Key Takeaways

  • Access to the best bid/offer from over 50 different banks.
  • Four trading platforms, including Currenex.
  • Accepts deposits in multiple currencies, including Bitcoin.
  • Great trading conditions for PAMM managers.

TradeviewMarkets Overall rating

4.5
Overall rating is an average of ratings from experts in 4 categories.
Pricing
5.0
Regulation
5.0
Popularity
3.0
User rating
Source: fxverify.com

We start our Tradeview Markets review highlighting some of the key features of this offshore CFDs broker. Established in 2004, Tradeview Markets claims to offer a true ECN trading environment and market access to the best bid/offer from over 50 different banks and prime liquidity providers. This is possible with its Innovative Liquidity Connector®, providing traders with fast execution speeds and absolutely no dealing desk intervention, or price manipulation.

Tradeview Markets offers trading with leveraged CFDs in 5 asset classes; forex, indices, stocks, digital currencies and commodities with ECN spreads from 0.0 pip. Trading with Tradeview Markets can be executed with both MetaTrader platforms, cTrader and Currenex, all-inclusive FX trading software designed for professional traders.

The broker offers 2 forex trading accounts, the Innovative Liquidity Connector account, with an ECN pricing and the X Leverage account, with variable spreads and no trading commissions. Tradeview Markets minimum deposit for the X Leverage account is $100 and $1,000 for the Innovative Liquidity Connector. The broker accepts account deposits with multiple funding methods, and great news, Tradeview Markets does not charge any commissions for account deposits.

Negatively, we can only point out the choice of financial regulators for the international clientele by Tradeview Markets. The broker is fully licensed under the regulations of the Cayman Island Monetary Authority (CIMA), but it might also worry some potential investors, as the offshore financial regulator offers little to no protection for retail traders. But then again, Tradeview Markets has been in business for over 15 years and managed to gain the trust of thousands of traders, globally.

TradeviewMarkets Regulation / Money Protection

5.0
Company Licenses & Regulations Segregated Client Money Deposit Compensation Scheme Negative Balance Protection Rebates Max. Leverage Retail Clients
Tradeview Europe Ltd up to €20,000 30 : 1
Tradeview Ltd 400 : 1
Tradeview Asia Ltd 500 : 1


Investors looking to open a trading account with Tradeview Markets will have the possibility of choosing between the different accounts, and the different entities, one in Europe highly regulated by the Malta FSA (Tradeview Europe Ltd) and one for the international clientele – Tradeview Ltd.

International regulations:

Tradeview Ltd, trading as TradeviewMarkets and TradeviewForex, is the counterparty for international customers and is supervised by the Cayman Island Monetary Authority (CIMA). Tradeview Ltd, with a registered address at 5th Floor Anderson Square, 64 Shedden Rd, PO Box 1105, Grand Cayman, KY1-1002 is registered with a securities dealer licence, number 585163, and regulated by the CIMA.

Please note: The services and products offered by Tradeview Ltd are not being offered within the United States (US) and not being offered to US Persons, as defined under US law. The information on the Tradeview Ltd website is not directed to residents of any country where FX and/or CFDs trading is restricted or prohibited by local laws or regulations.

European regulation: Tradeview Europe Ltd, with address at 114/3 The Strand, Gżira, GZR 1027, Malta, is a financial services company registered and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), with licence number C 93990. The MFSA licence allows Tradeview Europe Ltd to offer online financial services in Europe according to the guidelines set out on the MiFID rules.

Malaysia regulation: Tradeview Asia Ltd, with a registered address at Unit B, Lot 49, 1st Floor Block F, Lazenda Warehouse 3 Jalan Ranca-Ranca 87000, Federal Territories of Labuan, Malaysia, is a company licensed to facilitate transactions in foreign exchange under the Labuan Financial Services and Securities Act 2010, the Labuan Companies Act 1990 and the Labuan Business Activity Tax Act 1990, regulated by the Labuan FSA, with licence LL15870. Currently, it’s not possible to open a trading account with this entity – if it becomes available in a near future, we will update or review.

