Tickmill vs XM

Tickmill UK Limited is based in London and is regulated by the FCA. The broker has an international clientele and offers its services in several languages. Customers of the broker can trade either via Tickmill's web trader or via the popular MetaTrader 4. There are 62 forex pairs available as well as CFDs, Silver and Gold. XM (formerly XEMarkets) is a Cyprus-based forex and CFD broker founded in 2009 and regulated by the Cypriot financial supervisory authority CySEC. XM is also regulated by the British Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and is registered there as a financial services provider.

Broker Tickmill AVATrade XM
Headquarters Seychelles Dublin Cyprus
Spanish
MM/STP Broker
ECN Broker
Founded 2014                       2006                       2009
Regulated By CySEC
Regulated By NFA
Regulated By FCA
Regulated By ASIC
Minimum Deposit $ 25 $250 $5
Maximum Leverage 1:500 1:400 1:500
Minimum Trade 0.01 Lots 0.01 Lots 0.01 Lots
Commission
Deposit Fee
Withdrawal Fee
Fixed Spreads
Variable Spreads
EUR/USD Spread (Variable) 1.60 1.90 0.50
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Demo Account
Micro Account
Zero Spread Account
Islamic Account
Deposit Bonus 50%
No Deposit Bonus $ 30
Currency Pairs 62 60 57
CFDs 23 171 356
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