Plus500 – £20 Bonus

Ever wanted to try your hand at the stock market but not known how?

With Plus500 you can use their demo mode to practise for free on real live markets around the world! If you want to then take the step to use real money you can without paying any commission on trades.

We have been trying Plus500 out ourselves in the past week to check it all out and make sure it's worth sharing here. It is! Even if you don't use real money, you'll learn a lot about this industry and get a real insight into the world most know little about.

Having said that, you do get £20 to trade (T&Cs apply) simply for verifying your details, which you are then able to use in the markets.

Importantly, Plus500 UK LTD is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The company and trading platform are leading the way in opening up stock market, commodity and forex trading to anyone with their easy to use software and free demo mode.

You can access your account online, with their software, or as an App on the iPhone, iPad or Android device. Find out more and download Plus500 here.

Legal notice: Your capital is at risk. Plus500 is a CFDs service.

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2 Responses to “Plus500 – £20 Bonus”

  1. Ash

    30. Aug, 2013

    Thank you for the deal.
    I have a small query..
    Can we do this trading in India. I am a student studying in India.
    N if yes how am I to go about it?

    Thanx in advance!

    • Jake Butler

      06. Sep, 2013

      Hi Ash,

      As far as we’re aware you can do the trading from India.

      I would download the Plus500 software to see if it’ll work with your location.

      Thanks, Jake.


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