HotForex Celebrates 10 Years of Trading Excellence

Award winning broker HotForex this year celebrates its ten year anniversary, after a decade in which it has become a firmly established market leader with many prestigious awards and the trust of millions of traders.

HotForex, the award-winning forex and commodities broker on CFDs, was founded in 2010 and in just ten years has become a worldwide broker of choice to millions as a result of its commitment to providing the best possible trading experience.

HotForex CEO George Koumantaris said: “We are committed to being a global market leader known for our customer service, and always keep our loyal clients at the heart of everything we do. To show our appreciation of their support, we constantly work to ensure that our products and services reflect the very best that the industry has to offer, and look forward to doing so for another ten years and more!”

With 35+ of the most prestigious industry awards and 2,000,000 live accounts, the HotForex success story is sure to continue, as the broker finds new ways to further enhance everything that they do.

HotForex has already made its mark on the industry by introducing the revolutionary Zero Spread Account, which offers a low-cost trading solution with raw super-tight spreads. Further recognition has been earned for HFcopy, its proprietary copy trading platform, and security of funds scheme that includes market leading insurance of up to €5,000,000.

To find out more about the many advantages enjoyed by HotForex traders, visit the HotForex website.

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