General Information & Regulation
AGEA is an online trading provider based in Montenegro, founded in 2005, offering investors a diverse range of investment tools through the leading MT4 trading platform. AGEA is currently not subject to any effective regulation.
Tradable financial assets available for trading on the AGEA platform include Forex currency pairs, stocks, indices, commodities, bonds, funds, and CFDs.
AGEA's Streamster and MT4 trading platforms have several different trading accounts, respectively. The Streamster account has a minimum deposit of $1. The MT4 platform contains three different accounts, the Cent account (minimum deposit of $6), the Standard account (minimum deposit of $100), and the Fixed Spreads account. Additionally, demo and Islamic accounts also offered.
The maximum trading leverage offered by AGEA is up to 1:100, when it comes to trading leverage. Professional traders may hold that this leverage level is a little conservative. Inexperienced traders, however, are not advised to use such high trading leverage since leverage can amplify both profits as well as losses.
Spreads & Commissions
When it comes to spreads & Commissions, or trading fees, AGEA is quite vague about this. The spread on EURUSD pair is arouns 1.2 pips, which is slightly high for a market maker.
AGEA offers traders the flexibility to choose between two trading platforms, Streamster, the most popular trading platform on the market today, and MT4, a powerful and easy-to-use trading platform with its own algorithmic trading API and unique features, including an international multi-channel chat where traders can freely talk about markets or any other topic, and real-time service support to customers.
Deposit & Withdrawal
AGEA supports traders to deposit and withdraw funds to and from their investment accounts via various methods such as wire transfer, credit and debit cards, as well as popular e-wallets such as Neteller, Skrill, FasaPay, Perfect Money, Webmoney, QIWI, etc.
AGEA Pros & Cons
AGEA advantages Inlcude:
1. Wide range of trading asset
2. Two trading platforms available
3. Multiple deposit and withdrawal options
4. Low minimum deposit requirements
AGEA disadvantages Include:
1. No regulation
2. No key information on spreads, fees, swaps, etc
3. Not accepting US clients
4. Limited educational resources
5. Not providing real-time customer service