|Trading software||MetaTrader 4, WebTrader|
|Headquartered||Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street London, EC2N 1HN United Kingdom|
Gulliver FX (FCA no. 595713) is a brand new forex company established by YJFX, Inc. and Yahoo! Japan. YJFX, Inc. is currently the world’s 3rd largest OTC provider* and, like our parent company, Gulliver FX aim to provide a first-class foreign exchange trading service for our clients all over the world. Our goal is to foster a positive long term relationship with clients through providing a unique trading experience never seen before in the industry.
Traders may trade anywhere by using our multiple trading platforms and our user-friendly interface ensures that trades could be carried out reliably and effectively. To meet the ever-increasing demand for client service support, our fast and responsive Client Service Desk will be available to handle your enquiries throughout the week.
Your success is equally important as ours and we strive to provide the best trading conditions for you through the combination of competitive spreads, dynamic trading platforms and efficient client support.
Thank you for your support and we wish you all the very best at Gulliver FX.
|Address||Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street London, EC2N 1HN United Kingdom|
|Free phone||+44 808 169 2305|
|24 hour support|
|24 hour trading|
|Digits after the dot in quotes||5|
|Minimum position size||0.1|
|Pip spread on majors||2.5-4|
|Standard account, $||25|
|Mini account, $||25|
|Other payment methods|
|Popular payment methods||Credit Cards, WebMoney, Wire Transfer|
|Account currencies||EUR, USD, GBP, JPY, CHF|
|Platforms||MetaTrader 4, WebTrader|
It seems like broker has no real hedging options for retail customers. I choose the standard account only because it was possible to trade simultaneously in different directions. My strategy based on trading single currency pair, which I hedge. However, it makes a profit only because of hedging. Broker declared that it's allowed. As result, I lost several trades and $340. I also found other mismatches. Even if company based in UK, it means nothing!
Gulliver FX has changed its name to UK clearing house this summer. However, I hope that quality of services will be better. I don't say it was too bad but could off been better. I still trade and still have spreads on major currencies above 2 points. No matter if you have positive balance, you still lose opportunities and give away those hundreds of point on each trade. It might be significant number for one year. I think we overpay for wide spreads. So it's a reason to think twice if you want to stay with Gulliver.
I’ve never traded with Japanese broker before and GulliverFX is 100% owned by Japanese corporation. Here there is only currency to deal with and the leverage is very high 1:500. Besides I can trade without any additional costs as far as they do not take any commissions. I’m rather good with their fixed spread. What can I say? The list of instruments and possibilities is poor but until now it is rather quite trading. It is boring a little bit taking into account the lack of interesting options, but you can try if you want. There are USD and EUR accounts among others.