ETX Capital Review
ETX Capital is a leading provider of financial spread betting, FX and CFD trading in the UK, across Europe and in South Africa. The company offers excellent customer support with a personal account manager for every client, innovative products and highly competitive pricing.
The intuitive state of the art platform is fully customisable allowing clients to save up to 19 different layouts and trade like a professional using Head of Trading Joe Rundle’s pro trader layout. The ETX Capital platform has been designed by traders for traders ensuring ease of use and fast execution with one click dealing to execute your trades across a wide range of markets. Minimum bet size is from just 50p giving you the control you need.
ETX Capital’s award winning Trade-through Charts allow you to deal directly from the chart, open and close positions, amend orders, turn on spread bands and more. With ETX you will gain access to thousands of global instruments including forex, indices, shares, commodities, options, interest rates, bonds and ETFs which can all be traded from one account. Its Capital iPhone app allows you to trade and manage your account whilst on the move with one tap trading so you can always stay on top of the markets.
There is an emphasis on educating clients on the ways of financial trading and the company provides access to learning material worth £500 for free. Choose from a range of live seminars, webinars and advanced webinars all provided by an independent trader training company. It also provides a range of risk management tools including: guaranteed stops, stop losses, limit, OCO’s, GFD, GTC and If Done orders.
Account holders also gain exclusive access to wide range of market tools including up to date market news from IB Times global newswire, daily commentary from the trading floor, weekly blogs, daily morning video market bite to provide a snapshot of the day ahead, email newsletters sent directly to your inbox, and a bespoke RSS news site.
ETX Capital is regulated and secure. With retail clients’ money held in segregated bank accounts, so clients have the assurance their funds are safe.