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Search for and compare Forex Brokers, use the Advanced Search to refine your search results. View the brokers profile to see a detailed list of their features.

In terms of retail online forex trading, a Forex Broker is a company that facilitates the buying or selling of currency and other derivatives for clients. For their services, brokers are paid either a fixed commission or keep a portion of the spread (difference between the buy and sell price) for each trade.

In order to begin trading, a Forex Broker will require a trader to sign up with them, meet their regulatory requirements - usually a copy of your ID and proof of address - and also make an initial deposit of funds. Once signed up, the broker will provide traders with a trading platform through which to trade access the market.

Choosing a broker can be a difficult task and there are many factors to consider - by providing detailed profiles, advanced search functionality, reviews and other comparison tools, we hope to make the task a little easier!

Forex Brokers

Compare Forex Brokers FX Broker Headquarters HQ Founded Regulation Min Contract Max Lev #Pairs ECN
Kowloon, Hong Kong 2001 ASIC (Australia), SFC (Hong Kong), FSPR (New Zealand) 0.1 100:1 32
Toronto, Canada 1999 IIROC (Canada) 0.1 200:1 39
Mahe, Seychelles 2005 None 0.01 100:1 48
Zug, Switzerland 2003 FINMA (Switzerland) 1 50:1 160
Chicago, United States 1999 NFA (US), FINRA (US) 0.01 50:1 121
Luxemburg, Luxemburg 1998 CSSF (Luxembourg) 0.01 100:1 135
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