Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Israel, eToro has grown into one of the most trusted derivatives brokers in the online trading industry. In addition to its vast array of trading instruments, supporting tools, and an innovative proprietary platform, eToro specializes in copy trading. The broker is one of the biggest social trading platforms in the world, and it also provides its clients with plenty of trading and investing opportunities. I thus found eToro to be the perfect choice for those interested in diversifying their trading and investing opportunities.
eToro’s services are geared towards those interested in social and copy trading. The broker has fostered a global community of over 20 million traders who provide and follow each other’s strategies and also learn from each other’s trading experiences.
eToro is ideal for beginners wishing to follow the strategies of seasoned traders with a proven track record; they can do so without having to pay extra commissions to the broker. Experienced traders can benefit from eToro’s enormous client pool and gain exposure for their strategies. They can generate extra revenue from each new subscriber.
eToro does not charge a service fee (commission) for copying other traders and their strategies, which is quite uncommon among brokers geared toward copy and social trading.
I performed my tests on a CFD Trading account using the web-based and mobile app versions of eToro’s proprietary platform. The account was opened with the eToro (UK) Ltd entity of the broker. Some features and services may vary depending on where you reside and which entity you open an account with.
|☑️ Regulations||ASIC (Australia), CySEC (Cyprus), FCA UK (United Kingdom), MiFID (undefined)|
|🗺 Supported Languages|
Turkish, English, Russian, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Thai, Taiwanese, Polish, Czech, Arabic, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Finnish, Japanese, Swedish, Greek, Vietnamese, Malaysian, German, Multi-lingual, Romanian, Norwegian
|💰 Products||Currencies, Stocks, ETFs, Crypto, Indices, Commodities|
|💵 Min Deposit||$10|
|💹 Max Leverage|
|🖥 Trading Desk Type||Market Maker|
|📊 Trading Platforms||eToro Platform|
|💳 Deposit Options||Wire Transfer, Neteller, Skrill, Credit Card, PayPal, Debit Card, Rapid Transfer, iDeal, Klarna, Sofort, Trustly, Przelewy|
|💳 Withdrawal Options||Wire Transfer, Neteller, Moneybookers, Webmoney, Skrill, Credit Card, PayPal, Debit Card, iDeal, Klarna, Sofort, Przelewy|
|🤴 Demo Account||Yes|
|🗓 Foundation Year||2007|
|🌎 Headquarters Country||Cyprus|
eToro is authorized in several jurisdictions by four Tier-1 regulators and one offshore regulator. The broker adheres to the most stringent safety requirements and guarantees its clients a very high degree of protection. I also assessed eToro to be a fairly transparent and trustworthy broker.
In our reviews, we examine the licenses and regulations of each entity operated by a broker. This allows us to compare their different levels of protection. We rank licenses by various regulatory bodies on a three-tier system, where Tier-1 licensing indicates the highest level of regulation.
This is what I discovered about eToro:
We have summarized the most essential aspects of eToro in terms of regulation and safety in the table below:
|Entity Features||eToro (UK) Ltd||eToro (Europe) Ltd||eToro AUS Capital Ltd||eToro USA Securities Inc.||eToro (Seychelles) Ltd|
|Country/Region||UK, London||Cyprus, Limassol||Australia, Sydney||USA, New York||Seychelles, Mahe|
|Negative Balance Protection||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Compensation Scheme||Up to GBP 85,000||Up to EUR 20,000||No||Up to USD 500,000||No|
Brokers operate multiple entities because it allows them to serve clients worldwide. However, licenses obtained by regulators in different jurisdictions do not always entail the same degree of protection. Some regulators mandate compliance with the strictest financial frameworks, whereas others are less rigid. That is why traders need to familiarize themselves with the safety mechanisms ensured by the entity they want to open an account with beforehand.
Here is what you need to be looking for in a broker in terms of safety mechanisms:
The eToro (UK) Ltd entity, which I was reviewing, is authorized by one of the most trusted financial regulators in the industry – the FCA – and complies with the most stringent safety requirements and generally provides multilayered protection. Additionally, the subsidiary operates on a ‘best execution’ basis, meaning it is required to provide the most favorable price quotes under prevailing market conditions. Consequently, I concluded that this broker’s entity can be considered safe for trading.
