Minimum Deposit: 10$
Demo Account: Yes
Regulation: CySec, NFA
Signals: Free Trading Alerts
In light of the ESMA restrictions in the EU, BDSwiss have taken the decision to focus on forex and CFD trading only.
BDSwiss was established in 2012 and offers Forex and CFD trading. They are regulated by CySec under the following License number: 199/13.
Their registration number is: 300153 and their address for BDSwiss Holding PLC is: Apostolou Andrea Street 11, Hyper Tower, 5th Floor, 4007 Mesa Yeitonia, Limassol, Cyprus.
You can reach BDSwiss by phone on the following number: +4969175368641.
BDSwiss is a member of the investor compensation fund:
“This fund is a private legal entity, which will compensate client’s non-invested capital up to €20,000 in the event of the company’s liquidation.” – BDSwiss.
The brand also offer the ‘sub-zero account‘. This allows traders to let their account balance go below zero – effectively offering credit. This might prove a useful feature for traders looking to act quickly after spotting an opportunity. Terms and conditions apply, and traders need to use the feature responsibly.
BDSwiss boast a bespoke platform that delivers FX/CFD, where a free demo account is also available.
How To Place A Trade At BDSwiss
- Select the asset or market – Choose from Forex, commodities or indices for example
- Select the volume – The size of the trade, tailor it to manage risk and reward
- Set any risk management levels – stop loss or take profit
- Select the direction of the price – Will the price rise or fall?
BDSwiss offer 250+ assets to trade, and with markets operating around the globe, the platform is available 24/7
The trading charts on the platform use Line or Candlestick format. You may also choose among the following time frames: 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 minutes and 4 hours, Daily, Weekly and Monthly.
A number of indicators that can be directly inserted to your charts are:
- Moving Averages
- Bollinger Bands
- Fibonacci Retracements.
The platform for the Forex trading very advanced. You can integrate to MetaTrader 4 with loads of indicators, technical tools and many more settings.
BDSwiss offer CFDs and traditional spot forex trading.
Trading Software and Features
Payouts will vary based on performance of the underlying asset. The use of stop losses and take profit orders can ensure some structure and limits when trading. This allows traders to monitor their risk.
The asset list at BDSwiss covers forex, commodities and indices (as well as some treasuries). There are over 250 assets including cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
Live chat is available in English, German and Italian which is very good. All you need to access the live chat is an email address and a user name. Telephone and email support is also available – telephone support is delivered locally in 16 different nations.
The firm are now also offering something called the sub-zero account. This allows a trader account balance to drop below zero. Effectively allowing user to trade ‘on credit’. Certain terms and conditions apply, and traders should stick to the maxim of “never trade with money you cannot afford to lose”. But the feature is a helpful one for responsible traders who might want to take advantage of market quickly.
Terms & Conditions
Always check the terms and conditions of the firm you wish to deposit with. We have reviewed those at BDSwiss and would highlight the following:
A dormant account fee is applied after 6 months which is more than enough time to learn and have the time to be active on the platform. If however you remain inactive after 6 months, a 10% fee will be deducted from your account ranging from minimum 25 Euros but NOT more than 49.90 Euros.
BDSwiss offer reasonably quick withdrawals, with processing taking 3-5 days. They recently added to their range of deposit options (wire transfer, debit and credit cards and e-wallet solutions). They want traders to be able to use local, familiar payment methods, so offer a good spread of deposit choices.
BDSwiss recently opened a new service for clients – offering free trading alerts. In addition the signals themselves, the service also includes entry and exit points. This allows traders to better judge the quality and strength of the signals – plus the all important element of timing.
Signals can lead to over trading, but as these are offered free, they are a low risk way to try them out and see how accurate they are long term.