Client Money Protection

Tradeview Markets complies with the highest standards regarding client money protection. Therefore, the broker client’s funds are kept in tier-1 banking institutions, such as the Santander Bank, in segregated accounts.

Tradeview Markets also complies with the client money handling rules and employs strict policies and procedures regarding the maintenance and operation of these accounts. Tradeview Markets holds the client's money separately from the company funds and does not use these funds for any company operational expenses or purposes.

Deposit Compensation

Tradeview Europe Ltd is a member of the Investor Compensation Scheme (ICF), a compensation fund of last resort for clients of firms licensed by the Malta FSA.

The Scheme is based on the EU Directive 97/9 on investor-compensation schemes. In the unlikely event that Tradeview Europe Ltd is unable to meet its obligations, or becomes insolvent, retail clients might be entitled to compensation up to the value of €20,000 per claim.

Please note that the ICF, as stipulated on the latest ESMA product intervention, only covers retail deposits. Deposits of Tradeview Europe Ltd clients classified as Professional will not be covered by the MFSA ICF.

The Tradeview Ltd entity does not offer deposit insurance, as the company is not a member of any Investor Compensation Fund. The deposit compensation is not a requirement by the CIMA authority where Tradeview Ltd is licensed. In the unlikely event that Tradeview Ltd becomes insolvent, or is unable to pay claims against it if the firm has stopped trading, clients might not be entitled to any compensation.

Negative Balance Protection

Tradeview Ltd, the contracting entity, offers a default Negative Balance Protection mechanism, in place to protect clients from negative balances. Tradeview Ltd deploys an automated risk management system ensuring clients account balances will never go negative. The NBP mechanism is in place to protect Tradeview's clients from the risk that trading and leveraging exposes them to, particularly in volatile markets, and to prevent clients from losing more than they deposited.

TradeviewMarkets Cashback rebates

Cash back rebates are paid per round turn lot unless otherwise specified. 1 Lot = 100,000 base currency units traded.
  Innovative Liquidity Connector® X Leverage Tradeview Stocks
Forex$1.25 Per Lot$5.00 Per Lot10% Of Commissions Paid , no rebate on fees
FuturesNone10% Of Commissions Paid
MetalsGold $0.025 Per Ounce Per Unit,
Silver $0.0025 Per Ounce Per Unit
Gold $0.025 Per Ounce Per Unit,
Silver $0.0005 Per Ounce Per Unit
None
Shares / Equities$0.00015 Per Contract
Indices$0.125 Per Contract
ETFs$0.00015 Per Contract
Payment Options
Monthly Cash Back
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in.
Monthly Cash Back - Real Time Reports
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in. Real-time reports delivered to your profile dashboard update every 10 minutes (MT4) or once daily (MT5 or IC Markets)
  Innovative Liquidity Connector®
Forex $1.25 Per Lot
Metals Gold $0.025 Per Ounce Per Unit,
Silver $0.0025 Per Ounce Per Unit
Shares / Equities $0.00015 Per Contract
Indices $0.125 Per Contract
ETFs $0.00015 Per Contract
Payment Options
Monthly Cash Back
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in.
Monthly Cash Back - Real Time Reports
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in. Real-time reports delivered to your profile dashboard update every 10 minutes (MT4) or once daily (MT5 or IC Markets)
  X Leverage
Forex $5.00 Per Lot
Metals Gold $0.025 Per Ounce Per Unit,
Silver $0.0005 Per Ounce Per Unit
Shares / Equities $0.00015 Per Contract
Indices $0.125 Per Contract
ETFs $0.00015 Per Contract
Payment Options
Monthly Cash Back
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in.
Monthly Cash Back - Real Time Reports
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in. Real-time reports delivered to your profile dashboard update every 10 minutes (MT4) or once daily (MT5 or IC Markets)
  Tradeview Stocks
Forex 10% Of Commissions Paid , no rebate on fees
Futures 10% Of Commissions Paid
Shares / Equities $0.00015 Per Contract
Indices $0.125 Per Contract
ETFs $0.00015 Per Contract
Payment Options
Monthly Cash Back
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in.
Monthly Cash Back - Real Time Reports
Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12th of the month following the month cashback is earned in. Real-time reports delivered to your profile dashboard update every 10 minutes (MT4) or once daily (MT5 or IC Markets)

What are TradeviewMarkets rebates?

