AMP Global vs Tradeview

AMP Global vs Tradeview Comparison Table 2024
AMP Global Tradeview
3.5

AMP Global is #13 in our CFD broker rankings.

3.8
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
United States Flag Traders from US not accepted

AMP Global is a multi-asset, multi-regulated broker offering trading on forex, stocks, commodities, indices, futures and crypto through the MetaTrader 5 platform, with low minimum deposits from $100 and high leverage up to 1:100. The firm was launched in 2010 and is registered with the CySEC and NFA.

Tradeview is an offshore forex and CFD broker based in the Cayman Islands and regulated by CIMA. Traders can access over 5000 instruments with a minimum deposit of $100. There are several third-party platforms on offer, including MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and cTrader.

Risk Warning- CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74% - 89% of retail investors' accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. 74-89% of retail CFD accounts lose money.
Bonus Offer
Promotional Offer vary. Contact Tradeview for details
Comment by Reviewer
"Traders seeking a well-regulated broker with strong market access, low fees and the powerful MT5 platform will enjoy AMP Global. On the downside, we found the sign-up process cumbersome vs competitors." "After exploring the broker, I think Tradeview is a good choice for experienced traders looking for a no-frills brokerage service with rapid ECN execution, tight spreads and feature-rich software. Conversely, with the lack of top-tier regulation and educational materials, beginners may want to look elsewhere."
Pros
  • Demo account
  • 1:100 leverage
  • Top-tier regulation
  • Price match promise
  • MT5 trading platform
  • Swap-free Islamic account
  • 24-hour customer support
  • Low minimum deposit requirement
  • The main thing that stands out for me is the wide range of platforms available at Tradeview, including the MetaTrader terminals, cTrader and Currenex, plus several software options for the broker’s real stocks trading service
  • Through STP/ECN execution, the broker is able to achieve raw pricing on popular assets. Tradeview also charges very low commissions from $2.50 per lot per side
  • My tests uncovered a strong range of 60+ currency pairs, which is above the industry average and should allow serious forex traders to explore plenty of opportunities
  • I found a decent range of payment methods available at Tradeview, with no deposit fees and same-day processing times
  • In addition, TradeView is a liquidity provider for other firms, underlining their reliability.
Cons
  • No MT4 download
  • No proprietary mobile app
  • Deposit and withdrawal fees
  • Narrow range of instruments offered
  • Long account sign-up requirements vs other brokers
  • A key drawback for me is the lack of top-tier regulatory oversight. The broker’s offshore regulation with CIMA may mean that traders won’t receive robust fund protection measures. They are however, looking to bolster this area in the near future.
  • I was a little disappointed to find a $35 fee for bank wire withdrawals and a 1-1.5% fee for Skrill and Neteller
Instruments
Exchange-Traded Futures, Forex, Metals, Energies, Indices, Stocks, Crypto CFDs Forex, CFDs, indices, shares, commodities, cryptocurrencies
Demo Account
Yes Yes
Minimum Deposit
$100 $100
Trading Platforms
  • MT5
  • TradingView
  • MT4
  • MT5
  • cTrader
Payment Methods
Credit / Debit Car, Neteller, Skrill, Cryptocurrencies, Bank Wire, Bitpay, Accentpay, Payretailers, Sticpay, Fasapay, Advcash, TransferMate, Bitwallet, Uphold and JPay
Minimum Trade
0.01 Lots 0.01 Lots
Regulator
NFA, CFTC, CySEC CIMA, MFSA
Margin Trading
Yes No
STP Account
No Yes
ECN Account
No Yes
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
Yes No
Market Maker
Yes No
P2P Trading
No No
Spot Trading
No No
Mobile Apps
iOS & Android Yes
Auto Trading
Expert Advisors (EAs) on MetaTrader Yes
Copy Trading
No Yes
Copy Trading Platform
Choose between manual and automated copy trading at with a range of leading market signals.
Social Trading
No Yes
Trade Signals
Yes
VPS Hosting
No No
Tournaments
No No
Demo Competitions
No No
Ethical Investing
No No
Custodial Account
No No
Guaranteed Stop Loss
No No
Islamic Account
Yes Yes
Account Currencies
  • USD
  • EUR
  • GBP
  • RUB
  • PLN
Stock Exchanges
Commodities
CFD Trading
Non-US clients can trade CFDs leveraged up to 1:100 on 7 asset classes with variable spreads from 0.5 on currencies and 1 on the FTSE index. However, the depth of stocks, commodities and cryptos is limited. My tests uncovered around 100 CFD products covering forex, indices, commodities and cryptos. Leverage is available up to 1:400 and it’s good to see that scalping, hedging and EA strategies are permitted.
Leverage
1:100 1:400 (CIMA), 1:30 (MFSA)
FTSE Spread
From 1.0 N/A
GBPUSD Spread
From 0.5 0.6
Oil Spread
From 1.0 0.5
Stocks Spread
Variable Variable
Forex Trading
Trade 70+ major, minor and exotic forex pairs with spreads from 0.5 on popular majors like GBP/USD and EUR/USD. This compares well to other forex brokers while the MT5 platform offers rich analysis tools and automated trading capabilities. I’m happy with Tradeview’s strong range of 60+ currency pairs spanning majors, minors and exotics with competitive spreads from 0 pips in the $1000 ILC account. Traders can choose from several platforms, but I was particularly impressed with the feature-rich Currenex platform which is designed specifically for currency trading.
GBPUSD Spread
From 0.5 0.6
EURUSD Spread
From 0.5 0.2
EURGBP Spread
From 0.5 0.7
Assets
70+ 60
Cryptocurrency
Trade BTC, BCH, ETH and LTC pairs with USD and 1:2 leverage. However, this doesn't match the selection of cryptos at alternative brokers and higher leverage can be found elsewhere. I found 5 crypto products at Tradeview: BTCUSD, ETHUSD, LTCUSD, XRPUSD and BTCJPY. Whilst this isn’t the widest range, beginners should have enough opportunities to explore the market. Plus, with STP/ECN execution, traders should be able to access relatively competitive prices.
Spread
From 1 pip From $0.09
Coins
  • BTC
  • BCH
  • LTC
  • ETH
  • BTC
  • ETC
  • LTC
  • XRP
Crypto Lending
No No
Crypto Mining
No No
Crypto Staking
No No
Auto Market Maker
No No
Risk Warning- CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. Between 74% - 89% of retail investors' accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. 74-89% of retail CFD accounts lose money.
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