Hello traders, By now I'm sure you've heard of the new regulations that are going to be placed on USA traders effective 10/18/2010 as a result of the Dodd-Frank bill the CFTC imposed. If you are confused about the new rules as they really impact USA traders in Forex, it's simple: -Leverage on major pairs reduced to 50:1 and 20:1 on minors-All USA brokers have to register with the NFA - this means that all USA brokers have to use new leverage of 50:1 and 20:1 and trading rules like NO hedging and FIFO apply. This means several international brokers are:A. Not accepting USA citizens business any longerB. Forcing USA citizens into the new leverage regulations and trading restrictions.
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New CFTC regulations affect US client

Dear Trader,

As you know, the CFTC has issued new regulations that are scheduled to take effect on Oct. 18. As of that date, U.S. traders will be limited to 50:1 leverage. This is in addition to the "no hedging" and FIFO restrictions already in place. For those U.S. traders who are trading with brokers in the UK, such as (UK) and FXCM (UK), the CFTC is forcing the brokers to move your accounts back to the U.S. as of Oct. 18, so that you will be subject to the new regulations.