About the company Capex
Capex is a worldwide broker that offers more than 2,100 trading products in forex, indices, cryptocurrencies, ETFs, bonds, and stocks. This overview goes through the account kinds available, as well as spreads, leverage, platforms, and other topics.
Capex (formerly CFD Worldwide) is a Cypriot global firm that was created in 2016. Key Way Investments Limited operates the brokerage firm, which has been the official trading partner of the Juventus football team since 2016. Capital expenditures are controlled by CySEC, FSCA, and ADGM in several jurisdictions and are registered with national authorities across the world, including the UK. Please keep in mind that the broker does not allow traders from the United States, Canada, or Japan.
Capex offers two trading platforms: WebTrader and MetaTrader 5.
Participants can trade on the widely used MT5 platform. Among traders, the internet system is a widely known and trusted solution. The platform’s dashboard offers an easy-to-use interface that is fully customizable and includes comprehensive statistics. Users gain from the following:
- 30 built-in KPIs
- Up to 10 charts may be run at once
- User-friendly control panels
- Instant execution
- 9 periods
- Watch lists
- 2000 custom indicators
For more skilled traders, Capex also has a WebTrader platform. With 6 chart styles, 90 popular indicators, advanced analytical tools, and Trading Central, which gives analysis and guidance from financial professionals, the platform is completely customizable. The platform is available on any device and does not require a download.
For iOS and Android smartphones, Capex offers its app. The app gives you safe access to your trading account and offers you all of the tools you need to trade on the move. Among other things, you can start and terminate deals, deposit, and withdraw cash. More than 200 people also left good feedback, praising the user-friendliness of the site. On the App Store and Google Play, you can download the Capex mobile app.
Mobile applications for iOS and Android are also available for the MT5 and WebTrader platforms. With certain limits in charting and viewing capabilities, each mobile version provides the same capability and access to sophisticated tools as desktop terminals. The mobile solution, on the other hand, has good client evaluations and ratings.
Clients can trade over 2100 instruments:
- Forex – GBPUSD and USDJPY are only two of the 55 main, minor, and exotic currency pairings available.
- Cryptocurrencies – Trade with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Ripple, among other cryptocurrencies.
- Stocks – There are over 2000 firms to choose from, including Netflix, Google, and Apple.
- Bonds – There are four CFDs available for corporate, municipal, and government bonds.
- Commodities – gold, oil, coffee, and gas are among the 18 commodities available.
- Indexes – There are 26 main indices, including the S& P 500 and the JAPAN225.
- Blends – there are over 15 CFDs available, including e-commerce and cannabis.
- ETFs – there are around 30 ETF products available, including SQQQ and USO.
Spreads and prices
Except for a few set spreads on certain currency pairings, most Capex spreads are floating. The spread is 0.01 pips. The main GBPUSD and EURUSD pairings have typical spreads of 1.8. The FTSE100 has typical spreads of 1.2 and 0.65. A swap is not required for Islamic accounts. Otherwise, you will be charged each night by Capex. The MT5 platform has a method for calculating exchange fees. Fixed and variable spreads make money on capital investments. As a result, there is no commission charged by the broker.
According to ESMA standards, retail clients’ leverage starts at 1: 2 and is limited at 1:30. Professional customers, on the other hand, can trade with leverage of up to 1: 300. The necessary information for each instrument may be found on the website’s trading terms page. Initial and Maintenance Margin, Leverage, Carryover Percentage, and Trader Trends may all be found here.
Capex offers a $ 100 minimum deposit requirement and does not charge any deposit fees.
The following are the deposit options:
- Visa and Mastercard credit/debit cards (Instant)
- Skrill, Neteller, Maestro, and other electronic wallets (3-5 days)
- Direct Deposit – (Instant)
The withdrawal of monies may only be done in the same manner as the payment. Within one business day, all withdrawal requests are completed.
To establish an account with Capex, go to the broker’s website and register in the upper right corner. To gain access to CFDs, you must also submit documents and pass the “Compliance Test,” which assesses your trading knowledge. You may log into your account in the same place once you become a member. Capex provides three types of accounts, each with its own set of charges and features:
- Essential- To start this account, a minimum deposit of $1,000 is required. Both platforms are available to account holders, as well as a sample account, restricted access to a video library, market overviews and financial research, daily analyst ratings, and a dedicated account representative two days a week.
- Original – To start this account, a deposit of $ 5,000 is advised. Account members enjoy all of the benefits of the Essential package, plus open access to research and exclusive trading conditions.
- Subscription – This account is for experienced traders or corporate clients who want to trade regularly. To start this account, a deposit of US $ 25,000 is recommended. Full access to a video library, a dedicated weekday customer care representative with one-on-one appointments, and access to Trading Central are among the additional services.
All account types, as previously stated, demand a minimum deposit of $100.
Capex doesn’t provide a free trial account. All account-type packages, however, contain a demo account. This trial account is ideal for traders of all levels who wish to try out all of the platform’s features while putting their trading strategies to the test without risking any money.
Regulation and licensing
The trusted regulators CySEC (license number 292/16), FSCA (license number 37166), and ADGM oversee capital spending (license number 190005). Government authorities all across the globe have registered the corporation. An extensive list of laws and permissions demonstrates the dependability of capital investments. As a result, clients must be certain that the broker is not involved in any fraudulent operations. Capex also provides negative balance protection to all clients, ensuring that consumers do not lose more than their initial deposit.
Capex offers a beginner-friendly learning academy. The application features a large collection of educational videos, most of which are focused on Forex trading. A large financial vocabulary is also available on the site.
- Market Analysis – The website publishes articles summarizing financial developments regularly. These market forecasts and computations can aid traders in making trading choices and evaluating risk management techniques.
- Events Calendar – There’s also an economic calendar and a list of public holidays on the website.
- Webinars – Webinars are presented by Capex’s Chief Market Analyst and give examples of techniques from time to time.
- Market News – In addition to daily market news from throughout the world, Capex offers daily market news.
- Secure entry
- Discount rates
- Instructional videos
- MT5 and WebTrader
- Over 2100 instruments
- Money held in a separate bank.
- Residents of the United States, Canada, and Japan are barred from participating.
- There are few choices for withdrawal.
- There are no social trading platforms available.