The +500M Pounds Fall of Plus500

By | June 6, 2015

Plus500 is a company which offers online trading services to retail customers. More specifically, you can trade almost anything you can think of: forex, indices, commodities, shares, ETFs. The company was founded in 2008 by six Israeli men, alumni of Technion Institute of Technology, with an initial investment of $400k. It was listed on the Alternative Investment Market of the London stock-exchange in July 2013. Continues here

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  1. Dim An

    Was just about to try +500 for stock trading couple of weeks ago. Seemed strange that there was a warning on their front page saying they can’t accept new accounts and withdrawal requests due to some check. A week later it switched to “we can’t open a new account as UK +500, but you can open it with Cyprus +500”. After that I couldn’t consider the company seriously. Actually, their trading platform (at least as seen with demo account) is one of the worst I’ve ever seen.


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