Forex Brokers Update — November 8th, 2014

Three new brokers have been added this week:
DenForex — an IB company of Admiral Markets. It is based in Russia and is not regulated by any authority. The broker offers MT4 platform, high leverage and low minimum to start trading.
FXMoneyWorld — a Belorussian broker that is actually registered in Belize. They offer MetaTrader 4, medium leverage and $250 minimum account size.
AlumFX — an FCA-regulated company from the United Kingdom. It offers MT4, Currenex Classic, and Currenex Viking accounts with 1:100 maximum leverage. The minimum account size is $200 for MetaTrader and $10,000 for Currenex.
Some other updates have been applied to the listed brokers during the week:

  • Persepolis Capital Management is now known as PCM Brokers. They also stopped offering support and website in Russian language.
  • XForex started offering MT4 demo accounts.
  • Vantage FX now has MT5 and WebTrader demo.
  • Mill Trade started supporting cTrader platform for demo trading.
  • GOMarkets removed MetaTrader 5 from demo and live accounts.
  • WhichWay has been delisted due to its website’s inactivity.

  • If you have any questions or comments regarding any of the latest Forex brokers updates, please feel free to reply using the form below.

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