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Comparison Pepperstone vs Plus500
The InvestorGreg.net broker comparisons assess over a dozen different brokers, finding the best online trading brokers. This comparison page compares Pepperstone vs Plus500. Is Pepperstone or Plus500 a better online broker?
Firstly, let’s compare commission fees provided by these brokers for regular transactions. The commission fee of Pepperstone on regular transactions of the stock exchange is from 0.4 pips, and Plus500 has a commission fee of from 0.45%. For trading in Forex, the commission fee of Pepperstone is from 0.0 pips + $3.50 commission, while the commission fee of Plus500 is from 0.6 pips. We can also analyze commission fees for trading CFD: they are from 0.3 pips in Pepperstone vs from 0.065% in Plus500. And for summarizing a complete picture, we should see trading in the metal market, where these brikers provide the following commissions: from 0.5 pips and from 0.03% for Pepperstone and Plus500, respectively. The full online broker reviews contains more detailed information on the brokers’ commission fees.
Investors should always know about types of online trading supported by broker and about tools provided by them in trading. It is very important information as well. Let’s compare them. are Pepperstone provides customers with Stocks Trading, Forex Trading, Crypto Trading, and Plus500 provides customers with Stocks Trading, Options Trading, ETFs Trading, Forex Trading, Futures Trading, Crypto Trading. As for platforms, Pepperstone offers Desktop Platform (Windows), Desktop Platform (MacOS), Web Platform, MT4, MT5, Android App, iOS App, while Plus500 offers Web Platform, Android App, iOS App.
In conclusion, when comparing the two online brokers, we should pay our attention to the year and country of foundation, the regulatory authorities and ways to withdraw funds. Pepperstone was established in 2010 in Australia, and it is regulated by ASIC, FCA. And Plus500 was established in 2008 in Israel, and it is regulated by FCA, CySEC, FSCA, FMA, MAS, ISA, ASIC. Withdrawal of funds from Pepperstone can be done using Bank Wire, Visa/Mastercard with a withdrawal fee of free. And Plus500 provides the ability to withdraw funds using Bank Wire, Visa/Mastercard with a withdrawal fee of £0. The time for withdrawal in Pepperstone is 3 - 5 business days, and that one in Plus500 is 1-2 working days.
As a result, the rating of Pepperstone is 4.6 stars versus that of Plus500 of 4 stars.