IG Group vs Trade Republic

IG Group vs Trade Republic Comparison Table 2021
IG Group Trade Republic
IG-US offer spread betting, CFD and Forex trading across a range of markets. They are FCA regulated, boast a great trading app and have a 40 year track record of excellence. Trade Republic is a German-based mobile-only securities bank and stockbroker that supports stocks, derivatives and crypto trading.
Forex trading involves risk. Losses can exceed deposits
United States Flag Traders from US not accepted
United States Flag Traders from US not accepted
Bonus
None None
Instruments
Stocks, Digital Options, Futures, Spreadbetting, Options, CFD, Forex Stocks, ETFs, Indices, Derivatives, Cryptos
Demo Account
Yes No
Minimum Deposit
£250 $0
Payment Methods
Credit Card, JCB Card, Mastercard, MoneyGram, PayPal, Wire Transfer Credit Card, Mastercard, Visa, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
£1 0.01 lots
Regulator
FCA BaFin, Bundesbank
Margin Trading
No No
Margin Rate
MetaTrader 4
Yes No
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
STP Account
Yes Yes
ECN Account
Yes No
DMA Account
Yes No
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android iOS & Android
Auto Trading
Yes No
Trade Signals
Yes (Via Chartist Software) No
Social Trading
No No
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
No No
Account Currencies
USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, AUD, JPY, SEK, CHF EUR
CFD
Trade Republic offers over 40,000 derivatives assets, including CFDs, with no commission charges or spread mark-ups.
Leverage
1:30 EU, 1:200
FTSE Spread
1 pt Market
GBPUSD Spread
0.9 pips Market
Oil Spread
3 pips Market
Stocks Spread
0.1% Var Market
Forex
Trade Republic offers derivatives trading on a range of currencies for its European clients.
GBPUSD Spread
0.9 pips Market
EURUSD Spread
0.6 pips Market
EURGBP Spread
2 pips Market
Assets
90+ Limited
Cryptocurrency
Crypto trading not offered Trade Republic supports derivatives trading on four leading cryptocurrencies.
Spread
Market
Coins
BTC, ETH, LTC, BCH
Binary Options
Binary options trading not offered Binary options are offered on popular financial markets.
Payout
Undisclosed%
Forex trading involves risk. Losses can exceed deposits