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Basic Information & Regulators of Admiral Markets
Admiral Market is a leading online trading service provider, established in 2001, providing investment services for forex and indices, precious metals, energies, stocks, bonds, and digital currency CFD trading. Currently, it has licenses issued by seven major regulatory agencies in the world, namely the British Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) MM market business license, the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) Market Maker license, and the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) STP license, Bulgarian Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) EEA license, Italian Financial Market Supervisory Authority (CONSOB) EEA license, Estonian Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) Forex license, Spanish National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) EEA license.
Market Instruments of Admiral Markets
Admiral Market provides popular trading products on the global financial market, including Forex, Indices, Stocks, Commodities, Bonds, ETFs, etc. The forex market provides more than 40 pairs of currency CFDs, including forex direct trading, forex cross trading, and other rare currency pairs. Commodities can trade CFDs on hundreds of barrels of oil and dozens of pounds of gold. Featured bond products include 10-year US Treasury bond futures CFD and German bond futures CFD.
Leverage & Account of Admiral Markets
The leverage of commodity and index CFDs is as high as 1:500, the leverage of stocks and ETF CFDs is 1:20, and the leverage of bond CFDs is 1:200. The account types are Trade.MT5, Zero MT5, Trade.MT4 (most popular) and Zero.MT4. The currencies that can be selected when opening an account are the AUD, Euro, BGP, USD, and SGD currencies.
Spread & Commission Charges
Trade MT5 account spreads start at 0.5, handling fees for single stocks and ETF CFDs-starting at $0.01 per share, no commission; Zero MT5 account spreads starting at 0, forex and precious metals-$1.8 to $3.0 per 1.0 lot, cash index-0.05 per 1.0 lot To $3.0, energy-$1 per 1.0 lot. Trade.MT4 spreads from 0.5, single stocks and ETF CFDs-from 0.01 USD per share, no commission; Zero.MT4 spreads from 0, forex and precious metals-1.8 to 3.0 USD per 1.0 lot, cash index-0.05 to 3.0 per 1.0 lot USD, energy-1 USD per 1.0 lot.
Trading Platform Applied
The Trading platforms it employ are MT4&MT5, among the most powerful and most personalized platforms in forex trading.
Deposit & Withdrawal of Admiral Markets
The deposit method supports wire transfer, currencies accepted are AUD/GBP/EUR/CHF/RUB/USD, no charge fees, no maximum and minimum amount restrictions, processed within 1-3 working days. Visa and MasterCard, currencies accepted are AUD/GBP/EUR/CHF/USD, no charge fees, the minimum amount is 75 AUD/50 USD/50 Euro/50 GBP/50 CHF, and the maximum amount is 7500 AUD/5000 USD / 5000 euros / 5000 pounds / 5000 CHF, instant arrival. UnionPay accepts RMB and has no handling fee. The minimum is CNY 100 and the maximum is RMB 2000000 CNY. The processing time is up to one working day. Skrill, currencies accepted are AUD/USD/EUR/SGD, no handling fee, the minimum amount is 75 AUD/50 USD/50 EUR/80 SGD, and the maximum amount is 15000 AUD/10,000 USD/10,000 EUR/16000 SGD, instant arrival. The withdrawal method is bank transfer, currencies accepted are AUD/GBP/EUR/CHF/RUB/USD, with two free withdrawals per month, and the processing time is 1-3 working days. UnionPay cards accept RMB, with two free withdrawals per month, the minimum amount is 200 yuan, the maximum amount is 200,000 yuan, and the processing time is 1-3 working days. Skrill, currencies accepted are AUD/USD/EUR/SGD, with two free withdrawals per month, the minimum amount is 1 AUD/USD/EUR/SGD, and the maximum amount is 15000 AUDdollars / 10000 USD / 10000 Euros / 16000 SGD, instant payment. Neteller,
the accepted currencies are AUD/USD/EUR/GBP/JPY/SGD/BRL/MXN,
Free withdrawals are made 2 times a month, and it will be received instantly.
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