|Regulation||CFTC, FSA, FSA, SFC, ASIC|
|Trading software||Gain GTX|
|Headquartered||44 Wall Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10005Phone: +1.646.512.5421|
Forex broker GAIN Capital was established in 1999 as a provider of online trading services on global financial marlets. Gain capital holdings mainly specializes in providing foreign exchange (forex or FX) and contracts for difference (CFDs) trading services. The company has a reliable regulation, it operates under such major financial regulators as CFTC, FSA, FSA, SFC, ASIC. Gain capital group offers its products to a wide range of customers including individual traders, institutional investors and minor brokerages. Gain capital group llc is licensed and registered in the United States, its central office is headquartered in New York in the heart of all financial markets - Wall Street. Broker GAIN Capital provides its financial and investment services to customers from over than one hundred countries worldwide. The company’s trading platform transacts almost 250 billion dollars per month.
Forex GAIN Capital offers its customers trading on the award winning trading software Gain GTX which is a proprietary to Gain capital holdings. The gain trading conditions are quite comfortable and include minimum deposits starting from $250, low spreads ranging from 1 to 2 pips for all major currency pairs and leverage reaching 100:1. Besides, the fractional pips allow more precise quoting. The broker claims the fastness of order execution and the absence of slippages and requotes. To review the brokers’ products without risking the real fund it is possible to use a demonstration account for free so any trader is allowed to test the broker’s services. The depositing and profit withdrawal is possible via a wide range of payment systems including Credit Card, PayPal, Wire Transfer, WebMoney and PayPal. The broker offers such advantages as viewing real-time prices in 18 currency pairs, tracking P&L and open positions in real time and performing technical analysis with our advanced charting tool.
|Headquarters||44 Wall Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10005|
|24 hour support|
|24 hour trading|
|Digits after the dot in quotes|
|Minimum position size|
|Pip spread on majors||1-2|
|Standard account, $||250|
|Mini account, $||250|
|Popular payment methods||Credit Card, PayPal, Wire Transfer|
|Regulation||CFTC, FSA, FSA, SFC, ASIC|
My niche is futures trading, and at Gain Capital.. Since 2012 i have all kinds of problems with this broker, disconnections at crucial points, and now, 2017, a ban on charts larger than 1440 min.(forex might be next?..) Lost a lot of money because of all this.. For me this isn't a reliable and honest broker, but that's my opinion!
No one from all my expert advisers work on their accounts. I've been tested them with a number of different brokers and all showed me stable positive performance. I have no clue why it's not working but it's a bad sign. I would mention that prices on demo and real account absolutely different. They are much more different with other brokers. I do not mean that Gain capital is a typical scheme but their approach to execution and feed price may cause some issues to your EA's performance. Exactly what happened in my case.
I'm account manager who manages 4 accounts through mt 4 solutions. And from first hands, I guarantee that services at the top level. My customers can see all activities I do on my managers’ account and they enjoy sharing profits each month. You might say that I advertise my services but yes. If you want to invest in my managed accounts, you can better do it by opening trading account with Gain capital. I tested it with my own trading and with my client's accounts.
I used to trade with them for about a month. The services are quite of medium quality but at least the broker does not hamper a client to trade. At least I have not noticed any serious slippages or requotes. But when it came to withdrawal the slow hell has begun. It took me almost a month to take my money, and they charged me a fat commission fee.
Good customer support and hight liquidity