Swiss markets (BDSwiss Holding PLC)

Swiss Markets is indeed a relatively new online broker, but it has already become an attraction for the high volume traders seeking the best dealing spreads and rapid performance speed.

Features of Trading

The list of available assets provided by the Swiss Markets broker include

  • 18 major, 19 minor and 40 exotic forex currency pairs.
  • Precious metals (gold, platinum, palladium, silver, and copper);
  • S. oil, natural gas, etc.;
  • Various soft commodities.

Swiss Markets permits its traders to deal in amounts beginning from 0.01 of a lot all the way up to 50 lots per trade. The clients can also enjoy a credit leveraging up to 500 to 1 with the Classic account, or as much as 200 to 1 in the other real account variations.

Swiss Markets operates from the popular MetaTrader4 platform available as a free download. Both desktop and web-based modifications of MT4 are at the customers’ service as well as a mobile trading platform for Android and iOS.

Swiss Markets give access to a demo trading mode for its potential clients and novices seeking practice or those curious ones who has merely dropped by to test out something new.

The Swiss Markets broker offers 4 types of a real STP account. This refers to Classic STP account with its minimum $200 deposit, a RAW STP SWISS 11 account, a RAW STP SWISS 8 account and a RAW STP SWISS 5 account. It is worth mentioning that each of those differ by the amount of the required initial deposit and fees charged per trade.

Swiss Markets gives its traders the opportunity to try mobile trading via MT4 compatible with both iOS and Android mobile devices.

Funds and Withdrawals

Deposits are allowed at no fee and through various options: Visa, MasterCard or Maestro; postepay, Neteller, Przelewy24, Skrill, SOFORT. etc.; as well as by Swift Bank Wire Transfer. Usually deposits are transferred immediately to the corresponding account.  The Client Portal is to be used afterwards for making new deposits.

To perform withdrawals you need a sufficient fold of documents to be verified. No fee is required.

It is a sufficient drawback for many clients though that the Swiss Markets broker charges a considerable commission on each trade. Furthermore, as absolutely no business training material or even a live chat instrument is currently available on the Swiss Markets website, this particular broker will not be a comfortable option for novice traders who require various training options or at least some live chat support from their first trading partner.

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15/12/2020 Reply

These people really go for something that evident for the money they get. Right the next day I created an account my mailbox was loaded with spam messages from various resources I never even heard of. So, how do you feel there, counting the money grabbed from selling my personal info?

Swiss markets (BDSwiss Holding PLC)

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