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All broker details can be found & compared, with over 70 parameters available per broker.
You'll find over 50 parameters of details on every broker account your broker of choice has to offer.
Attain quick results with our Broker Quick Compare tool! Quick broker comparisons can be achieved by selecting brokers and hitting the compare button, plain and simple. By filtering the selection list with the general filter options, you can get a quick overview of what brokers offer the basic preference you need, and compare them. These basic preferences are available for a specific broker when the corresponding label next to the broker name is coloured.
MetaTrader 4, commonly known as MT4 is a very popular electronic trading platform, used by a great amount of traders and brokers. Simplifying and speeding up the interaction between trader en broker while offering a wide range of tools and options to customize the trading terminal to the traders wishes.
MetaTrader 5, commonly known as MT5, is the successor to MetaTrader 4 and differs from MT4 on multiple ways. For instance, while MT4 offers 9 timeframes, MT5 offers 21. Also, MT4 offers 2 types of market orders and 4 types of pending orders that can be used, while MT5 will offer you 2 types of market orders, 6 types of pending orders and 2 types of stop orders that can be placed.
US is the parameter indicating that US residents will be allowed to trade with this brokerage firm. If the broker is registered with the SEC (United States Securities and Exchange Commission) and complies to their regulations, they will usually support US Clients.
Indicates if the broker is regulated by a regulating authority or not. Brokers must meet certain conditions in order to be regulated, which conditions can vary between regulating authorities.