The Traders’ Glossary is particularly useful for beginner traders, covering the most important terms and definitions relating to trading and investing.
In the FAQ section, the user can find answers to the most common queries regarding trading and the markets in general, software and the Terms & Conditions of the services offered.
Admiral Markets further offers complete online video courses. The ‘Zero to Hero’ and ‘Forex101’courses are free of charge and consist of video’s quizzes and training notes.
Admiral Markets places a strong focus on education, providing adequate materials for traders of all levels and catering to different learning styles and interests. Furthermore, the information is available in multiple languages when accessing the broker’s local domains.
“Admiral Markets provides a simple and transparent trading offering suitable for both beginner and advanced traders. Users can access commission-free trading on a wide range of asset classes and commission-based trading on Forex ECN style trading, as well as low commissions on Stock CFDs, on the globally-recognised MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 trading platform for Windows, Mac, Web and mobile.”
From our observations, Admiral Markets provides a simple and transparent trading offering suitable for both beginner and advanced traders. Users have access to 4 different types of trading accounts called Admiral.Markets, Admiral.MT5, Admiral.Prime and Admiral.Invest. From here users can trade on more than 5,000+ instruments.
The broker has a blend of commission-free tradable markets and commission-based (mainly when trading Stock CFDs, Stocks and ECN style trading on Admiral.Prime). Users can trade on the globally-recognised MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 trading platforms for Windows, Mac, Web and Mobile. As well as access advanced trading features from the MetaTrader Supreme Edition which offers traders access to advanced indicators and more.
Is Admiral Markets regulated?
Yes, by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and the Estonian Financial Supervision Authority (EFSA).
Where is Admiral Markets based?
Admiral Markets is based at Maakri 19-1, 10145 Tallinn, Estonia.
How does Admiral Markets make money?
Admiral Markets makes money mainly through spreads and swaps on certain tradable asset classes and commissions on certain trading accounts.
How do I deposit in Admiral Markets account?
Funds can be deposited into a trading account via debit or credit card, bank wire transfer, Neteller, Skrill and other e-wallets.
What is the min. deposit for Admiral Markets?
The minimum deposit for Admiral Markets is 100 USD/EUR/GBP/CHF.
How do I withdraw money from Admiral Markets?
Withdrawals can be made from Admiral Markets via bank wire transfer, Neteller or Skrill from the Trader’s Room area.
What is the max leverage in Admiral Markets?
The maximum leverage offered by Admiral Markets is 1:500 for professional clients and 1:30 for retail clients, in line with ESMA regulations.
How do I open an account with Admiral Markets?
An account can be opened at the click of a button on the Admiral Markets website and can be done in just a few steps.
Does Admiral Markets use MetaTrader?
Yes, MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.
“Admiral Markets is a Forex and CFD broker authorised and regulated by the FCA, ASIC, EFSA and CySEC, offering 4 different trading accounts to trade and invest on more than 5,000+ trading instruments across Forex, Commodities, Indices, Shares, ETFs, Bonds and Cryptocurrency CFDs on the MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 trading platform.”
Admiral Markets is a Forex, CFD and Stock broker founded in 2001 and regulated by the FCA, ASIC, CySEC and EFSA. The company is a member of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, offering negative balance protection, segregated accounts and a high level of safety and security of funds.
The broker offers 4 different trading accounts called Admiral.Markets, Admiral.Prime, Admiral.MT5 and Admiral.Invest, as well as Islamic accounts and access to a free demo trading account. Users can trade on more than 5,000+ markets covering Forex, Commodities, Indices, Shares, ETFs, Bonds and Cryptocurrency CFDs on the MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 trading platform for Windows, Mac, Web and Mobile platforms.
Users can access free trading webinars, news and analysis articles in the Trader’s Blog section as well as a variety of educational articles covering different trading topics. The YouTube channel is also updated frequently with new content and webinar recordings. The broker also offers free access to Trading Central indicators and services directly from the MetaTrader platform.
- Commission-free trading available.
- 5,000+ trading instruments available to trade on.
- Low stock CFD trading commission.
- Can trade on MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 for Windows, Mac, Web, Android and iOS.