TradeviewMarkets rebates are a portion of the transaction cost that is paid back to the client on each trade, resulting in a lower spread and improved win ratio. For example, if your rebate is 1 pip and the spread is 3 pips, then your net spread is only 2 pips.

Many traders initially believe there must be higher costs elsewhere to compensate, however they soon find there is no catch and Forex rebates truly reduce the costs of the transaction and improve their bottom line.

How do TradeviewMarkets rebates work?

When you link a new or existing forex trading account to us the broker pays us part of their spread or commission profit for every trade you make as compensation for referring a customer to them. We then share the majority of our revenue with you, paying you a cash rebate for each trade you make as thank you for signing up with us.

Unlike some of our competitors your spreads will never increase as a result of using our service! The only difference is: as our client you earn extra cash per trade, making trading through us more profitable than opening direct with the broker. Founded in 2007, we are the original and leading provider of forex rebates. We pay rebates to over 100,000 accounts and traders love our helpful 24 hour live chat, telephone and email support.

How much TradeviewMarkets rebates can I earn?

Use our forex rebate calculator to estimate your TradeviewMarkets rebate earnings:

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Are TradeviewMarkets rebates a scam; do my spreads increase?

TradeviewMarkets rebates paid by legitimate rebate providers are not a scam, however scams do exist. The most common scam is a rebate provider that marks up the spread or commission in order to pay a higher rebate than competitors. Many brokers do allow a referring party, or rebate provider, to markup costs to traders they refer. Obviously this defeats the purpose of the service provided by the rebate provider and thus jeopardizes the viability of the rebate provider’s reputation and business, so a reliable provider wouldn’t consider this. Besides this, certain rebate providers may not pay on time, or not at all. This is why it’s important to choose a reliable provider.

When working with a trustworthy rebate provider, there is no ‘catch’. It is more beneficial to a trader’s financial position to work with a rebate provider than solely with the forex broker.

Are there any other benefits to signing up for TradeviewMarkets rebates?

It depends on the rebate provider. Due to our unique relationship with many brokers, we have often mediated between brokers and clients in order to help successfully resolve client issues, including clients who are having withdrawal issues. Brokers are often very fast to respond to us, since we typically have many clients with them. Our knowledgeable support team is available 24 hours per day in 8 native languages & 23 total languages for any questions. We also offer trading tools, calculators, reviews and a robust forex education section.

How are forex rebates paid?

Because we deal with so many traders in so many different countries and serve 23 languages we have to cover a wide array of options. Here’s what we offer:

Forex rebate options vary per broker:

Monthly cash back Payments are credited and sent automatically by the 12 of the month following the month rebates are earned in.
Spread or commission reduction The trader actually receives reduced commissions and/or spreads. This is an exciting option offered by some of our top brokers.
Paid direct to brokerage account Cashback is credited directly to the trader’s brokerage account, typically between 1-7 days after the trade is closed. This is another exciting options offered by some of our top brokers.

In the case of the ‘Monthly cash back’ rebate option, monthly payments can be paid via bank wire, Paypal, Skrill, Sticpay, China Unionpay, and Neteller. Some payment methods such as bank wire carries fees and often traders set a custom minimum payment amount in order to accumulate rebates and withdraw their rebates less often than monthly.

TradeviewMarkets Profile

Company Name Tradeview Ltd.
Year Founded 2004
Headquarters Cayman Islands
Office Locations Colombia, Cayman Islands, Peru, United Kingdom, United States
Account Currency EUR, GBP, JPY, USD
Client funds bank Santander
Support Languages Arabic, Chinese, English, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Funding Methods Bank Wire, China Union Pay, Credit Card, EgoPay, FasaPay, Neteller, Skrill (Moneybookers), Ecopayz, SticPay, AdvCash, Bitwallet, KRW, PayR, TransferMate, Uphold
Financial Instruments Futures, Forex, Shares, Indices, Cryptocurrencies, Metals, ETFs
24 hour support
Segregated Accounts
Islamic Accounts
Accepts Canadian clients
Accepts Japanese Clients
Non expiring demo
Cent accounts
Negative balance protection
Social trading
Regulatory deposit insurance
Trailing stops
Bonuses
Interest on margin
Fixed spread
Variable spread

Established in 2004, and with head office in Cayman Island, Tradeview Markets simplifies its accounts offering with 3 account types, with a highlight on the Innovative Liquidity Connector account. This account is ideal for professional investors looking for excellent trading conditions, with direct market access.

