Summary

Recommended for spread, forex and CFD traders looking for a great trading platform and quality customer service

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Trade Nation is a global forex and CFD broker that was founded in 2014. It is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), the Financial Sector Conduct Authority Commission (FSCA), and the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB).

Trade Nation is considered safe because it is regulated by several top-tier financial authorities.

Disclaimer: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 69.9% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Overall Rating
4.4
Fees
3.5
Account opening
5.0
Deposit and withdrawal
4.5
Trading platform
4.1
Markets and products
1.5
Research
4.3
Customer service
4.0
Education
5.0

Trade Nation pros and cons

Trade Nation's account opening is fully digital with no minimum deposit and free withdrawal. Customers have access to excellent research and education tools. Customer support is great.

Trade Nation's product portfolio is slim. There is no live chat, only a chatbot. The desktop trading platform lacks safer login options.

Pros Cons
Free deposit and withdrawal Slim product portfolio
Excellent research and education tools No live chat
Good customer support Desktop platform lacks safer login
Trade Nation main features and highlights
🗺️ Country of regulation UK, Australia, South Africa, Bahamas
💰 Trading fees class Average
💰 Inactivity fee charged No
💰 Withdrawal fee amount $0
💰 Minimum deposit $0
🕖 Time to open an account 1 day
💳 Deposit with bank card Available
👛 Depositing with electronic wallet Available
💱 Number of base currencies supported 8
🎮 Demo account provided Yes
🛍️ Products offered Forex, CFD, Spread betting
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Fees

3.5
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Trade Nation has no inactivity and withdrawal fees and it charges average trading fees.
Pros Cons
No inactivity fee High forex fees
Low stock and index CFD fees Average trading fees
Trade Nation fees snapshot
Assets Fee level Fee terms
S&P 500 CFD Low Individual Account: the fees are built the into the spread; fixed spread cost is in 0.7 pips.
Europe 50 CFD Low Individual Account: the fees are built the into the spread; fixed spread cost is in 0.7 pips.
EURUSD High Individual Account: the fees are built the into the spread; fixed spread cost is in 0.6 pips.
Inactivity fee Low No inactivity fee

How we ranked fees

We ranked Trade Nation's fees as low, average or high based on how they compare to those of all reviewed brokers.

First, let's go over some basic terms related to broker fees. What you need to keep an eye on are trading fees and non-trading fees.

In the sections below, you will find the most relevant fees of Trade Nation for each asset class. For example, in the case of forex and stock index trading the most important fees are spreads, commissions and financing rates.

We also compared Trade Nation's fees with those of two similar brokers we selected, ActivTrades and Spreadex. This selection is based on objective factors such as products offered, client profile, fee structure, etc. See a more detailed rundown of Trade Nation alternatives.

To have a clear overview of Trade Nation, let's start with trading fees.

Trade Nation trading fees

Trade Nation trading fees are average.

We know it's hard to compare trading fees for CFD brokers. So how did we approach the problem of making their fees clear and comparable? We compare brokers by calculating all the fees of a typical trade for selected products.

We have selected popular instruments within each asset class:

  • Stock index CFDs: SPX and EUSTX50
  • Stock CFDs: Apple and Vodafone
  • Forex: EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD, EURCHF and EURGBP

A typical trade means buying a leveraged position, holding it for one week and then selling. In terms of volume, we chose a $2,000 position for the stock index and stock CFDs and $20,000 for the forex transactions. The leverage we used was:

  • 20:1 for stock index CFDs
  • 5:1 for stock CFDs
  • 30:1 for forex

These catch-all benchmark fees include spreads, commissions and financing costs for all brokers. Let's see the verdict for Trade Nation fees.

CFD fees

Trade Nation has generally low CFD trading fees, which are mostly lower than the charges of its competitors.

Trade Nation CFD fees for a $2,000 long position held for one week
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
S&P 500 index CFD fee $1.4 $0.9 $1.8
Europe 50 index CFD fee $1.1 $0.7 $3.2
Apple CFD fee $0.8 $3.2 $7.5
Vodafone CFD fee $3.5 $5.5 $5.8

Forex fees

Trade Nation forex fees are high, surpassing those charged by its competitors.

