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Forex Brokers in the US | CFTC, SEC, FINRA, NFA regulation

The United States has one of the strictest regulatory environments in the world for all types of financial services providers. This also includes forex brokers, and it is the reason why many international brokers don’t even accept US residents as clients. As a US resident, your options are therefore often limited to forex brokers based in the United States.

US-based forex brokers are overseen by a large number of regulatory agencies. Among these are the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and the National Futures Association (NFA), to name a few.

According to the latest rules, NFA-regulated brokers may only offer leverage of up to 1:50 to retail clients.

Forex.com Forex.com (2001) Leverage: up to 1:50 * Deposit: from 50 USD Spreads:  mid  mid Location: US UK Japan Instruments: Currencies Crypto Indices Metals Energies Softs Stocks Platforms: Web MetaTrader 4 Specific Wire Transfer Credit Cards Oanda Oanda (2001) Leverage: up to 1:100 * Deposit: from 20 USD Spreads:  mid  mid Location: Australia Canada US UK Singapore Japan Instruments: Currencies Indices Metals Energies Softs Bonds Platforms: Web MetaTrader 4 Specific Wire Transfer Credit Cards PayPal UnionPay Bpay ATC Brokers ATC Brokers (2005) Leverage: up to 1:200 * Deposit: from 2000 USD Spreads:  mid  mid Location: US UK Cayman Islands Instruments: Currencies Indices Metals Energies Platforms: MetaTrader 4 Specific Wire Transfer Credit Cards Skrill UnionPay Nadex Nadex (2009) Leverage: up to --- Deposit: from 250 USD Spreads:  ---  --- Location: US Instruments: Currencies Crypto Indices Metals Energies Softs Platforms: Web Binary Platform Wire Transfer Credit Cards
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