Fidelity Review 2021

Fidelity offers stock, ETFs and mutual funds to clients based in the US, Europe and Asia.

Fidelity is a multiple award-winning broker that gives traders access to ETFs, Mutual Funds, ISAs, Pensions, Stocks, Indices. Surprisingly, Fidelity does not support either of the enormously popular MetaTrader platforms (4 and 5).

In terms of features offered to traders, Fidelity has Signals but is missing Demo Accounts, Islamic Accounts, Social Trading and Auto Trading.

Careful traders will be pleased to know that Fidelity is licensed to provide trading services by multiple regulatory bodies, 2 in fact, including the FCA.

Fidelity Summary

Fidelity offers stock, ETFs and mutual funds to clients based in the US, Europe and Asia.

Ratings

90%
Trust
33%
Instruments
14%
Features
BonusNone
InstrumentsETFs, Mutual Funds, ISAs, Pensions, Stocks, Indices
Demo Account
Min. Deposit£25
Min. Trade£25
Regulated ByFCA, SEC
MetaTrader 4
MetaTrader 5
cTrader
DMA Account
ECN Account
Mobile Apps Fil Mobile App
Auto Trading
Trade Signals None
Social Trading
Copy Trading
Islamic Account

Payment Methods

Fidelity accepts the following payment methods:

  • Wire Transfer
  • Credit Card
  • Visa
  • Mastercard

Awards

Fidelity is a multiple award-winning broker, with 6 awards received so far.

  • Boring Money Best Buy 2021 – Pension
  • Boring Money Best for Beginners Pension 2021
  • Boring Money Best for Beginners ISA 2021
  • Boring Money Best for Low - Cost Pension 2021
  • Online Personal Wealth Awards - Best Retirement Adviser 2021
  • Shares Awards 2020 - Best Execution-Only Stockbroker of the Year
Risk Warning – Your capital is at risk

FAQ

Is Fidelity Safe?

Yes, we gave Fidelity a high 90% trust score in our review and believe traders should be safe here. One of the main positives for Fidelity is that they're regulated by our own Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) here in the UK.

Does Fidelity Accept PayPal?

No, Fidelity does not accept PayPal payments.

Is Fidelity Halal?

Probably not, as Fidelity does not offer an Islamic trading account as far as we know. For alternatives, please see the list of halal brokers.

Is Fidelity Regulated?

Yes, Fidelity is regulated by 2 different regulators: FCA and SEC. Most importantly, they're regulated by our own strong FCA here in the UK.

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Fidelity offers stock, ETFs and mutual funds to clients based in the US, Europe and Asia.