Trade Nation forex benchmark fees for a $20,000 30:1 long position held for one week
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
EURUSD benchmark fee $13.2 $7.9 $6.7
GBPUSD benchmark fee $11.0 $5.7 $4.8
AUDUSD benchmark fee $11.5 $7.2 $5.3
EURCHF benchmark fee $11.1 $4.8 $4.8
EURGBP benchmark fee $13.4 $9.2 $8.0

Non-trading fees

Trade Nation has low non-trading fees. The company charges no inactivity fee, there is no account fee, and deposit and withdrawal options are also free of charge. Non-trading fees are similar to its competitors.

 

Trade Nation non-trading fees
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
Account fee No No No
Inactivity fee No Yes No
Deposit fee $0 $0 $0
Withdrawal fee $0 $0 $0

Trade Nation review
Account opening

5.0
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The account opening at Trade Nation is fully digital with no minimum deposit. Our account was verified within one business day.
Pros Cons
Fast None
Fully digital
No minimum deposit

Can you open an account?

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Trade Nation accepts clients from all over the world with some exceptions. You can't open an account if you are a resident of the US, Iran, Syria or North Korea.

What is the minimum deposit at Trade Nation?

The required minimum deposit at Trade Nation is $0.

Account types

The broker offers 2 account types, one for retail customers and one for corporate clients. 

  • Individual account
  • Corporate account

How to open your account

Trade Nation's account opening process is easy and fully digital. The online application takes roughly 5 minutes. Our account was approved within 1 business day. 

Follow these five steps to open an individual account at Trade Nation:

  1. Click on 'Join us' in the top right corner of the webpage
  2. Provide some personal information
  3. Verify your email address via the confirmation email
  4. Provide some specific information (i.e. country of residence, level of trading expertise)
  5. Select the account type
  6. Send a copy of your documents via email (in some cases the account is approved automatically.)

Steps for opening a corporate account:

  1. Complete Trade Nation's corporate account application form and return it by email
  2. Complete an online application in the name of the company
  3. Summary of the company's business interests
  4. Formal documentary proof (directors, shareholders)

Enter part of the company name within the "First Name" field and the remainder of the company name within the "Last Name" field.

Make sure you select a different email address and username to any applications that you may have previously made.

Note that all documents provided must be in English and certified translations will be required if the original documents are in another language.

 

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Deposit and withdrawal

4.5
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Trade Nation offers free deposit and withdrawal options by bank transfer, credit card, and electronic wallet. Nevertheless, the account base currency selection covers only a few currencies.
Pros Cons
Credit/Debit card available Few minor account base currency available
Free withdrawal
No deposit fee

Account base currencies

At Trade Nation, the available base currencies are the following:

USD GDP EUR DKK
SEK NOK AUD ZAR

The number of base currencies at Trade Nation is higher than its closest competitors' offering, but average in comparison with all reviewed brokers

Base currencies at Trade Nation vs similar brokers
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
Number of base currencies 8 4 4

If your personal bank account is in a currency other than USD, GDP, EUR, DKK, SEK, NOK, AUD, ZAR, you will be charged a conversion fee.

A convenient way to save on currency conversion fees is by opening a multi-currency bank account at a digital bank. These usually offer bank accounts in several currencies with great currency exchange rates, as well as free or cheap international bank transfers. Opening an account only takes a few minutes on your phone.

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Deposit fees and options

Trade Nation charges no deposit fees. You can deposit funds by bank transfercredit/debit cards, or you can use Skrill as an electronic wallet. Trade Nation's deposit options are similar to its competitors.

Trade Nation deposit options
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
Bank transfer Yes Yes Yes
Credit/debit card Yes Yes Yes
Electronic wallets Yes Yes No

A bank transfer can take several business days, while payment with a credit/debit card is instant.

You can only deposit money from accounts that are in your name.

Trade Nation review - Deposit and withdrawal - Deposit

Trade Nation withdrawal fees and options

Trade Nation charges no withdrawal fees. The minimum withdrawal amount is $50, or 50 units of the account base currency. You can use the same options for withdrawal as for deposit. 

