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.
|Address||38 Birmingham Drive Middleton Christchurch, New Zealand, 8024|
|Free phone||Russia Toll Free (Russian customers only) 8 800 5558533, India Toll Free (Indian customers only) 000 800 100 7390|
|24 hour support|
|Interest charges on the balance|
|Forex contests, competitions|
|Trading by phone|
|24 hour trading|
|Digits after the dot in quotes||5|
|Minimum position size||100|
|Pip spread on majors||1.8-2|
|Standard account, $||200|
|Mini account, $||1|
|Other payment methods|
|Popular payment methods||Card Payment, Bank Transfer, WebMoney, OKPAY, Western Union, Internal Transfer, EcoBank, GTBank|
|Account currencies||USD, JPY|
|Other instruments||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|
|Regulation||FSPR (New Zealand)|
This broker is reliable, it's regulator is pretty good, which I've never had to use in all the time I'v been trading with this broker, The broker has it's own terminal, nettradex, where it's easier to do anaytics and build graphic figures. Although the terminal takes time to get used to.
I've been trading with this broker since the beginning of 2013. I use both terminals for trading which are available - MT4 and Nettrader. Both terminals work really well and fast. I trade longterm, IFCMarkets offers good conditions for it.
They give a chance to create my own instrument for trading. It’s cool! But I’d rather choose out of its range provided in PCI Library. In general the broker provide rather interesting education material and various consultations of its managers from the customer support service. If I have any questions, I usually turn to them and they render me assistance. Of course here there is my favorite MT 4 with web terminal and instant execution only. I prefer floating spreads and IFC Markets offers only fixed ones but tight enough so there are no problems while trading.
My summary is that they are bad. I’ve been trading for half a year. If you want to make your deposit dead, try this broker. They offer NetTradeX - their own platform with a range of analytical capabilities as they say, but I prefer the time proved solutions and trade on MetaTrader 4 platform. MT4 usually is easy to use within almost any operating system but here trading is continuously interrupted due to server problems. Scalping here is really dangerous, though usually this platform is scalping friendly because it is flexible. The broker claims the tight fixed spreads but in real life they are doubled. I am moving to other broker.
This company deceives people by persuading them to deposit by any means. They invite people to job interviews and make them open real accounts with their own money allegedly for educational purposes. After a novice trader loses its deposit they throw them away to fill the vacancy with fresh credulous idiots.