Forex Trading in Bahrain
Trade Forex, shares, indices or commodities with an Islamic broker. Use the search filters on this page to compare online trading accounts:
All brokers on this page welcome investors from Bahrain. However, only one of them has a local Bahraini telephone number:
AvaTrade is an award-winning online broker. Trade Forex on fixed spreads as well as CFDs on a wide range of asset classes through the MetaTrader 4 platform. This includes shares, indices, bonds as well as gold, silver, oil and soft commodities. All AvaTrade accounts and instruments are available in Islamic format, except for crypto-currencies.
- Website: AvaTrade.com
- Phone number: +973 16199033
HotForex is an award-winning broker voted "Best FX Online Broker 2015" by New Europe Magazine. It also won the "Best Client Funds Protection Broker Award 2015" at the MENA Dubai FX Show. HotForex offers a standalone Islamic account with no swap or rollover charges. Trade Forex and CFDs on indices, commodities and shares on MT4 or MT5 from just 1 pip.
- Website: HotForex.com
- Phone number: +44-2033185978 (Arabic speaking support)
Trade 70+ currency pairs, spot indices, energies, metals and shares on fixed spreads with instant ... MoreTrade 70+ currency pairs, spot indices, energies, metals and shares on fixed spreads with instant execution. Spreads are fixed over certain time periods, but vary throughout the day. All EAs are allowed.
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Trade Forex as well as CFDs on cryptocurrencies, shares, indices and metals on floating spreads ... MoreTrade Forex as well as CFDs on cryptocurrencies, shares, indices and metals on floating spreads without commission. This account, designed for experienced traders, allows you to trade up to 60 lots per position.
Trade 55 currency pairs on fixed spreads, plus CFDs on crypto-currencies, stocks, indices, bonds and... MoreTrade 55 currency pairs on fixed spreads, plus CFDs on crypto-currencies, stocks, indices, bonds and commodities. AvaTrade accepts all MetaTrader 4 EAs except those with a focus on arbitrage.
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