Pepperstone does not have it’s own app but instead relies on branded versions of the MT4/MT5 and cTrader trading platforms it’s clients use.
Pepperstone Trading App Review
Pepperstone: Good version of the MT4 app for tight spreads on forex and is one of only two brokers to offer spread betting via TradingView in the UK.
- Markets available: 1,200
- Minimum deposit: £1
- Account types: CFDs, spread betting
- Equity overnight financing: 2.5% +/- SONIA
- Pricing: Shares 0.1%, FTSE 1, GBPUSD 0.9
Pepperstone’s version of the MT4 trading app, will connect you to your MT4 account with Pepeprstone but when I tested it the algo and automatic trading functions of the desktop version are not available through the app.
The cTrader Pepperstone App though is feature-rich including, market sentiment, market depth economic calendars, and technical analysis from Autochartist which displays regularly updated trading signals.
There is no stand-alone trading signal feed, but once you are looking at a market, Autochartist will display the most recent signal from 15 minute, 30 minute, 1 hour and 4 hour time frames and automatically display a buy or sell one-click order button based on if it is a long or short signal.
The app also breaks down your trading statistics based on previous trades per asset. So for example, if you are trading a US stock on the app, it will tell you how well you have done in the past with your overall net profit, what commission you have paid, your best and worst trades and how long you generally hold a position in that stock for.
Market access is narrow and pricing is tight.
- Good MT4 indicators for the app
- Tight pricing on the Razor account
- Lots of stocks on the MT4/MT5 trading app
- Spread betting on TradingView
- No proprietary trading app
- Limited range of markets on the app
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