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ActivTrades vs TradeStation

ActivTrades was founded in Switzerland in 2001 and is one of the leading brokers for trading currencies and CFDs on indices, stocks, commodities and crypto currencies using the MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 platforms as well as its own ActivTrader. In 2005, ActivTrades moved its headquarters to the financial metropolis of London, where it has since been supervised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. TradeStation Securities, or TradeStation for short, is an experienced online broker and provider of the multiple award-winning trading platform of the same name. The broker was already founded in 1982, at that time under the company name Omega Research Inc. The broker has its headquarters in Florida, USA. Traders can trade almost all common financial products via TradeStation, such as bonds, stocks, ETFs, options, futures, forex and CFDs.

Broker ActivTrades TradeStation XM
  • Headquarters
London Florida Cyprus
  • Spanish
  • MM/STP Broker
  • ECN Broker
  • Founded
2001 1982 2009
  • Regulated By CySEC
  • Regulated By NFA
  • Regulated By FCA
  • Regulated By ASIC
  • Minimum Deposit
$ 100 $500 $5
  • Maximum Leverage
1:400 1:4 1:500
  • Minimum Trade
0.01 Lots 1 Contract 0.01 Lots
  • Commission
  • Deposit Fee
  • Withdrawal Fee
  • Fixed Spreads
  • Variable Spreads
  • EUR/USD Spread (Variable)
0.90 Not Offered 0.50
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  • Demo Account
  • Micro Account
  • Zero Spread Account
  • Islamic Account
  • Deposit Bonus
  • No Deposit Bonus
  • Currency Pairs
47 0 57
  • CFDs
541 4357 356
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Stocks
  • Indices
  • Energies
  • Metals
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  • MetaTrader 4
  • MetaTrader 5
  • Mobile App
  • iOS
  • Android
  • Web Platform
  • cTrader
  • NinjaTrader
  • Mirror Trader
  • ZuluTrade
  • Social Trading
  • Signals
  • Scalping
  • Hedging
  • VPS
  • Expert Advisor
  • PayPal
  • Neteller
  • Skrill
  • Payoneer
  • Credit Card
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