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Brokers for US Residents

forexstriker
Oct 18 2010 at 21:13
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A list of brokers that have confirmed in writing they will continue accepting US customers after October 18, 2010 with no leverage restrictions:

'Members of the Yahoo MTandI list have developed a list of brokers
who will accept US residents and offer leverage of 100:1 and
higher. We are providing this list to help traders who are
interested in pursuing accounts with brokers who offer greater than
1:50 leverage. We have not vetted this list and do not endorse any
particular broker. It's offered as a starting point for further research.

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Revised List 10-18-10 2:10 pm CST
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Brokerages that Will Accept US Citizens

AAAFX (added 10-12-10)
ActivTrades (UK) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
Arab Financial Brokers (added 10-13-10 Jake)
Askobid.com (added 10-13-10 Hope Boyce)
Broco (added 10-12-10)
Dukascopy (added 10-13-10 from CashBackForex. Note: Bridge
from MT4 to their proprietary platform)
E-global
FBS (added 10-12-10)
Fin FX (added 10-15-10 C Franks (https://www.finfx.fi)
Forex4You (added 10-13-10 Jake)
Forex FS - Australia (added 10-16-10 Jake)
Forex Metals (Panama) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
FOREX MMCIS: (added 10-13-10 Jake)
ForexClub.biz (added 10-18-10 Jake)
FXCast (added 10-17-10 Will accept US citizens if they provide a
non-US address and maintain a bank account outside the US-
Jake)
FXCBS (added 10-13-10 from CashBackForex). Jake confirmed.
FXCompany (added 10-12-10 NB: The Govt of Mauritius stated
it's revoking the business license of FXCompany in May 2010.
Current status is unclear)
FXM Trade (added 10-15-10 Jake)
FXOpen (May be the same as FXCompany. They have
unresolved regulatory issues with the government of Mauritius -
Jake)
GotMoneyFX (added 10-13-10 Jake)
Instaforex
InvestTechFX - Canada (added 10-14-10 Terri Horton)
InvestorsEurope.com (added 10-14-10 Jake)
MF Financial (mffx.com) - UK
MRC Markets (Austria) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
Marketiva
NordFX (added 10-17-10 Jake)
PrimeBank Forex (added 10-15-10 Abhay)
RFXT (Lebanon) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
RVMarkets (added 10-13-10 Jake)
SmartTrade FX - Canada (added 10-17-10 Jake)
Tadawul
Uni-FX (UAE) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
United World Capital (added 10-14-10 Jake)
Windsor Direct (added 10-12-10 Brian Durnil)
WSD Global Market - New Zealand (added 10-18-10 Jake)

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E Forex: Will maintain existing US clients but will not take new US
clients after October 18th.
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ACM Forex (Swiss-based) (added 10-12-10) Note: FPA
recommends caution in dealing with FCM due to legal action
against them
Will Schaarrand
pipinvestment1
Oct 29 2010 at 05:19
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Elkart posted:
     I've been told this is part of a larger push to get fx traded on exchanges like the CME.

Push comes to shove. Unfortunately, US citizens lack the knowledge or the balls to stand up and create a riot when the government continues to limit our freedom. From the patriot act, to the newly enforced DoddFrank act, our freedom of choice is being taken away one step at a time. Within the last ten years, their hidden agenda has proven to be not be in the interest of the American people.

From the drop in interest rates(2001) that caused the massive appreciation and demand in real estate, investments, easy credit, to more stimulus packages to ease the distress in 2009. The direction for the US is not pretty nor stable. Social Security is Bankrupt, Government bail out for the banks/wall st, quantitative easing will devastate the Dollar , the rise in the DOW is an inverse relation to the depreciation of the USD, 500,000 jobs lost every month for over a year, and the governments answer to this mayhem is inflation to increase exports?? WTF. Our wealth is vanishing faster than we can act to save ourselves.
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I've been testing several brokers that still accept US citizens. So far only 1 broker can honestly, be trusted. It is SmarttradeFx based in Canada. US citizens still accepted. I was only interested in ECN brokers with spreads on EURUSD less than 2 pips. Thank you for posting this list of brokers. I have found a few more that interest me. I will start testing more next week.

I would recommend using Dukascopy and MIG Bank for FX while they still accept US clients.

