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    Plus500: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.

    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.

      Basic Information & Regulators of Plus500

      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.

      Safety Analysis of Plus500

      The company is regulated by only one mainstream regulator, and investors should consider it from all aspects. In addition.

      Market Instruments

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

      Leverage & Account of Plus500

      Leverage is up to 1:300 for Forex, 1:30 for Cryptocurrencies, 1:100 for Indices, 1:150 for Commodities, 1:5 for Stocks and 1:100 for ETFs. Professional accounts must have a minimum net worth of AUD$2.5 million or a total annual income of at least A$250,000 for the past two fiscal years.

      Spreads & Commission Fees

      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.

      Trading Platform Applied

      Plus500 provides clients with trading platforms for iPhone/iPad, Android app, Windows 10 trading platform, and WebTrader.

      Deposit & Withdrawal

      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).


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