M1 Finance vs Mega Trader FX

M1 Finance vs Mega Trader FX Comparison Table 2022
M1 Finance Mega Trader FX
3.9
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
Not Yet Rated
United States Flag Traders from US not accepted
M1 Finance offers customizable and automated trading services for US investors. Mega Trader FX is a multi-asset broker offering 1:500 leverage and deposit bonuses.
Bonus
$4,000 switching bonus 20% deposit bonus up to $2,000
Instruments
Stocks, ETFs, funds Forex, CFDs, indices, precious metals, energies
Demo Account
Yes Yes
Minimum Deposit
$100 $0
Payment Methods
Wire Transfer Neteller, Skrill, Visa
Minimum Trade
$1 0.01 lots
Regulator
FINRA, SEC CySEC
Margin Trading
Yes No
Margin Rate
2 - 3.5%
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
AlgoTrader
No -
OmniTrader
No -
TradingView
No -
Autochartist
- -
eSignal
- -
Trading Central
- -
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 -
AI / Machine Learning
Yes -
Robo Advisor
No -
Negative Balance Protection
No -
Market Maker
No -
P2P Trading
No -
Spot Trading
No No
Mobile Apps
Yes Yes
Auto Trading
Yes Yes (EAs)
Trade Signals
- -
VPS Hosting
No -
Tournaments
No -
Demo Competitions
No -
Ethical Investing
No -
Social Trading
No No
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
No Yes
Account Currencies
- -
Stock Exchanges
- -
CFD
CFD trading not offered CFD products are available on multiple financial markets.
Leverage
1:500
FTSE Spread
Variable
GBPUSD Spread
2.6
Oil Spread
Variable
Stocks Spread
N/A
Forex
Forex trading not offered Online trading is available on major, minor and exotic FX pairs.
GBPUSD Spread
2.6
EURUSD Spread
1.9
EURGBP Spread
2.5
Assets
54
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