Worth adding that Bid/Offer in front QM is nearly always 1 tic.
Agreed this is 2.5c rather than 1c but the liquidity is nearly always there. (Probably still better than CFD's) Not the case once you get away from the front few contracts though.
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If you specify a mini-lot account you can trade from £1/tick. however you can have a euro, $ or £ account.
Price is derived directly from the underlying, so you will always have the same bid/ask as CL futures. There is a fixed commission of, IIRC 0.75 per trade, so the normal spread in CL would effectively be 2.5 ticks compared with 1 tick.
They were fine to use apart from one major thing - their platform is fiddly to use, and they don't have a Static DOM. I was planning on using Ninja for charting and executing in ProSpreads, however I just got annoyed after a while and stopped using it. However I'm a scalper, so it might not bother you as much.