Like many other Caribbean nations, the Marshall Islands does not regulate forex brokers that incorporate there. Instead, these brokers are merely registered as legal companies, and can enjoy the beneficial tax regime that offshore countries typically offers. To compensate for the lack of government regulation, however, some brokerages have joined independent regulatory organizations such as the Financial Commission (FinaCom).
Most brokers in the Marshall Islands offer a variety of trading assets, including stocks in the form of contracts-for-difference (CFDs). These make it easy for ordinary retail traders to make money “both ways” in the stock market. In addition, CFDs gives traders the leverage they need to be able to make meaningful profits even with just a small trading account.