Plus500 vs Atiora

Plus500 vs Comparison Table 2022
Plus500 Atiora
4.5
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Atiora has closed.
An investor with a Plus500 account can trade CFDs on underlying financial instruments such as Forex, Stocks, Commodities, Cryptocurrency (Availability subject to regulation), Options and Indices. With tight spreads and no commission, they are a leading global brand.
73% of retail CFD accounts lose money.
Awards
Best Overall Broker 2021 - DayTrading.com
Best Overall Broker 2020 - DayTrading.com
Best Overall Broker 2019 - DayTrading.com
Bonus
None
Instruments
CFDs
Demo Account
Yes
Minimum Deposit
$100
Payment Methods
Credit Card, Debit Card, Mastercard, PayPal, Skrill, Swift, Visa, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
Varies by asset
Regulator
FCA, MAS, CySec, ASIC, FSA
Margin Trading
Yes
MetaTrader 4
No
MetaTrader 5
No
cTrader
No
STP Account
No
ECN Account
No
DMA Account
No
MAM Account
No -
PAMM Account
No -
LAMM Account
No -
Demat Account
No -
AI / Machine Learning
No -
Robo Advisor
No -
Negative Balance Protection
Yes -
Market Maker
Yes -
P2P Trading
No -
Spot Trading
No -
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android and Windows
Auto Trading
-
Trade Signals
- -
VPS Hosting
No -
Tournaments
No -
Demo Competitions
No -
Ethical Investing
Yes -
Social Trading
No
Copy Trading
No
Islamic Account
No
Account Currencies
USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, ZAR, CZK
CFD
Leverage
1:30
FTSE Spread
Variable
GBPUSD Spread
Variable
Oil Spread
Variable
Stocks Spread
Variable
Atiora has closed.
73% of retail CFD accounts lose money.
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