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Forex Brokers with Mini & Micro Accounts




Below is the largest list of Forex brokers who offer mini and micro accounts as low as $1 USD and under $1000 and mini lot size trading of 10 000 units or less.

Lot size reference:

1 lot = 100k = 100 000 units (standard lot)
0.1 lot = 10k = 10 000 units (mini lot)
0.01 lot = 1k = 1000 units (micro lot)
"any amount" = no limitation on position sizes

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trader

July 31, 2011

Good Thanks for the info


trader

July 29, 2011

Alpari Cyprus www.alparifs.com


BrokerGuru

July 11, 2011

Yes, maximum order per ticket is 8 lots.


BrokerGuru

July 11, 2011

Could be, I'll try to confirm. Thank you!


trader

July 11, 2011

hi there I have tested thinkforex but maximum lot allowed per position is 8 lots can you confirm ?


trader

June 15, 2011

Forex4U (Global Trade and Finance Group) can no longer accept US based account holders due to US law.


BrokerGuru

May 13, 2011

Thank you!


trader

May 13, 2011

Micro Cents also offered by LITEFOREX..all in cents..


trader

May 13, 2011

Loyal Forex also don't accept PAYPAL anymore..

Alertpay is their new deposit system..


BrokerGuru

May 12, 2011

Thank you!


trader

May 11, 2011

I talked to Loyal Forex Rep and they said there are no limit in lot size in micro..


BrokerGuru

April 25, 2011

Thank you!


IAMFX

April 25, 2011

IAMFX offers micro and standard accounts. Traders are able to trade micro, mini, and standard lot size from their micro account. The minimum deposit is $100.00 with funding options being bank wire transfer and credit card through Moneybookers. There is no maximum lot size with IAMFX.

Please let me know if you have any questions about our broker.

Stephen Mater
Business Development
IAMFX, Ltd.
Skype: Stephen-Iamfx
Telephone:+507-836-5650


trader

April 23, 2011

Traders thinking of going with Forinvest group better check broker review here and other site. Forinvest very bad rating and listed as scam broker.


BrokerGuru

April 7, 2011

Thank you.


trader

April 7, 2011

youtradefx.com offers 0.01 lot with a minimum deposit of $100


BrokerGuru

April 4, 2011

Thank you.


trader

April 3, 2011

HotForex micro has 5 lots not 2 lot

Trading platform: MetaTrader 4
Spreads: from 0.8 pips
Trading instruments: 25 Currency Pairs
Max leverage: 1:500
Minimum opening deposit: USD $5
Minimum trade size: 0.01 lot
Maximum total trade size: 5 lots
Margin Call / Stop out level: 40% / 10%
Commission: No
Raw Bonus: 30% on every Deposit


trader

March 12, 2011

Thank you for this site


trader

January 26, 2011

thanks..very helpful..


ForInvest Group

January 13, 2011

ForInvest Group
http://www.forinvest.net/
All Account types: Micro, Mini and Standard
- Min. Deposit: $50
- Min. lot size: 0.01
- Max. lot size: 100
- Funding Methods: Liberty Reserve, WebMoney, Perfect Money,
Credit/Debit Cards, AlertPay, Wire Transfer


BrokerGuru

January 11, 2011

GCI Trading:
http://www.100forexbrokers.com/reviews-ratings/gci
http://www.100forexbrokers.com/broker-discussion/gcifinancial

and general information about the company and their trading conditions:
http://www.100forexbrokers.com/fx/compare_brokers.php


trader

January 11, 2011

Hello, I'd like to know if anyone everheard about GCI Trading. Any suggestions for these broker? Thanks for the reply.


BrokerGuru

January 10, 2011

Thank you for the feedback indeed!

Regarding CFTC lists, they do exist, and can be found at: http://www.cftc.gov/MarketReports/FinancialDataforFCMs/index.htm

I'm afraid the listing for brokers who offer Options trading won't be introduced in the nearest future. We have a lot work ahead of us, and we'd like to focus on Forex brokers for now.

The basic search we can offer for Option trading is at:
Forex brokers comparison

where you can choose search criteria under "Other Instruments" - Options.


trader

January 10, 2011

Hi there,
Whoever runs this site, please keep running it. This one is very useful. There's a lot of scam out there and the only way (I know) to find a trustworthy forex broker is to find the one which is a member of NFA and CFTC.

Unfortunately, as far as I know (and I search it myself), neither NFA nor CFTC provide the list of its broker member. All we can do is to find a forex broker in the internet universe, run the broker name we're interested in NFA's BASIC search engine and wait the result.

Well, the result came in prety fast actually, no complaint about that, but still, it will be a lot faster if there is a list of forex broker that is a member of NFA. That way, we can erase the time to find the right forex broker. Well, this site is doing just that. And even better, it provides sorting of whatever we would like to sort. Almost, whatever. Hahaha... (^_^)

If it is not too bothering, I'd like to ask the webmaster to add the list for forex broker which gives options trading services. I already try to sort it my self but since I'm not a programmer and I don't know any algorithmic programming to make the search faster, I have to find it one by one. So, from the deepest side of my heart, I am humbly begging for favor to the webmaster to make this happen.
Thank you so much.


BrokerGuru

December 30, 2010

I don't have the answer, but would be interested to hear some opinions.


trader

December 30, 2010

A Google indicates MAC has 93% of computer market of high end ($900 & up) computers.
I wonder why so few brokers are not MAC compliant and after deep pocket clients.


