The Australia-based broker that is regulated by the ASIC and the FCA. They are not listed on the stock exchange. The main focus of Pepperstone is Forex and CFDs trading. It does not offer futures, options or shares trading. It is generally recommended to Forex traders with big deposits. They offer cryptocurrency trading as well. The crypto wallet is not required.

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  • Fouded

    2010

  • Min deposit

    200$

  • Min withdrawal

    1$

  • Withdrawal fee

    $20 fee for bank withdrawals, Skrill and Neteller withdrawals cost $1

  • Inactivity fee

    no

  • Min bet

    0.01 lots

  • Max. leverage

    1:500

  • Withdrawal of funds

    3-5 working days

  • Asset type

    Forex, Commodities, Indices, Shares, Bonds, Crypto

  • Regulated

    FCA, ASIC

  • Deposit with credit card

    Visa, Mastercard, Maestro

  • Depositing with electronic wallet

    Skrill, Neteller, Union Pay, BPay, POLi, PayPal

  • Withdrawal

    Credit Card, Neteller, PayPal, Wire Transfer

  • Avalaible plamform

    MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, Web-based, Android, IOS, MacOS

  • Company registration

    London Office (Pepperstone Limited) 70 Gracechurch Street London, EC3V 0HR United Kingdom

  • Availability

    Availability of Pepperstone accounts in : Australia, China, Germany ,Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Malaysia, Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom

  • Contacts

    support@pepperstone.com

    Australian offices +61390200155

    London offices +44(800)0465473

Pros

  • Competitive spreads and commissions.

    Wide range of trading platforms across all operating systems.

    AutoChartist and Smart Trader Tools packages free for users.

    High regulation and multiple language customer support

Cons

  • Educational resources section could be developed further for beginner traders