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    XM:Founded in 2009, XM has grown to become a globally recognized broker with over 450 professionals who have been working in the financial sector for many years, serving over 3,500,000 clients from 196 countries and regions. XM is currently regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (Regulation No. 000261/106), the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (Regulation No. 000261/106), and the International Financial Services Commission (Regulation No. 000261/106). XM is currently regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (Regulation No. 000261/106), the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cyprus (Regulation No. 120/10), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (Regulation No. 443670), and the Dubai Financial Services Authority (Regulation No. F003484).

    Abstract:Founded in 2009, XM has grown to become a globally recognized broker with over 450 professionals who have been working in the financial sector for many years, serving over 3,500,000 clients from 196 countries and regions. XM is currently regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (Regulation No. 000261/106), the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (Regulation No. 000261/106), and the International Financial Services Commission (Regulation No. 000261/106). XM is currently regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (Regulation No. 000261/106), the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cyprus (Regulation No. 120/10), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (Regulation No. 443670), and the Dubai Financial Services Authority (Regulation No. F003484).

      General Information & Regulation

      Founded in 2009, XM has grown to become a globally recognized broker with over 450 professionals who have been working in the financial sector for many years, serving over 5,000,000 clients from 196 countries and regions. XM is currently regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (Regulation No. 000261/106), the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (Regulation No. 000261/106), and the International Financial Services Commission (Regulation No. 000261/106). XM is currently regulated by the International Financial Services Commission of Belize (Regulation No. 000261/106), the Securities and Exchange Commission of Cyprus (Regulation No. 120/10), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (Regulation No. 443670), and the Dubai Financial Services Authority (Regulation No. F003484).

      XM Market Instruments

      XM provides investors with access some popular and mainstream financial tradable instruments in the financial markets, with over 1000 instruments in 6 asset classes, mainly Forex (55 currency pairs, including major, cross-currency pairs, and non-mainstream currency pairs), commodities, stock indices, precious metals (Gold and Silver), energies, and stocks.

      XM Minimum Deposit

      To meet different traders' trading experience and needs, XM has set up four different account types: Micro, Standard, Ultra Low Spread, and Share accounts. XM requires a minimum deposit of as low as $5 to start the former three accounts, and as high as $10,000 to open a stock account.

       XM Leverage

      XM offers a flexible leverage setting in light of trading volume: $5-$20,000 for 1:1 to 1:888 leverage, $20001-$100,000 for 1:1 to 1:200 , and greater than $100,000 for 1:1 to 1:100. Stock accounts are not available for leverage.

      XM Spreads & Commissions

      The spreads on standard accounts start from 1.6 pips for EURUSD, 1.8 pips for EURGBP, 0.3 pips for Gold, and 0.03 pips for Silver. The spreads on the Micro account start from 1.6 pips for EURUSD, 1.8 pips for EURGBP, 0.3 pips for Gold, and 0.03 pips for Silver. The spreads on the Ultra Low Spreads account start from 0.7 pips for EURGBP, 0.06 pips for EURUSD, 0.2 pips for Gold, and 0.022 pips for Silver. The spreads on Ultra-Low Spread Mini accounts start from 0.7 pips on EURGBP, 0.6 pips on EURUSD, 0.2 pips on Gold, and 0.022 pips on Silver. No commission is charged for Mini, Standard, and Ultra-Low Spread accounts. Stock trading commission: 4% per transaction for all US stocks (minimum $1 commission per trade), 0.10% per transaction for all UK stocks (minimum $9 per trade), 0.10% per transaction for all German stocks (minimum $5 per trade).

      XM Trading Platforms

      XM provides traders with the market-leading and highly acclaimed MT4 and MT5 trading platforms available for PC, Mac, mobile (iPad, Android, iPhone), web, and multi-terminal.

      Deposit & Withdrawal

      XM welcomes credit cards, electronic payments (Skrill, NETELLER), local bank transfers, etc, and this broker does not charge any service fee for deposits or withdrawals.

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