Trade Nation withdrawal fees and options
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
Bank transfer Yes Yes Yes
Credit/debit card Yes Yes Yes
Electronic wallets Yes Yes No
Withdrawal fee $0 $0 $0

How long does it take to withdraw money from Trade Nation? We tested the debit card withdrawal and it took 2-3 business days.

You can only withdraw money to accounts in your name.

How do you withdraw money from Trade Nation?

  • Click on 'Payments' in the right corner
  • Select the account you’d like to withdraw funds from
  • Select withdraw
  • Enter the amount and click on 'Continue'

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Web trading platform

4.5
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CoreTrader2, Trade Nation's own web trading platform, is user-friendly with a good search function and guaranteed stops. On the negative side, it lacks a two-step login.
Pros Cons
User-friendly No two-step (safer) login
Good search function
Guaranteed Stops
Trade Nation platforms to choose from
Trading platform Score Available
Web 4.5 stars Yes
Mobile 4.3 stars Yes
Desktop 3.4 stars Yes

Trade Nation offers the following trading platforms:

  • Trade Nations' own trading platform, called CoreTrader2
  • Third-party platforms: MetaTrader 4

We've tested Trade Nation's own platform for this review.

The web trading platform is available in the following languages:

English Hungarian French German Spanish Danish Slovenian
Swedish Portugese Norsk Catalan Italian Vietnamese  

Look and feel

The web trading platform is user-friendly and simple, you can easily find all the available functions.

Trade Nation review - Web trading platform

Login and security

Trade Nation provides only a one-step login. A two-step authentication would be more secure.

Search functions

The search functions are good. You can search for the name of the asset and there are search categories, too, like forex, bond, energy etc.

Trade Nation review - Web trading platform - Search

Placing orders

You can use the following basic order types:

  • Market
  • Limit
  • Stop-loss
  • Stop limit
  • Trailing stop
  • Guaranteed Stop Loss

What is a Guaranteed Stop Loss Order?

A Guaranteed Stop Loss Order (GSLO) is a tool you can use to limit losses within a trade. By using this tool, you can set a price at which you want to exit the trade – it’s especially useful if you don’t have time to monitor your trade constantly, as the GSLO quits the trade the moment the set price is reached.

Traders can decide to set their GSLO either by percentage or by points:

  • By percentage – Let’s say you didn’t want the price to fluctuate by more than 5% against your trade. You would set a GSLO at a limit of 5% to prevent any possible losses
  • By points – You open a Buy Apple Share trade at 187.76, but you want to protect yourself if the market moves against you, so you enter a GSLO of 187.60 to minimise possible losses

You will be charged for activating the Guaranteed Stop Loss Order as soon as you use it. There are also restrictions on how close you may place a GSLO. For example, in the Wall Street 30 it must be at least 1% of the market price away from the current price.

To get a better understanding of these terms, read our overview of order types.

There is one order time limit you can use:

  • Good 'til canceled (GTC)

There is a 'Hedging' box in the order panel. Checking this box will allow a new “sell” trade NOT to close an open “buy” trade and vice-versa. Without this box checked, the default is for trades in opposite directions to close off against each other. 

Trade Nation review - Web trading platform - Order panel

Alerts and notifications

The trading platform allows users to set price alerts and notifications.

Portfolio and fee reports

Trade Nation has clear portfolio and fee reports. You can see the performance of your portfolio in the following categories:

  • Account Balance
  • Credit Allocation
  • Open Position P/L
  • Account Valuation
  • Current Margin
  • Available Funds
  • % Positions are funded

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Mobile trading platform

4.3
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CoreTrader2, Trade Nation's own mobile trading platform, is user-friendly with good search functions. On the negative side, the platform lacks a safer login.
Pros Cons
User-friendly No two-step (safer) login
Good search function No price alerts
Order confirmation

The mobile trading platform is available only in English.

Look and feel

The Trade Nation web trading platform is user friendly and well designed

Trade Nation review - Mobile trading platform

Login and security

Trade Nation provides only a one-step login for its mobile platform. A two-step authentication would be more secure. Biometric authentication, which is a convenient way to log in, is also available.

Search functions

The search functions are good. You can search for the name of the asset and there are search categories, too, like forex, bond, energy etc.

