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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Core Spreads Key Features


Core Spreads

Core Spreads’ objective is to provide the tightest, fixed spreads in the industry across 1000s of markets. With weekly video commentary from revered financier David Buik MBE, and technical analysis articles from Guest Writer Phillip Konchar being published daily, they aim to keep their clients abreast of current market news, trends and information.
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Core Spreads ReviewsCore Spreads Client Reviews
Core Spreads Expert Review
CEO InterviewNo - see other broker CEO interviews
PlatformsCoreTrader, MT4
Core Spreads UpdatesCore Spreads News, Views, Reviews & Guides
Min DepositNo minimum
Account TypesSpread betting, CFDs, Forex
Spread TypesFixed
Funding MethodsDebit cards, credit cards, bank transfer, Skrill
Customer Support24/5 Phone, email and Livechat
Execution TypeOTC
UK 100 Pricing0.8 points
Germany 30 Pricing1 point
Wall Street Pricing1 point
Bitcoin Pricing70 points
Ether Pricing8 points
EURGBP Pricing0.6 points
EURUSD Pricing0.6 points
GBPUSD Pricing0.8 points
Gold Pricing3 points
Oil Pricing3 points
Stock Pricing0.5%
FCA RegulatedYes as FINSA Europe See status
Year Established2014
Active Clients7,400
Markets available3,000
Retail AccountsYes
Professional AccountsYes
Listed PLCNo
Country FoundedUK
Inactivity FeeNone
Overnight Funding Rates

Based on $1 per point on CT at a rate of 1.1397:




  • The rollover fee for long positions on EUR/USD is $1.41

  • The rollover fee for short positions on EUR/USD is $0.16

Educational MaterialNo
Office Locations1
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Forex.com Key Features

Forex.com is the global Forex brokerage offered by Gain Capital (who also own City Index). Gain Capital is listed on the NYSE and as of May 2018 has a market cap of around $370m.
Forex.com ReviewsForex.com Client Reviews
Forex.com Expert Review
Forex.com InterviewNo - see other broker CEO interviews
PlatformsForex.com and MT4
Forex.com UpdatesLatest Forex.com News, Views, Reviews & Guides
Min Deposit£100
Account TypesCFDs, Forex
Spread TypesFixed and variable
Funding MethodsDebit and credit card, Bank transfer
Customer SupportPhone, email and livechat
Execution TypeOTC
UK 100 Pricing1 point
Germany 30 Pricing1 point
Wall Street Pricing2.8 point
Bitcoin Pricing40
Ether Pricing8
EURGBP Pricing1.2 points
EURUSD Pricing0.6 points
GBPUSD Pricing1.4 points
Gold Pricing0.3 points
Oil Pricing4 points
Stock Pricing0.1%
FCA RegulatedYes as Gain Capital See status
Year Established1983
Active Clients20,000
Markets available12,000
Retail AccountsYes
Professional AccountsYes
Listed PLCYes (Gain Capital) See share price
Country FoundedUSA
Inactivity Fee£12 after 12 months
Overnight Financing Rates2.5% +/- Libor
Educational MaterialYes
Office Locations1
Forex.com Alternative BrokersForex.com Versus IG
Forex.com Versus ETX Capital
Forex.com Versus Core Spreads
Forex.com Versus Plus 500
Forex.com Versus Spreadex
Forex.com Versus Saxo Capital Markets
Forex.com Versus City Index
Forex.com Versus Pepperstone
Forex.com Versus XTB
Forex.com Versus eToro
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Forex.com Versus CMC Markets

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