Admiral Markets

  • Name:Admiral Markets
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  • Location:Argentina Australia Belarus Bulgaria China Croatia Czech Republic Germany Greece Hungary India Indonesia Italy Latvia Lithuania Malaysia Philippines Poland Romania Russian Federation Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Ukraine Viet Nam
  • Found in:2001
  • Regulation Authority:ASIC (Australia), FSA (Estonia)
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Operating in the virtual FX market since 2001 and licensed in Estonia, Admiral Markets touts itself as a broker that wants to equip users with a “set of powerful tools, and knowledge to make thoughtful trading decisions”.

This mantra has seen Admiral Markets forge partnerships with a number of high profile corporate partners such as MetaQuotes, Dow Jones Newswire, Forexpros and SEB Bank. These relationships have not only helped Admiral Markets to bolster its online credentials but offer a complete FX service to its clients.’s Special FX:

Offering a complete Forex service is a great trait to market, but in such a competitive market space it’s important to have a treats locked in reserve to help set you apart from the crowd. Conjuring such tricks can be done in a number of ways and at Admiral Markets there are two areas of note: analysis and promotions.

A free analytics section nestled inside Admiral Markets’ main website provides a slew of high quality information and advice. Broken down into sections – such as Fundamental Analysis, Hot News, Wave Analysis and Technical Analysis – this feature is great for traders of all persuasions. Indeed, because the information is presented in a clear and succinct way it’s easily digestible for everyone.

Beyond the free Forex advice offered by Admiral Markets lays a land of free money. Every user who joins this site will be given access to the ForexBall International Trading Championship. With an annual prizepool of $500,000, this free contest is a great way for novice traders to enhance their skills and earn some extra month courtesy of weekly prizes.

The Essentials:

Admiral Markets offers both MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 as its FX platforms of choice and users are able to choose from a host of different account options:

Admiral Standard Account: Minimum deposit is €10/$10, 30 currency pairs are available, leverage up to 1:500 (automatically adjusted), minimum order size from 0.01 lots, orders are operated on an instant execution basis.

Admiral Pro Account: This option is designed to give the experienced traders access to the ECN (Electronic Communication Network) with five digit spreads and NDD (No Dealing Desk). Minimum deposit is $1,000 or equivalent in another currency, 27 Currency pairs are available, leverage is 1:100, minimum order size 0.01 lots to 50 lots (Step - 0.01 Lot), commission charges are 0.004% of the order size, orders are operated as market executions (NDD).

Admiral Currensee Account: Currensee offers a unique auto-trading service that delivers an elite network of emerging foreign exchange managers trade Leaders.  Minimum deposit is $1,500 or equivalent in another currency, 27 currency pairs available, leverage is 1:100, commission is charged at 0.0027% of the order size and the order fulfilment is through market execution (NDD).

Risk Disclosure: will not be held liable for any financial loss or damage caused by users acting upon any information contained within this website, not limited to and including: all numerical data, quotes, charts and buy/sell signals. Moreover, please be advised that Forex trading is one of the most volatile investment forms in the world and all trades should be placed with full consideration of the risks and costs. does not support nor encourage the execution of any investments. Trading with a margin is high risk endeavour and not suitable for everyone, therefore, each investor should carefully consider all relevant trading conditions, such as experience, risk and cost, before taking part in any type of trading, including Forex.

While every effort has been made to ensure all our data is as accurate as possible, cannot be held responsible for any prices that are not in line with real-time data. Indeed, the currency exchange market is constantly changing and all CFDs (stocks, indexes, futures) and Forex prices are set by market makers.

This means advertised prices may not be accurate and could differ from the actual market conditions. For this reason it is not appropriate to rely on any data presented by for the purposes of trading.

Based on these conditions, will not be held responsible for any losses incurred through trades conducted in light of data presented on this site.