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    PBFX:Pribizco is a provider of online trading services focused on financial derivatives, focusing on equity indices, funds, insurance, commodities, CFDs, and FX margin trading. At the end of 2017, Pribizco had offices and agents in 6 major countries, including New Zealand, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Singapore. Pribizco currently holds an investment advisory license from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (license number: 269820).

    Abstract:Pribizco is a provider of online trading services focused on financial derivatives, focusing on equity indices, funds, insurance, commodities, CFDs, and FX margin trading. At the end of 2017, Pribizco had offices and agents in 6 major countries, including New Zealand, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Singapore. Pribizco currently holds an investment advisory license from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (license number: 269820).

      Basic Information & Regulation of Pribizco

      Pribizco is a provider of online trading services focused on financial derivatives, focusing on equity indices, funds, insurance, commodities, CFDs, and FX margin trading. At the end of 2017, Pribizco had offices and agents in 6 major countries, including New Zealand, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Singapore. Pribizco currently holds an investment advisory license from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (license number: 269820).

      Safety Analysis of Pribizco

      Although Pribizco holds an investment advisory license authorized by ASIC in Australia, this license does not regulate the trading activities of foreign exchange and CFD products, and ASIC is not a regulated platform for Pribizco. Therefore, investors should be cautious about trading with this Pribizco forex broker.

      Market Instruments of Pribizco

      Pribizco offers investors a wide variety of financial trading assets, mainly popular currency pairs in the forex market, stocks, commodities, crude oil, natural gas, and cryptocurrencies.

      Accounts & Leverage of Pribizco

      Pribizco offers investors two different types of trading accounts, namely Standard and ECN accounts. The minimum deposit for a standard account is only $50, while the minimum deposit for an ECN account is up to $10,000. Both accounts have maximum trading leverage of 1:400.

      Spreads & Commissions of Pribizco

      Pribizco standard accounts have a spread of 1.7 pips on EURUSD and no commissions, while ECN accounts have spreads starting from 0 pips and commissions of 6 USD per lot (one side).

      Trading Platform Available of Pribizco

      Pribizco offers traders the market-leading and highly regarded MT4 trading platform, which is preferred by many traders because it offers powerful charting capabilities, a custom tool (MQL) necessary for developing so-called "markets," and an automated trading system (Expert Advisors). In addition, the platform is compatible with multiple versions - a desktop download, a web-based version, and a mobile application for iOS and Android.

      Deposit and withdrawal

      As far as it is known, Pribizco supports traders to deposit and withdraw funds from their investment accounts via USDT, mobile banking, and online banking.

      Pros & Cons of Pribizco

      The main advantages of Pribizco are:

      1. Regulated brokerage

      2. Richness of tradable assets

      3. Two types of accounts to choose from

      4. MT4 trading platform

      The main disadvantages of Pribizco are:

      1. ASIC investment advisory license

      2. High spreads


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