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Pepperstone vs Tickmill 2021

Is Pepperstone better than Tickmill? In our analysis of 23 international regulators across 50 brokers, Pepperstone is considered low-risk, with an overall Trust Score of 92 out of 99. Tickmill is considered average-risk, with an overall Trust Score of 81 out of 99. Learn more about Trust Score.


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Overall Rating

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Overall 4 4
Commissions & Fees 4 5
Offering of Investments 3.5 3
Platforms & Tools 4 3
Mobile Trading 4 3
Research 4 4
Education 4 4
Trust Score 92 81
Pepperstone Review Tickmill Review
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Regulation

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Trust Score 92 81
Year Founded
2010 2014
Publicly Traded (Listed)
No No
Bank
No No
Tier-1 Licenses
2 1
Tier-2 Licenses
2 2
Tier-3 Licenses
1 0
Authorised in the European Union
Yes Yes

Tier-1 Licenses (High Trust)

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
ASIC Authorised (Australia)
Yes No
IIROC Authorised (Canada)
No No
SFC Authorised (Hong Kong)
No No
FSA Authorised (Japan)
No No
MAS Authorised (Singapore)
No No
FINMA Authorised (Switzerland)
No No
FCA Authorised (UK)
Yes Yes
CFTC Registered (USA)
No No

Tier-2 Licenses (Average Trust)

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
CBRC Authorised (China)
No No
CySEC Authorised (Cyprus)
Yes Yes
CBI Authorised (Ireland)
No No
ISA Authorised (Israel)
No No
FMA Authorised (New Zealand)
No No
CBR Authorised (Russia)
No No
FSCA Authorised (South Africa)
No Yes
SEC Authorised (Thailand)
No No

Tier-3 Licenses (Low Trust)

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
SCB Authorised (Bahamas) Yes No
IFSC Authorised (Belize) No No
BMA Authorised (Bermuda) No No
FSC Authorised (British Virgin Islands)
No No
FSC Authorised (Mauritius)
No No

Investments

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Forex Trading
Yes Yes
CFD Trading
Yes Yes
Tradeable Symbols (Total)
127 87
Forex Pairs (Total)
61 62
US Stock Trading (Non CFD)
No No
Int'l Stock Trading (Non CFD)
No No
Cryptocurrency (Physical)
No No
Cryptocurrency (CFD)
Yes Yes
Social Trading / Copy-Trading
Yes Yes

Cost

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Average Spread EUR/USD - Standard
0.69 (May 24th-28th 2021) 0.5 (August 2021)
All-in Cost EUR/USD - Active
0.79 (April 2021) 0.3 (August 2021)
Active Trader or VIP Discounts
Yes Yes
Execution: Agency Broker
Yes Yes
Execution: Market Maker
No No

Funding

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Minimum Deposit
$200.00 $100.00
Bank Wire (Deposit/Withdraw)
Yes Yes
Visa/Mastercard (Credit/Debit)
Yes Yes
PayPal (Deposit/Withdraw)
Yes No
Skrill (Deposit/Withdraw)
Yes Yes

Trading Platforms

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Proprietary Platform
No No
Desktop Platform (Windows)
Yes Yes
Web Platform
Yes Yes
Social Trading / Copy-Trading
Yes Yes
MetaTrader 4 (MT4)
Yes Yes
MetaTrader 5 (MT5)
Yes Yes
cTrader
Yes No
DupliTrade
Yes No
ZuluTrade
No Yes

Trading Tools

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Virtual Trading (Demo)
Yes Yes
Alerts - Basic Fields
Yes Yes
Watchlists - Total Fields
(Default MetaTrader/cTrader) MetaTrader (Default)
Charting - Indicators / Studies (Total)
(Default MetaTrader/cTrader) MetaTrader (Default)
Charting - Drawing Tools (Total)
(Default MetaTrader/cTrader) MetaTrader (Default)
Charting - Trade From Chart
Yes Yes
Charting - Drawings Autosave
Yes Yes
Order Type - Trailing Stop
Yes Yes

