Add 500 reviews to receive a Medium Risk Rating from Trading Experts

To keep traders informed, Traders Alliance has published its latest broker rankings and conducted a detailed review of the companies on the list.

The Plus 500 review is one of the most talked about, detailing the London-based broker’s products, licensing status, prerequisites, trading conditions and real customer feedback.

After careful evaluation of 350 companies using the TU methodology, Traders Union traders consider Plus500 Trading to be a moderate risk broker. The platform’s overall TU score is 6.3 out of 10, ranking 58th among the 350 companies shortlisted.

Notably, Plus500 performed well in the regulatory and safety areas, achieving a high score of 9.88 in this category. The broker is supported by multiple licensing authorities, including the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySec) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).

However, it has its own shortcomings, such as low user satisfaction, lack of educational materials, and poor customer support.

Traders Union’s comprehensive assessment process contains more than 100 parameters divided into five core areas.

In terms of financial and economic viability, experts measure the financial stability of these brokers using 38 criteria, taking into account factors such as solvency, trading performance trends, and the company’s current economic health.

In terms of reliability, trustworthiness is assessed through 27 comprehensive criteria, including the broker’s reputation and overall customer satisfaction.

When assessing the safety of funds, experts considered factors such as licensing and regulatory compliance, reviewing 18 criteria to determine the safety of investor funds held in brokerage accounts.

When looking at reading conditions, 15 criteria were analyzed to assess how well the trading conditions matched real-life trading situations.

Finally, in terms of customer service, the trade alliance evaluated the quality of technology and customer support using nine focus areas.

Benzinga highlights Traders Union’s use of the TU Overall Rating to simplify traders’ process of finding a reliable broker.

Brokers with scores between 8.0 and 10.0 are considered the most reliable platforms in the Forex market and are highly recommended for opening and funding accounts.

Brokers with scores between 7.0 and 7.99 are considered highly reliable and trustworthy, while brokers with scores between 5.0 and 6.99 are middling, indicating the need for thorough research before opening an account. Plus500 Trading has a score of 6.3 out of 10, which puts it in the medium risk category.

Brokers with scores between 3.0 and 4.99 present significant risks and require a thorough analysis before considering an account, while brokers with scores of 2.99 or lower are frowned upon and Traders Union strongly advises against conducting trading activities with them.

Based on recent evaluations, traders should conduct due diligence before considering opening an account with Plus500. Experts recommend using a demo account before committing fully, especially for beginners.

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