AvaTrade is among the top rated forex and CFD brokers in the world as at now. The business has two trading platforms namely the AvaTrader and the MetaTrader 4. AvaTrader is a high-tech platform that works well for both amateur and expert traders. A trader can watch the market and act according to their opinion after analysis and conduct trade from their laptop, smartphone or desktop. AvaTrader has customised indicators and analytic tools for in-depth research and testing.
On the other hand, MetaTrader 4 is a favorite platform that allows the trader to deal in forex and commodities at spreads as low as 0.8 pips and guaranteed execution. It is, therefore, both powerful and flexible in that it allows you to operate various lot sizes while enjoying free automatic trading. Both AvaTrader and MetaTrader 4 are compatible with the common OSs and is accessible in multiple languages. Users who cannot access the above software can still visit AvaTrade’s official website for web-based trade.
Forex traders can open a demo or live account. A live account’s charge can be as little as $100 for the Silver account and $100,000 for the Ava Select account where the trader enjoys 24-hour withdrawal. The four types of live accounts available are Silver, Gold, Platinum and Ava Select. A trader on AvaTrade has access to many types of orders including entry stops, limit, entry, stop loss, one cancels others, trailing stop orders and if done orders.
AvaTrade is among the first to do CFD trading on commodities, stocks and indices. They also offer a CFD rollover feature allowing automatic swapping of mature contract prices before their expiry. AvaTrade is also a pioneer of bitcoin trading. All accounts come with free online courses and access to blog news about the market.
AvaTrade has been in the market for over a decade. Financial experts, Clal Finance, Emanuel Kronitz and Negev Nosatzki, started the firm in 2006. The business has its headquarters in Dublin, Ireland. The company currently has branches worldwide. The MiFID has licensed the firm’s operations in the EU. The Central Bank of Ireland regulates AvaTrade. The ASIC controls it in Australia while in Japan it is the FSC.