In our tests for the Trust category, we also cover factors relating to stability and transparency. Here, we focus on how long the broker has been in business, how big the company is, and how transparent it is in terms of readily available information.
I reviewed eToro’s client agreement and multiple legal documents and found them quite transparent. Important information is easily accessible on the website and written in an easy-to-grasp manner.
An attestation to eToro’s high regulation transparency is its risk notice found at the bottom of the main page. It cautions traders against the risks of cryptocurrency trading and copy trading. This is particularly important given that eToro offers a fairly large amount of cryptocurrency assets structured in different ways.
In summary, my research indicates that eToro can be regarded as having a high level of trust and stability due to the following factors:
eToro was one of the first brokers to introduce commission-free trading. Its floating spreads generally meet the industry average, though some are quite elevated. Its rollover fees are also higher than usual, though swap-free trading is possible via eToro’s Islamic accounts. The broker’s non-trading fees generally fall below the industry average.
I tested eToro’s spreads during the most actively traded times – the London open at 8:00 a.m. GMT and just after the U.S. open at 2:45 p.m. GMT. The test was conducted on 13 November 2023. The results are shown in the table below:
|Instrument||Live Spread AM||Live Spread PM|
|EURUSD||1.0 pips||0.9 pips|
|GBPJPY||2.7 pips||2.9 pips|
|Gold (XAUUSD)||45 pips||45 pips|
|Crude Oil||0.05 pips||0.05 pips|
|Apple||Not Applicable||0.56 points|
|Tesla||Not Applicable||0.74 points|
|Dow Jones 30||6 basis points||6 basis points|
|Germany 40||2 basis points||2 basis points|
|Bitcoin (BTCUSD)||Not Available||Not Available|
Broken down by asset class and compared to the industry average, eToro charges low-to-high spreads on FX pairs, average spreads on share CFDs, and average-to-high spreads on commodities and indices. I concluded that trading share CFDs with eToro is particularly advantageous, primarily because the broker does not impose any fixed commissions on these instruments.
A swap fee is a trader’s cost for holding an open position overnight because of changing interest rates. Swap long refers to the charge deductible or credit receivable for holding a buy position open overnight. In turn, swap short relates to the charges/credits deductible or receivable for holding a selling position open overnight.
The values listed below are for one full contract (100,000 units) of the base currency.
|Instrument||Swap Long||Swap Short|
|EURUSD||Credit of $9.82||Charge of $71.48|
|GBPJPY||Charge of $22.34||Credit of $13.91|
I recorded average-to-high swap charges with eToro.
The broker offers commission-free trading across all major markets except for crypto assets (not CFDs). eToro charges a 1% commission in addition to the spread cost for buying and selling cryptos.
There is also a conversion fee liable when trading instruments denominated in a currency different from your account’s base currency.
Most importantly, the broker does not charge a commission for copying other traders’ strategies on the eToro platform.
eToro does not charge a handling fee for deposits, though withdrawals may be liable for a service fee; third-party banking fees may also apply. The broker also charges dormant accounts an inactivity fee of $10; the fee is charged monthly after the 12th month of inactivity until activity resumes or the account balance drops to zero.
The competitiveness of eToro’s fees varies depending on the instrument traded and across asset classes. They generally meet the industry average, though the spreads on some instruments are quite elevated. Because of its $0 commissions and generally average spreads, eToro’s most competitive conditions are for trading share CFDs.
eToro’s fees are also quite competitive for copy and social trading, primarily because the broker does not charge a service commission for subscribing to other traders’ strategies.
Usually, we compare the fee competitiveness of a broker’s own trading accounts, but since eToro only provides a single CFDs Trading account type (whose underlying conditions vary depending on your membership status), I decided to compare its pricing mechanism to the industry average.
The table below illustrates the spreads and commissions I have recorded on the EUR/USD pair on eToro’s CFD Trading account and the usual values I record on classic STP and ECN accounts in other brokers. It shows how much you have to pay to trade 1 full lot (100,000 units) on the EUR/USD with a pip value of $10.
