Markevita is dealing center founded in 2009. The broker head office is headquarted in Moscow, Russian Federation. The broker offwrs it's client trading on accounts srtarting from $5 with 100:1 leverage.
|24 hour support|
|24 hour trading|
|Digits after the dot in quotes||5|
|Minimum position size||0.1|
|Pip spread on majors||1-3|
|Standard account, $||5|
|Mini account, $||5|
|Popular payment methods||WebMoney|
|Account currencies||USD, EUR|
Several years of experience trading with Marketiva and there is no doubt that this company is the right choice. It's regulated by most respectable regulatory bodies in industry. There are several languages for customer support, no problems with registration and account maintenance. Communication with the back office and support is available for all customers. The registration process took me few days. And what's more important is I can withdraw money for up to two business days. If you profit of course))
Broker is not convenient in some cases. I wouldn't say it is bad, however I need to make some manipulations to get my trading strategies work. If you want to trade particular currency pair in the same direction by opening two or more orders, you can't do so. It's not allowed. If you want, let’s say, 2 long gbpusd orders with different take profits, you need to open second account. Otherwise broker will make it as one market order with one take profit. The same problem if you want to hedge position. I think, if you have multiple orders with different parameters, it would be better to open account where all trades can be processes with different take profits and stop losses.
Lots of server disconnects. The risk of possible disruptions when placing trades is too high. There are two explanations why broker has these problems. First is because company uses old systems to process trades. The second reason is that it is not preventing them to make profit by using old technologies. From my point of view, it's not a good place for trading because you can't seriously rely on this broker. It’s ok if you trade 0.01 lot per contract, but when my lot size starts from five lots per contact… You can’t seriously consider this firm as you partner in a long run.