Review: One Financial Markets seems to have been setup specifically to acquire Arab forex and crypto traders. It's a site similar to Axitrader.
One Financial Markets: AxiCorp (Axitrader forex broker) owns this brand.
Review: Nothing out of the ordinary about them.
Their approach to attracting clients is basically the traditional call-center approach.
Once you open an account; a sales agent would call you and ask you to deposit a certain amount with them to start trading, and that he or she would help you all the way to the top.
Whether it works for anybody is a whole another debate.
But then this is how the brokerage industry operates.
Review: They are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK (under firm reference number 466201) and the Financial Sector Conduct Authority in South Africa (with FSP number 45784), if you are seriously considering them as your online forex and crypto broker.
Yes, the official website and app of this broker is safe, legit and trustworthy.
For private and institutional investors, One Financial Markets is a global, award-winning, online broker that provides 24/5 trading facilities for currency trading, CFDs on stocks, indices, bullion and commodities and cryptocurrencies.
The One Financial Markets Group was founded in London in 2007 and has
since grown to include offices across the Middle East, Europe, South
America, and Central and Southeast Asia, all of which are owned and
operated by the company.
Review: Since One Financial Markets has been licenced in more than 100 countries, it is a worldwide known brand.
Many accolades have been given to One Financial Markets because of the high level of service and devotion to its customers.
One Financial Markets provides the Standard and Professional Accounts on MT4 and MT5.
Paying using One Financial Markets may be done in a number of ways, including: Bank transfers; credit, debit, or e-wallet transfers.
When using a credit or debit card to fund your account, you will only be able to take money out of your account in relation to that amount.
This broker provides commission-free trading on both its standard and premium account types.
Review: If you compare One Financial Markets' EUR/USD spread to the typical EUR/USD spread of 1.7 pip, you'll see that it's rather low.
It has a lower maximum leverage than other brokers in the sector because of its strict regulatory requirements.
Review: To qualify for a leverage ratio of 1:400 on One Financial Markets' Professional Account, traders must have an acceptable investment portfolio.
MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 are two of the most popular trading systems offered by One Financial Markets.
Review: One Financial Markets has a News Room on its website that offers independent research tools. The broker's award-winning team of global market experts provides daily market analysis and videos in the Newsroom.
When it comes to extensive research, One Financial Markets shines. They provide access to Trading Central and Live Trading Seminars, all of which are available directly via the company's website.
Review: The following payment methods are accepted by the broker: E-wallets like Neteller, Safecharge, Skrill, Linkpay, and FasaPay, as well as various credit cards, may all be used to make payments.
If a withdrawal request is received on a non-work day, One Financial Markets will process it the next business day.
Review: A variety of currencies are accepted by them.
The broker's global reach necessitates that it maintain local customer care centres. There is a phone line, e-mail, live chat, or even an online request form on the broker's website where you may get in touch with their customer service.
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Sites like One Financial Markets in Qatar
The companies listed in this section provide free registration and forex account opening for the residents:
- Olymp Trade: Crazy popular in Qatar, only God knows why. Thousands of Qatari residents have opened trading accounts at this online broker for some reason. (Olymp Trade Review)
- Ahli Brokerage: Backed by Ahli Bank, their brokerage competes indirectly with Doha Bank's and CBQ's retail trading segment. (Ahli Brokerage Review)
- ADS Securities: Started in 2011, regulated by the Securities and Commodities Authority – UAE; this broker is stationed in Abu Dhabi. (ADS Securities Review)
- Commercial Bank of Qatar: Provides local shares trading in the Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE). (Commercial Bank of Qatar Review)
- Amana Capital: They have offices in the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Cyprus and Malaysia. (Amana Capital Review)
- QNB Financial Services: Qatar National Bank's brokerage services are mainly aimed at foreign institutional investors, mutual funds, domestic institutional investors, high net-worth Qataris, retail and corporate clients. (QNB Financial Services Review)
- Pepperstone: Started its operations in 2010, and is headquartered in Australia, and this is also where most of their forex trading clients reside. (Pepperstone Review)
- Forex.com: Started by GAIN Capital, this broker has been around a while and gets pretty high ranking in Google also (because of its default website name). (Forex.com Review)
- Dukascopy: A Swiss bank that focuses on providing financial trading and investment services, way more than what it's mandated to do by The Swiss National Bank, which is to offer its clients retail banking accounts. (Dukascopy Review)
- Plus500: They have been providing online CFD trading services in the Middle East including Qatar for over 10 years now. (Plus500 Review)
- Avatrade: Although this broker is primarily Israeli, their base of operations has been Dublin, Ireland for quite a number of years now. (Avatrade Review)
- HYCM: HYCM or Henyep Capital Markets has been in business for over 40 years, starting its operations back in 1977. (HYCM Review)
- eToro: An Israeli social trading broker with tens of thousands of clients from all over the world. It's also fairly popular in Qatar and competes with brokers like the IQ Option and Olymp Trade. (eToro Review)
- XM Markets: No one really knows which country this broker started its operations from or who really owns it, but it does spend a tremendous amount of money on Google and YouTube ads to promote their brand name. (XM Markets Review)
- ForexTime: FXTM is owned by Andrey Dashin, who also founded one of the world's first retail forex brokers back in the early 2000s called Alpari. (FXTM Review)
- IQ Option: Israeli broker that has a popular trading app on both Google Playstore and Apple App Store. (IQ Option Review)
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