Plus500 vs Degiro

Plus500 is a broker offering CFD trading on indices, currencies, commodities, stocks and, for some time now, crypto currencies. Founded in 2008 and now headquartered in Israel, Plus500UK Ltd is authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Services Authority (FRN 509909). 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.

Broker Plus500 Degiro XM
Headquarters Israel Amsterdam Cyprus
Spanish
MM/STP Broker
ECN Broker
Founded 2008                       2008                       2009
Regulated By CySEC
Regulated By NFA
Regulated By FCA
Regulated By ASIC
Minimum Deposit $ 100 $1 $5
Maximum Leverage 1:30 1:1 1:500
Minimum Trade 0.5 Unit Amount 1 Contract 0.01 Lots
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Withdrawal Fee
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Variable Spreads
EUR/USD Spread (Variable) 0.60 Not Offered 0.50
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76% of CFD accounts lose money CFD Service. 74-89% lose money CFD Service. 74-89% lose money
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Currency Pairs 60 0 57
CFDs 2045 7300 356
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