Trade360 offers over a thousand symbols on its innovative app for web and mobile. It also supports MetaTrader 5 (MT5), making it a versatile platform for forex and CFD trading. That said, Trade360’s market research and educational content are limited, and spreads are fairly expensive compared to peers.
Trade360 pros & cons
- CrowdTrading tool offers trading signals guided by crowd-sourced client sentiment data.
- Offers six account types (minimum deposits range from $250 to $100,000).
- Provides useful thematic indices with its Industry Stock and Smart Collections.
- Traders can customize their leverage on a per-trade basis with the Self-Select feature.
- Economic calendar event detail usefully shows affected symbols.
- The Trade360 mobile app closely matches web platform experience.
- Regulated by ASIC in Australia and CySEC in Cyprus.
- Access to Trading Central tools requires a minimum deposit of 1,000 euros.
- Spreads are expensive – ranging by account type from 1.8 to 4 pips on EUR/USD.
- Financial market news videos are outdated.
- Daily Market Report covers technical analysis on just two key symbols.
- Scant selection of educational content – just a few articles and videos.
- Barely 10 educational articles are available.
- Trade executions routed to IFSC-regulated entity PX Exchange in Belize.
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Is Trade360 safe?
Trade360 is considered average-risk, with an overall Trust Score of 75 out of 99. Trade360 is not publicly traded and does not operate a bank. Trade360 is authorized by one tier-1 regulator (high trust), one tier-2 regulator (average trust), and zero tier-3 regulators (low trust). Trade360 is authorised by the following tier-1 regulators: Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC). Learn more about Trust Score.
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About the Author
Steven Hatzakis Steven Hatzakis is the Global Director of Research for ForexBrokers.com. Steven previously served as an Editor for Finance Magnates, where he authored over 1,000 published articles about the online finance industry. Steven is an active fintech and crypto industry researcher and advises blockchain companies at the board level. Over the past 20 years, Steven has held numerous positions within the international forex markets, from writing to consulting to serving as a registered commodity futures representative.