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Forex.com

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5/5

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Foundation Year

NFA

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N/A

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Foundation Year

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Forex.com Review

FOREX.com is a trusted brand that delivers an excellent trading experience for forex and CFDs traders across the globe. It offers a wide range of markets and provides an impressive suite of proprietary platforms – alongside limited access to MetaTrader.

Though it’s not a discount broker unless you trade larger volumes, FOREX.com’s multi-asset offering will appeal to forex traders of all experience levels.

FOREX.com

 

  • FOREX.com’s parent company StoneX is publicly traded (NASDAQ: SNEX) and regulated in four tier-1 jurisdictions, making it a safe broker (low-risk) for trading forex and CFDs.
  • FOREX.com was Best in Class across multiple core categories for our 2023 Annual Awards, including Platforms & Tools.
  • With a wide range of markets available, FOREX.com’s multi-asset offering shines the most on its flagship Advanced Trading (desktop) and Web Trading (browser) platforms.
  • Web Trader features TradingView‘s advanced charting, which is fully integrated and conveniently accessible through the same username.
  • With FOREX.com’s acquisition of Chasing Returns, performance analytics are now available to live account holders for free.

 

  • MetaTrader 5 is only available outside of the U.S. – though it is set to launch domestically in 2022.
  • The educational offering for U.S. traders is not as robust as what’s available on FOREX.com’s new U.K. website.
  • Only about 600 instruments are available on FOREX.com’s MT5 platform, compared to over 4,500 on its non-MetaTrader platforms.
  • FOREX.com doesn’t produce video content as actively as peers in the research and education category, despite offering quality written content across both.
FOREX.com is a registered FCM and RFED with the CFTC and member of the National Futures Association (NFA # 0339826). Forex trading involves significant risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors. Full Disclosures and Risk Warning. Spot Gold and Silver contracts are not subject to regulation under the U.S. Commodity Exchange Act. Increased leverage increases risk.

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