Many Forex brokers do not accept clients from the United States of America. Some brokers even blocked their website from visitors in that geographical region.
In 2011, the United States government restricted all U.S. residents to national brokers that are regulated by the NFA (National Future Association), which is ran by the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission).
List of Brokers in the USA
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Limitations by the NFA
- Leverage: limited to 50:1 for major currencies and 20:1 for minor currencies
- Short (and Long) Forex Options: must maintain a security deposit
- Traders cannot hold simultaneous positions in one forex asset (FIFO – First In First Out).
- Brokers must hold their money in a qualifying institution in the USA