 OTC FX has no future in the USA and yes, it is a catch 22 to start trading Futures on a regulated exchange. I am already learning the Futures markets and merging over myself. If possible, pack your bags and get out while you still can. By the Way, if you want to turn over your US Citizenship, you will have to PAY Uncle SAM 50% of your Assets/Wealth. (Most are not aware of this.)
Will Schaarrand
pipinvestment1
Oct 29 2010 at 05:33
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ActiveTrades, does not accept US citizens. I just tried. Marketiva is a no go too. VantageFX will maintain Older accounts, No new accounts
Chikot
Oct 29 2010 at 07:03
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I have a question. I am Canadian myself and have been trading with Oanda. I have FX Manager account there and they started writing to me whether I am going to solicit my services to US citizens and that I have to get FNA registration to do so.
Obviously I would like to do so in the future as client is a client, but as it is not possible with Oanda without being registered with FNA and I do not have much time and desire to take on 2 those examples and a number of fees associated with it. I wonder, is there any other brokers that do not require registration to trade US citizens' funds or the only solution is trading like with master code from investors own account? It would be pity as I like Oanda.
Will Schaarrand
pipinvestment1
Oct 29 2010 at 07:39
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Yes, you will need the registration to trade US Clients at Oanda. However, its much less, than if you were in the US. You should be happy that your in Canada. Just go ahead and do what you have to do. Treat it like a business and not a tedious task.
Chikot
Oct 29 2010 at 07:50
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I actually checked their site, but could not find any information about text books I need to read to pass those exams. I could have downloaded and started reading now gradually to be ready when I need to take those exams.
forexstriker
Oct 29 2010 at 15:35
31 投稿
An updated list of foreign brokers that confirmed in writing they will continue accepting and servicing US customers after October 18, 2010 with no leverage restrictions:

Members of the Yahoo MTandI list have developed a list of brokers
who will accept US residents and offer leverage of 100:1 and
higher. We are providing this list to help traders who are
interested in pursuing accounts with brokers who offer greater than
1:50 leverage. We have not vetted this list and do not endorse any
particular broker. It's offered as a starting point for further research.

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Revised List 10-25-10 1:45 pm CST
-------------------------------------------------

Brokerages that Will Accept US Citizens

2pipsforex.com (added 10-18-10 Jake)
AAAFX (added 10-12-10)
AccentForex (added 10-20-10 Jake)
Arab Financial Brokers (added 10-13-10 Jake)
Askobid.com (added 10-13-10 Hope Boyce)
Broco (added 10-12-10)
City Credit Capital (added 10-25-10 Jake)
dbFX - Deutsche Bank (added 10-22-10Jake)
Dukascopy (added 10-13-10 from CashBackForex. Note: Bridge
from MT4 to their proprietary platform)
E-global
F|B Capital Markets (added 10-22-10 Jake)
FBS (added 10-12-10)
Fin FX (added 10-15-10 C Franks)
Forex4You (added 10-13-10 Jake)
Forex FS - Australia (added 10-16-10 Jake)
Forex Metals (Panama) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
FOREX MMCIS: (added 10-13-10 Jake)
ForexClub.biz (added 10-18-10 Jake)
FXCast (added 10-17-10 Will accept US citizens if they provide a
non-US address and maintain a bank account outside the US-
Jake)
FXCBS (added 10-13-10 from CashBackForex). Jake confirmed.
FXCompany (added 10-12-10 NB: The Govt of Mauritius stated
it's revoking the business license of FXCompany in May 2010.
Current status is unclear)
FXM Trade (added 10-15-10 Jake)
FXOpen (May be the same as FXCompany. They have
unresolved regulatory issues with the government of Mauritius -
Jake)
GotMoneyFX (added 10-13-10 Jake)
HotForex (Mauritius) (added 10-22-10 Jake)
IKOFX (Cyprus) (added 10-22-10 Jake)
Inovatrade (added 10-21-10 Jake) Per Panamanian CNV (the
financial services authority of the Republic of Panama)
Panamanian forex dealers can service US residents if they want to
and there's nothing the CFTC can do since there's no local
regulatory group to enforce CFTC regulations
Instaforex
InvestTechFX - Canada (added 10-14-10 Terri Horton)
InvestorsEurope.com (added 10-14-10 Jake)
LiteForex (added 10-19-10 Jake)
MF Financial (mffx.com) - UK
MIG Bank (Switzerland) (added 10-30-10 Jake)
MRC Markets (Austria) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
Marketiva
NordFX (added 10-17-10 Jake)
OMFinancial (New Zealand) (dded 10-22-10 Jake)
PrimeBank Forex (added 10-15-10 Abhay )
RFXT (Lebanon) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
RVMarkets (added 10-13-10 Jake)
RoboForex (added10-24-10 Terri Horton)
SmartTrade FX - Canada (added 10-17-10 Jake )
Tadawul
TradeNext (added 10-19-10 Jake)
Uni-FX (UAE) (added 10-18-10 Jake)
United World Capital (added 10-14-10 Jake)
Varchev Finance (added 10-19-10 Miro Rusev)
Windsor Direct (added 10-12-10 Brian Durnil)
WSD Global Market - New Zealand (added10-18-10 Jake)

