Finspreads vs OBR Invest

Finspreads vs OBR Invest Comparison Table 2021
Finspreads OBR Invest
Open an account with the UK-regulated Finspreads to start spread betting. OBR Investments Limited is a CySEC regulated Investment Firm offering the MetaTrader 4 platform.
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
United States Flag Traders from US not accepted
Bonus
None None
Instruments
Spread betting, forex, stocks, indices, commodities Forex, commodities, cryptocurrencies, stocks, indices
Demo Account
Yes Yes
Minimum Deposit
£50 $250
Payment Methods
Mastercard, Visa, Wire Transfer Credit Card, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill, Visa, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
£0.10 0.01
Regulator
FCA CySEC
Margin Trading
- No
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
STP Account
- No
ECN Account
No No
DMA Account
No No
MAM Account
- No
PAMM Account
- No
LAMM Account
- No
Demat Account
- No
AI / Machine Learning
- -
Robo Advisor
- -
Negative Balance Protection
- -
Market Maker
- No
P2P Trading
- No
Spot Trading
- No
Mobile Apps
Yes Yes (iOS & Android)
Auto Trading
- Yes (EAs)
Trade Signals
No Yes
VPS Hosting
- -
Tournaments
- -
Demo Competitions
- -
Ethical Investing
- -
Social Trading
No No
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
No No
Account Currencies
- -
CFD
CFD trading not offered Start leveraged CFD trading on stocks, indices and commodities.
Leverage
1:400 [Professional clients only]
FTSE Spread
From 3.0
GBPUSD Spread
From 1.8
Oil Spread
From 2.0
Stocks Spread
Variable
Forex
Invest in online currencies, including the US Dollar and Euro. OBR Invest offers forex CFDs trading on all major pairs, plus popular crosses and exotics.
GBPUSD Spread
08 From 1.8
EURUSD Spread
0.5 From 2.2
EURGBP Spread
0.8 From 1.8
Assets
10+ 55
Cryptocurrency
Crypto trading not offered A decent selection of popular cryptos, including crypto cross pairs and fiat pairs. CFDs – retail client accounts generally lose money
Spread
Variable
Coins
BTC, ETH, LTC, DOGE, DASH, XRP, XLM, XMR, BNC, ADA
Crypto Lending
- No
Crypto Mining
- No
Auto Market Maker
- No