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About the editorial team

As a Director of Research, my responsibilities include conducting in-depth research on brokerage firms, analyzing their financial performance, regulatory compliance, and customer satisfaction.  Also, our team tries to add content and do weekly research to keep customers close and well informed about the smallest details and regulations about brokers and the financial market.
Director of Research  

Andrei Badea

Director of Research  
Digital Marketing Manager

Alex Zghibolt

Digital Marketing Manager





Our research team conducts thorough testing on a wide range of features, products, services, and tools
We also take an in-depth look at each broker’s commissions and fees, such as bid/ask spreads – including the average spread data for some of the most popular forex currency pairs. We research other trading costs, such as inactivity or custody fees, minimum deposit requirements, VIP rebates and/or discounts, and a range of other important fee-based data points.
Methodology for Evaluating Brokerage Companies:
Research: Begin by conducting extensive research on brokerage companies, including their reputation, history, and regulatory compliance. Gather information from reliable sources such as financial publications, industry reports, and regulatory bodies.
  • Regulation and Security:
    • Check if the broker is regulated by reputable financial authorities.
    • Look for investor protection measures and segregation of client funds.
  • Trading Platforms:
    • Evaluate the quality and functionality of the broker’s trading platform(s).
    • Consider factors like user-friendliness, stability, availability of advanced charting tools, and order execution speed.
  • Tradable Instruments:
    • Assess the range of currency pairs and other financial instruments offered by the broker.
    • Ensure they provide access to the specific markets and assets you are interested in trading.
  • Spreads and Fees:
    • Compare the spreads offered by different brokers for the currency pairs you intend to trade.
    • Consider additional fees such as commissions, overnight financing charges, deposit/withdrawal fees, and inactivity fees.
  • Leverage and Margin:
    • Check the maximum leverage ratios available and margin requirements.
    • Consider your risk tolerance and trading strategy when evaluating the leverage offered.
  • Order Execution:
    • Look for information on the broker’s order execution policy and quality of trade execution.
    • Consider factors like order types available, slippage, and trade rejections.
  • Customer Support:
    • Assess the availability and quality of customer support: email.
    • Look for responsive and knowledgeable support staff who can assist you with any issues or inquiries.
  • Educational Resources and Research Tools:
    • Evaluate the broker’s educational materials, tutorials, webinars, and market analysis.
    • Consider the availability of research tools like real-time news, economic calendars, and technical analysis resources.
  • Deposit and Withdrawal Options:
    • Check the available methods for depositing and withdrawing funds.
    • Assess factors such as transaction fees, processing times, and convenience.
  • Reputation and Reviews:
    • Research the broker’s reputation by reading reviews from other traders and industry professionals.
    • Look for feedback regarding the broker’s reliability, trustworthiness, and customer satisfaction.
Remember that your individual trading goals, preferences, and level of experience should also influence your decision. It’s important to conduct thorough research, compare multiple brokers, and consider your specific needs before making a final choice.

Disclaimer: No information, nor financial advice related to online trading is offered through contact.