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E Forex: Will maintain existing US clients but will not take new US
clients after October 18th.
______________________________________________
ACM Forex (Swiss-based) (added 10-12-10) Note: FPA
recommends caution in dealing with FCM due to legal action
against them
ACM | AC-Markets.com | Advanced Currency Markets reviews and ratings by Forex Peace Army
markets.com
Will Schaarrand
pipinvestment1
Nov 03 2010 at 20:29
219 投稿
Im using SmartTradeFx and I am happy with them. Good customer service, honest reviews, good spreads, fast execution, two trading platforms. No restrictions, no requotes, and 200:1 leverage.

I've tested some other ECN brokers from the list above, Most are junk, so be aware. Thanks for sharing. I see some ones that I want to test ;-)
Chikot
Nov 03 2010 at 22:05
2299 投稿
BTW, regarding these brokers. Does prospective FX manager still need to register to be able to trade OPM of US citizens. As I understand it is required it client transfers funds to Oanda FX Manager for example. But if trading is conducted via Limited POA from client's own account no registration is necessary, am I right?
Alexey (Montana)
Jul 19 2011 at 11:33
3 投稿
Try ICM Brokers
Min Account size: 500 USD
Spreads: 0.5 - 2 on EUR/USD
Leverage:1:100, 1:200, 1:400
forexstriker
Jul 19 2011 at 11:37
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How can ICM brokers offer leverage of 1:100, 1:200, 1:400 if they operate in the US and are therefore subject to the US CFTC 1:50 maximal leverage limit?
Alexey (Montana)
Aug 02 2011 at 11:26
3 投稿

forexstriker posted:
    How can ICM brokers offer leverage of 1:100, 1:200, 1:400 if they operate in the US and are therefore subject to the US CFTC 1:50 maximal leverage limit?
Sorry, ICM Brokers no longer accept US residents.
Terrence Brannon (princepawn)
Jul 03 2014 at 10:14
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They accept US residents who register with them through an international corporation.
Adrian Matusiak (adrian8891)
Jul 03 2014 at 12:26
696 投稿
princepawn posted:
They accept US residents who register with them through an international corporation.

Everything can be done ;)
PAMM MANAGER // Professional Fund Manager
Bob LLewellyn (ForexAssistant)
Jul 03 2014 at 19:06
465 投稿
Every couple of years a new group collects a list of Brokers that will accept US citizens. We open an account with them then get booted to the curb when the sabers start rattling. I have been forced to close 5 accounts this way. Someone please stop this merry-go-round and let me off. The best way to not have to deal with the U.S. BS is to move out. And that is exactly what I am in the process of doing. This take over of the world governments has started a long time ago and there isn't squat that we can do about it.

Be smart and keep your head down. Forget trying to do business in the US. There is more business elsewhere with a lot less to lose. If it makes sense to move your assets to a safer area, doesn't it make as much sense to do the same for yourself?

The worst is yet to come, Cypress was a test model, 'Run Luke, Run'.

where research touches lives.
bewayopa
Jul 06 2014 at 15:35
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My main criterion is that they place orders directly on the market.
So I use ActivTrades (UK)

https://secure.activtrades.com/?ib=05748c89ce8a46a1b6c59e6ea4ce6bc2&lang=pt
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