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Swiss Markets

Swiss Markets is a Cyprus registered online foreign exchange and CFD broker

Swiss Markets is a Cyprus registered online foreign exchange and CFD broker, established in 2013 to provide investors with trading assets such as foreign exchange, metals, energy, commodities and indices. Swiss Markets The Swiss market is currently regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) and holds a full license authorized by it, license number: 199/13.

Financial Instruments

Swiss Markets Swiss Markets offers CFD services on a range of underlying assets, including foreign exchange, metals, energy, commodities and indices.

Account Type

Swiss Markets Swiss Market provides two trading accounts, both of which are straight-through processing models, namely the classic STP account and the original STP account. The first minimum deposit for both accounts is $200, the base currencies of the accounts are EUR, USD and GBP, the minimum trading volume is 0.01 lots, and hedging is allowed.

Leverage

The classic STP account is flexible leverage, the minimum leverage is 1:30 and the maximum is 1:500; the original STP account also provides flexible leverage, ranging from 1:30 to 1:200. Investors can choose according to their risk tolerance.

Spread & Fees

The minimum spread for the classic STP account at Swiss Markets is 0.9 pips on EURUSD, 22 pips on Gold USD, and 55 pips on U.S. crude oil. The minimum spread of EURUSD in the original STP account is 0 pips, and the handling fee is USD 11/lot; the minimum spread of Gold USD is 18 pips, and the handling fee is USD 5/lot; the minimum spread of U.S. crude oil is 35 pips, and the handling fee is USD 5/lot. hand. All indices for both accounts have fixed spreads and the procedure is $2/lot.

Trading Platform

Swiss Markets provides investors with the market-leading and popular MT4 trading platform, as well as MT4 Mac version, MT4 iOS version, MT4 Android version and MT4 web version. The Swiss Markets foreign exchange MT4 trading platform is equipped with a large number of technical analysis and charting tools, supports EA, and supports automatic trading.

Deposits

Swiss Markets supports traders to deposit and withdraw funds from their investment accounts through various methods, such as Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, PostePay, SOFRT, eps, iDEAL, Skrill, Neteller, and wire transfer payment methods. Swiss Markets claims that there are no fees for traders' deposits and withdrawals; the account holder can only complete the deposit, which means that the account holder and the holder of the deposit method used must be the same person.

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