FX brokers in Guinea

Forex trading is legal in Guinea, yet there is no local authority that oversees Forex brokers and financial services. The country's focus on agriculture has led to Forex trading not gaining much popularity. With no clear local regulations for brokers and financial firms, the best Forex brokers in Guinea are typically regulated by international bodies in foreign countries. Guinea's financial sector is less advanced, relying heavily on agriculture and minerals such as gold, iron ore, bauxite, and diamonds. To ensure secure FX trading, refer to the list below for the top Forex brokers in Guinea.
9.90
MT4MT5Deposit bonusCopy tradingECNHigh leveragePAMMSignals
Regulations
ASIC, CySEC, DFSA +2 more
Platforms
MT4, MT5
9.72
MT4MT5Deposit bonusCopy tradingECNHigh leveragePAMMSignals
Regulations
ASIC, CySEC, DFSA +2 more
Platforms
MT4, MT5
9.54
MT4MT5Copy tradingECNHigh leveragePAMMSTP
Regulations
CMA, Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, CySEC +5 more
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MT4, MT5
9.36
AvaTrade read review
MT4MT5Deposit bonusCopy tradingECNHigh leveragePAMMSTP
Regulations
ASIC, CySEC, DFSA +2 more
Platforms
MT4, MT5
9.00
MT4MT5Deposit bonusCopy tradingECNHigh leveragePAMMSignalsSTP
Regulations
ASIC, CySEC, FSCA +2 more
Platforms
MT4, MT5
8.46
High leverageSignals
Regulations
CNMV, FCA UK, KNF +1 more
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xStation
8.28
MT4MT5Copy tradingHigh leveragePAMM
Regulations
CIMA, CySEC, FCA UK
Platforms
MT4, MT5
7.92
Tickmill read review
MT4MT5Copy tradingHigh leverageSignals
Regulations
CySEC, FCA UK, FSA Labuan +2 more
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MT4, MT5
7.74
VT Markets read review
MT4MT5Deposit bonusCopy tradingECNHigh leveragePAMMSignalsSTP
Regulations
ASIC, FSA St. V, FSCA
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MT4, MT5
7.57
Blackwell read review
MT5Copy tradingECNPAMMSignals
Regulations
FCA UK, SECC, SFC +1 more
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MT5
With a nominal GDP of $14.8 billion, Guinea ranks 140th globally, and its GDP (PPP) of $33.7 billion places it at 142nd. Selecting trusted Forex brokers in Guinea proves challenging due to the absence of regulations and the underdevelopment of financial institutions, which results in limited financial literacy. It is vital for traders to opt for reputable brokers regulated by respected authorities, known for their trustworthy dealings with clients. Accessing trading platforms and financial markets requires a reliable internet connection and electricity, both of which are predominantly available in urban areas within Guinea.

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