Plus500 vs Libertex

Plus500 vs Libertex Comparison Table 2020
Plus500 Libertex
A trader with a Plus500 account can trade CFDs on underlying financial instruments such as Forex, Stocks, Commodities, Cryptocurrency, Options and Indices. With tight spreads and no commission, they are a leading global brand. Libertex - Trade Online. Libertex offer CFD and Forex trading, with fixed commissions and no hidden costs.
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Awards
Best Overall Broker 2020 - DayTrading.com
Best Overall Broker 2019 - DayTrading.com
Best Trading App 2019 - DayTrading.com
Bonus
None None
Instruments
Stocks, Options, CFD, Forex, Crypto Stocks, CFD, Forex, Crypto
Demo Account
Yes Yes
Minimum Deposit
$100 $100
Minimum Trade
Varies by asset $1
Regulator
FCA, CySec, ASIC CySec
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No No
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android and Windows iOS and Android + Browser based platform
Auto Trading
No No
Trade Signals
No No
Islamic Account
No No
CFD
FTSE Spread
Variable
GBPUSD Spread
Variable
Oil Spread
Variable
Stocks Spread
Variable
Forex
Plus500 Offer forex trading via CFDs with tight variable spreads and a range of well over 70 currency pairs. Free Unlimited Demo Account.
GBPUSD Spread
Variable N/A
EURUSD Spread
Variable N/A
EURGBP Spread
Variable N/A
Assets
70+ 49
Cryptocurrency
Plus500 accounts can trade CFDs on a range of cryptocurrencies 24/7, with competitive spreads (Just 1% for BTC). Leverage of 1:2 is also available. Libertex provide trading on the largest number of crypto currencies anywhere, with small spreads and no spread.
Spread
BTC 1%, ETH 1.6% 50% reduced comissions
Coins
BCH, BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, IOTA, NEO, EOS, XMR Over 50 Cryptos
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