Robinhood vs FIBO Group

Robinhood vs FIBO Group Comparison Table 2021
Robinhood FIBO Group
Robinshood have pioneered mobile trading in the US. Their offer attempts to provide the cheapest share trading anywhere.
We do not recommend trading with Robinhood. Their business practices have harmed traders and their "free" trading offer has been criticized for actually costing their traders millions of dollars.
FIBO Group is a dual-licensed forex broker offering multiple trading platforms.
United States Flag Traders from US accepted
United States Flag Traders from US not accepted
Bonus
None None
Instruments
Stocks, Options, CFD, Binary Options Forex, CFDs, cryptos, spot metals
Demo Account
No Yes
Minimum Deposit
$0 $50
Payment Methods
Apple Pay, Google Pay Cashu, Credit Card, Mastercard, Neteller, Paysafecard, Perfect Money, Skrill, Visa, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
$10 0.01 lots
Regulator
SEC CySEC, FSC BVI
Margin Trading
No No
Margin Rate
2.5%
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No Yes
cTrader
No Yes
STP Account
No No
ECN Account
No No
DMA Account
No No
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android and Windows Yes
Auto Trading
No Yes
Trade Signals
No Yes
Social Trading
No Yes
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
No Yes
Account Currencies
- USD, EUR, GBP, CHF
CFD
Speculate on the financial markets with a range of CFDs.
Leverage
1:2 1:1000
FTSE Spread
N/A 3.5
GBPUSD Spread
N/A 0.5
Oil Spread
$0.08
Stocks Spread
0.3% Var Variable
Forex
Forex trading not offered Trade dozens of online currencies with competitive leverage rates.
GBPUSD Spread
0.5
EURUSD Spread
0.3
EURGBP Spread
0.5
Assets
60+
Cryptocurrency
Crypto trading not offered Trade crypto and USD cross pairs.
Spread
Floating
Coins
BTC, ETH, LTC, ZEC, XMR, DSH
Binary Options
Binary options trading not offered
Payout