Compare easyMarkets vs RoboMarkets - CFD Broker Comparison

Compare easyMarkets vs RoboMarkets

easyMarkets versus RoboMarkets Comparison Table
Online BrokerMinimum DepositTrading PlatformsMarketsRegulated
$100MT4, Web Trader & Apps200+CySEC, ASIC
$100MT4, R Trader Web Trader, MT511,000+CySEC

easyMarkets and RoboMarkets Comparison

Both of these brokers offer MetaTrader 4 (MT4) and user friendly web traders. Overall, RoboMarkets has more markets to trade, as it provides 11,000+ on its R Trader web trader. As well as MT4, RoboMarkets additionally provide MetaTrader 5 (MT5), the successor to MT4.

Both are CySEC regulated. easyMarkets is additionally regulated by the ASIC in Australia.

Minimum deposit and account types

The minimum deposit for easyMarkets is $100. The minimum deposit for RoboMarkets is $100.

  • easyMarkets offers a Standard account with a minimum deposit of $100 and a VIP account with a minimum deposit of $2,500. All easyMarkets account types have customer support and a personal account manager. The VIP account additionally has telephone trading, access to the tightest spreads at easyMarkets, a personal analyst and real time SMS market updates. The minimum trade size is 0.01 lots.
  • RoboMarkets offers accounts based around its three platforms, MT4, MT5 and R Trader. MT4 and MT5 each offer a Pro-Standard, Pro-Cent and Pro-ECN account. MT4 additionally offers an MT4 Prime account. RoboMarkets's R Trader is a web trading platform, which has many more markets available than the other accounts. RoboMarkets also offers a CopyFx account (which supports transaction copying) and a RAMM account (which supports strategy copying). RoboMarkets's minimum deposit for all accounts except MT4 Prime is $100. The minimum deposit for MT4 Prime is $5,000. The Prime account is an ECN account with lower commission charges. RoboMarkets offers an Islamic (Swap Free) version for some of these accounts. The minimum trade size is 0.0001 lots. RoboMarkets provides a range of tools including analysis, an economic calendar, webinars and education. It offers the R Trader Strategy Builder for building robots. EAs and scalping are allowed at RoboMarkets.

Markets

  • easyMarkets offers Forex, Indices, Energy, Metals, Cryptocurrencies, Soft Commodities, Stocks and Options, with 200+ available.
  • RoboMarkets offers Forex, Indices, Energy, Metals, Cryptocurrencies, Soft Commodities, Stocks and ETFs, for a total of 11,000+.

Cryptocurrency CFDs

  • easyMarkets offers Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.
  • RoboMarkets offers Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, Dash, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Bitcoin Gold, Golem, IOTA, NEO, OmiseGO, Qtum and Monero CFDs.

Spreads and leverage

easyMarkets offers Forex spreads from 1 (fixed) without a commission charge. RoboMarkets provides low Forex spreads plus a commission charge and Forex spreads from 1.3 without a commission charge.

Maximum leverage for easyMarkets (CySEC regulated) is . Maximum leverage for RoboMarkets (CySEC regulated) is .

Commissions

  • RoboMarkets commission are $2 per lot per side for its ECN accounts except for its Prime account where they are $1.5 per lot per side.

Online trading platforms

Both brokers offer MT4 on desktop and apps. easyMarkets additionally provides a web trader and apps. RoboMarkets additionally offers MT5 desktop, MT5 apps and R Trader.

Why easyMarkets or RoboMarkets ?

Traders who want to trade with MT4 may do so at either broker. Traders who want to trade on MT5 can do so at RoboMarkets. Those who want to trade on user friendly web traders can find these platforms at both brokers. While each broker offers Stocks CFDS, RoboMarkets has many more on its R Trader web trader.

Comparison summary

  • Bpoth brokers provide CFD trading
  • Each offers MT4
  • RoboMarkets additionally provides MT5
  • Both offer web traders
  • Overall, RoboMarkets has more markets to trade (on R Trader)
  • Each allows Expert Advisors (EAs)
  • RoboMarkets has a Cent account, with low minimum trade sizes

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