Okay, you think like this, that’s your right, I can’t say you how you should think. However, do you think it’s a problem that brokerage is offshore registered. I was trading both with regulated by FCA brokerage and with SVG licensed brokerage. Of course, trading with FCA brokerage is ‘more safe’, but I know some cases when regulated brokers turned to be scam. Also, regulated broker have many restrictions, as leverage restriction (it’s only 1:20). On the other hand, SVG regulation allows aafx to provide extremely high leverage. I agree, 2000 is exremely giant, but 1:200 is real case for some small-amount traders. I suggest not just judge brokerage by offshore or not, but to make a deeper research. When I got interested in Aafx – I read around 100 reviews and contacted with 2 traders – I got positive feedback, so I don’t see any point not to trust company.