Head To Head Forex Broker Comparison Of IC Markets vs Plus500

Forex broker IC Markets offers ECN pricing with MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5 and cTrader trading platforms while Plus500 is a market maker with a custom platform. We found IC Markets offer lower spreads for EUR/USD while Plus500 offers 2000+ CFDs products including 10 cryptocurrencies.

 

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

IC Markets vs Plus500

Broker Reviewed

IC Markets
Plus500

Regulations and Licenses

Feature
IC Markets
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
IC Markets
Plus500
No Commission Account Spreads From (EUR/USD):
1.0
0.6
Commission Account Spreads From (EUR/USD):
0.0
Commission (per 100k traded side trip)
USD $3.50
Minimum Deposit
USD $200
$0
Volume Commission Rebates
Has Islamic Account
No Inactivity Fees
Funding Methods
15
3
No Deposit/Withdrawal Fees

Markets and Instruments

Feature
IC Markets
Plus500
Forex Currency Pairs CFDs
65+
60+
Cryptocurrency CFDs
10+
10+
Index CFDs
16+
67+
Share CFDs
100+
1816+
Commodities CFD
19+
17+
Stockbroking
Retail Maximum Leverage
500:1
30:1
Professional Maximum Leverage
500:1
300:1

Trading Platforms + Tools

Feature
IC Markets
Plus500
MetaTrader 4 (MT4)
MetaTrader 5 (MT5)
cTrader
Proprietary Platform
Automatic / Robot Trading
Social + Copy Trading
Standard Stop Loss
Guaranteed Stop Loss Order
Guaranteed Negative Balance Protection
ESMA regulated territories only
Demo Account
Unique Feature 1
ECN pricing
Trade cannabis index and share CFDs
Unique Feature 2
Range of fee free funding options
Guaranteed stop loss trading option

Overall

IC Markets
Plus500
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