To calculate the cost of such a full-sized trade, I used this formula: Spread x pip value+commission
|Account Type*||Spread||Commission**||Net Cost|
|CFD Trading||1.0 pips||$0||$10|
|Typical STP||1.1 pips||$0||$11|
|Typical ECN||0.4 pips||$6||$10|
*The numbers in this chart are only indicative and subject to change over time
My tests indicate that eToro’s fees are only marginally better than what you can expect on your typical STP trading account and comparable to the typical ECN trading account.
eToro has developed its own feature-rich web trader platform as well as a very practical mobile app. The broker has developed an excellent ‘Delta Tool’, helping traders to better manage their portfolios. However, it does not incorporate any other retail platforms.
eToro stands out as a leading social trading broker, a fact reflected in its platform design. Primarily structured to facilitate copy trading, it does not, however, support algorithmic trading. Access to eToro’s CopyTrader feature is straightforward – simply click the ‘Discover’ button on the platform. Moreover, the platform allows you to search for strategies aligning with your criteria, such as average risk, duration, and traded assets, making it easier to find a match that suits your trading style.
What impressed me about the platform is its user-friendly design, where all features are just a few clicks away. As depicted in the image above, traders can instantly access the latest financial news, current market sentiment, and key information about the instruments they intend to trade, ensuring a streamlined and informative trading experience.
Another advantage of eToro’s platform is that it incorporates its charts from TradingView, which, in my opinion, offers the most versatile charting tools in the industry. It thus caters to the needs of experienced chart artists seeking to conduct probing technical analyses.
Then there is eToro’s intuitive ‘Delta Tool,’ designed to simplify performance tracking of one or more portfolios and accounts with eToro. I assess this feature to be very useful as it allows you to trade and invest in multiple ways.
eToro’s platform is very easy to use, and even beginners can quickly get used to it. Its watchlists of selected instruments are light and easy to scroll through; its charts are detailed and suitable for conducting probing technical analyses. Account info is easily accessible and exhaustive. Finally, the platform is also integrated with a sophisticated news screener, allowing you to stay on top of current market developments.
I consider the chart screen of a platform its most important feature. It aids technical analysis by providing an overview of price action behavior and allows traders access to a number of analytical tools and chart configuration possibilities. A good chart should afford easy scaling up and down of price action.
eToro’s platforms are powered by TradingView, which is why they are so detailed and intuitive. As shown in the above image, price action is illustrated clearly; it is remarkably easy to scroll price action up and down.
I particularly liked that you can implement multiple technical indicators and drawing tools without obscuring price action. This makes it very easy to spot potential breakouts/breakdowns from established trends, which is why I determined that the platform is quite useful for conducting comprehensive technical analyses.
I have broken down the available analytical tools and chart configurations below:
One of the biggest advantages of eToro’s platform is that you can configure your preferred leverage before executing a trade. This gives you greater flexibility to manage your risk depending on the performance of past trades, changing market volatility levels, parameters of underlying strategy, and more.
I also quite liked that the order screen provides you with ample information pertaining to the trade you wish to execute before placing an order. This includes information related to the trade’s estimated margin, percent of equity, market exposure, and rollover charges.
I have broken down the available order types on eToro’s platform below:
My experience with eToro’s platform was exceptionally positive. The platform, abundant in features, facilitates smooth order execution. As an experienced chart analyst, I found its charts particularly effective for examining price action behavior. This makes the platform suitable for implementing in-depth technical analysis. Furthermore, it supports robust risk management strategies, allowing traders to adjust leverage for each trade, thereby enhancing control over their trading risks.
eToro’s mobile app retains most of the features that are available with its web trader version. It affords traders easy access to the market and to their accounts. Order execution is simplified, which is an essential requirement for a practical app. The charts are still powered by TradingView, though it is comparatively more difficult to conduct sophisticated technical analysis on low-resolution devices such as smartphones.
While I’m usually wary of trading apps due to the challenge of displaying complex information on small screens, eToro’s app impressively stands out for its versatility. It adeptly handles copy trading and enables traders to make prompt adjustments to their open positions, a feature I consider to be its most significant advantage. This functionality makes it a strong contender even among those who prefer desktop trading.
eToro boasts a diverse portfolio of over 3,500 instruments across various markets, available for trading as Contracts for Difference (CFDs), ranging from lower-risk securities to higher-yield/risk assets. Moreover, eToro clients have the opportunity to invest in actual stocks and a wide array of cryptocurrencies, enhancing their investment choices.
