Compare City Index vs Trade360

Compare City Index vs Trade360

City Index versus Trade360 Comparison Table
Online BrokerMinimum DepositTrading PlatformsMarketsRegulated
NoneAdvantage Web, Web Trader, AT Pro, MT412,000+FCA, MAS, ASIC
$500ParagonEx, MT5450+CySEC

City Index and Trade360 Comparison

These brokers each provide CFD trading across a range of markets. City Index can offer more individual markets to trade. As well as CFD trading, City Index also provides spread betting in the UK.

Trade360 can offer fixed spreads, while City Index provides tight variable spreads.

City Inedex provides MT4, while Trade360 offers MT5. City Index provides two web traders with many more markets. Trade360 offers the ParagonEx web trader and apps, with crowd trading. City Index can also provide the AT Pro platform, which has a relatively large range of technical indicators.

City Index is regulated by the FCA in the United Kingdom, the ASIC in Australia and the MAS in Singapore. Trade360 is regulated by the CySEC in Cyprus.

Minimum deposit and account types

City Index does not have a minimum deposit. The minimum deposit for Trade360 is $500.

  • City Index offers CFD trading and spread betting. City Index provides a news feed, market reports and a Trading Academy, with video tutorials and courses. Micro lot trading is available on MT4 (as well as EAs).
  • Trade360 offers six account types. The minimum deposit for the Mini Account is $500, the minimum deposit for the Standard360 account is $1000 (the minimum deposit for StandardMT5 is $500), the minimum deposit for the Gold account is $5000, the minimum deposit for the Platinum and Islamic360 accounts is $10,000 and the minimum deposit for the VIP account is $50,000.
  • All Trade360 account types offer the Live CrowdTrading Feed, trading signals, 24/5 live chat and Whatsapp Support. MT5 is available for all account types except the Mini account. The Gold, Platinum, Islamic and VIP accounts offer additionally personal push and SMS notifications and exclusive market updates. Trade360 offers Trading Central.

Markets

  • City Index offers Forex, Indices, Energy, Stocks, ETFs, Metals, Cryptocurrencies, Soft Commodities, Bonds, Options, IPOs and Interest Rates, with 12,000+ available. City Index Australia and City Index Singapore have less markets (5,000+), as they do not offer spread betting.
  • Trade360 offers Forex, Indices, Energy, Stocks, ETFs and Metals, with 450+ available.

City Index provides 80+ Forex pairs (on MT4), Trade360 provides 45+ Forex pairs.

Cryptocurrencies

  • City Index offers Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple (for CFD trading and spread betting).

Spreads and leverage

City Index offers Forex spreads from 0.5 (variable). Trade360 provides Forex spreads from 1.6 (fixed).

Maximum leverage for City Index (FCA regulated) is . Maximum leverage for Trade360 is .

Online trading platforms

City Index also provides two web trading platforms (Advantage Web and Web Trader), AT Pro and MT5. Trade360 offers the ParagonEx web trader with crowd trading features and MT5. Both provide mobile apps.

Why City Index or Trade360 ?

Traders who want to trade on a large number of markets can do so at City Index on its web traders and AT Pro. Traders who want to trade on MT4 may do so at City Index, while traders who want to trade on MT5 can do this at Trade360. Traders who wish to trade on a user friendly web trader may do so at either broker. Traders who want to trade with crowd trading information can do this at Trade360. Those who want to trade with an advanced platform with a relatively large number of technical indicators and the capacity to program charting signals, can do so at City Index on AT Pro.

Comparison summary

  • City Index provides CFD trading and spread betting
  • Trade360 offers CFD trading
  • City Index can offer more individual market to trade
  • Trade360 provides ParagonEx and MT5
  • City Index offers two web traders, AT Pro and MT4
  • Trade360 provides crowd trading
  • City Index offers support for building and using chart based trading signals with AT Pro

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