No matter your trading experience, trade with confidence at AvaTrade.
AvaTrade was founded in 2006 with the mission to help people trade with confidence, regardless of their current level of trading knowledge. They aim to empower their traders to reach their full potential through education and innovation as well as top class customer support and access to state of the art trading platforms.
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What does AvaTrade do?
AvaTrade is a major player in the world of online trading, especially the ever-expanding world of forex trading. They offer a reliable, user-oriented trading environment in partnership with their multiple high quality trading platforms. AvaTrade also pride themselves on customer service and education, giving their traders access to detailed trading education for all levels, including videos, articles, e-books and daily market analysis to help their traders have the best possible trading experience.
What are the benefits of trading with AvaTrade?
- Choice- AvaTrade is constantly expanding its trading options.
- Trading Platforms- Choose from of two manual trading platforms: MT4 and AvaTradeGo as well as multiple automated platforms.
- Service- Customer service representatives available 24/5 (24/7 for crypto trading) in 14 languages.
- Support- AvaTrade’s support team are available by phone, email and live chat.
- Education-Constantly improve your trading skills with access to videos, articles, e books, market analysis and more.
- Security- AvaTrade is licensed as a regulated broker in the EU, Japan, Australia, South Africa and the British Virgin Islands.
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How safe is my investment?
As with all forms of trading, your capital is always at risk. However there are numerous regulators around the world that make sure the companies you trade with do everything they can to protect your money. AvaTrade is a global company and as such is regulated by multiple global regulators including: The Central Bank of Ireland, the B.V.I Financial Services Commission, the ASIC, the South African Financial Services Board, the FSA and the FFAJ (Japan).