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Recognizing the best forex brokers is not just a matter of making sure of its security and basic trading features. You may need to compare some of them to have more clarity when browsing through some information on forex brokers.

The table below provides what may be necessary for your journey in finding the most ideal broker. Remember to always put your conditions at the front when choosing a forex broker.


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Score Broker Country Regulation Min Deposit Max Leverage

If you are interested to open an account in one of the brokers in the list above, make sure to try the forex demo account before proceeding to register in the live account.



FAQ

Finding the best forex broker in Poland is not much different from choosing the right broker in general. Aside from making sure that the forex broker is available for client registration from Poland, you need to check its regulation, minimum deposit, spread, leverage, payment methods, and other trading-related aspects that may affect your strategy. Furthermore, make sure that the broker has a good credibility and reliable customer support.

The list in this page can be a good reference if you look to trade with in Poland. We have sorted specific forex brokers that accept clients from Poland, so you can choose one of the brokers by comparing their minimum deposit, regulation, leverage, and rating. If you are interested to learn further about a certain broker, feel free to click the review button.

If you are a beginner and looking for the right broker to trade forex in Poland, some aspects that you need to pay attention to are the low minimum deposit, demo account, and educational features. Apart from that, it's also better to make sure that the broker has good customer service because as a beginner, you may need to consult about broker services that still seem incomprehensible to you.


Additional FAQ

If a broker's "authorized", that means it has the authorization to operate at a certain capacity in a country, but not necessarily as a forex broker. The actual license may not be for a brokerage business, but it could eligible only for educational institutions, analysts, fund management, or others.

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 In 2016, ESMA (The European Securities Markets Authority) announced the termination of all bonus practices in its brokers, referring to the psychological impact that a bonus may have on a client's trading behavior. Therefore, you may not find promotional events like welcome bonuses, no-deposit bonuses, and other types of trading bonuses offered by any EU-licensed brokers.

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If a broker is "registered", that means that the broker's registered as a company in a certain country and has one or more offices in that country. In this category, the broker does not necessarily have a license to operate as a broker and is usually not actively monitored by the country's regulatory body. The company's operations are also not always centered on the main office address but it could be outsourced to other areas.

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The cost of an EU license is quite high as it has a high initial investment and requires yearly upkeep. This usually results in brokers' decision to raise their minimum deposit requirements and even trading commissions.

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