In this video we will make Capital.com Review.
Capital.com is a global CFD broker founded in 2016. It has offices located in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Australia, and Gibraltar.
The Broker is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the United Kingdom, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the National bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB), and last the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is Seychelles
Today the broker claims to have more than 345,000 active traders with more than 78.000 to be active on a monthly basis.
Capital.com review – Assets&Markets
Users who hold accounts or thinking to open an account on Capital,com broker can trade more than 5,000 instruments across 5 asset classes, but to be more precise those are :
Over 130 Forex Currency pairs, with variable spreads
22 indices such as US100, Germany40, UK100 and Australia 20
37 Commodities such as Crude oil, Gold, Silver, Copper and Palladium
More than 5000 share CFDs from around the globe, such as Apple, Tesla, NVidia and Amazon
And last but certainly not least, more than 400 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple , Dogecoin and many more tokens.
To note here that depending on your location/ country the available markets may change.
Capital.com review – Account Types
Capital.com offers the same CFD trading account type to all traders.
Those are 0% commission accounts with tight spreads as we just saw from the markets they offer. In addition there are no fees for depositing or withdrawing funds, and opening and closing trades , which is a bonus.
A professional account upgrade is available to qualifying traders, and UK-based clients have the option to opt in for a tax-free spread betting account.
Lastly, a share investing option is also available, ideal for long-term strategies without using leverage.
Capital.com review – Trading Platforms
Capital.com offers a native trading web and mobile platforms which we have gone into more detail in our walkthrough video on how to create, verify, fund and use a Capital.com Broker. In that video we explain in detail how to place orders, close orders and in general use the web trading platform.
Additionally traders can use the more traditional trading platform, Metatrader 4.
Capital.com review – Funding Options
When it comes to deposit and withdrawing funds, Capital.com offers a decent amount of well known services, such as Bank Cards, Visa Mastercard and maestro are accepted.
Something that majority of the brokers we have reviewed so far dont accept is Apple pay, however Capital.com does accent it, even if it only works on Safari browser, and that is definitely a great sign for legitimacy of service.
Paypal is also accepted and it still remains one of the major and easiest ways to deposit and withdraw funds in a broker .
Bank transfers and Instant Bank payments are accepted as well.
To note here that the options available are again location depended, according to their website Poli, PCI and Wordplay are also offered, but when I creed an account from Europe they were not available, so if you create an account and you see some of the options mentioned missing, do not panic you have not done anything wrong.
Capital.com review – Customer Support
Clients can conduct customer support, through email, chat and phone number. Their service is available 24/7.
So let’s have a look at the pros and cons of capital.com Broker.
Starting with the pros:
It is a well Regulated Broker
Been around for 6 years only but with solid track record
Offers more than 5000 instruments to trade across 5 asset classes
Native Trading Platform and MT4 offered
No commissions and mostly no fees account
Solid range of funding options with apple pay and paypal to be offered
And last a 24/7 customer support service
On the cons now:
US Clients are not allowed
Only one type of account is offered
Islamic Accounts are not available
Low Max leverage , that of 30:1
And last MT5 is not supported
Overall Capital.com despite the fact that is been around only for 6 years it is a regulated broker which offers a tremendous amount of instruments and a solid platforms to trade on. To open an account you can click the link below the video or watch our dedicated video “how to register, verify and use a capital.com Broker account”.
Thank you for watching our Capital.com review, we really hope that helped you decide if this is the right broker for you.
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