Tradeview Markets is the trading brand of Tradeview Ltd, a financial services company supervised and regulated by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority (CIMA) and holds a securities dealer licence since 04-04-2012.

Tradeview Markets provides online trading services of leveraged CFDs, offering clients the potential to generate financial returns on both rising and falling prices, with different financial instruments; FX, stocks, indices, digital currencies and commodities. Tradeview Markets product offerings, and services, are available to a wide range of customers, including retail investors, institutional traders and partners.

Trading with Tradeview Markets can be done via 4 trading platforms. Of course, Tradeview Markets offers the popular MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 platforms, available for desktop terminals (Windows and macOS) and complemented with the mobile versions for iOS and Android.

Trading can also be done with the cTrader platform, full of features to suit the needs of all traders, the ability to use the extensive indicator library and the ability to build custom indicators in the C# language. The cTrader is available as WebTrader, Windows and macOS desktops and mobile devices running Android and iOS.

Then, trading can also be done via the Currenex platform, an all-inclusive, high-performance, forex trading software designed for professional traders. The Currenex platform offers advanced charting tools, and besides traditional trend analysis, there are also 31 additional technical analysis tools and 13 complete line studies that are superior to the charting program.

Traders can also find the exact position they wish to enter the market and place the order directly from the chart to save time. The Currenex platform is available only for Windows desktops.

TradeviewMarkets Asset classes

Tradeview Markets an excellent range of trading platforms provide traders with access to superior liquidity, supported by 50 different banks, and multi-asset trading – FX and CFDs on several financial instruments. Tradeview Markets offers a limited selection of about 100 instruments to trade, divided into 5 asset classes: forex, indices, stocks, cryptocurrencies and commodities.

FX market: 60 currency pairs, including all major pairs, and some minor and exotic crosses.

Indices: 9 global and very liquid indices CFDs, including the Dow Jones, Nasdaq and JP225.

Stocks: 100 stocks CFDs of top companies listed on AMEX, NASDAQ and the NYSE, including Apple, Boeing, Facebook, PayPal, Netflix and Microsoft.

Commodities: 6 commodities CFDs available for trading; 3 metals (Gold and Silver included), and 3 energies – UK Oil, US Oil and Nat Gas.

Cryptocurrencies: 5 CFD crosses available for trading, BTC/USD, ETH/USD, LTC/USD, XRP/USD and BTC/JPY.

TradeviewMarkets Account types

  Innovative Liquidity Connector® X Leverage Tradeview Stocks
Commission$5.00 Per LotNoneClick here for details
Maximum leverage100:1400:13:1
Mobile PlatformcTrader Mobile, MT4 Mobile, ProprietaryMT5 Mobile
Trading PlatformcTrader, MT4, WebTrader, ProprietaryMT5
Spread TypeVariable Spread
Minimum Deposit10001000
Minimum Trade Size0.10.01None
Trailing Stops
Scalping Allowed
Hedging Allowed
Islamic Accounts-
  Innovative Liquidity Connector®
Commission $5.00 Per Lot
Maximum leverage 100:1
Typical Spread 0.1-0.4
Trading platform cTraderMT4WebTraderProprietary
Mobile platform cTrader MobileMT4 MobileProprietary
Spread type Variable Spread
Minimum deposit 1000
Minimum Trade Size 0.1
Trailing Stops
Scalping Allowed
Hedging Allowed
Islamic Accounts
  X Leverage
Maximum leverage 400:1
Typical Spread 1.6-3.3
Trading platform cTraderMT4WebTraderProprietary
Mobile platform cTrader MobileMT4 MobileProprietary
Spread type Variable Spread
Minimum deposit 100
Minimum Trade Size 0.01
Trailing Stops
Scalping Allowed
Hedging Allowed
Islamic Accounts
  Tradeview Stocks
Commission Click here for details
Maximum leverage 3:1
Trading platform MT5
Mobile platform MT5 Mobile
Spread type Variable Spread
Minimum deposit 0
Trailing Stops
Scalping Allowed
Hedging Allowed

Tradeview Markets proposes 2 different forex trading accounts intending to offer the best trading experience for all kinds of investors, with reliable trading platforms, excellent execution speeds and superior liquidity – translating in the best bid/offer for traders.

