IFC Markets Review

IFC Markets is a trademark of the IFCM Group. Its activity is connected with development and execution of different projects in the area of financial technologies. IFC Markets is an International Financial company providing services in trading currency pairs, precious metals, Index CFDs, Stock CFDs, Commodity CFDs. In addition, IFC Markets has launched an innovative trading method GeWorko, through which it is possible to create personal composite instruments (PCI) in the trading-analytic platform NetTradeX and instantly obtain their  price history. 

 

The main goal of IFC Markets is to provide clients with top-level services, including: trade without request, no matter what volume of trade you are performing, instant execution of all kinds of orders, low spreads, contact capability within a few minutes from any part of the world, and 24-hour tech support. IFC Markets is currently involved in creating of subsidiary branches in different regions and countries worldwide.

 

The company offers a competitive partnership program with commission starting from 10$ to 15$ per 1 standard lot. The most important feature that distinguishes IFC Markets from other companies is the provision of its own new-generation trading-platform NetTradeX. This program is the result of several years work of highly-qualified programmers of the NetTradeX Company, also included in the group.

 

IFC Markets trading information

 

Minimum position size 100
Pip spread on majors 1.8-2
Spread Type fixed
Maximum Leverage 400:1
ECN, $  
Standard account, $ 200
Micro account, $ 1
Popular payment methods Card Payment, Bank Transfer, WebMoney, OKPAY, Western Union, Internal Transfer, EcoBank, GTBank
Account currencies USD, JPY
Available assets Currency Pairs, Precious Metals, CFDs for Indices, CFDs for Stocks, CFDs for Commodities, Golden Instruments
Languages English, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Farsi, Turkish, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese(Simplified), Chinese(Traditional), Indonesian
Platforms NetTradeX, MetaTrader4
Broker type  
Regulation FSPR (New Zealand)
Foundation 2006