Plus500 vs Trade360 - Compare Brokers Feature By Feature

Plus500 vs Trade360: Compare Brokers Feature By Feature

Plus500 versus Trade360 Comparison Table
Online BrokerMinimum DepositTrading PlatformsMarketsRegulated
$100Web Trader & Apps2000+CySEC, FCA, ASIC, FSCA, FMA, MAS & IE
$500ParagonEx, MT4120+CySEC

Plus500 and Trade360 Comparison

Plus500 and Trade360 are regulated brokers offering a range of markets to trade, though Plus500 can offer more. Trade360 offers support for crowd trading, on ParagonEx.

Trade360 is regulated by the CySEC in Cyprus. Plus500UK Ltd is authorized and regulated by the FCA (#509909). Plus500CY Ltd is authorized and regulated by CySEC (#250/14). Plus500SG Pte Ltd is licensed by the MAS (#CMS100648-1) and IE Singapore (#PLUS/CBL/2018). Plus500AU Pty Ltd (ACN 153301681) is licensed by: ASIC in Australia, AFSL #417727 and FMA in New Zealand, FSP #486026 and is an authorised Financial Services Provider in South Africa, FSP #47546.

Quick comparison

Both have web traders, Trade360 also offers MT4. Plus500 has more markets, Trade360 has a crowd trading news feed on ParagonEx.

Account types and minimum deposit

The minimum deposit for Plus500 is $100. The minimum deposit for Trade360 is $500.

  • Plus500 offers one account type for which the minimum deposit is $/€/£100 or AU$200. Plus500 provides an Economic Calendar on its website covering news events and market effects.
  • 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 StandardMT4 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. The Gold, Platinum and VIP accounts offer additionally personal push and SMS Notifications, exclusive market updates and SMS trading signals.


  • Plus500 offers CFD trading in Currency Pairs, Indices, Commodities, Stocks, ETFs, Cryptocurrencies and Options.
  • Trade360 offers Currency Pairs, Indices, Commodities, Stocks and ETFs.

Plus500 offers considerably more CFDs, with over 2000 CFDs, versus over 120+ CFDs offered by Trade360.

Cryptocurrency CFDs

  • Plus500 provides Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, IOTA, NEO, Monero, EOS, Stellar, Cardano and TRON.

Spreads and leverage

  • Plus500 offers fixed and variable spreads depending on the instrument.
  • Trade360's spreads are fixed. EUR/USD spreads are 1.8, DAX30 spreads are 3.8, Gold spreads are 0.45 and Oil spreads are 0.05.

Maximum leverage for Plus500 is . Maximum leverage for Plus500 is .


On their web traders, Plus500 has over 95 technical indicators, Trade360 has over 50. Plus500 has chart time frames from tick to 1 week, Trade360 from tick to monthly.

Plus500 provides candle, line, hollow candle, bar, colored bar, baseline and mountain charts, Trade360 provides candlestick, line, hollow candles, Heikin-Ashi, OHLC, bar forest, area, HLC, coloured bar HLC, coloured bar OHLC, line dot and dot charts. Trade360 offers MT4.

Both platform could be said to have an intuitive interface. Plus500 achieves this by stripping down the layout to essentials, in a clear design, Trade360 by arranging individual markets into boxes, with the Live CrowdTrading Feed on the side. Plus500 and Trade360 both say that account balances cannot go negative.

Why Plus500 or Trade360 ?

Both support discretionary trading with web traders and apps, though Plus500 has more markets. Trade360 offers support for traders who wish to use information about what other traders are doing, when making trading decisions, and provides MT4.

Comparison summary

Plus500 aims for simplicity and clarity in its platform design, Trade360 looks to the alignment of market behaviour and market events with crowd trading behavior.

In both cases the apparent aim could be seen to remove the clutter and point to the essentials of trading, one by simplification of data presentation and the other by clarifying what market data may be saying by contextualising it.

Plus500 offers a significantly greater number of markets, made up of Share CFDs, but does not offer MT4. Plus500 has a lower minimum deposit.

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