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Plus500


Plus500

Review

Usability5 stars
Reliability5 stars
Features5 stars
Customer support5 stars
Money protection5 stars
Plus500

Top recommended CFD provider

Remember that CFDs are a leveraged product and can result in the loss of your entire deposit. Trading CFDs may not be suitable for you. Please ensure you fully understand the risks involved.
Company NamePlus500UK Ltd.
Websitewww.plus500.co.uk
Main OfficesLondon, UK
Authorised & Regulated byFinancial Conduct Authority
Instruments available to trade CFD's:Forex, Stocks, Commodities, Indices, ETF's
PlatformsSoftware, Web trader, iPhone app, iPad app, Android app, other mobile versions.
Instruments available to tradeClick here to view
Demo AccountUnlimited time
Deposit and withdraw methodsCredit Card, PayPal, Wire, Skrill
Minimum deposit£100
Trading feesNo commissions
Minimum spreads0.8 Pips
Maximum Leverage1:300
Real time quotesAvailable
Support24/7 Email support
Languagesالعربية, български, 简体中文, 繁體中文, Hrvatski, Česky, Dansk, Nederlands, English, Eesti, Suomeksi, Français, Deutsch, Eλληνικά, עברית, Magyar, íslenska, Italiano, Latviešu, Lietuviškai, Bahasa Melayu, Malti, Norsk, Polski, Português, Română, Pyccĸий, Slovenčina, Slovenski, Español, Svenska, Türkçe
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