AGEA vs BUX Zero

AGEA vs BUX Zero Comparison Table 2022
AGEA BUX Zero
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AGEA is a regulated forex & CFD broker offering multiple trading platforms and account types.
We do not recommend AGEA due to complaints regarding payment methods and withdrawals
BUX Zero is a mobile stock broker with a sleek app and helpful educational content.
Awards
Accenture Innovation Award 2016
Bonus
$5 no deposit bonus Free Welcome Share
Instruments
Forex, indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies Stocks, ETFs
Demo Account
Yes No
Minimum Deposit
$1 $0
Payment Methods
Minimum Trade
0.01 lots $0
Regulator
Commission for Capital Markets AFM
Margin Trading
No Yes
MetaTrader 4
Yes No
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
AlgoTrader
No No
OmniTrader
No No
TradingView
No No
Autochartist
No
eSignal
No
Trading Central
No
STP Account
No No
ECN Account
No No
DMA Account
No No
MAM Account
No No
PAMM Account
No No
LAMM Account
No No
Demat Account
No No
AI / Machine Learning
No No
Robo Advisor
No No
Negative Balance Protection
No No
Market Maker
No No
P2P Trading
No No
Spot Trading
No Yes
Mobile Apps
Yes iOS & Android
Auto Trading
Yes
Copy Trading
No No
Social Trading
No No
Trade Signals
No
VPS Hosting
No No
Tournaments
No No
Demo Competitions
No No
Ethical Investing
No No
Islamic Account
Yes No
Account Currencies
  • EUR
CFD Trading
Trade CFDs on forex, indices, & commodities CFD trading not offered
Leverage
1:100
FTSE Spread
0.7
GBPUSD Spread<
0.2
Oil Spread
0.3
Stocks Spread
N/A
Forex Trading
Trade majors, minors, & exotic currency pairs Forex trading not offered
GBPUSD Spread
0.2 pips
EURUSD Spread
0.6 pips
EURGBP Spread
0.2 pips
Assets
17
Cryptocurrency
Trade with leverage on popular crypto coins Crypto trading not offered
Spread
Floating
Coins
  • BTC
  • ETH
  • XRP
Crypto Lending
No No
Crypto Mining
No No
Crypto Staking
No
Auto Market Maker
No No
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