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Degiro vs Swissquote

Degiro was initially a brokerage house for institutional clients. Its head office has been in the Netherlands since its foundation. The company was founded in 2008 and opened its doors to private clients in 2013. With Degiro you can trade stocks, futures, options, bonds, CFDs and ETFs. The online broker Swissquote is part of the Swissquote Group and based in Switzerland. The broker is subject to the control of the Swiss Federal Financial Supervisory Authority FINMA and describes itself as the "most important online bank in Switzerland". In addition to the brokerage offer, customers can also benefit from eBanking with this broker. For trading, Swissquote offers you a selection of forex instruments as well as stock trading and CFD trading.

Broker Degiro Swissquote XM
  • Headquarters
Amsterdam Switzerland Cyprus
  • Spanish
  • MM/STP Broker
  • ECN Broker
  • Founded
2008 1999 2009
  • Regulated By CySEC
  • Regulated By NFA
  • Regulated By FCA
  • Regulated By ASIC
  • Minimum Deposit
$ 1 $1000 $5
  • Maximum Leverage
1:1 1:400 1:500
  • Minimum Trade
1 Contract 0.01 Lots 0.01 Lots
  • Commission
  • Deposit Fee
  • Withdrawal Fee
  • Fixed Spreads
  • Variable Spreads
  • EUR/USD Spread (Variable)
Not Offered 1.70 0.50
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  • Demo Account
  • Micro Account
  • Zero Spread Account
  • Islamic Account
  • Deposit Bonus
  • No Deposit Bonus
  • Currency Pairs
0 156 57
  • CFDs
7300 64 356
  • 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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