BrokerGuru

December 13, 2010

Not all Forex brokers listed above are registered with NFA. Only US brokers should seek registration with NFA.
(NFA registered brokers)

Every broker should have registration and be regulated in its own country. By choosing a broker with no regulation and registrations you're taking an extra risk - any financial dispute, and you're left unprotected, at the mercy of your broker.


trader

December 12, 2010

Do all forex brokers listed above registered under NFA or CFTC?
I noticed that not all are registered under NFA or CFTC (based on your site).
Does this mean brokers not registered are likely to be scam or fraud?


trader

November 30, 2010

I love this site, i can get all i need as a starter. Thanks.


BrokerGuru

November 29, 2010

Thank you, ForexCent has been added.

eToro is an introducing broker for RetailFX, IC Markets (in Asia Pacific), FX Solutions (in US).
Those brokers are regulated by appropriate institutions in their countries:
http://www.etoro.com/trade/etoro-and-brokers.aspx

eToroUSA is regulated by NFA and CFTC,
while eToro, which is in Cyprus is not regulated.
In Cyprus they do business via RetailFX, who are registeres with CySEC.


trader

November 28, 2010

has any one traded with ETORO I have seen their site are they regulated?


trader

November 26, 2010

You can add here ForexCent.com
with 1$ minimum. lot from 0.01 to 10.0 and leverage 1:500


trader

November 18, 2010

Hello, http://brocompany.in

now offers 0.6 pip spread fixed (0.1 pip spread and 0.5 pip commission, total 0.6 pip spread) for eurusd and usdjpy. Minimum lot size ia 0.01 lot and for eurjpy 2 pip spread.

This Spread is only for mini account with deposits between 25$ to 500$ .

for classic account it is 2 pip minimum again.


BrokerGuru

September 27, 2010

There are 3 ways to approach it:

- Go with a broker that offers a web based platform (Java).
(Use our brokers search to find matching brokers: check the box for mini accounts and web based platforms).

- Install virtualization software that will allow you to run Windows on MAC: Parallels or VMware Fusion.
This way you'll be able to use any trading platform.

- Use paid third party Win - MAC crossover services. (Example: http://www.codeweavers.com/products/cxmac/download_trial/).
You can find more about this topic here: http://www.forexfactory.com/showthread.php?t=13051


trader

September 27, 2010

great site. Thanks. I have a MAC computer and I need micro or mini account. What company supports both? Thanks


BrokerGuru

September 14, 2010

We're still working on the listing for "lot limits". I'm sorry for the absence of the complete information at this stage.
(As a rule, mini and micro accounts have certain lot limits, which sometimes aren't announced/published by Forex brokers).


trader

September 13, 2010

go markets offer a L plate account which trades lots which are one tenth the value of the standard account .The maximum lot size you can trade is 1 micro lotwhich equates to 1 dollar per pip,but you can open more than one of these trades at that size,so if you wanted to trade 2 micro lots you have to open 2 trades ,each 1micro lot in size.Dont try and use an ea that uses martingale because if you start with .01 micro lots and it keeps doubling the position when you get to the the 8 th double up the next wont doublecoz 1micro lot is the max so the ea will start to open trades of 1 micro lot for each new martingale level,instead of doubling up .Abit of a digression,but i m looking for a broker who offer micro lots with no limits on the number of lots open


trader

August 13, 2010

Dukascopy, for example.


trader

August 10, 2010

which broker is better ? safe ? secure ? guaranteed ?


BrokerGuru

July 12, 2010

SwissDealing is not exactly a broker, they claim it so themselves in response to the question of "Why aren't they applying for a Swiss banking license, which is required for all brokers operatiing in Switzerland".

SwissDealing doesn't accept normal account deposits. They allow only transfers of funds in order to cover trader's negative balance.

In other words, we can't list them here, and we don't have any reviews or experience with SwissDealing to be able to share. I'm sorry.


trader

July 9, 2010

could you have review for SwissDealing ; www.swissdealing.com.


BrokerGuru

July 4, 2010

They say it takes $50 to get started:
eToro FAQ


trader

July 3, 2010

This is very helpful, thank you for all the information provided. :)

One thing, I believe Etoro has no micro account though.


BrokerGuru

June 28, 2010

www.forexite.com doesn't have any information for International visitors (only Russian website), we normally don't list such brokers, except in the broker Contests section.

EFX used to have cents accounts, but now they don't seem to have any information about it. I've requested a confirmation. Thank you for pointing that out.

Forex4you lot information has been updated. Thank you!


Asif

June 27, 2010

That is great information,I have no words to wish You.I hope there is no match of this site for FX traders.This is realy matchless site with matchless information.

Regrds,
Asif


trader

June 26, 2010

About Forex4you, Maxmum Position Size of Real 0.0001Lots(Cent1) Account is 1 Lot.


trader

June 25, 2010

Why do you include EFX England Foreign Exchange into cent-group account, I don't see its service on its website.


trader

June 23, 2010

www.forexite.com mobile dealing microlot without any limit


BrokerGuru

June 11, 2010

With a broker you have to make a withdrawal request via their online form. After that they'll send you money either via the same method you've deposited (e.g. if you used Paypal for depositing, they'll send money to your Paypal account, or the broker will send you a wire transfer to your bank account.

Either way you need to learn about the payment & withdrawal methods in advance before sending money to a broker, since payment conditions vary from broker to broker.



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