XM Review [date_month_year]


XM provides a fair and trustworthy trading experience by pioneering a strict no re-quotes and no rejections policy.

Moreover, 99.35% of all trading orders are executed in less than one second, with no re-quotes and no rejections.

Our business model relies on the firm conviction that in forex execution is everything.



How many Symbols do XM offer?

They offer over 1000 instruments including 55+ FX Pairs, Global Single stocks, commodities, Indices and Metals.

Do I have to have a USD account to trade?

No – plenty of other options are available, including USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, JPY, CHF and many many more.

What is the maximum leverage I can have?

Depending on the type of account you opt to open, leverage can be from 1:1 all the way up to 888:1

How can I deposit funds?

Lots of options here – Neteller, Skrill, Bank Wire, Credit and Debit Cards being the main ones.

Are XM on Social Media?

Yes – Via Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Twitter to name a few.

Are XM Regulated?

Yes, XM are regulated by CySec and also have 10 registrations for outward pass-porting including FCA and BaFin.

Can I trade via MT4?

Yes, MT4 and MT5 are both options when opening an account. This includes Webtrader, IOS and Android.

Is there a minimum deposit when opening an account?


How do I open an account?

It’s a quick and easy process to open an account. Click here to start.


By Chris

Chris is one of two founding members of TradingHalo. He started his career in equities as an execution dealer for a large stock-broking firm before going on to run their derivatives desk. From there, he went on to join Smart-Live Markets and then GKFX, where he assisted in their pioneering of MT4-based spread-betting and became a senior trader running large positions across a variety of asset classes including FX, Metals, Commodities, Indices and Single Stocks. Chris now works at one of the largest FX brokerages in the world and is currently Head of Trading in London. Away from Trading, Chris is an avid golfer (or at least, tries to be)