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    Matsui Securities was established in 1918 and is a reputable securities company in Japan with 142 employees on staff. Matsui Securities currently holds a retail foreign exchange license from the Financial Services Agency of Japan (license number: 2010001057425).

    Abstract:Matsui Securities was established in 1918 and is a reputable securities company in Japan with 142 employees on staff. Matsui Securities currently holds a retail foreign exchange license from the Financial Services Agency of Japan (license number: 2010001057425).

      General Information & Regulation of Matsui Securities

      Matsui Securities was established in 1918 and is a reputable securities company in Japan with 142 employees on staff. Matsui Securities currently holds a retail foreign exchange license from the Financial Services Agency of Japan (license number: 2010001057425).

      Market Instruments of Matsui Securities

      Matsui Matsui Securities offers investors financial products such as stock(spot trading), stock(margin trading), investment trusts, initial public offerings, stock lending services, PTS, bid sales, futures or options trading, foreign exchange, ETFs, real estate investment trusts, etc.

      Minimum Deposit of Matsui Securities

      There seems no minimum deposit related information displayed on Matsui Securities website. Moreover, Investors can open specific accounts, NISA accounts, margin trading accounts, futures & options trading accounts, and FX accounts at the same time when applying to open a Matsui Matsui Securities account.

      Leverage of Matsui Securities

      Still, trading leverage part is not fully disclosed on the Matsui Securities website. Investors may contact this stockbroker's support staff to obtain information.

      Fees of Matsui Securities

      For physical trading, the commission is determined by the total daily contract price of the exchange and PTS trading. If the total daily contract price is within a certain range, the fee is fixed regardless of the number of the trading volume. For example, if the total daily contract price is under 50 yen, 0 Yen, the total contract price under 1 million Yen with a fee of 1,000 Yen, the total contract price under 2 million Yen, with a fee of 2,000 yen, the total contract price over 100 million yen with a fee of 100,000 Yen.

      Trading Platform of Matsui Securities

      Netstock High Speed is a trading tool with a high-performance ordering function that allows traders to select their favorite commodities from various types of information screens and establish the best trading environment for the investor's investment style. Stock Board is a tool that lists real-time stock price information for registered stocks, and traders can display the format according to their investment style. Matsui Matsui Securities Co. Stock App is a smartphone trading application that supports stock trading and allows investors to do everything from information gathering to trading. Stock Touch is a trading application developed for the smart collection that supports stock and futures/options trading and can greatly improve the convenience of trading. Investment Trust app is an app for smartphones with all the features of the Investment Trust service.

      Deposit and withdrawal of Matsui Securities

      Matsui Matsui Securities provides investors with four deposit & withdrawal options: Netlink Deposit, Deposit Transfer, Time Deposit, and Bank Transfer Deposit. Investors can make deposits in real-time by simply operating their computers. All of the above deposit methods are free of charge.

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