Saxo Bank vs IG Group

Saxo Bank vs IG Group Comparison Table 2021
Saxo Bank IG Group
A regulated bank, Saxobank offer Equities and Forex trading on 40,000+ markets via the SaxoTrader Pro and SaxoTrader Go platforms IG-US offer spread betting, CFD and Forex trading across a range of markets. They are FCA regulated, boast a great trading app and have a 40 year track record of excellence.
Forex trading involves risk. Losses can exceed deposits
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Bonus
None None
Instruments
Forex, CFDs, indices, shares, commodities, cryptocurrencies, futures, options, bonds, ETFs Stocks, Digital Options, Futures, Spreadbetting, Options, CFD, Forex
Demo Account
Yes Yes
Minimum Deposit
$10000 £250
Payment Methods
Credit Card, Mastercard, Visa, Wire Transfer Credit Card, Mastercard, MoneyGram, PayPal, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
Vary by asset £1
Regulator
Danish FSA, FCA and Others FCA
MetaTrader 4
No Yes
MetaTrader 5
No No
cTrader
No No
STP Account
No Yes
ECN Account
Yes Yes
DMA Account
No Yes
Mobile Apps
SaxoTraderGo (iOS, Android, Windows) iOS, Android
Auto Trading
No Yes
Trade Signals
Yes Yes (Via Chartist Software)
Social Trading
No No
Copy Trading
No No
Islamic Account
Yes No
CFD
Leverage
1:30 1:200 Var
FTSE Spread
1.2 pts (Variable) 1 pt
GBPUSD Spread
0.7 (var) 0.9 pips
Oil Spread
0.03 3 pips
Stocks Spread
0.10% (subject to min commission) 0.1% Var
Forex
GBPUSD Spread
0.7 (varies by region) 0.9 pips
EURUSD Spread
0.2 (varies by region) 0.6 pips
EURGBP Spread
0.6 (varies by region) 2 pips
Assets
40+ 90+
Forex trading involves risk. Losses can exceed deposits
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