|Smallest possible deposit||50 GBP|
|Smallest possible trade||1 GBP|
|Largest possible trade||5,000 GBP|
|Mobile App available?||Yes|
|Demo Account available?||Yes|
HighLow is an Australian-based online site where you can trade in binary options based on commodities, currency pairs, stocks and other assets. The largest selection of underlying assets is found in the forex section, but HighLow have a lot to offer commodity binary option traders as well.
Examples of the reasons why many commodity binary option traders keep an account with HighLow:
The trading platform is easy to use, with selection tabs located at the top of the trading area. On the left, you’ll see a drop down menu in which you can find underlying assets for binary options, including commodities. Once an underlying asset has been selected, the main price chart area will update automatically. Use the trading buttons to the right to adjust factors such as trade size, direction, etc.
For quick future access, select your most traded assets in the favourite area (below the asset choices).
Many different banking options are accepted by HighLow, such as Neteller, GiroPay, PaySafeCard, Neteller, SoFort, bank transfers, and certain credit cards. All in all, you can chose between over 40 different deposit methods. (The number of methods accepted for withdrawals is lower.)
Minimum deposit is 50 USD.
HighLow is great when it comes to withdrawing money, because they charge no fee for withdrawals and there is no daily limit on withdrawals.
If you want your withdraw processed as quick as possible, ideally use credit cards or Neteller.
HighLow is a broker based in Sydney, Australia and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). Among other things, ASIC requires that HighLow keep all client funds segregated from other funds. All client funds are therefore kept in a separate trust fund and not in standard company accounts. This makes it much safer for the clients in case of corporate bankruptcy or similar. The trust fund is operated by the National Australian Bank (NAB).