Plus500 vs IQ Option

Plus500 or IQ Option – which is better for UK traders 2022? Compare Plus500 and IQ Option in this detailed breakdown of their platforms, features and fees.

Plus500 vs IQ Option Comparison Table 2022
Plus500 IQ Option
An investor with a Plus500 account can trade CFDs on underlying financial instruments such as Forex, Stocks, Commodities, Cryptocurrency (Availability subject to regulation), Options and Indices. With tight spreads and no commission, they are a leading global brand.
IQ Option no longer accepts UK clients.
73% of retail CFD accounts lose money.
Rating
4.5 Not yet rated
FCA Regulated
✓ Yes ✗ No
Awards
  • Best Overall Broker 2021 - DayTrading.com
  • Best Overall Broker 2020 - DayTrading.com
  • Best Overall Broker 2019 - DayTrading.com
Instruments
CFDs
Bonus Offer
None None
Demo Account
✓ Yes ✗ No
Minimum Deposit
$100
Payment Methods
Credit Card, Debit Card, Mastercard, PayPal, Skrill, Swift, Visa, Wire Transfer
Minimum Trade
Varies by asset
Regulator
FCA, MAS, CySec, ASIC, FSA
MetaTrader 4
✗ No ✗ No
MetaTrader 5
✗ No ✗ No
cTrader
✗ No ✗ No
DMA Account
✗ No ✗ No
ECN Account
✗ No ✗ No
Mobile Apps
iOS, Android and Windows
Auto Trading
✗ No ✗ No
Trade Signals
✗ No ✗ No
Social Trading
✗ No ✗ No
Copy Trading
✗ No ✗ No
Islamic Account
✗ No ✗ No
Cryptocurrency
CFDs in cryptocurrency and crypto indices trading offered - Availability subject of regulation Crypto trading not offered
Spread
Variable
Coins
BCH, BTC, ETH, LTC, XRP, IOTA, NEO, EOS, XMR
Plus500 IQ Option
73% of retail CFD accounts lose money.
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