A broker that enables trading on CFDs (forex, crypto [*Availability subject to regulations], stocks, indices, commodities and others) and investing in stocks. Serving over a million clients, Plus500 is one of the fastest growing and largest brokers in Europe and Asia. The broker offers an leverage up to 1:30 and enables you to start trading with a low deposit of 100 euro. The only platform available is Plus500, but it offers attractive desing and functionality – very important for new traders.
77% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
The broker holds various companies which are regulated by different supervisory institutions:
Plus500 UK LTD is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 509909).
Plus500 CY LTD is regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (License No. 250/14).
Plus500AU Pty Ltd, ACN 153 301 681, AFSL # 417727, issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission is authorized to issue these products to Australian residents. Derivatives issuer licence in New Zealand, FSP #. 486026 authorises company to issue these products to New Zealand residents. Plus500AU Pty Ltd, is also an authorized Financial Services Provider in South Africa, FSP 47546.
Is Plus500 reliable?
The broker has been operating on the market since 2008 and is one of the largest CFD brokers in the world.
Is Plus500 legal?
The broker has licenses, among others in Cyprus (allows for the provision of services in Europe), Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Seychelles and Singapore.
What can you invest in at Plus500?
The broker divides its offer into CFD (leveraged) products and shares. Its offer includes over 2,500 different CFD instruments, such as cryptocurrencies (*Availability subject to regulations), stocks, indices, commodities, forex, ETFs and options.
Is the Plus500 account free?
Broker is adding spread to transactions. Other fees includes Overnight Funding, Currency Conversion Fee, Guaranteed Stop Order, and Inactivity Fee.