Despite eToro’s wide range of available instruments, it is quite easy to look for a particular instrument on the broker’s platform. As shown below, you can explore eToro’s offering by choosing a particular market and a set of available asset types.
Contracts for difference (CFDs) are derivatives used to speculate on the price of the underlying asset without physical delivery. For example, a long position on gold would generate profit as the price rises or incur a loss as it falls, all without the need to purchase actual gold bars. One of the biggest advantages of trading CFDs is that traders can get in and out of the market almost instantaneously, thereby catching even minute changes in the price of the derivative.
I have broken down the available instruments with eToro below:
Compared to the broader industry, eToro offers an average amount of currency pairs and a high amount of commodities, share CFDs, indices, and cryptocurrencies.
|EURUSD | GBPJPY | USDZAR | USDJPY | EURCHF | AUDCAD |||Gold | Silver | Crude Oil | Natural Gas | Wheat | Corn | Cattle | Orange Juice|
|Apple | Tesla | Barclays | Microsoft | Goldman Sachs | Uber | Caterpillar||Dow Jones 30 | Germany 40 | Nasdaq 100 | France 40 | Japan 225|
|SPDR Gold | Energy Select Sector SPDR | iShares 1-3 years Year Treasury Bond ETF | iShares China Large-Cap ETF||Bitcoin | ETHBTC | Dash | XRP | Tron | Neo | Solana | Teta | ZECXLM | BCHLTC | BTCEOS|
I discovered that eToro has one of the highest assortments of commodities and crypto assets in the industry. The broker features an ample amount of lower-risk securities like ETFs, which can be used to hedge trading risk. Additionally, there is a wide choice of high-yield/risk assets like share CFDs, cryptocurrencies, and indices, which can be used to speculate on changing volatility levels. Consequently, I assessed that eToro’s instruments offering is very well-balanced and versatile.
eToro offers multilingual support via various channels, including email, live chat, and phone. However, the latter two are only available to active traders with at least $5000 in their accounts. Visitors of eToro’s website can send a request form to eToro’s customer support. There is also a dedicated FAQ section.
The broker’s ticketing form is available from its Customer Service Center. Before submitting your question, you have to choose the type of your query. You can also submit supporting images. It may take up to 2 business days to receive a reply.
When we test a broker’s customer support team, we evaluate the agent’s knowledge of their own website, how long it takes them to respond to questions, and how detailed their answers are.
I submitted a ticket to eToro, requesting additional information about the broker’s execution model and its average execution speed. As promised, I received a detailed answer within two days after submitting my ticket. The explanation was comprehensive and well-structured.
eToro accepts payments via bank wire, credit/debit cards, or e-wallets. Deposits are charge-free, while withdrawals are liable for a $5 fixed fee plus any third-party banking fees that may apply. Transactions are processed fairly quickly.
|Method||Processing Time||Currencies||Fee||Countries||Max. Single Deposit|
|Credit/Debit Cards||Instant||EUR, USD, GBP, AUD||$0||International||$40,000|
|Wire Transfer||4-7 business days||USD, EUR, GBP||$0||International||Unlimited|
|PayPal||Instant||EUR, USD, GBP, AUD||$0||International||$10,000|
|Neteller||Instant||EUR, USD, GBP||$0||International||$10,000|
|Skrill||Instant||EUR, USD, GBP||$0||International||$10,000|
|Rapid Transfer||Instant||EUR, USD, GBP||$0||Norway||$5,500|
|Trustly||Instant||EUR, GBP, SEK, DKK, NOK, PLN, CZK||$0||Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden||$40,000|
*You can find the complete list here
|Credit/Debit Cards||EUR, USD, GBP, AUD||International||$5|
|Wire Transfer||USD, EUR, GBP||International||$5|
|PayPal||EUR, USD, GBP, AUD||International||$5|
|Neteller||USD, EUR, GBP||International||$5|
|Skrill||EUR, USD, GBP||International||$5|
*You can find the complete list here
Please keep in mind that any non-USD payments are liable for a conversion fee.
eToro provides a range of trading and investing options through its singular CFD Trading account, adaptable for margin trading. The specific terms of this account can differ based on your account balance and tier within the ‘eToro Club’ program. The platform accepts multi-currency deposits, but it’s important to note that non-USD deposits incur a conversion fee. Additionally, eToro accommodates swap-free trading through its Islamic Accounts.
