CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74-89% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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For our hungary comparison, we found 20 brokers that are suitable and accept traders from United States of America.

We found 20 broker accounts (out of 147) that are suitable for Hungary .


Between 54-87% of retail CFD accounts lose money. Based on 69 brokers who display this data. *Availability subject to regulation.

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AvaTrade have over 10 years experience in the industry and have accumulated numerous awards for their platforms over the years. Their brokerage services are available throughout the EEA under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive. AVA Trade Ltd is regulated internationally by the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission, and its subsidiary in Europe, AVA Trade EU Ltd, is incorporated in Ireland and regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Hungary is just one of the countries where AvaTrade’s services can be accessed, and although there are no AvaTrade offices in Hungary, a dedicated Hungarian language website and a direct customer helpline are available for customers from Hungary.

AvaTrade’s website is loaded with free educational material for learners, such as free webinars, eBooks, educational videos, articles, and in-depth market analysis. A dedicated learning platform, SharpTrader, can also be taken advantage of. AVA Trade’s platforms offer customers access to over 250 financial instruments across different markets. These include bonds, stocks, commodities such as oil, indices, and cryptocurrencies – all of which are traded as contracts for difference (CFDs). Customers also have access to Forex trading via the AvaTrade platforms, including the popular MetaTrader 4.

All of the trading platforms on AVA Trade can be accessed via desktop, mobile, and tablets. AvaTrade offers a free 21-day demo account for clients to hone their trading skills and to get familiar with the different platforms. Wire transfers (with a minimum of €500) and debit or credit cards (with a minimum deposit amount of €100) are two deposit methods that are globally accepted by AvaTrade. It should be noted that e-wallets are not available to customers in Europe.

Euros are widely accepted and used in Hungary, and can also be selected as the base currency for the account.


With a dedicated Hungarian language website, and a local office situated in Hungary, XTB are one of the top brokers for traders from Hungary. Previously known as X-Trade Brokers, they are also considered one of the leading brokers in Europe. Starting from humble beginnings as a Forex broker in Poland back in 2002, they went on to develop a major brand with offices around Europe, and spreading internationally to Latin America and other locations around the world.

Customers from Hungary can access many international markets through their powerful trading platforms. Just some of the markets available include stock indices, Forex, commodities, Exchange-Traded funds, and cryptocurrencies. Just some of the popular instruments are the Bitcoin / USD currency pair (BTCUSD), Oil and Natural Gas, and the DE30 index, all of which can be traded as contracts for difference (CFDs), with generous leverage and low spreads. It should be noted that the higher the leverage, the greater the risk. XTB make their clients aware of the risks involved to ensure that their risk appetite matches the leverage offered.

Clients can choose from a basic account, standard account, and pro account. Whilst the basic account is subject to fixed spreads, the standard account offered by XTB provides variable spreads and the pro account offers market spreads. This minimum spread is therefore one of the main differences between the accounts. The basic account is also subject to maximum position sizes, and does not offer automated trading facilities, which are available through both the standard and pro accounts.

The XTB company based in Hungary is authorised and regulated by the British financial services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Their services are provided in Hungary using passporting arrangements permitted under the MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments Directive) regime.

Traders from Hungary can also benefit from local telephone and email customer support, all of which are available in Hungarian. A wealth of educational information is also available through the XTB website in Hungarian.