FOREX.com

Regulation

GAIN Capital Group, LLC is a registered futures commission merchant and retail foreign exchange dealer with the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and is also a member of the National Futures Association (NFA). All other subsidiaries of Gain Capital are duly regulated by the respective authorities around the world: Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, U.S.

As a global publicly traded company, regulated in 7 jurisdictions, Gain Capital meets high standards of corporate governance, financial reporting and disclosure. Generally speaking, if you choose to invest in forex.com, you may trade without worries concerning your funds’ safety.

Trading Conditions

The highlights of Forex.com‘s trading conditions:

  • Minimum initial deposit of $50
  • Commission-free trading (FOREX.com is compensated for its services through the bid/ask spread);
  • Variable spreads, averaged 1.8 pips on EUR/USD;
  • Leverage up to 1:200 (1:50 for US clients);
  • Micro lots available for trade for those unwilling to put much at stake;

Fast execution:Average execution speed is 0.05 seconds;

Trading Platforms

Forex.com offers a selection of trading platforms: FOREXTrader, MetaTrader 4, Tradable & GTX.

FOREXTrader is a fully-customizable trading platform available via web, download and full suite of mobile apps including for iOS and Android devices.

MetaTrader4  is the most common forex trading platform. It offers competitive pricing on over 45 currencies, superior market execution and EA optimized environment.

Tradable operates as an app-store – when a trader installs the software, it is a blank canvas with only trading instruments quotes, and an actual app store, where you can buy various sorts of applications – charts, analysis tools, etc.

 

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Methods of Payment

Forex.com’s clients may use bank wire transfer, as well as debit/credit cards as payment methods.

EU clients can use Sofortbanking (online funds transfer available in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands and Belgium only), while US clients may also make deposits and withdrawals via Check and eCheck (U.S. bank accounts only).

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