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Maximizing Returns with Plus500 in Switzerland
Plus500 in Switzerland now offers trading accounts for Swiss traders. Plus500’s Swiss availability, regulatory status, Swiss trader benefits, and commonly asked questions. By the end of the article, you’ll know if you can access Plus500 services on the Swiss market.
What is Plus500?
The Plus500 CFD platform allows customers to trade over 2,500 global financial instruments. These include equities and commodities, options, ETFs (exchange-traded funds), Forex, and cryptocurrency.
Plus500 is licensed and regulated by the UK, Australia, and Cyprus. It also has licenses in Israel, New Zealand, and South Africa. Plus500 is listed in the Main Market on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol PLUS. It’s a component of the FTSE 250 Index (Britain’s leading shares index). The Financial Report of co, published at the end of 2020, showed that the platform was home to over 430k traders.
Accessible from various operating systems and browsers (Windows, iOS and Android, Surface, and Surface), the trading platform allows you to trade on multiple platforms.
Plus500 Financial instruments offered by Plus500
Plus 70 CFDs for currency pairs, including majors, minors, and exotics.
1,500 CFDs for stocks from 17 major Stock Exchanges. These include the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), Nasdaq (NASDAQ), London Stock Exchange (LSE), and Xetra.
86 CFDs available on ETFs offered by asset managers such as iShares Vanguard Invesco VanEck SPDR ProShares, Direxion VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEck VanEeck VanEck VanEck
CFDs are available on 22 commodities, including Gold and Oil. These two commodities are the most traded.
Plus500 offers 27 CFDs for indices, including four industrial indices: Cannabis, Real Estate Crypto, and NYSE FANG+.
CFDs for 20 options. (Assisting: Commodities Indices and 10 CFDs based on shares’ options).
CFDs on eight coins and crypto pairs.
How to open a trading account with Plus500 Switzerland
To open an account at Plus500 in Switzerland, you must complete the process online.
- Upload your ID, proof of residence (electricity bills, water bills, etc.) and register through the Broker’s App. Through the Broker’s app, you can register and upload an ID and proof of address (electricity bills, water bills, etc.
- After the administration approves your new account, you can deposit money. Credit Cards, bank transfers, or electronic wallets like PayPal and Skrill are the most common methods of depositing and withdrawing cash.
- Plus500 will apply your funds to the account, and you will be ready to start trading.
How do I start trading at Plus500?
Plus500 offers a simple way to invest in the financial markets through a trading application called WebTrader. To buy CFDs, such as Apple or UBS shares, the app is designed so that investors can start trading quickly and without much knowledge.
- Open the trading account, as described before.
- deposit money,
- Search “Apple” and “UBS” in Plus500’s trading platform.
- Press the “Buy” button.
Plus500’s Minimum Deposit in Switzerland
The good news is that we have left the best for last: opening a real account only requires 100 USD (or the equivalent amount in Swiss Francs).
Plus500 is a reliable international trading platform that gives you live, direct access to the global market in CFDs for multiple asset classes. Trade safely, and good luck.
Is Plus500 available for traders in Switzerland?
Yes, Plus500 is accessible to traders in Switzerland.
What can I trade on Plus500?
Plus500 offers various instruments, including stocks, indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies, and forex pairs.
Is Plus500 regulated?
Yes, Plus500 is authorized and regulated by reputable financial authorities.
How can I deposit funds on Plus500?
Plus500 provides various payment methods, including credit/debit cards, bank transfers, and electronic wallets.
Are there any downsides to using Plus500?
While Plus500 offers numerous advantages, it also has an inactivity fee for dormant accounts and relatively limited educational resources.