Previously known as Azurite Markets Limited, CityPoint Trading began life in 2008 in one of the financial capitals of the world, London, and since then it grown to become one of the largest online brokers in the world.
Although still based in the UK, Citypoint Trading now serves clients across the world through a bi-lingual platform with customer service agents fluent in both English and Arabic.
CitypointTrading.com’s Special FX:
To give clients a greater sense of how each potential trade may go, Citypoint provides a profit and loss calculator which analyses the currency pair, contract size and number of pips to generate a net result. While this tool may be somewhat redundant for experienced traders, it’s something that novice traders will find particularly useful. Indeed, because it’s not always obvious from the movements of a currency what that’s worth in real terms, this tool is a great for traders just learning the nuances of the market.
Another standout feature of Citypoint Trading is their training facilities. Conducted either online or offline, clients can benefit from the sage advice of CF30 qualified dealers who know exactly how to turn a profit in the sometimes volatile world of Forex trading.
Citypoint Trading offers clients the use of the Vertex trading platform which operates through window and not java. Boasting a number of features, the FX portal contains real time charts, more than 50 indicators, in-built trading programs and one-click dealing. Moreover, this platform allows you to take advantage of multi-position closing as well as a fully customised plug-ins.
For those that aren’t well versed in the nuances of the Vertex platform, a free demo account with full access the live market is available. This account offers a virtual bankroll and unlimited functionality for a period of 30 days.
Trading at Citypoint can be conducted from as little as $500 and on the site’s mini account users can enjoy tight spreads from 2 pips and leverage of 1:100. On top of this, minimum trading positions start from 0.1 lot and currencies are counted to 4 digits past the comma.