Markets.com offer five ways to trade: Forex, Shares, Indices, Commodities, ETF and CFD.
To open a live account, you’ll need a minimum deposit of at least $100. Alternatively, Markets.com offer a demo account that you can use to practice and familiarise yourself with their platform.
Regulated by CySEC (Licence: 092/08), and Financial Services Provider #43906 in South Africa. Markets.com puts all client funds in a segregated bank account and uses tier-1 banks for this. Markets.com have been established since 2008, and have a head office in Cyprus, UK, Syria.
Before we dive into some of the more detailed aspects of Markets.com’s spreads, fees, platforms and trading features, you may want to open Markets.com‘s website in a new tab by clicking the button below in order to see the latest information directly from Markets.com.
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What are Markets.com's spreads & fees?
The spreads displayed below are based on the minimum spreads listed on Markets.com’s website. The colour bars show how competitive Markets.com’s spreads are in comparison to other popular brokers featured on BrokerNotes.
EUR/USDNot offered $0 per lot
The average spread for EUR/USD across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.82 pips. See popular brokers for trading EUR/USD
USD/JPYNot offered $0 per lot
The average spread for USD/JPY across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 0.91 pips. See popular brokers for trading USD/JPY
GBP/USDNot offered $0 per lot
The average spread for GPB/USD across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 1.18 pips. See popular brokers for trading GBP/USD
The average spread for Bitcoin across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 31.13 pips. See popular brokers for trading Bitcoin
The average spread for gold across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 8.62 pips. See popular brokers for trading gold
The average spread for DAX30 across all brokers on BrokerNotes is 14.95 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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All fees/prices are for informational purposes and are subject to change. Last updated: 17/11/2017.
What instruments can you trade with Markets.com?
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What's the Markets.com trading experience like?
1) Platforms and apps
Markets.com 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 Markets.com's platforms
2) Executing Trades
Markets.com allow you to execute a minimum of trade of 0.01 Lot. This may vary depending on the account you open. The maximum trade requirements vary depending on the trader and the instrument.
As a market maker, Markets.com may have lower entry requirements compared to a ECN broker who benefit from a higher volume of trades and typically have larger capital and minimum trade requirements. Market makers typically have lower minimum deposit, smaller minimum trades requirements and no commission on trades.
As with most brokers, margin requirements do vary depending on the trader, accounts and instruments, but as a guide, Markets.com offer margin up to 0.2% on currencies.
Finally, we‘ve listed some of the popular funding methods that Markets.com offers its traders on the right.
3) Client support
Markets.com support a wide range of languages including Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish
Markets.com have a BrokerNotes triple AAA support rating because they offer a wide range of languages, live chat, phone and email support.
CFDs are leveraged products and can result in the loss of your capital. All information collected from https://www.markets.com on November 21, 2017.