What is Forex?
Your ticket to the forex market
For over a decade, FOREX.com has been meeting the needs and exceeding the expectations of currency traders worldwide.
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Spreads will vary based on market conditions, including volatility, available liquidity, and other factors. Typical Spreads may not be available for Managed Accounts and accounts referred by an Introducing Broker. MetaTrader spreads may vary. The “Typical” spreads for pairs noted above represent the median spread available and the “As low as” spreads represent the minimum spread available during the previous full calendar month between the first and last trading day of that month. Refer to the last updated date to understand what month the data is representing.
Key reasons to trade forex
You can trade 24 hours a day, five days a week.
World of opportunity
Trade forex in rising and falling markets.
Trade more with less
With leverage up to 50:1, be aware that increasing leverage increases risk.
Trade with confidence
Trade on platforms designed to meet the demands of currency traders.
Our suite of trading platforms has been custom built to deliver maximum performance, flexibility and speed. You’ll benefit from sophisticated trading features, professional charting tools, integrated market insights and more.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PLATFORMS
Get Rebates on Your FX Trades
With the Active Trader program you can lower your costs by up to 15% with cash rebates plus get additional benefits exclusive to Active Traders.
- Earn up to $10 in cash rebates per million FX traded in monthly volume
- Get interest on your average daily available margin up to 1.5% APY
- Take advantage of one-on-one guidance from our Market Strategists
- Get reimbursed for bank fees on any of your wire transfers
Have questions? We've got answers.
When is the forex market open for trading?
You can trade forex at FOREX.com 24 hours a day, five days a week.Read More
How does FOREX.com make money?
On Standard Accounts, FOREX.com is compensated via spreads, which are the difference between the bid and ask prices. On Commission Accounts....Read More
What is the smallest available trade size?
The smallest available trade size is 1,000 units for currencies.Read More