What are the tightest spreads for trading CFDs?

Hi Brian,
Like other instruments, a spread indicates the difference between an asset’s buy and bid values in CFD trading. The difference in the underlying cost should exceed the spread amount for you to make a profit. Tighter spreads present benefits such as minimal trading costs and less volatile markets. eToro is one of the brokers you should consider. The company offers 1 pip for AUD/USD instruments. Australian-founded IC Markets also averages 0.1 pips for popular instruments. Likewise, Israel-based Plus500 offers 0.1 pips for EUR/USD pairs earning it a spot in the LSE. Not forgetting UK’s Darwinex that registers 0.2-0.3 pips for EUR/USD pairs. Although high-impact news may widen the CFD spreads when the market is closing, they remain low most of the time.