Trade Nation review - Mobile trading platform - Search

Placing orders

You can use the same order types as on the web platform:

  • Market
  • Limit
  • Stop-loss
  • Stop limit
  • Trailing stop
  • Guaranteed Stop Loss

    Good 'til canceled (GTC) is the only order time limit you can use.
Trade Nation review - Mobile trading platform - Order panel

Alerts and notifications

You cannot set alerts and notifications on the Trade Nation mobile platform.

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Desktop trading platform

3.4
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Trade Nation's desktop trading platform is provided by MetaTrader. The platform is highly customizable with a clear fee report. On the other hand, it lacks a safer login.
Pros Cons
Clear fee report No two-step (safer) login
Good customizability (for charts, workspace) Poor design
Price alerts Search function could be improved

Trade Nation doesn't have an in-house developed desktop trading platform, it uses MetaTrader 4. The platform is available in an exceptionally large number of languages:

Trade Nation desktop trading platform languages

Arabic

Bulgarian

Chinese
(Simplified and Traditional)

Croatian

Czech

Danish

Dutch    

English

Estonian

Farsi

French

German

Greek

Hebrew

Hindi

Hungarian

Indonesian

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Latvian

Lithuanian

Malay

Mongolian

Persian

Polish

Portuguese

Romanian

Russian

Serbian

Slovak

Slovenian

Spanish

Swedish

Tajik

Thai

Turkish

Ukrainian

Uzbek

Vietnamese

   

Look and feel

Trade Nation's desktop trading platform has great customizability. You can easily change the size and the position of the tabs.

However, the platform feels outdated and some features are hard to find. For example, it took some time until we found how to add an asset to the watchlist.

Trade Nation review - Desktop trading platform

Login and security

Trade Nation provides only a one-step login. A two-step authentication would be more secure.

Search functions

The search functions are OK. There are asset categories, which makes it easier to find an instrument. However, we missed the usual search function, where you can enter an asset name manually.

Trade Nation review - Desktop trading platform - Search

Placing orders

You can use the following order types:

  • Market
  • Limit
  • Stop
  • Trailing Stop

There are also order time limits you can use:

  • Good 'til canceled (GTC)
  • Good 'til time (GTT)
Trade Nation review - Desktop trading platform - Order panel

Alerts and notifications

You can set alerts and notifications on the desktop trading platform.

Portfolio and fee reports

Trade Nation has clear portfolio and fee reports. You can easily find reports on your profit-loss balance and the commissions you paid under the 'Account History' tab: right click on one position, then choose 'Save as Detailed Report'.

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Markets and products

1.5
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Trade Nation's products are limited to Spread betting, forex and CFD trades. Popular asset classes, such as real stocks, bonds, mutual funds and options are not available.

Trade Nation is primarily a CFD and forex broker, explaining the lack of other popular asset classes such as real stocks, ETFs, bonds, options or futures. If you're not familiar with CFDs, check out this article.

Disclaimer: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 69.9% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Trade Nation's Stock CFDs and Bond CFDs are similar to its competitors. On the other hand, its currency pairs, stock index CFDs, ETF CFDs and commodity CFDs are considered low compared with similar brokers. It is important to note, that most of its products are Spread betting.

Trade Nation product selection
  Trade Nation ActivTrades Spreadex
Currency pairs (#) 30 48 60
Stock index CFDs (#) 16 27 30
Stock CFDs (#) 1,100 660 3,000
ETF CFDs (#) 17 500 200
Commodity CFDs (#) 9 15 27
Bond CFDs (#) 3 5 6
Cryptos (#) - - -

You can't change leverage levels at Trade Nation, which is a drawback.

Being able to change the leverage manually is a very useful feature when you want to lower the risk of your trade. Always be careful with forex and CFD trading, as preset leverage levels may be too high.

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Research

4.3
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Trade Nation offers quality research tools, including interactive charts, trading ideas and news. On the flip side, there are no fundamental data.
Pros Cons
Good interactive chart No fundamental data available
Quality news flow

Research tools are available on the website and the trading platform.

