Forex Brokers

CAPEX

CAPEX was established in 2006, and its name was changed to CAPEX.com in 2019.

CAPEX was established in 2006, and its name was changed to CAPEX.com in 2019. It is currently regulated by CySEC in Cyprus and holds the full license issued by it, license number: 292/16, and it holds The South African FSCA license is suspected to be a deck.

Financial Instruments

The financial trading assets provided by Capex mainly include foreign exchange currency pairs, indices, bonds, exchange-traded funds, commodities, mixed products (Blends) and cryptocurrencies.

Account & Leverage

There are three types of trading accounts on the Capex platform, namely the basic account (Essential), the original account (Original) and the signature account (Signature). The minimum account opening amount set by Capex is much higher than that set by most brokers, which is $1,000 for a basic account, $5,000 for an original account, and $25,000 for a signed account. All three types of accounts offer free demo accounts.

Spread & Fees

The foreign exchange currency pair on the Capex platform has a fixed spread, AUDUSD is 3 USD, EURUSD is 1.8 USD, GBP USD is 1.8 USD, NZD USD is 4 USD, silver is 0.027 USD, and the Bitcoin futures spread is 50 USD, the Bitcoin spot spread is 11.75 USD, Bitcoin Cash is 3.5 USD, and the German 10-year bond spread is as low as 0.06 euros. For more spread information, see Capex official website.

Trading Platform

Capex is known as the trading platform provided by traders as Capex WebTrader and MT5. Capex WebTrader is available on desktop (Windows, Mac) and mobile (Android, iOS) and provides intuitive web-based access to a wide range of tradable tools, charting tools, analytical tools and many other features. Available on both desktop and mobile devices, MetaTrader 5 allows investors to access charts and unlock sophisticated trading strategies using built-in tools, advanced charting and analysis options.

Deposits

According to Capex's official website, it seems that it only supports wire transfer deposits and withdrawals. Compared with most traders who can provide a variety of popular payment methods, Capex's payment methods are extremely limited.

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