not an 'STP Broker'

STP (Straight-Through-Processing) is one of the most commonly misinterpreted terms in the trading industry. Although it is often considered to relate to the execution that a client receives from their broker, STP is in fact a post-execution, post-trade communication process between executing counterparties with minimal impact on the speed or price of execution that a retail trader is offered. The type of execution technology we use classifies us as NDD Execution.

We are not an 'ECN Broker'

ECN stands for Electronic Communication Network and is frequently confused with NDD execution. ECN refers to the anonymous communication between executing counterparties which may, in fact, result in no guaranteed fills and worse pricing for the retail trader. Milton is a true No Dealing Desk Execution broker, meaning that we execute client orders with no dealing desk intervention.

Order type

The Milton Markets platform allows for market orders, limit and stop orders, trailing orders, and You may place orders at any time during trading hours. A client may place an order at any time during trading hours. When a client orders and executes, the position will be opened. The position will remain open until the client closes it by making a settlement. position. Pending positions are constantly revalued at the current market price and continue to be revalued on the platform. You can view your account balance in real time.

You can hold up to 100 positions (including bookings) at a time. ) to.

Position Size

You can place a trade up to 50 lots in size. If you need to place more lots, you can open up to 100 positions.

Pending Orders

Our MT4 platform allows you to set Pending Orders so you set the price at which you want to enter the market. You can also set the price at which you want to close a position.

Trading Hours

The FX market is 24 houra a day/ five days a week, It is separated into four consecutive sesions that allow you to trade from Monday morning in Syndey to afternoon on Friday in New York.

Lightning Fast Execution
Average Speed under 0.1 seconds

Our mission is to provide the highest level of transparency and execution quality so that you can always feel safe that you are trading in the best trading environment we can offer. Regardless of the size of your trading account.

Every Millisecond Counts

We know that Day-trading requires the your trades are executed at the correct price that you want. Our cutting-edge technology allows us to offer our clients the highest order-processing speed so the price that you click, is the price that you get.

Best excution guarantee for slippage

We are so confident on our execution technology that if your trade shows slippage or slow execution speed, we will investigate and credit you back.

  • Slippage over 1pip
  • Execution time over 0.5 seconds
  • Execution times are outside of the 60 minutes before and after market open and close.
  • Execution time is other than 30 minutes before and after an index announcement or news.