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Trading Brokers Comparison chart - easily compare online brokers!

Compare online trading brokers, options, forex, CFDs...

Welcome to CFD Spys broker comparison chart. Compare online brokers at a touch (sort using the arrows), and find out just what each brokerage can offer you;

» Spreads? » Free demo account? » Promotions & bonuses? » Min Account size?


Whether you want to trade CFDs, forex, options, stock indices or commodities – use our handy broker comparison chart for a quick overview of available online trading brokers and when you see a broker you want to find out more about, just click through (broker logo) to their info page for a closer look.







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Comparison Table Key:

BASE: The broker’s home country.

MAX LEVERAGE: Maximum leverage offered.

SPREADS: Average spread on major products.

EQUITY CFDS: Average commission on equity CFDs.

FREE DEMO: Some CFD brokers offer free demo accounts

REG: Which bodies regulate the broker? (See a full list of financial regulators to the right)

While the information contained in our broker comparison chart is updated on a regular basis, we cannot guarantee that all of the information is 100% correct at the time of reading.

FCA: Financial Conduct Authority (UK)
CFTC: Commodity Futures Trading Commission
ECN: Electronic Communication Network
NFA: National Futures Association
ASIC: Australian Securities & Investments Commission
SFDF: Swiss Federal Banking Commission
FCM: Futures Commission Merchant
ARIF: Association Romande des Intermédiaires Financiers

SEC: Securities and Exchange Commission

 When choosing an online trading broker...

It may sound clichéd but when choosing an online trading broker, everyone is different. Ask yourself the following questions: How much are you willing to invest? What do you want to trade (CFDs, stocks, derivatives)? What added extras do you need – for example, do you want a training course or are you an experienced trader?  Do you want comprehensive charting packages?

It’s a good idea to utilise the free demo accounts that many brokers offer – even if you are an experienced trader. Using a demo account is a good way to test the company. After all, the software will be the same. But beware, a demo account will give you little idea of the execution capabilities of a broker, or how good its customer service is.

If you’re just starting out, simply deciding what exactly you want from a broker can be a hard task. Don’t worry – it’s a tough decision even for an experienced trader! Please visit our library and learn all you can. And keep an eye out for our 'Getting Started in Trading' guide, coming soon.

Whether you are an experienced trader or a complete novice, can help you make the difficult choice of which broker to use – and there is no better place to start than our Comparison Tool above. But remember, choosing the broker is only the first step. It’s only then that the hard work – and the fun – starts. We’ll be there with you every step of the way. 



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