The broker follows an NDD/STP execution model, connecting traders to its multiple liquidity providers (LPs) venues to match the best possible market prices. Each Tradeview Markets account is available in Individual – for solo traders, Corporate and Joint models. Let’s check out Tradeview Markets’ trading accounts:

Tradeview Markets Innovative Liquidity Connector is the broker’s most competitively priced account, suitable for all traders, but particularly useful for scalpers, high-volume traders and those trading with Expert Advisors (EAs).

Spreads on the ILC account are floating, starting at 0.0 pip on major FX pairs, but with a below industry average trading commission of $5 per standard lot of 100,000 currency units ($2.50 per side, per lot). The ILC account is available with the MT4, MT5, cTrader and Currenex platforms, can be opened with a maximum leverage ratio of 100:1, and with an initial deposit of $1,000, or equivalent – the base currencies are USD, EUR, GBP and JPY.

Tradeview Markets X Leverage account is best suited for retail traders looking to trade only with the bid and ask prices, without any added commissions. Spreads on the X Leverage account are also floating, but investors can enjoy trading without extra commissions. The X Leverage account is also available with the MT4, MT5, cTrader and Currenex platforms, can be set up with a maximum leverage ratio of 400:1 and with an initial deposit of $100 or equivalent – the accepted base currencies are also USD, EUR, GBP and JPY.

Tradeview Markets also offers swap-free accounts for traders of Islamic belief, compliant with Sharia Law, particularly concerning the receiving of interest.

Regarding social trading and copy trading, Tradeview Markets offers PAMM accounts for money managers and a copy trading service through an in-house purposedly built software, the Tradeview Copier and its social trading website, the TradeGateHub.

For leveraged forex trading, Tradeview Markets maximum leverage ratio is 30:1 for clients of Tradeview Europe Ltd entity and clients of the Tradeview Ltd entity will have 100:1 on the Innovative Liquidity Connector account and 400:1 for the X Leverage account.

Currently, Tradeview Markets trading accounts are available in EUR, GBP, JPY and USD.

TradeviewMarkets Demo account

With a TradeviewMarkets demo account traders can test how this broker compares against its peers for its trading conditions and available range of markets. A TradeviewMarkets demo account is also the best way for novice traders to practise their trading skills in a safe environment, without risking real money.

Opening a TradeviewMarkets demo account takes around 15 minutes, and new users will need to register with the broker by filling in a form with very basic information; name and surname, a valid email address and then choose the trading platform and account type. Please note that to open a demo account, traders do not need to upload any verification document(s) to TradeviewMarkets, unless they are ready to open a live account.

After filling in all the required information, and pressing the red “Submit” button, the broker will send a welcome email with the login details for the account, and a link to download the platform selected previously.

Tradeview Markets packs its demo account with all of its 4 trading platforms, MT4 & MT5, c Trader and Currenex. After downloading and installing it on the machine, traders just need to log in with the demo account details, and try this CFDs broker – or install one of the MT4/MT5 mobile versions available on Google Play Store and Apple Store and use the same demo details to log in.

TradeviewMarkets demo account gives users the chance to test the broker's pricing and execution on several financial instruments, without risking any real money. The demo account can be tested for an unlimited period, as it is non-expiring and it is 100% risk-free. The funds are virtual and all the trades executed on the TradeviewMarkets demo account, both profitable trades and losses, are also virtual, of course.

Register for free and test your trading strategies, open a TradeviewMarkets demo trading account with no risk and no obligation now.

