Basic data of broker
Recommended for Forex and CFD traders familiar with the MetaTrader 4 trading platform
Recommended for Investors and traders looking for solid research and a well-equipped desktop trading platform
Best broker for bonds
Low trading and non-trading fees, low forex fees
Low trading and non-trading fees, high fund fees
Stock and ETF fees
Deposit and withdrawal
Proof of identity: passport / national ID Proof of residency: bank statement / utility bill / tax bill / landline phone bill
Proof of identity: SSN and national ID / passport / driver's license
Markets and products
Disclaimer: 59.38% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
£85,000 for clients under FCA, €20,000 under CySEC, no protection under other regulators
$500,000 (securities up to $500,000, cash up to $250,000)
UK, Cyprus, St Vincent & The Grenadines, Mauritius
USA, Hong Kong, Singapore
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ATFX's service is weaker than TD Ameritrade's and a comparison of their fees shows that ATFX's fees are much higher than TD Ameritrade's.
Account opening takes somewhat less effort at ATFX compared to TD Ameritrade, deposit and withdrawal processes are more seamless at ATFX, while customer service quality is lower than TD Ameritrade's.
Our experts rated the trading platform of ATFX as somewhat worse than the platform of TD Ameritrade, found that clients have access to less markets and products with ATFX, while TD Ameritrade provides better research and education.