offer one way to trade: .
To open a live account, you’ll need a minimum deposit of at least $. Alternatively, offer a demo account that you can use to practice and familiarise yourself with their platform.
Regulated by . puts all client funds in a segregated bank account and uses tier-1 banks for this. have been established since , and have a head office in .
Before we dive into some of the more detailed aspects of ’s spreads, fees, platforms and trading features, you may want to open ‘s website in a new tab by clicking the button below in order to see the latest information directly from .
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What are 's spreads & fees?
The spreads displayed below are based on the minimum spreads listed on ’s website. The colour bars show how competitive ’s spreads are in comparison to other popular brokers featured on BrokerNotes.
EUR/USDNot offered $ per lot
The average spread for EUR/USD across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.00 pips. See popular brokers for trading EUR/USD
USD/JPYNot offered $ per lot
The average spread for USD/JPY across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.00 pips. See popular brokers for trading USD/JPY
GBP/USDNot offered $ per lot
The average spread for GPB/USD across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.00 pips. See popular brokers for trading GBP/USD
The average spread for Bitcoin across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.00 pips. See popular brokers for trading Bitcoin
The average spread for gold across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.00 pips. See popular brokers for trading gold
The average spread for DAX30 across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.00 pips. See popular brokers for trading DAX30
Example: How much would it cost to trade 1 lot of EUR/USD?
If you were to buy one standard lot of EUR/USD (100k units) at an exchange rate of 1.1719 and then sell it the next day at the same price you could expect these fees:
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|Total cost of a 100k trade:||$0||$0||$0|
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All fees/prices are for informational purposes and are subject to change. Last updated: 17/11/2017.
What instruments can you trade with ?
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What's the trading experience like?
1) Platforms and apps
also offer mobile apps for Android and iOS, making it easier to keep an eye on and execute your trades while you‘re on the move.See 's platforms
2) Executing Trades
allow you to execute a minimum of trade of . This may vary depending on the account you open. allow you to execute a maxium trade of .
As with most brokers, margin requirements do vary depending on the trader, accounts and instruments, but as a guide, offer margin up to % on currencies.
Finally, we‘ve listed some of the popular funding methods that offers its traders on the right.
3) Client support
support a limited number including
HY Markets is the online trading platform of Henyep Capital Markets UK Limited, and it is registered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
HY Markets offers trading in a large number of instruments including metals, commodities, stocks, CFDs and foreign exchange through its custom HY Web Trader, as well as the Meta Trader 4 (MT4) platform.
HY Markets offers clients a choice between four account types:
HY Markets Mini account: This requires a minimum initial deposit of $50.
Premium account: This requires a minimum initial deposit of $2500.
Standard account: This requires a minimum initial deposit of $4750.
HY Pro Trader account: This requires a minimum initial deposit of $5000.
HY Markets do not charge commissions on trades and spreads range between 0.5 pips on HY Pro Trader accounts to 1.8 pips on the other account types.
They offer a maximum leverage of 1:300 on all account types, and deposits can be made either through wire transfers or by use of Pay Pal and Web Money.
Withdrawals can be processed by filling an online form and using the same means as deposits.
CFDs are leveraged products and can result in the loss of your capital. All information collected from on November 21, 2017.