What is an XM Zero account?


What is an XM Zero account? – XM Ultra-Low Trading account formerly known as Zero account is offered specially for scalping traders. The main advantage of this trading account is its spread is relatively low compare to other available trading accounts.

Here is a quick snapshot of the XM Zero account (Ultra Low Account)

Base Currency EUR, USD, GBP, AUD, ZAR, SGD
Contract Size standard Ultra: 1 Lot = 100,000
Leverage 1:1 to 1:888
Spread on all majors As Low as 0.6 Pips
Maximum open/pending orders 300 Positions
Minimum trade volume Standard Ultra: 0.01 Lots
Micro Ultra: 0.1 Lots
Lot restriction Standard Ultra: 50 Lots
Micro Ultra: 100 Lots
Minimum Deposit 50$

How to Register XM Zero account? The process is very easy and simple. Please visit the broker’s official Website – www.xm.com and please navigate to XM Ultra-Low Account and click the “Open An Account” button and follow the onscreen instructions. If you face any difficulties then please refer to our XM Registration article first.

If you have already registered then please open your client cabinet and you can register Zero Account from your Dashboard with a few simple clicks.

XM Zero account is mainly for those who are interested in scalping. As the spread of this trading account is low so, scalpers take such advantages in their trading. Like other trading accounts, the XM Zero account offers commission-free and Swap-free trading.

If you want to cross-check other trading accounts of this broker and want to compare them side by side then you can check it from XM Trading Accounts.

If you want to know more regarding this broker, then please have a look at our Website’s XM Broker Section. Also, you can check our XM Broker FAQ to know the answers to the most common questions. If you have any comments or questions regarding this article, please let us know in the comments box below. We will try to assist you.

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