Blueberry Markets
ThinkMarkets
Our Rating
54
68
75.5% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider

Regulations and Licenses

Feature
Blueberry Markets
ThinkMarkets
ASIC (Australia)
FCA (UK)
FSCA (South Africa)
FSA (Seychelles)
VFSA (Vanuatu)

Brokerage

Feature
Blueberry Markets
ThinkMarkets
EUR/USD Avg. Raw Spread
0.2
0.1
GBP/USD Avg. Raw Spread
0.2
0.3
AUD/USD Avg. Raw Spread
0.1
0.2
EUR/USD Standard Spread
1.2
1.1
EUR/USD Fixed Spreads
-
-
GBP/USD Avg. Standard Spread
1.2
1.3
AUD/USD Avg. Standard Spread
1.1
1.1
Commissions (USD Base)
$3.50
$3.50
Minimum Deposit
$100
$0
Swap Free Account
No Inactivity Fees
Funding Methods
7+
6+
No Funding Fees

Markets and Instruments

Feature
Blueberry Markets
ThinkMarkets
Currency Pairs
45+
46+
Cryptocurrency CFDs*
10+
21+
Index CFDs
13+
21+
Share CFDs
51+
1200+
Commodities CFD
5+
15+
Stockbroking
-
-
Retail Max Leverage (Australia)
Major Pairs 30:1
Minor Pairs 20:1
Major Pairs 30:1
Minor Pairs 20:1
Pro. Max Leverage (Australia)
500:1
500:1
Retail Max. Leverage (United Kingdom)
-
Major Pairs 30:1
Minor Pairs 20:1
Pro. Max. Leverage (United Kingdom)
-
500:1
Retail Max. Leverage (Europe)
-
Major Pairs 30:1
Minor Pairs 20:1
Pro. Max. Leverage (Europe)
-
500:1
Pro. Max. Leverage (New Zealand)
-
500:1

*Cryptocurrency CFDs are not available to retail traders in the UK due to FCA regulations
*CFD trading is not available in the USA due to NFA and CFTC regulations, American traders spot trade in place of CFDs.

Trading Platforms + Tools

Feature
Blueberry Markets
ThinkMarkets
MetaTrader 4 (MT4)
MetaTrader 5 (MT5)
cTrader
TradingView
Proprietary Platform
Automated Trading
Social + Copy Trading
Standard Stop Loss
Guaranteed Stop Loss
Demo Account

Overall

Blueberry Markets
ThinkMarkets
Our Rating
540
680
 

We have conducted a thorough comparison between Blueberry Markets from Sydney, Australia, and ThinkMarkets from London, UK. While both brokers charge a commission fee of $3.50 per side, ThinkMarkets generally offers lower spreads. Additionally, ThinkMarkets operates as a no dealing desk broker, whereas Blueberry Markets provides ultra-tight spreads through an ECN trading environment.

Blueberry Markets has a minimum deposit requirement of $100 for its accounts. On the other hand, ThinkMarkets offers a Standard account with no minimum deposit and a ThinkZero account that requires a $500 minimum deposit. ThinkMarkets is regulated by multiple authorities such as FCA, ASIC, and FSCA, while Blueberry Markets is regulated only by ASIC.