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Forex Brokers Update — November 8th, 2014

November 8, 2014 by

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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