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    Plus500-Overview Guide of This Broker

    Abstract:Plus500 is a market-leading CFD broker founded in 2008 and headquartered in Sydney, Australia, intending to provide investors with trading conditions for equities, forex, commodities, and cryptocurrencies ETFs, options, and indices as well as innovative trading technology. The company currently holds a full license from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (license number: 417727), a full license from the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (license number: 250/14), an STP license from the UK Financial Conduct Authority (license number: 509909), an STP license from the New Zealand Financial Markets Authority (license number: 486026), and retail forex license from the Singapore Monetary Authority.

      General Information & Regulation

      Plus500 is a trademark of Plus500 Ltd. Plus500 Ltd operates through the following subsidiaries: Plus500UK Ltd authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 509909), Cryptocurrency CFDs not available to Retail Clients. Office Address: Plus500UK Ltd, 8 Angel Court, Copthall Avenue | London EC2R 7HJ; Plus500CY Ltd authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (Licence No. 250/14), Cryptocurrency CFDs not available to UK Retail Clients; Plus500AU Pty Ltd holding AFSL #417727 issued by ASIC, FSP No. 486026 issued by the FMA in New Zealand and Authorised Financial Services Provider #47546 issued by the FSCA in South Africa; Plus500SEY Ltd authorised and regulated by the Seychelles Financial Services Authority (Licence No. SD039); Plus500SG Pte Ltd (UEN 201422211Z) holds a capital markets services license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore for dealing in capital markets products (License No. CMS100648-1).Plus500 was founded in 2008, its trading platform enables investors to trade on movement in the price of shares, commodities, indices, and some other poplur financial instruments.

      Market Instruments

      Plus500 offers investors access to popular products in the global financial markets, including forex, indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies, ETFs, and more.

      Plus500 Minimum Deposit

      The minimum deposit required by Plus500 is $100, as there seems only one account available on the Plus 500 platform. The minimum deposit via bank transfer is $500.

      Plus500 Leverage

      Plus500 offers two account types, retail accounts and professional accounts. Both accounts – Retail and Pro accounts – are the same in most aspects. The main difference between them is that the retail account features lower leverage ratios compared to the Pro account. Professional clients do not have ICF rights. Professional traders can apply for the trading leverage of up to 1:300.

      Spreads & Commissions

      Plus500 does not require any hidden fees, and profits are built into spreads. The minimum spreads for Forex products start from 0.8 pips for EUR/USD, 0.15 pips for EUR/GBP, and 0.13 pips for GBP/USD.

       Inactivity Fees

      Plus500 does charge an inactivity fee. Traders who have not logged into the account for more than 3 months are subject to inactivity fee. The fee is $10 per quarter after this 3-month period has passed.

      Trading Platform

      Plus500 offers their proprietary in-house trading platform called WebTraders, available on all devices (Windows PCs, tablets, smartphones, web browsers). Plus500 does not offer the popular MetaTrader 4 (MT4) platform that would have added functionality and customization options.

      Deposit & Withdrawal

      Plus500 allows trader to fund their accounts through several payments methods, Visa, Mastercard credit & debit cards, bank transfer, and some e-wallet including Skrill and Neteller on the list of its payment options. In rare cases, users may incur commissions for transferring funds to or from the company's account. The fees are determined and charged by the user's payment issuer or bank (not by the Plus500).

      Customer Support

      Plus 500 platform has live online chat customer service and e-mail customer support and representatives are available 24/7. Besides, users reported that e-mail responses take up to an hour, though response times vary depending on the complexity of the issue.

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    • Hong Kong Dollar
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    • South Korean Won
    • Mexican Peso
    • Malaysian Ringgit
    • Norwegian Krone
    • New Zealand Dollar
    • Polish Zloty
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    • Swedish Krona
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