Gain Capital is a New Jersey-based forex and CFD broker, operating the brands Forex.com, City Index, GTX, and Gain Capital. It is active in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific regions, serving both retail and institutional clients from more than 140 countries.
As a global publicly traded company, regulated in 6 jurisdictions, Gain Capital meets high standards of corporate governance, financial reporting and disclosure. It is one of the few forex brokers left to operate on the US retail market and is therefore in direct competition with FXCM and Oanda.
Although Its spreads are not among the tightest on the forex market, Gain Capital’s retail brand Forex.com has earned its reputation of a trustworthy broker with transparent policy and regulatory compliance, and offers reasonable conditions for trading in forex, CFDs and stocks on a wide range of platforms.
Regulation: CFTC (US), FCA (UK), ASIC (Australia), IIROC (Canada), SFC (Hong Kong), FSA (Japan)
Online since: 1999
Trading model: Market Maker (Forex.com), ECN (GTX)
Trading platforms: FOREXTrader, MetaTrader 4, Tradable & GTX
Min. Deposit: $250 ($500 in US)
Min. Trade size: 0.01 (micro lots)
Max. Leverage: 1:200 (1:50 for US clients)
Cost of trading
Spread: averaged 1.8 pips on EUR/USD
Latest news about Forex.com
Gain Capital, owner of major forex brokerage brands like Forex.com, City Index, GTX, reported that its May over-the-counter (OTC) trading volume stood at
The Japanese branch of the popular retail forex brokerage Forex.com said it will transfer the clients trading on the FOREXTrader platform to Advantage
Forex.com, one of the retail forex brands of brokerage giant Gain Capital, announced it is launching a new web trading platform for
TradingView, the online charting tools developer and social trading platform announced it has partnered with major forex broker Gain Capital group and now
Gain Capital, the largest US retail forex broker in terms of client assets, announced the launch of Gain Affiliates – a new multi-brand affiliate
Gain Capital, the largest US retail forex broker in terms of client assets, has reported rather disappointing results for the first quarter
Forex giant Gain Capital [NYSE:GCAP] announced on Monday its preliminary trading volume stood at $239.2 billion in March 2017, posting a 40.5%
Forex brokerage Gain Capital [NYSE:GCAP] said on Tuesday it has partnered with TradingView, an online charting tool and a trading platform in
Gain Capital completes FXCM customer base transfer, its brand Forex.com becomes largest US forex broker
Forex brokerage Gain Capital [NYSE:GCAP] announced it has completed the transfer of more than 47,000 accounts from the US branch of Forex
Forex broker Forex.com, part of US forex brokerage group Gain Capital (NYSE:GCAP), said on Monday it has launched Active Trader, a new