Your account should reflect your goals, needs, and ambitions on the market. You should take into consideration several factors, such as whether the account type has a minimum deposit requirement, its spreads and commissions, the execution method, and more.
I have broken down the features of eToro’s single CFD account type below:
|Account Type||CFD Trading|
|Spread||From 1.0 pips|
The eToro CFD Trading account is a classic retail account featuring commission-free trading and floating spreads from 1.0 pips. Its greatest advantage is that it is quite accessible with its minimum deposit requirement of only $10.
|Tier Balance Required||$5,000||$10,000||$25,000||$50,000||$250,000|
|Weekly Market Analysis Email||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|eToro Club Trading Academy||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Discount on Exchange Fees||25%||25%||50%||50%||100%|
|Interest on Balance||0%||2%||2.4%||5%||5.3%|
|No Withdrawal Fees||No||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|TradingCentral Research and Analysis||No||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
To access eToro’s live chat, weekly market analyses, and live webinars, you must deposit a minimum of $3000, qualifying you for a silver account membership. With a gold membership, you earn interest on your balance, generating passive income even without active trading. The higher-tier memberships (platinum, platinum+, and diamond) offer even more benefits, including higher interest rates, commission-free withdrawals, and exclusive access to advanced insights from TradingCentral.
eToro operates as a market maker, which means that it acts as a counterparty to its clients’ orders. The benefit of this model is its superior execution standards. Market makers support fast and precise order execution, mitigating the risk of negative slippage.
The leverage determines a trader’s overall market exposure. When trading Contracts for Difference (CFDs), positions can be opened for a fraction of their value because of the leverage. Essentially, the broker lends the trader money so that the latter can open bigger-sized positions. The leverage multiplies the profits a trader generates from winning positions but also the losses incurred from failed trades.
The account creation process with eToro is straightforward and quick. You can go at your own pace, though realistically, you will be done with everything within an hour. I have summarized the process step-by-step below:
eToro offers demo accounts that introduce traders to the broker’s services and allow them to tweak their strategies in a risk-free environment. The market is continually evolving and never static, so it is important to hone your skills in a safe environment. You can set up a demo account for yourself alongside your live CFD account.
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cayman Islands, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, French Guiana, French Polynesia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle Of Man, Israel, Italy, Jersey Island, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, Malta, Martinique, Mayotte, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Reunion Island, Romania, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Vietnam.
eToro provides excellent in-house research materials and incorporates content from third-party providers. Traders are given access to multiple video breakdowns, written articles, market sentiment tools, and more. As a whole, eToro’s research content affords a 360-degree overview of current market developments.
I have broken down eToro’s different types of research content below:
eToro publishes periodic market analyses that are mostly investment-oriented. They offer a broad overview of prevailing market trends. This type of content is free and available from eToro’s website.
ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance data. This third-party tool helps you understand the value of a company stock based on how ethical the company is e.g. how well it treats its employees, how clear its corporate structure is, and how eco-friendly it is. Companies with high corporate social responsibility (CSR) are likely to attract more socially responsible investors, which, in turn, attracts capital and helps the company grow in value.
eToro’s ESG tool thus allows traders to look for companies whose share value is likely to grow in the future, which can help them spot viable trading opportunities. Another thing I like about the tool is that it displays a risk factor for each company, helping traders and investors appreciate the underlying risk even better.
eToro’s weekly and daily market breakdowns review the latest developments in different industries. There are also analyses of upcoming market events and economic releases, underpinning their likely impact on the market. Content is supported by multiple images and graphs, making it easier to understand. Notably, there are no price charts to illustrate direct trading opportunities. You can check out one such broad review here.
eToro also published market breakdowns in video format, which are available from the broker’s YouTube channel. These are well-informed and have more direct trading implications.
