The broker states on the website that the companies that operate under the Admiral Markets brand are leading providers of online trading. They offer various investment services such as Forex, metals, energy, stocks, bonds and digital currencies. The broker also states that it is committed to providing access to highly functional software and the highest quality of service.
Licenses and certificates held
The broker has posted the following types of regulations and licenses on its website:
- UK Financial Conduct Authority
- Estonian Financial Supervision
- CySEC in Cyprus
- Australian Financial Services License
- MiFID II in Europe
Admiral Markets – fees and commissions
According to the information on the broker's website, the commission is charged for 1 lot of the value of the transaction on the Zero.MT4 and Zero.MT5 accounts. Commission refers to one transaction. The total amount of the commission, i.e. for opening and closing the order, is twice this value. It is retrieved when the order is opened.
The broker informed that the minimum deposit on the Zero.MT4 account is 200 EUR, and on Invest.MT5 1 EUR.
Admiral Markets – demo account
The broker has posted on the website that if you start trading and would like to learn how the Forex market works or test your strategy, a good solution will be to set up a demo account. The demo account is provided free of charge and allows you to explore the markets in a risk-free manner.
Reviews about Admiral Markets on forums and online blogs
Some of the Internet users write comments that do not very flatteringly refer to the commissions charged by the broker. Supporters value access to training materials that allow them to broaden their knowledge. Our editorial board abstains from the vote, unable to take a clear position.
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Does the broker have segregated client funds?
According to the information on the website – yes, all client funds are kept separately from the broker's own assets.
Does the broker have negative balance protection?
The information on the broker's website says that yes and covers up to 50 thousand EUR.
Is there an investor's calculator on the broker's website?
Yes, and according to the broker, it allows you to determine the parameters of the transaction before they are opened.