|Regulation||FSA (Japan), NFA, CFTC, DGCX, DMCC, ASIC, FSA (UK), MAS|
|Trading software||Metatrader 4, DealBook® WEB, DealBook® Mobile, DealBook® 360|
|Headquartered||618 Kenmoor Ave SE Grand Rapids, MI 49546, USA; toll free:1 616-956-9273|
Global Forex Trading was founded in 1997 as subdivision of Global Futures & Forex, Ltd.
Residence, Regulation, and Company Management Structure
The company is registered in the US, is registered with the CFTC, and is a member of the FCM.
A company has a few offices - their addresses are mentioned, the maps of their locations are available and he managers of company and its subdivisions are listed.
Company's Market Position
Types Services Offered
The Trading platform
The auction platform of DealBookR 360 is executable (size of distributive near 16?_) and provides both basic informative services and graphic analysis. The feature of the trading platform is the "direct trading with the graph," and the changing (of an order) is done by moving the line, illustrating it. There are some original functions in DealBookR 360, as, for example; the trailing of feet and support of transactions between traders. The platform can realise the sets of popular technical indicators.
The site is pleasant, but is overloaded with superfluous information, and self-advertising. Much important information is either hidden, within in a context, or reported on the special query. The search service on the site is practically useless.
|Address||618 Kenmoor Ave SE Grand Rapids, MI 49546, USA|
|Free phone||1 616-956-9273|
|24 hour support|
|24 hour trading|
|Accepts US traders|
|Digits after the dot in quotes||5|
|Minimum position size||0.1|
|Pip spread on majors||1-2|
|Standard account, $||250|
|Mini account, $||2500|
|Popular payment methods||Credit Cards, PayPal, Wire Transfer, Check|
|Account currencies||EUR, USD, GBP, JPY|
|Other instruments||Stocks, FX Options, Metals, Oil, Commodities, Indexes, Binaries, Indices, Spread Betting|
|Languages||English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Arabic, Russian|
|Platforms||Metatrader 4, DealBook|
|Regulation||FSA , NFA, CFTC, DGCX, DMCC, ASIC, MAS|
I completely agree with the previous comment. Spreads are tight and trader has access to wide range of markets. What I don't like is you should pay for this kind of quality much higher price. All commissions, transaction fees etc are above the average among FX industry. You can find reliable broker with lower expenses so I see no reason to open account here or keep on working with them.
Gft was acquired by forex.com. As a trader of both companies and active trader of Forex.com, I would say that things changed. No cancelation of winning trades, no tricks as it was before with gft. You got tight spreads and so on... What I want to mention is no extremely high number of price fluctuations during trading session anymore. They filter ticks and provide as smooth price as possible. I know it's been done as a good practice by others, so I see no negative impact on my performance.
I love the GFT spam comment from branson fan. With GFT you lose money if if you make money. I am amazed they get away with what they do.... How have they not been shut down? They close trades with tonnes of equity left in the account, they take huge fees out of profitable trades which then has them result in loses, and their software glitches at the most inconvient moments.
The funniest part is that their motto is 'above all integrity' .... This company should be shut down! How do they get away with it?
I trade with them about 9 months. First 3 months, I was not so skillful, I lost money; but the last 6 months, I made money. Good or not good; sometimes, it may depend how skillful we are. The longer we trade, the better we will.
STAY AWAY!!!! DON