easymarkets vs Plus500

easyMarkets is the leading forex broker for beginners CFD trading based on their forex platform, 31 charting tools, fixed spreads and risk management tools while Plus500 is more tailored to intermediate traders who understand how CFDs work and can use the Plus500 platform with 100+ technical indicators.

Below shows the easyMarkets vs Plus500 comparison or you can view the full easyMarkets review or Plus500 review.

By Justin Grossbard / Updated: Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

easyMarkets vs Plus500

Broker Reviewed

EasyMarkets
Plus500

Regulations and Licenses

Feature
EasyMarkets
Plus500
ASIC (Australia)
FCA (UK)
MAS (Singapore)
CFTC (U.S.A)
FSCA (South Africa)
FINMA (Switzerland)
CYSEC (Cypus)
IIROC (Canada)
FMA (New Zealand)

Brokerage

Feature
EasyMarkets
Plus500
No Commission Account Spreads From (EUR/USD):
1.2 (VIP)
0.6
Commission Account Spreads From (EUR/USD):
Commission (per 100k traded side trip)
Minimum Deposit
USD $200
$0
Volume Commission Rebates
Has Islamic Account
No Inactivity Fees
Funding Methods
16
3
No Deposit/Withdrawal Fees

Markets and Instruments

Feature
EasyMarkets
Plus500
Forex Currency Pairs CFDs
70+
60+
Cryptocurrency CFDs
3+
10+
Index CFDs
14+
67+
Share CFDs
26+
1816+
Commodities CFD
12+
17+
Stockbroking
Retail Maximum Leverage
400:1
30:1
Professional Maximum Leverage
400:1
300:1

Trading Platforms + Tools

Feature
EasyMarkets
Plus500
MetaTrader 4 (MT4)
MetaTrader 5 (MT5)
cTrader
Proprietary Platform
Automatic / Robot Trading
MetaTrader 4 only
Social + Copy Trading
Standard Stop Loss
Guaranteed Stop Loss Order
Guaranteed Negative Balance Protection
Demo Account
Unique Feature 1
DealCancellation / Freeze Rate
Trade cannabis index and share CFDs
Unique Feature 2
Guaranteed Negative Balance Protection / Fixed Spreads
Guaranteed stop loss trading option

Overall

EasyMarkets
Plus500
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