NFA Brokers (USA) - SEC Tier 1 Regulated

Use the table to compareΒ US BrokersΒ with NFA regulation.

The National Futures Association (NFA) regulates forex brokers domiciled in the United States, providing the regulatory framework to protect US investors and traders along with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), also in New York city.

USA brokers offer different trading conditions, payment providers and more when compared to the “European” brokers – use the table to find great deals on spread, offers, account options and more.

Deposit is a recommendation. Spreads are the brokers’ lowest advertised prices. Leverage is the maximum offered by the brand, and may only be available “offshore” . Use the full broker comparison table to search and filter for full details on each broker, and many more. Click on All Details to view a list containing all the broker’s information. Please do report any inaccuracies to us.

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