Since its creation in 2006, AvaTrade has become a large online trading platform with approximately 200,000 registered clients completing up to 2 million trades per month totalling approximately $60 billion of trading volume.
From its base in Dublin, Ireland, AvaTrade offers a range of financial trading instruments such as indices, commodities, shares, forex, digital currency, bonds and exchange traded funds, while it also has sales centres in Tokyo, Sydney, Milan and Paris.
AvaTrade aims to offer around-the-clock multilingual support, with a number of trading platforms available, such as MetaTrader 4 and AvaTradeGo, as well as a variety of automated trading platforms including Zulu Trade among others. Its trading platform is also available for PC, mobile and tablet.
Licensed as a regulated broker in the EU, Japan, Australia, South Africa and the British Virgin Islands, AvaTrade is subject to stringent compliance requirements regarding how they handle client funds, security, and financial reporting.
To open a live account, you’ll need a minimum deposit of at least $250. Alternatively, AvaTrade offers a demo account that you can use to practice and familiarise yourself with their platform.
Regulated by ASIC (AFSL #406684), and Financial Services Provider #45984 in South Africa. AvaTrade puts all client funds in a segregated bank account and uses tier-1 banks for this. AvaTrade has been established since 2006, and have a head office in The British Virgin Islands.
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Used by 200,000+ traders
Established in 2006
Regulated by Central Bank of Ireland, ASIC, FSA, FSB and BVI