AvaTrade Review

AvaTrade Review

  • Website
  • Trading Platforms
  • Support

AvaTrade has been an innovative pioneer in online trading since 2006. Ava Capital Markets Ltd is incorporated in Ireland and has regional offices and sales centers in Paris, Dublin, Milan, Tokyo, Sydney and New York.  It is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and is a licensed investment firm compliant with MiFID. It is also licensed and regulated in Australia by ASIC.

AVA has received numerous awards for maintaining the highest standards in customer service, trade executions, pricing transparency, and advanced trading tools. AvaTrade has recently been granted the Security of Funds Excellence Award for 2013 by investing.com.

Accounts and Platforms

AvaTrade provides its customers with a wide range of trading benefits including  all the tools and resources needed to commence trading. There are four different trading accounts as well as several trading platforms including their own proprietary platform, the AvaTrader, and the popular MetaTrader 4.

In addition, the brokerage offers mobile trading for most of today’s smart phones, as well as integration with some of the top automated trading services such as Mirror, ZuluTrade and API Trading, which allow traders to have trades implemented directly onto their AvaTrade accounts.

Deposits to new AvaTrade accounts can be as low as $100 with a 100% bonus. They offer a demo account with virtual trading in any of their markets, including stocks, currencies, commodities and indices. There is also an Islamic trading account for those who follow the Sharia laws which do not allow money to accumulate interest overnight.


The AvaTrade website is available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish,  and Greek. It is informative and user –friendly. Support is provided with a 24-hour customer service chat line and email is also available.

Maximum leverage is  400:1 with a $5000 minimum trade. Their three major spreads are EUR/USD, GBP/USD  and  USD/JPY.