Fusion markets is a trader heavy forex & CFD broker. In this review, we will deep dive into the platform, products, pricing, and overall experience.
Fusion markets top-level summary
Fusion markets is a regulated broker that mostly provides trading products. You can choose from MT4 or metatrader5 on both desktop and mobile. The broker offers a free demo to judge for yourself.
If you are into copying other traders, Fusion+ provides copy trading functionality. Autotrade is also a possibility but through MT4.
Whilst all products are available on each platform, the total products are somewhat limited. CFDs, Forex & Crypto pairs are the main and only offering Fusion markets provide.
When trading, pricing is very favorable with a 0 average pip spread and similar costs for CFDs. However, there is a 2.25 AUD commission per trade.
Deposit at Fusion markets is free with no minimum and can be done through transfers, credit cards, or electronic wallets.
When considering withdrawals, the broker is very accommodating with bank transfers, credit cards, and e-wallets as choices. Withdrawal is free unless international transfers are required. In that case, 20 AUD is charged.
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