Compare GKFX vs RoboMarkets - Trading Brokers Comparison

Compare GKFX vs RoboMarkets

GKFX versus RoboMarkets Comparison Table
Online BrokerMinimum DepositTrading PlatformsMarketsRegulated
$100MT4300+MFSA
$100MT4, MT5, R Trader11,000+CySEC

GKFX and RoboMarkets Comparison

Both brokers offer CFD trading. GBoth have MT4. RoboMarkets also offers MT5 and R Trader. On all its account except R Trader, RoboMarkets offers less markets than GKFX, but on R Trader it offers considerably more.

GKFX is regulated by the MFSA in Malta.

RoboMarkets is regulated by the CySEC in Cyprus and the IFSC in Belize.

Minimum deposit and account types

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

  • GKFX provides Standard, Premium and Corporate accounts. The minimum deposit for the Standard account is $100. The minimum deposit for the Premium account is $20,000 and the minimum deposit for the Corporate account is $25,000.
  • GKFX offers Trading Central and Autochartist. A free Virtual Private Server (the Welcome VPS) is available to clients with a starting balance of £2,500, T&Cs apply. GKFX additionally provides an Economic Calendar, education and videos on its website.
  • 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

  • GKFX offers Forex, Indices, Energy, Metals, Stocks, ETFs, Soft Commodities, Cryptocurrencies and Bonds, with 300+ available.
  • RoboMarkets offers Forex, Indices, Energy, Metals, Stocks, ETFs, Soft Commodities and Cryptocurrencies, for a total of 11,000+.

Cryptocurrency CFDs

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

Spreads and leverage

GKFX offers Forex spreads from 0.6 without a commission charge. RoboMarkets offers Forex spreads from 1.3 without a commission charge and low Forex spreads with a commission charge.

The maximum leverage for GKFX 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

GKFX provides MT4. RoboMarkets offers MT4, MT5 and R Trader. Both provide mobile apps.

Why GKFX or RoboMarkets ?

Traders who want to trade on MetaTrader 4 (MT4) can do so at either broker. Traders who want to trade on MetaTrader 5 (MT5) can do so at RoboMarkets and may also trade on R Trader, on which RoboMarkets offers a relatively large number of markets to trade. RoboMarkets additionally has a Cent account, which offers very small trade sizes.

Comparison summary

  • Both brokers offer CFD trading,
  • Each has MT4
  • RoboMarkets additionally provides MT5 and R Trader
  • RoboMarkets can offer more markets to trade than GKFX on R Trader, less on its other accounts
  • RoboMarket provides ECN trading on some of its accounts

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