VT Markets vs Alpari Comparison
Comparing forex brokers side by side is no easy task. For our 2022 annual forex broker review, we spent hundreds of hours assessing 39 forex and CFD brokerages to find the best forex broker. Let's compare VT Markets vs Alpari.
Does VT Markets or Alpari offer lower pricing?
Comparing the trading costs of forex and CFDs is not easy. Not every broker publishes average spreads data, and pricing structures vary. Based on our thorough annual assessment, IG
offers better pricing overall for traders.
Is VT Markets or Alpari safer for forex and CFDs trading?
At ForexBrokers.com, we track where each forex and CFD broker is regulated across over 23 international regulator databases. Here's our findings. VT Markets holds 1 global Tier-1 licenses, while Alpari holds 0. Both VT Markets and Alpari hold 0 global Tier-2 licenses. In our analysis of 23 international regulators across 50 brokers, VT Markets earned a higher Trust Score than Alpari.
Which trading platform is better: VT Markets or Alpari?
To compare the trading platforms of both VT Markets and Alpari, we tested each broker's trading tools, research capabilities, and mobile apps. For trading tools, IG offers a better experience. With research, IG offers superior market research. Finally, we found IG to provide better mobile trading apps.
What about MetaTrader and copy trading?
For forex and CFDs traders, copy trading and MetaTrader are both popular platform options. Both VT Markets and Alpari offer MetaTrader 4 (MT4).VT Markets and Alpari both offer copy trading.
How many forex pairs and CFDs are available to trade?
Alpari provides traders 46 currency pairs (e.g., EUR/USD) compared to VT Markets's 39 available pairs. Forex pairs aside, VT Markets offers traders access to 168 CFDs while Alpari has 105 available CFDs, a difference of 63.
Can I trust VT Markets?
VT Markets is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. VT Markets is authorised by one tier-1 regulators (high trust), one tier-2 regulators (average trust), and zero tier-3 regulator (low trust). VT Markets (through its parent company) is authorised by the following tier-1 regulators: Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Can I trust Alpari?
Alpari is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. Alpari is authorised by zero tier-1 regulators (high trust), zero tier-2 regulator (average trust), and one tier-3 regulator (low trust).
Is VT Markets good?
VT Markets benefits from being part of the Vantage Group of companies, and provides access to the MetaTrader suite of platforms as well as its own VT Pro trading app.
Is Alpari good?
Alpari is one of the oldest MetaTrader brokers, and an early pioneer of social copy-trading. Best known in Eastern Europe, Alpari offers a small but growing selection of CFD markets and platform tools, but lacks regulatory licenses in top-tier jurisdictions.
Overall winner: IG
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