Hedging brokers list 2020 | Compare all Hedging Brokers

In terms of forex trading, hedging is a strategy used by traders to protect a trading account from incurring large losses when something unexpected happens, by trading in both directions of a trade. A hedge can be viewed as a form of partial insurance against unexpected events and price movements that could occur and lead to losses in the forex market.

# Forex Broker Year Regulator
1 ADSS ADSS 2011 FCA, SFC, Central Bank of UAE
2 FxPro FxPro 2006 CySEC, FCA, FSB, DFSA, SCB
3 FIBO Group FIBO Group 1998 FSC, CySEC, FCA
4 FXTM FXTM 2011 CySEC, FCA, IFSC
5 Trading Point of Financial Instruments Trading Point of Financial Instruments 2018 FCA
6 XM XM 2009 ASIC, CySEC, IFSC
7 XTB XTB 2002 BaFin, CNMV, CySEC, FCA, IFSC
8 Admiral Markets Admiral Markets 2001 ASIC, CySEC, FCA, MiFID
9 City Index City Index 1983 ASIC, FCA, FSA, IIROC, MAS, NFA
10 HYCM HYCM 1977 CySEC, FCA, MiFID, DFSA, SFC

Disadvantages of Hedging

As with all trading strategies, hedging has the possibility to lead to losses and should not be considered a safe method of trading. Hedging has its costs and the potential benefits must be taken into account before justifying the cost of a hedge. It is important to remember that the goal of a hedge is not to make money but to protect you from losses.

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