TradeviewMarkets Pricing

Account/Pricing Innovative Liquidity Connector X Leverage
EUR/USD Spread from 0.0 pip from 1.0 pip (Tradeview Ltd)
from 0.0 pip (Tradeview Europe Ltd)
EUR/USD Commission (1 lot) $5 $0 (Tradeview Ltd)
$7 (Tradeview Europe Ltd)
EUR/USD Swap rate
(17-11-2021)
  • Long: -0.456
  • Short: -0.020

Spreads and trading commissions

Tradeview Markets’ overall cost of trading and spreads are in line with other brokers. Still, the ILC account trading commissions are slightly more competitive, when compared with the ECN pricing from other brokers. The starting spread for the most popular cross, the EUR/USD pair, on the ILC account is 0.0 pip, variable, with a medium of 0.2 pip, plus a below industry average trading commission of $5 per round lot traded (100,000 currency units).

With a trading commission of $5 per traded lot Tradeview Markets can be competitive, compared with other top brokers, and to see how much it costs in total to trade 1 lot of EUR/USD, for example, we can convert the current trading commission of $5 into pips and add the average spread.

So, the result is 0.5 pip, plus, with an average spread of 0.2 pip, the total cost of trading 1 lot of EUR/USD, with the commission charged on the Innovative Liquidity Connector account, is 0.7 pip – quite below the 1 pip benchmark.

Tradeview Markets also offers the X Leverage account, without trading commissions, but this account pricing is slightly more expensive compared with the ILC account. Still, it does not require the same $1,000 capital to initiate trading, instead just $100.

Rollover rates

Tradeview Markets swap rates, as of 17-11-2021, and for the EUR/USD, stand at -4.56 for holding overnight a long position of 1 lot and at -0.20 for holding overnight a short position of 1 lot, with a 3-day swap charged on Fridays. We consider Tradeview Markets’ swap rates to be average when compared with the rollover rates offered by other top brokers.

TradeviewMarkets Deposits / Withdrawals

Deposit fees: Trading accounts can be opened in 4 different fiat currencies (EUR, GBP, JPY and USD) and maintained via 17 funding methods; debit/credit cards, bank transfers, and also the most popular e-wallets, including Fasapay, Neteller and Skrill.

Deposited funds are available almost immediately and Tradeview Markets does not charge any deposit fees. However, deposited funds via any accepted funding method might incur charges from the sending bank, e-wallet or service provider.

Minimum deposit: Opening a trading account with Tradeview Markets can be done online, taking around 10 minutes to complete the required forms and submit the ID confirmation documents. Currently, Tradeview Markets’ minimum deposit requirement to open a live account is 1,000 USD for the Innovative Liquidity Connector account and 100 USD for the X Leverage account – or the equivalent in the accepted account currencies.

Withdrawal fees: Tradeview Markets does not charge clients fees for most withdrawal processors. However, there's a 35 USD bank wire fee and a 1% to 1.5% withdrawal fee for Skrill and Neteller withdrawals. Following strict AML policies, Tradeview Markets only allows funds to be withdrawn to the same account from which the funds were originally deposited.

Tradeview Ltd requires a scanned copy of a passport/government-issued identification (with photo) to process any withdrawal. Failure to submit a photo ID will result in a delay in withdrawal requests. For more information, please visit the Tradeview Markets deposit and withdrawals dedicated page.

Inactivity fee: Currently, Tradeview Markets charges an inactivity fee. Trading accounts remaining inactive for six (6) months will be charged an inactive account fee of 50 USD. Also, to note that Tradeview Ltd failure to charge such a fee does not waive or invalid its right to deduct the inactivity fee in the future.

TradeviewMarkets Popularity

Tradeview Markets is somehow popular with traders, for its no-frills accounts and good execution conditions. Still, Tradeview Markets lacks visibility and popularity when compared with other top brokers, maybe due to the lack of strong regulations from the tier-2 CIMA financial authority to boost its credibility with the trading community, who might not feel entirely safe with their funds.

With several thousand accounts opened in over 15 years of business, Tradeview Markets does have its fair market share and has managed to capture the attention of several traders – especially savvy traders looking for a broker with good trading platforms, with a special note for the Currenex platform, ideal for professional traders.