Trading ideas

Trade Nation provides trading ideas through Signal Centre, which is a leading, award-winning trading signals provider that applies technical analyses to a range of indices, currencies and commodities. What really sets it apart from its competitors is the fact it has FCA authorisation and regulation, confirming that Signal Centre meets all of the organisation’s detailed requirements. To date, this is the only major trading signal provider with FCA authorisation.

Signal Centre offers 2 types of signals:

  • Fundamental
  • Technical

Fundamental: These signals relate to economic and market developments and derive from news stories, events and company announcements.

Technical: These signals are based on historical price movements and chart patterns.

Trade Nation review - Trading ideas

Fundamental data

Trade Nation does not offer fundamental data.

Charting

Trade Nation has good, easy-to-use charting tools with  95 technical indicators.

Trade Nation review - Research - Charting

News feed

Trade Nation offers a news feed provided by Smart News on its mobile and web platform.

Trade Nation review - Research - News feed

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Customer service

4.0
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Trade Nation offers phone, email and chatbot support. Emails are typically answered quickly and the responses are relevant. We missed live chat and 24/7 availability.
Pros Cons
Phone support No live chat
Fast response time No 24/7 support
Email

You can contact Trade Nation via:

  • phone
  • email
  • chatbot

Trade Nations' phone support was fast and we got relevant answers. The agent was helpful, he gave detailed answers to our questions. 

In email, we received relevant answers in a short time.

We did not find the chatbot useful.

We missed 24/7 availability. 

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Education

5.0
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Trade Nation offers great educational content. They provide webinars, quality educational texts and videos. You can test your trading skills with a demo account.
Pros Cons
Trading platform tutorial None
Educational videos
Webinars

At Trade Nation, you can learn in the following ways:

  • Demo account
  • Platform tutorial videos
  • General educational videos
  • Webinars
  • Quality educational articles
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Safety

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Trade Nation is regulated by several financial authorities, including the top-tier FCA. On the downside, financial information related to the broker is not publicly available.
Pros Cons
Majority of clients belong to a top-tier financial authority Not listed on stock exchange
Negative balance protection Financial information is not publicly available

Is Trade Nation regulated?

Yes, it is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), the Financial Sector Conduct Authority Commission (FSCA), and the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB).

Trade Nation is based in UK and was founded in 2014.

Is Trade Nation safe?

To be certain whether a brokerage is safe, we highly advise that you check two facts:

  • how you are protected if something goes wrong
  • the background of the broker

How you are protected

This is important for you because the investor protection amount and the regulator differ based on which entity you belong to. 

Trade Nation investor protection
Country of clients Protection amount Regulator Legal entity
UK £85,000 Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Finsa Europe Ltd
Australia No protection Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) Finsa Pty Ltd
South Africa No protection Financial Sector Conduct Authority Commission (FSCA) Trade Nation Financial (Pty) Ltd
Bahamas No protection Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB) Trade Nation Ltd

Trade Nation provides negative balance protection, depending on your jurisdiction. Having negative balance protection means that if the balance on your account goes into negative territory, you will be protected.

Background

Trade Nation was established in 2014. The longer track record a broker has, the more proof we have that it has successfully survived previous financial crises.

Being regulated by a top-tier authority is a great sign for Trade Nation's safety.

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Bottom line

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All things considered, Trade Nation is a solid CFD/forex broker.

Its main advantages are the fully digital account opening with no minimum deposit and free withdrawal, excellent research and education tools, and superb customer support.

On the downside, its product portfolio is limited to just a few product types, as it offers spread betting, CFDs and forex instruments. There is no live chat, only a chatbot. The broker's trading platforms lack the safer, two-step login.

As trading fees are low and your account will be opened quickly, feel free to try Trade Nation.

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Author of this review

Krisztián Gátonyi

Author of this review

Krisztián has 10+ years of experience in proprietary trading in the interbank currency market as a foreign exchange risk manager. He is interested also in real estate and dividend growth investing. His purpose is to help people find the best investment provider.

Krisztián Gátonyi

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Krisztián has 10+ years of experience in proprietary trading in the interbank currency market as a foreign exchange risk manager. He is interested also in real estate and dividend growth investing. His purpose is to help people find the best investment provider.

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