Pepperstone vs Fineco Bank Comparison
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Can I trust Pepperstone?
Pepperstone is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. Pepperstone is authorised by three Tier-1 regulators (Highly Trusted), two Tier-2 regulators (Trusted), zero Tier-3 regulators (Average Risk), and two Tier-4 (High Risk). Pepperstone is authorised by the following tier-1 regulators: Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC), and the European Union via MiFID.
Can I trust Fineco Bank?
Fineco Bank is publicly traded and does operate a bank. Fineco Bank is authorised by three Tier-1 regulators (Highly Trusted), zero Tier-2 regulators (Trusted), zero Tier-3 regulators (Average Risk), and zero Tier-4 regulators (High Risk). Fineco Bank is authorised by the following Tier-1 regulators: Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC), Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and the European Union via MiFID.
Is Pepperstone good?
Pepperstone offers a growing range of tradeable markets, good-quality research, and support for multiple social copy trading platforms.
Is Fineco Bank good?
FinecoBank is a trusted multi-asset broker offering forex and CFDs across its brands regulated in the U.K. and Italy. However, unless you visit a physical branch as a citizen of the EU – or you are a resident of Italy or the U.K. – you will not be permitted to open an online account with FinecoBank.
What is the minimum deposit requirement for opening an account with Pepperstone?
To open a forex trading account with Pepperstone, you'll need to make an initial minimum deposit of $200.
What is the minimum deposit requirement for opening an account with Fineco Bank?
Pepperstone requires a minimum deposit of $0 before you can open an account and start trading forex.
What funding options does each broker offer?
It's important to make sure that your forex broker accepts the funding options and deposit methods that work best for you. Pepperstone offers Visa/Mastercard (Credit/Debit), Bank Wire (Deposit/Withdraw), PayPal (Deposit/Withdraw), Skrill (Deposit/Withdraw) and Neteller (Deposit/Withdraw) for banking, whereas Fineco Bank provides Bank Wire (Deposit/Withdraw)
Does Pepperstone or Fineco Bank offer lower pricing?
Comparing the trading costs of forex and CFDs is not easy. Not every broker publishes average spread data, and pricing structures vary. Based on our thorough, data-driven testing of each broker's commissions and fees, we found that Pepperstone offers better pricing overall for traders.
Methodology: When testing each broker's commissions, fees, and pricing, we analyze multiple trade scenarios and award points based on the expansiveness (or inexpensiveness) of the broker's spreads. We then run multiple scenarios for different investor types, incorporating any miscellaneous fees, to determine an "all-in" cost per trade. Learn more about how we test.
Is Pepperstone or Fineco Bank safer for forex and CFDs trading?
At ForexBrokers.com, we track over 100 international regulatory agencies to help you choose the most well-regulated, highly trusted forex brokers. Learn more about our proprietary Trust Score rating system. Based on our research on the regulatory status of over 60 brokers, we've found that Both Pepperstone and Fineco Bank hold 3 global Tier-1 licenses. Pepperstone holds 2 global Tier-2 licenses, while Fineco Bank holds 0.
After evaluating each broker based on their number of held licenses, years in business, and a range of other data-driven variables, we've determined that Pepperstone and Fineco Bank have earned the same Trust Score (95).
Which trading platform is better: Pepperstone or Fineco Bank?
To compare the trading platforms of both Pepperstone and Fineco Bank, we tested each broker's trading tools, research capabilities, and mobile apps. For trading tools, Fineco Bank offers a better experience. With research, Pepperstone offers superior market research. Finally, we found Pepperstone to provide better mobile trading apps.
Here’s what trading platforms are available at Pepperstone:
- Proprietary Platform - No
- Web Platform - Yes
- cTrader - Yes
- DupliTrade - Yes
- MT4 - Yes
- MT5 - Yes
- ZuluTrade - No
- TradingView - Yes
Here’s what trading platforms are available at Fineco Bank:
- Proprietary Platform - Yes
- Web Platform - Yes
- cTrader - No
- DupliTrade - No
- MT4 - No
- MT5 - No
- ZuluTrade - No
- TradingView - No
What about MetaTrader? How about copy trading?
The MetaTrader trading platform suite is wildly popular among forex and CFD traders across the globe. Neither broker offers Meta Trader. Forex traders also appreciate the ability to engage in social copy trading. Copy trading is not offered by either broker.
What can I trade with each broker?
Pepperstone provides traders 62 currency pairs (e.g., EUR/USD) compared to Fineco Bank's 54 available pairs. If you are interested in trading CFDs, Pepperstone offers traders access to 2342 CFDs, while Fineco Bank offers access to 126 CFDs; so Pepperstone offers 2216 more CFDs than Fineco Bank.
We found in our testing that Pepperstone offers a more diverse selection of investment options than Fineco Bank, allowing you to trade Forex Trading (Spot or CFDs), U.S. Stocks (CFD), Cryptocurrency (Derivative), Social Trading / Copy Trading and Spread Betting. Neither have Cryptocurrency (Physical).
Overall winner: Pepperstone
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