Tradeview Markets offers several important features to boost its popularity, mainly, the competitive pricing of the ILC account, no fees on deposits, the excellent ECN trading environment with direct access to the markets, a hand-picked range of financial instruments, its institutional services and a good range of trading education materials and tools – with a highlight for the TradeGateHub, a learning centre for professional traders, packed with investment ideas and a place to showcase a trader’s talents to a large and active community of traders.

Popular trading account: Tradeview Markets ILC account is the popular choice with traders for its lower spreads and with a competitive commission of $5 per traded lot ($2.5 per side/lot).

Trading education

Tradeview Markets also deserves some extra popularity points for their excellent range of forex and trading education materials, available through the “Trading Tools” tab on its website. Tradeview Markets users can check out the broker’s forex education glossary, the mini CFD trading course, watch and learn with educational videos, use a couple of great trading calculators, register with the TradeGateHub and check out professional traders strategies in real-time, and make informed decisions with Tradeview Markets’ fundamental & technical analysis reports.

Research & education materials available on TradeviewMarkets website
FX Courses - money management, how to trade the markets, etc.
Market Analysis - daily or weekly market reports
Webinars - live, online trading education with experts
WebTV - live video stream of financial news
Trading Videos - trading education videos
Trading eBooks - trading education literature
Trading Strategies - technical analysis strategies
Trading Tools - calculators, economic calendar, etc.
Market Signals - suggested buy/sell entries with TP and SL levels

TradeviewMarkets Promotions


TradeviewMarkets FAQs

What is Tradeview Markets’ Innovative Liquidity Connector?

Tradeview Markets’ Innovative Liquidity Connector (ILC) is a trading account, offered with an ECN trading environment and with the best bid/offer from over 50 different banks (including Nomura, JP Morgan, Citibank and UBS) and prime liquidity providers.

For its ILC offering Tradeview Markets has partnered with over 50 selected LPs to deliver access to competitive pricing via a BBO (Best Bid/Best Offer) system. Tradeview Markets ILC account is offered with raw ECN pricing, has zero markups, and has a very low commission cost of $2.50 per standard lot, per side.

The ECN technology used by the Tradeview Markets ILC account allows the broker the ability to aggregate its LPs, build an order book and provide a best bid best offer to its clients. The Innovative Liquidity Connector account has no volume minimum and positive slippage is not filtered.

The ILC account trading servers are located in the London LD4 data centre of CNS. They are connected via a fibreglass cable connection to the many liquidity partners.

What is the Tradeview Markets’ MT4 Bridge?

Tradeview Markets MT4 Bridge is a plug-in for the MetaQuotes software, precisely, the MetaTrader 4 trading platform. The plug-in enables a server running MetaTrader 4 to offload risk to another MetaTrader 4 server.

Any user with its MT4 server may not want to release all functionality to another firm. With the Tradeview Markets MT4 Bridge plug-in, users retain all functionality with the ability to delegate certain accounts to the Bridge.

As the user passes risk over the Bridge, the accounts are represented as one omnibus account and hidden on the bridged server. All the back-office maintenance is still under the user’s control. The Tradeview Markets MT4 Bridge plug-in also allows users to control leverage, and contract size. Such calculations are done over the bridge and do not have to match up on both servers.

This solution is provided to users as a product and not some recommended configuration. Users will be physically provided with the Tradeview Markets MT4 Bridge plug-in and a step-by-step guideline to install a working solution.

The team at Tradeview Markets will work with users to provide the plug-in and make sure it is installed correctly on the user’s server. Users can request an NDA and a technical representative will get in touch to help set up an omnibus account. When the NDA has been returned, Tradeview Markets will send the installation information, contact information and account information for viewing the new MT4 bridge solution.

What is the TradeGateHub?

The TradeGateHub is a centralised social trading platform where registered users can interact in real-time with the most respected and sought-after professional traders.

The TradeGateHub is also a good source for institutional analysis of several financial instruments, covering the main asset classes; FX, equities, indices, commodities and cryptocurrencies. The institutional analysis can help traders in filtering the market noise by serving the relevant data to make informed decisions.

