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    SBI SECURITIES Spreads, leverage, minimum deposit Revealed

    Abstract:SBI Securities was founded in 1988, changed its name to E-Trade Securities Co. in 1999, and launched its Internet service in July of the same year. In 2000, SBI Securities was granted full membership of the Osaka Securities Exchange, and in 2001, its assets increased to 11,501 million yen. In 2003, SBI Securities was granted the integrated trading status of the Nagoya Stock Exchange and became a specific general member of the Tomioka Stock Exchange. In 2006, SBI Securities, as a professional online securities company, exceeded the total number of securities accounts of one million for the first time and changed its name from E-Trade Securities Ltd. to SBI E-Trad Ltd. in July. 2007, SBI E-Trad Ltd. and SBI In 2014, the platform's net securities first consolidated securities account traded over 3 million accounts. In 2010, Net Securities' first consolidated securities account traded more than 5 million accounts. SBI Securities currently hold a retail foreign exchange license (license num

      General Information & Regulation of SBI Securities

      SBI Securities was founded in 1988, changed its name to E-Trade Securities Co. in 1999, and launched its Internet service in July of the same year. In 2000, SBI Securities was granted full membership of the Osaka Securities Exchange, and in 2001, its assets increased to 11,501 million yen. In 2003, SBI Securities was granted the integrated trading status of the Nagoya Stock Exchange and became a specific general member of the Tomioka Stock Exchange. In 2006, SBI Securities, as a professional online securities company, exceeded the total number of securities accounts of one million for the first time and changed its name from E-Trade Securities Ltd. to SBI E-Trad Ltd. in July. 2007, SBI E-Trad Ltd. and SBI In 2014, the platform's net securities first consolidated securities account traded over 3 million accounts. In 2010, Net Securities' first consolidated securities account traded more than 5 million accounts. SBI Securities currently hold a retail foreign exchange license (license number: 3010401049814) issued by the Financial Services Agency of Japan.

      Market Instruments of SBI Securities

      SBI Securities provides investors with financial products such as domestic stocks, foreign stocks, investment trusts, bonds, foreign exchange, futures/options, CFDs, gold, silver, warrants, insurance, etc.

      Minimum Deposit of SBI Securities

      The minimum deposit part remains not fully disclosed on SBI Securities website.

      Leverage of SBI Securities

      The trading leverage available for forex trading on SBI Securities platform range from 1:1 to 1:25, which is in line with Japanese laws.

      Fees of SBI Securities

      SBI Securities has set specific fees for different financial products and displays a clear list of fees. For example, the brokerage fee for Nikkei 225 CFDs is 156 yen per contract. For gold and silver, the brokerage fee is 2.2% of the contract price at the time of purchase, and for warrants, the transaction fee is 0 yen.

      Trading Platforms Available of SBI Securities

      HYPER SBI provides various investment information functions essential for trading, including an easy-to-use ordering function for beginners. In addition to investment information, there are many functions supporting trading, such as an alert function that informs stock prices and market conditions.

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