TRADE.COM presents itself as a Cyprus-based broker that provides its customers with supreme trading platforms and many classes of trading assets. It also claims that it offers pretty competitive low spreads and a choice of four account types.
TRADE.COM advertises that it offers a wide-variety of trading instruments, including CEDs, bonds, commodities, forex, cryptocurrencies, indices, stocks and ETFs.
There are four live trading accounts offered by TRADE.COM, which includes Mini, Plus, Pro and ECN Pro. The minimum initial deposit to open a Mini account is $100, while the other three accounts require much higher initial capital, $5,000, $50,000, and $100,000 respectively.
Spreads & Commissions
Spreads are significantly affected by what type of accounts you are holding. For example, the spreads of EUR/USD in the Mini account start from 1.4 pips, the Plus account from 1 pips, the Pro account from 0.8 pips, and the ECN Pro account from 0.15 pips. However, we don‘t find anything about commissions on TRADE.COM’s website.
Trading Platform Available
Apart from well-known trading platforms like MetaTrader4 and MetaTrader5, TRADE.COM also gives trades a choice of the latest generation of WebTrader, which supports mobile compatible with in-built tools and over 2,100 assets. MT4 is one of the most advanced and popular trading platforms to date. By contrast, MT5 is faster and more efficient than the MT4, yet it has the same layout that traders have become familiar with. Therefore, it is suitable not only for beginners, but also for advanced and even institutional traders.
Deposit & Withdrawal
From TRADE.COMs website, we can see many logos of popular payment methods, which include Mastercard, Visa, Visa Electron, Skrill, Neteller and Bank Transfer.
TRADE.COMs customer support can be reached through telephone: +442031500204, email: email@example.com or live chat. Besides, you can also follow this broker on some social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Company address: 148 Strovolos Avenue, 1st floor, CY 2048, Nicosia, Cyprus.