The Hub is also a learning education centre, where users can learn through the great educational content and interact with TradeGateHub speakers and guest speakers. Updated in real-time with market news, users can stay well informed with all the latest updates from the most reliable news sources in one place.

The TradeGateHub is free to registered users and the community is built with traders, for traders, who want to share their knowledge. Users can discover new investment ideas but also showcase their trading talents to a large and active community of traders. Users can create charts and share them directly on the Trading Room.

TradeGateHub’s community is built solely on interactions of talented traders who are helping each other prosper. The platform does not pay authors and does not buy articles. For more info, visit the TradeGateHub page.

What is the Tradeview Markets Surf’s Up?

Tradeview Markets Surf’s Up is the broker’s market analysis and blog platform, available to everyone – clients and traders looking for the latest market information and data.

The platform is divided into the latest news covering stocks and forex. Users can also find the educational section with great articles and trading strategies and the Tradeview Academy, the best free way to learn how to trade online different asset classes, including forex, stocks and cryptocurrencies.

The Tradeview Academy issues a trading certification to completed courses, plus alternative free-standing courses like Introducing Broker programs, and more. Click the following links to visit the Tradeview Markets Surf’s Up or to enrol on the next available course, the Tradeview Academy.

What are the Tradeview Markets trading platforms?

Tradeview Markets offers 4 platforms for registered accounts with the Tradeview Ltd entity and 2 platforms for accounts registered with the Tradeview Europe Ltd entity.

Investors registering a live trading account – Innovative Liquidity Connector and X Leverage – with the Tradeview Ltd entity (regulated by the CIMA authority) can trade on MT4, MT5, cTrader and Currenex.

Investors registering a trading account – the ILC and X Leverage – with the Tradeview Europe Ltd (regulated by the Malta FSA) can trade with MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5.

For a complete overview of all the platforms, including the tradable instruments and other platform features, international traders can visit the Tradeview Ltd platforms page, and European traders can visit the Tradeview Europe Ltd platforms page.

Tradeview Markets review - final considerations.

We conclude our Tradeview Markets review with our final considerations regarding this CFDs broker. Tradeview Markets stands out for its excellent NDD/STP direct market access and execution, connecting traders to 50 banks and prime liquidity providers.

The ILC account boosts competitive pricing on a carefully selected range of financial instruments, including FX, indices, shares, commodities and cryptos, enough to satisfy, and diversify, the trading portfolio of any investor.

Also positively, the zero fees policy implemented by Tradeview Markets regarding deposits and the multitude of accepted deposit methods is one of the great features of this broker.

The ECN trading environment offered by Tradeview Markets, with good execution speeds and low latency times, allows for reliable transactions, with instant execution and fast order filling. Tradeview Markets clients are also offered an excellent range of trading platforms, even the professional-graded Currenex platform, and the complete suite of MetaTrader (and cTrader) platforms where traders are allowed to hedge, scalp and use automated trading systems, with no restrictions.

Overall, the option of trading with a highly regulated entity (Tradeview Markets Europe), the excellent trading platforms, the competitive price offered on the ILC account, the attractive zero-fees on deposits, merged with a low initial deposit of 100 USD (or equivalent in other accepted currencies) on its X Leverage account, position this CFD broker on the top 15 brokers for popularity with traders opening a trading account in 2021.

TradeviewMarkets User rating

4.8

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Based on user reviews from Tradeview Markets’ verified customers, with a live trading account, this broker is recommended for its good order execution and favourable conditions. Traders were also pleased with Tradeview Markets’ cTrader spreads and commissions, the PAMM account and some traders praised the customer service for their responsiveness and efficiency.

Negatively, we couldn’t find anything worth noting, as it seems, Tradeview Markets traders are quite happy with the broker, with its online trading conditions and overall services.

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Risk warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Regional Restrictions: The services and products offered by Tradeview Ltd are not being offered within the United States (US) and are not being offered to US Persons, as defined under US law. The information on the Tradeview Markets website (Intl) is not directed to residents of any country where FX and/or CFDs trading is restricted or prohibited by local laws or regulations.