AvaTrade is a well-established broker since 2006. AvaTrade has headquarters in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Poland and South Africa. They are generally well-suited for AvaTrade to provide their Forex/CFD trading services to global clients.
This broker has also been regulated by ASIC 406668, Central Bank of Ireland C53877, Financial Futures Association (Japan) 1574, Financial Services Regulatory Authority (Abu Dhabi) 190018, FSA (Japan) 1662, FSC (BVI) 2013-07-30, FSCA (South Africa) 45984 and IS. Simple yet detailed information upon this broker can be seen below.
This broker offers Standard MT4 and AvaTrader. To successfully navigate your trading account, you also need to consider about leverage and minimum deposit. Talking about leverage in general, the maximum leverage offered by AvaTrade is up to 1:400. Meanwhile, you can open an account with a starting capital of $100
If you want to look for further information about this broker's offered account(s), please take a look at the list below.
Variable and Fixed
Besides lots of currency pair, AvaTrade also offers some instruments you would like to trade on, such as Forex, Gold & silver, Oil, Stocks, Futures, Indexes, Agriculture, Metals, Energies, Bonds, Spread betting and Cryptocurrencies for your best choice. Somehow, remember that different instrument has different trading conditions. In this case, you have to make sure that your strategy is well suited for the instrument you chose.
Gold & silver
Besides lots of currency pair, AvaTrade also offers some instruments you would like to trade on, such as Forex and CFD for your best choice. Somehow, remember that different instrument has different trading conditions. In this case, you have to make sure that your strategy is well suited for the instrument you chose.
FasaPay : Known as an e-payment for retail forex traders, FasaPay does not require a huge amount of fee, giving it a competitive edge among any other e-payments in the forex brokerage industry. Instant process is also featured as one of its advantages.
Neteller : Like PayPal, Neteller is one of the most popular online payment services today. Due to this popularity, nearly all forex brokers accept Neteller as a payment method for their clients' fund deposit and withdrawal. Although the Neteller system is available almost all over the world, it remains particularly popular in Europe.
Skrill : Mostly, all forex brokers provide Skrill as an online payment service option. Fast, easy, and safe transactions are the main reasons why traders using this method. Traders can use Skrill to fund their trading accounts with either payment cards, bank wire transfers, or directly from a Skrill e-wallet account.
WebMoney : WebMoney is one of the major online wallet services which many people use to send money around the world. For this reason, there is a large number of forex brokers that accept WebMoney today. Like other online payment services today, WebMoney is supported by mobile applications to make transactions more efficient.
Wire transfer : Wire Transfer is the most commonly used payment method. Nearly all brokers in the world provide this method on their service. The reason is wire transfer is basically traditional transfer between banks in the worldwide. So, this method is guaranteed for its safety. This really helps traders who avoid third-party payments or don't have credit cards.
AvaTrade also provides payment with Boleto Bancário, Credit/debit cards and UnionPay
Trading platform is a tool where you can buy or trade an instrument with only some clicks on your device, anytime and anywhere you want. In addition, price chart is also usually provided with some analytical tools to help you analyze the price movement, so you can increase your profitabiliy by placing well-planned trades.
Hereby, AvaTrade offers you MetaTrader 4 (Limited with 21 days), MetaTrader 5 (Limited with 21 days of inactivity), AvaOption (Limited with 21 days of inactivity) and AvaTradeGO (Limited with 21 days of inactivity).
Do you have any question or find any trouble related to AvaTrade? If you do, you should reach AvaTrade's support to get the information that you need. Here is the detail of the broker's customer support: