Preferred brokers


With trading, as in any business, you must have the right tools for the job. We have spent years developing our Commitments of Traders and Seasonal data so our clients can get the most from the markets, so it is vitally important your broker helps you do the same.

Brokers, however, are not all equal. Careful consideration should be given to what you need in a broker. Spreads, range of markets, CFD's, leverage, regulation, customer service, are just some of the key points to consider. To help you make the right choice, we have detailed two brokers below that we have worked with for a number of years, and are perfect for either traders or investors, so you're covered no matter how you want to approach financial markets.

 
 

Invest commission free with eToroBEST for INVESTING

eToro lets you invest in many of the worlds largest stocks, commission free. Stocks such as Apple, Facebook, Google, Nike, and Netflix to name just a few, You can also invest in ETF's such as GLD and GDX (Gold/minors), XLE and XOP (energy), plus 1000's more from around the world. eToro also allows you to trade forex, crypto and commodities via CFD's.


invest with eToro
 




eToro (Europe) Ltd, is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission under license No. 109/10


 
 

Pepperstone a world leading brokerBEST for SPREAD BETTING and CFD TRADING

Pepperstone is a leading Spread bet and CFD provider, offering industry beating spreads (as low as 0.1 on EURUSD), combined with fast execution. They also offer a wide range of markets to trade, including Forex, Indices, Commodities and now also shares in the US, UK, Germany and Australia. All of which can be traded on multiple platforms such as MT5 and their industry leading cTrader.
 


Trade the world with Pepperstone
 




Pepperstone is authorised and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).


 


Risk Warning: 67% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should
consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.