No broker is perfect, and Plus500 is no exception. While they do have a lot of pros, there are plenty of reasons why you might be looking for an alternative to Plus500:
- Plus500 does not offer MT4
- Plus500 does not offer MT5
- Plus500 does not offer VPS services
- Plus500 does not offer an ECN account
Whatever your reason, we've got you covered. We analyse over 150 brokers across 80+ factors, from the competitiveness of their spreads to the quality of their trade execution and regulation. Below are ten of the best Plus500 alternatives.
Top alternative: AvaTrade
The most popular alternative to Plus500 is AvaTrade, a brokerage regulated by Central Bank of Ireland, ASiC, FSA and the FSB and used by 200,000+ traders. Another strong alternative is eToro, which is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, UK.
Here are some of the key reasons why traders choose AvaTrade and eToro over Plus500:
|Regulator||Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 509909) and Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (License No. 250/14)||Central Bank of Ireland, ASiC , FSA, FSB and BVI||Financial Conduct Authority, CySEC|
|Min. Trade||Variable||0.01 lot||$25|
|Platforms||Web Trader, Tablet & Mobile apps||MT4, Mac, Mirror Trader, ZuluTrade, Web Trader, Tablet & Mobile apps||Mirror Trader, Web Trader, Tablet & Mobile apps|
If you want to read more about AvaTrade, we've put together an in-depth AvaTrade review that explores their platform, spreads, and trading conditions in more detail.Visit AvaTrade
If AvaTrade isn't quite right, we've also listed ten suitable Plus500 alternatives below. You can click between the different instruments to compare each broker's spreads for that instrument.