Degiro vs Zulutrade

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. Zulutrade is a social trading platform and not a classic broker. Based in the United States and Hong Kong, the company offers its services in nearly 200 countries. Clients have the opportunity to follow over 70,000 professional traders and benefit from social trading.

Broker Degiro Zulutrade XM
Headquarters Amsterdam New York Cyprus
Spanish
MM/STP Broker
ECN Broker
Founded 2008                       2007                       2009
Regulated By CySEC
Regulated By NFA
Regulated By FCA
Regulated By ASIC
Minimum Deposit $ 1 $1 $5
Maximum Leverage 1:1 1:1000 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 Varies 0.50
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Demo Account
Micro Account
Zero Spread Account
Islamic Account
Deposit Bonus
No Deposit Bonus
Currency Pairs 0 Varies 57
CFDs 7300 Varies 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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