Mobile Trading

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Android App
Yes Yes
Apple iOS App
Yes Yes
Alerts - Basic Fields
Yes Yes
Watch List
Yes Yes
Watch List Syncing
Yes No
Charting - Indicators / Studies
(Default MetaTrader/cTrader) MetaTrader (Default)
Charting - Draw Trendlines
Yes Yes
Charting - Trendlines Moveable
Yes No
Charting - Multiple Time Frames
Yes Yes
Charting - Drawings Autosave
Yes Yes
Forex Calendar
Yes Yes

Research

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Daily Market Commentary
Yes Yes
Forex News (Top-Tier Sources)
Yes Yes
Weekly Webinars
Yes Yes
Autochartist
Yes Yes
Trading Central (Recognia)
No No
Delkos Research
No No
Social Sentiment - Currency Pairs
Yes Yes
Economic Calendar
Yes Yes

Education

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Has Education - Forex or CFDs
Yes Yes
Client Webinars
Yes Yes
Client Webinars (Archived)
Yes Yes
Videos - Beginner Trading Videos
Yes Yes
Videos - Advanced Trading Videos
Yes No
Investor Dictionary (Glossary)
Yes Yes

Major Forex Pairs

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
GBP/USD
Yes Yes
USD/JPY
Yes Yes
EUR/USD
Yes Yes
USD/CHF
Yes Yes
USD/CAD
Yes Yes
NZD/USD
Yes Yes
AUD/USD
Yes Yes

Overall

Feature Pepperstone Tickmill
Overall 4 4
Commissions & Fees 4 5
Offering of Investments 3.5 3
Platforms & Tools 4 3
Mobile Trading 4 3
Research 4 4
Education 4 4
Trust Score 92 81
Pepperstone Review Tickmill Review

Comparing forex brokers side by side is no easy task. For our 2021 annual forex broker review, we spent hundreds of hours assessing 27 forex and CFD brokerages to find the best forex broker. Let's compare Pepperstone vs Tickmill.

Does Pepperstone or Tickmill 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, Tickmill offers better pricing overall for traders.

Is Pepperstone or Tickmill safer for forex and CFDs trading?
At ForexBrokers.com, we track where each forex and CFD broker is regulated across over 20 international regulator databases. Here's our findings. Pepperstone holds 2 global Tier-1 licenses, while Tickmill holds 1. Both Pepperstone and Tickmill hold 2 global Tier-2 licenses. In our analysis of 23 international regulators across 50 brokers, Pepperstone earned a higher Trust Score than Tickmill.

Which trading platform is better: Pepperstone or Tickmill?
To compare the trading platforms of both Pepperstone and Tickmill, we tested each broker's trading tools, research capabilities, and mobile apps. For trading tools, Pepperstone offers a better experience. With research, Pepperstone offers superior market research. Finally, we found Pepperstone 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. Pepperstone and Tickmill both offer copy trading. Both Pepperstone and Tickmill offer MetaTrader 4 (MT4).

How many forex pairs and CFDs are available to trade?
Tickmill provides traders 62 currency pairs (e.g., EUR/USD) compared to Pepperstone's 61 available pairs. Forex pairs aside, Pepperstone offers traders access to 127 CFDs while Tickmill has 87 available CFDs, a difference of 40.

Can I trust Pepperstone?
Pepperstone is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. Pepperstone is authorised by two tier-1 regulators (high trust), two tier-2 regulators (average trust), and one tier-3 regulators (low trust). Pepperstone is authorised by the following tier-1 regulators: Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Pepperstone is authorised by the following tier-2 regulators: Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) and the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC).

Can I trust Tickmill?
Tickmill is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. Tickmill is authorised by one tier-1 regulator (high trust), two tier-2 regulators (average trust), and zero tier-3 regulators (low trust). Tickmill is authorised by the following tier-1 regulator: Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Is Pepperstone good?
While Pepperstone offers a small set of tradeable products, it provides one of the largest selections of third-party platforms, including multiple social copy trading options.

Is Tickmill good?
Tickmill is a plain vanilla MT4 broker offering a minimal selection of tradeable securities. That said, Tickmill offers very competitive commission-based pricing for professionals through its VIP and PRO accounts

Overall winner: Pepperstone

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