New Forex Brokers

New Forex brokers often offer rather attractive conditions to traders. Trying to beat their older competition they usually start with a lot of bonuses, contests and rebates. Many traders prefer to go with the new currency brokers, before they grow up enough clients to become unresponsive and slow on support. If you seek the list of the newest Forex brokers — the ones that only recently have started to offer their trading services online — you may stop your searches here. This list presents only those companies that launched their Forex websites in 2017 and 2018. You will find 9 brokers listed in the table below.

Forex Broker Min. Account Size Broker Rating Min. Position Size Payment Max. Leverage Serious Regulation Spread US
TryMarkets $500 - 0.01 1:500
  • Platforms
    • MetaTrader 4
  • Countries
    AE GB
  • Regulation
    • IFSC (Belize), FSC/60/337/TS/17
ETFX $500 - 0.01 1:200
  • Platforms
    • MetaTrader 4
  • Countries
    CN NZ VU
  • Regulation
    • FSP (New Zealand), 549786
Swiss Markets $200 - 0.01 1:500
  • Platforms
    • MetaTrader 4
  • Countries
    CY
  • Regulation
    • CySEC, 199/13
ForexGrand $250 - 0.01 1:300
  • Platforms
    • MetaTrader 4
  • Countries
    AE BG BY ES KZ RU
  • Regulation
FXB Trading $25 7.8 0.01 1:500
  • Platforms
    • MetaTrader 4
    • MetaTrader 5
  • Countries
    GB VC
  • Regulation
Markets Cube $5,000 - 0.01 1:100
EBH Forex $100 - 0.01 1:200
Markets Invest $250 - 0.01 1:1000
AMEGA $1 - 0.01 1:1000

Traders often shun freshly created brokerage companies. But even trading with a new broker can be justified:

  • You wish to benefit from various promotions and bonus offers that are common on new brokers' launch.
  • You want to enjoy a very responsive customer support service as there will not be to many traders to keep it busy.
  • Their trading servers may also be much more responsive than the overloaded servers of the old and established brokers.
  • If you plan to deposit a huge amount of money, you can try dictating your own conditions to a new broker, which will do its best to keep big clients.