Interactive Brokers vs Stratton Markets

Interactive Brokers vs Stratton Markets Comparison Table 2021
Interactive Brokers Stratton Markets
IB Boast a huge market share of global trading. With a minimum deposit of $10,000 however, they remain an option for larger traders only. Stratton Markets offers leveraged online trading on its Trader platform & MT4.
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
Bonus
None None
Instruments
Stocks, Futures, E-minis, Options, CFD, Forex, Crypto Forex, CFDs, shares, indices
Demo Account
Yes Yes
Minimum Deposit
$10000 £250
Payment Methods
Apple Pay, Cheque, Credit Card, Google Pay, JCB Card, Mastercard, Samsung Pay Credit Card, Mastercard, Neteller, Skrill, Visa, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
$100 0.01 lots
Regulator
SEC, FCA CySEC
Margin Trading
Yes No
Margin Rate
1.55 - 2.59%
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
STP Account
Yes No
ECN Account
No No
DMA Account
Yes No
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android and Windows Yes
Auto Trading
No Yes (EAs)
Trade Signals
No Yes
Social Trading
No No
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
No No
Account Currencies
USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, AUD, INR, JPY, SEK, NOK, DKK, CHF -
CFD
Invest on the financial markets with leveraged contracts for difference (CFDs).
Leverage
1:50 1:30 Retail, 1:400 Professional
FTSE Spread
0.005% (£1 Min) Fixed
GBPUSD Spread
Commission (.20 pts x trade value) Fixed
Oil Spread
N/A Fixed
Stocks Spread
From 0.003 per share, variable Fixed
Forex
Stratton Markets offers major, minor and exotic currencies.
GBPUSD Spread
Commission (.20 pts x trade value) Fixed
EURUSD Spread
Commission (.20 pts x trade value) Fixed
EURGBP Spread
Commission (.20 pts x trade value) Fixed
Assets
70+ 25+
Cryptocurrency
Crypto trading not offered
Spread
Coins
BTC, LTC, ETH, XRP