BEST FOREX BROKERS

Below you will find our recommended forex brokers. We have personally traded with the brokers below, and have done thorough research of each one.

For experienced traders, we recommend Pepperstone or IG Markets.

For investors, we recommend eToro or Saxo Bank.

For beginners, we recommend Markets.

Please note: None of the brokers below accept clients from the USA. Conditions can vary between professional and non-professionals.

Pepperstone

Pepperstone is among the worlds largest forex brokers with a trade volume of over $150 billion per month. Regulated by both the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Spreads from 0.0 pips. Full ECN processing, meaning they do not trade against you and do not profit on your losses.

>>> TRY A FREE DEMO ACCOUNT AT PEPPERSTONE

IG Markets

IG Markets is a market leader within trading and one the largest providers of CFDs. Regulated by the FCA.

Over 15,000 instruments, several platforms including ProRealTime, MT4 and IG WebTrader.

>>> TRY A FREE DEMO ACCOUNT AT IG MARKETS

Saxo Bank

Saxo Bank is a Danish bank with over 25 years of trading experience. Prefered by professional traders, funds and investors.

Access over 35,000 instruments from one account, 24/5 tailored expert service, award-winning trading platforms (SaxoTraderPRO and SaxoTraderGO), and industry-leading prices.

>>> Visit Saxo Bank

eToro

eToro is the worlds largest investment network with more than 9 million registered users. You can trade real cryptos and stocks (not CFDs).

Regulated by the FCA in the United Kingdom. Highly user-friendly platform suitable for all types of traders.

>>> TRY A FREE DEMO ACCOUNT AT ETORO

Markets

Markets is a well-established broker and highly popular among beginners. Over 2000 instruments including cryptos.

Highly user-friendly platform which is available in your web browser.

>>> TRY A FREE DEMO ACCOUNT AT MARKETS

Importance of regulation

You must ensure that your broker are regulated by a reputable regulator. Without regulation, your broker can screw you over.

All the brokers above are regulated in Europe and follow the MiFID II directive. As a non-professional client, this means you can enjoy negative balance protection and possibly compensation schemes in your country.