The news screener is available to active accounts directly from the platform. Its advantage is that it helps traders stay on top of the latest market developments and emerging trading opportunities without having to leave the platform, thereby saving precious time in the process.
eToro’s research resources are comprehensive and varied, encompassing a broad spectrum of topics in various accessible formats. This diversity enhances usability, catering to different preferences and learning styles. I particularly appreciated video breakdowns tailored for traders, alongside content focused on broader investing themes, as they effectively address the needs of both traders and investors.
eToro’s educational content provides beginners with a solid foundation in trading basics, effectively covering essential concepts in an accessible manner. It serves as a useful introduction to the fundamentals of trading and an archive of key concepts. However, for those seeking to delve into more advanced topics and strategies, external resources will be necessary to complement this foundational knowledge.
I have broken down eToro’s educational materials by type below:
eToro has 21 trading courses available from the ‘Academy’ section of the website; each one can be read/watched in less than 10 minutes. They cover mostly general investing topics. Others cover topics such as, ‘what is Bitcoin’ or ‘what is Forex’.
I assessed these courses to be good for beginners, but they are not enough to provide first-time traders with a solid basis. I, however, like that there are quizzes at the end, helping you memorize what you have read. The texts are supported by graphs, images, and sometimes by video content.
The guides offer a basic introduction to fundamental trading and investing concepts, without delving too deep into the subject matter. Some of them are in video format, making them more easily accessible. I like that there are lots of images and supporting graphs to underscore the written text.
eToro ranks among the best-recognized brand names in the trading industry because of its extensive range of superior trading and investing services. The broker comprises one of the biggest social trading communities connecting over 20 million people worldwide, which makes it the perfect choice for those interested in copy trading.
eToro is regulated by several top-tier bodies, underscoring its trustworthiness. The broker is also in the process of getting listed on the Nasdaq, which is another indication of its reliability.
eToro operates as a market maker and offers its clients access to over 3,500 trading instruments across multiple asset classes. It strikes a fine balance between lower-risk securities and higher-yield/risk assets, thus allowing traders to better hedge their risks. The broker has also developed an excellent proprietary platform, which is ideal for copy trading and carrying out probing technical analysis.
Regarding its drawbacks, I would list its average-to-high trading costs on instruments from some asset classes and the lack of diversity of trading platforms.
|Regulations||ASIC (Australia), CySEC (Cyprus), FCA UK (United Kingdom), MiFID (undefined)|
|Number Of Employees||200+|
|Trading Desk Type||Market Maker|
|Trading Platforms||eToro Platform|
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Turkish, English, Russian, French, Dutch, Portuguese, Thai, Taiwanese, Polish, Czech, Arabic, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Finnish, Japanese, Swedish, Greek, Vietnamese, Malaysian, German, Multi-lingual, Romanian, Norwegian
|Deposit Options||Wire Transfer, Neteller, Skrill, Credit Card, PayPal, Debit Card, Rapid Transfer, iDeal, Klarna, Sofort, Trustly, Przelewy|
|Withdrawal Options||Wire Transfer, Neteller, Moneybookers, Webmoney, Skrill, Credit Card, PayPal, Debit Card, iDeal, Klarna, Sofort, Przelewy|
|Time to Withdrawal||2|
|Time to Open an Account||9|
Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Dash, Zcash, Ethereum Classic, NEO, TRON, Cardano, Stellar, EOS, IOTA
Currencies, Stocks, ETFs, Crypto, Indices, Commodities
|Guaranteed Stop Loss||No|
|Guaranteed Limit Orders||No|
|Guaranteed Fills / Liquidity||No|
|Trading From Chart||Yes|
|24 Hours Support||Yes|
|Support During Weekends||No|
|Daily Market Commentary||Yes|
|News (Top-Tier Sources)||Yes|
Having been a retail trader since 2013, Plamen has gained an in-depth understanding of the challenges that novice traders face today. His expertise is swing trading and day trading with a heavy emphasis on psychological and fundamental analysis. Plamen’s favourite trading instruments include FX majors and gold. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Economics and International Relations. Plamen's broad experience has equipped him with the expertise to recommend the best forex brokers.
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