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Limassol, 21th October 2019

Regulatory bodies oblige forex brokers to declare the percentage of clients who lose money while trading CFDs. This statistic is becoming more important and serves as a guideline when new clients are choosing a potential broker.

At the beginning of this new quarter, EU-regulated brokers have disclosed this figure as per ESMA regulations. The reputable global forex broker, HYCM, is on the top of the list among some of the well-known forex brokers in Europe with only 58% of its retail investors losing money last year, making it one of the trusted brokers to trade with.

Percentage of EU retail investors who lost money last year

  1. HYCM – 58%
  2. FXCM – 70.96%
  3. Pepperstone – 71.4%
  4. Saxo Bank – 72%
  5. Oanda – 73.5%
  6. HotForex – 73.51%
  7. eToro – 75%
  8. CMC Markets – 75%
  9. easyMarkets – 76%
  10. Pluss500 – 76,4%
  11. FxPro – 77%
  12. Dukascopy – 77.73%
  13. Swissquote – 78%
  14. XTB – 79%
  15. FXTM – 83%
  16. Vestle – 83.7%
  17. Markets.com – 84%

In a landscape of increasingly questionable brokers and practices, HYCM, a multi-regulated broker with over 40 years’ group experience and an established reputation stands out from the crowd. HYCM has always had a focus on secure trading and providing clients with a solid trading education and resources to help them make informed trading decisions.

Learn more about HYCM

The content of this article is applicable for EU clients only.

About HYCM

HYCM is the global brand name of Henyep Capital Markets (UK) Limited, HYCM (Europe) Ltd, and HYCM Ltd, all individual entities under Henyep Group, a global corporation founded in 1977, operating in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. For additional information, please visit www.hycm.eu

High Risk Investment Warning (EU): CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 58% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. For more information please refer to HYCM’s Risk Disclosure.

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