1. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Introduction
  2. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Account Types And Requirements
  3. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Commission Structure
  4. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Trading Platforms And Customer Support
  5. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Additional Information
  6. Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Conclusion

Easy-Forex offers four different types of accounts depending on the minimum deposit, desired deal size and margin-to-risk desired. The primary difference between the accounts - other than the qualifiers - are the spreads and customer service available. Other differences include access to market update calls, custom technical analysis reports and live market SMS alerts.

The four types of accounts include:

Mini - With a $25 minimum deposit and $5,000 minimum deal size, the mini account is the most basic entry-level option that still includes one-on-one training, live chat and access to all platform features.

Gold - With a $500 minimum deposit and $50,000 minimum deal size, the gold account includes extra features on top of the mini account, such as a personal dealer, dealing room chat and dealing room special offers.

Platinum - With a $5,000 minimum deposit and a $250,000 minimum deal size, the platinum account includes all the standard features, plus higher dealing room leverage and a professional charting package.

VIP - With a $10,000 minimum deposit and a $500,000 minimum deal size, the VIP account is the most sophisticated package available, with additional features such as market update calls by dealers, call levels by dealers and custom technical analysis reports.

These accounts are eligible to trade not only currencies, but also various oil, silver and gold contracts. Easy-Forex also offers some unique account features, such as Freeze Rate Facilities - that only execute at a certain rate - and one-click trading with speedy buying and selling; these trades can be carried out with very little to no delay.

Forex Broker Summary: Easy Forex: Commission Structure

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