Online Trading with HubTrades
HubTrades provides fast and reliable access to trade Currencies, Commodities, Precious Metals and Global Stock Indices. These markets are open 24/5 and you can access them through HubTrades platform on your desktop and mobile device.
Our clients trade the markets with low average spreads and low commissions. We are proud to have one of the cleanest trading environments in the world with no-requotes and ultra-fast execution. We serve some of the smartest currency traders in the world.
Why People Choose HubTrades
HubTrades is a market leading, fully regulated STP broker offering unbeatable trading conditions and high quality order execution.
Since 2016, HubTrades has lead the market by offering regulated Forex trading, the lowest market spreads, superior trading conditions and fast order execution using the no conflict of interest (straight through processing) execution model to offer full trading freedom to our traders.
By valuing our client's needs and observing the changes in the markets, our services have evolved to ensure our trading environment remains suitable for beginners, but specifically for professionals and specialist trading strategies like Scalping and high frequency trading.
Leverage up to 1:500
No / Low Commission
Negative Balance Protection
No restrictions on trading
Learn to trade with our comprehensive education
At HubTrades, our goal is to help develop your trading so that you can become profitable over the long-term. That’s why we’ve built a comprehensive educational program that develops your skills and knowledge for every step of your trading journey.
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