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    eToro


    CountryCyprus
    Minimum acount size50$
    Regulated byCySEC, CIF, FCA, MiFID
    Payment optionswire transfer, PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, WebMoney, Yandex.Money
    Websitehttp://www.etoro.com

    Description / Features

    Description / Features

    eToro is a European company giving its clients access to a social online platform for investing and trading on Forex. The key advantage of social trading on Forex is the chance to keep track of transaction history of other traders, copy successful deals and apply strategies in your own trading. Traders receiving investments can share useful information with their investors and make money by managing assets of other users. eToro is registered in Cyprus, but has a network of offices throughout Europe and some other regions. As of 2016, over 4 million clients from all over the world trade with this brokerage company. Sberbank, the largest bank in Russia, is the official partner of eToro in the Russian Federation. The broker’s customers can invest in various trading instruments, including currencies, equities, indices, commodities, and CFDs. Trading is conducted through the WebTrader platform developed by eToro. The company’s reliability is proven by licenses given by well-known European regulators and by the fact that clients’ funds are protected by European banks.

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    Comments (7)

    Guru On 30 March 2017 At 12:20 pm
  • Good for longterm trading. You shouldn't care about pending orders execution. I've been checking it for 3 years with different conditions of market. They work as clocks, Very accurately, without slippage.


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    boba77 On 14 February 2017 At 05:12 pm
  • I'm failed with copytrader... I enjoy them in December and deposit $300. Now I have only $170 and 3 traders who make deals. Managers say I failed because not correctly chosen strategy of copytraders, but I don't agree. This system isn't ideal.


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    Fill boy On 09 December 2016 At 02:31 pm
  • I had a margin call last week. Last time I've been trading not very often, because of this I usually set pending orders. Of course I trust them. But this time it hadn't executed and I've got a big lost and margin call, Support agreed that it was not my, but their fault but when they started to correct my balance, it's occured that my losses was very big and they can not recover all of it. I don't understand how it happened, but what can I do? Only close account or deposit it again.


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