Alpari Broker Review
Alpari 13:51 GMT 09/01/2015
Alpari was founded in 1998 and is one of the world’s leading Forex brokers, offering clients a full package of the most modern financial instruments and technological solutions for online trading and investment. According to data from Finance Magnates, Alpari has been one of the largest Forex brokers in the world for a number of years.
The trading turnover of the Alpari companies in 2014 was 2.5 trillion USD. Today Alpari is the world’s largest MetaTrader 4 Forex broker. The first half of 2015 saw company branches offering their services to over one million clients from over 150 countries in the world.
Alpari clients have access to over 50 currency pairs and an extensive range of other instruments. The company offers the use of three trading platforms for computer and mobile applications for use with iOS and Android.
Alpari is a member of international organizations such as The Financial Commission (Hong Kong) and CRFIN (Russia).
Trading: Internet Trading / Telephone Order Execution.
Investment: PAMM Accounts, PAMM Portfolios, Investment Funds, Structured Products
Binary Options: from 60 seconds, Trades from 5 to 5,000 USD, 0 USD Minimum Deposit
Trading Instruments: Currency Pairs, Spot Metals, Oil CFDs
Trading Platforms: MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, BinaryTrader
Mobile Applications: MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5.
Execution: Instant Execution, Market Execution
Account Types: Nano.mt4 (cent account) Standard.mt4, Ecn.mt4, Pro.mt4, Pamm.standard.mt4, Pamm.ecn.mt4, Pamm.pro.mt4, Pro.Ecn.mt4, Alpari.binary.
Minimum Deposit: 100 USD / 100 EUR / 5,000 RUR (standard / ecn accounts), 0 USD / 0 EUR / 0 RUR (nano / alpari.binary account)
Maximum Leverage: 1:1000
Deposit / Withdrawal of Funds: Bank Transfers, Debit / Credit Cards,
Digital Transfers and Electronic Payment Systems, Internal Account-to-Account Transfers.
Additional Information: Round-the-Clock Technical Support, Free Daily Market Analyses.
Bonuses: the Alpari Bonus Program was launched in 2014 and allows clients to independently change their conditions for working on the financial market: reduce commission, save money on swaps, improve conversion rates and much more.